RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 7 Maths Exercise 8A Chapter 8 Ratio and Proportion

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1. Express each of the following ratios in simplest form:

  1. 24 : 40

    Solution:-

    HCF of 24 and 40 is 8

    ∴ 24: 40 = 24/40

    = (24 ÷ 8) / (40 ÷ 4)

    = 3/5

    = 3:5

    Hence the simplest form of 24:40 is 3:5

  2. 13.5 : 15

    Solution:-

    The given ratio can be written as (13.5/15) = (135/150)

    HCF of 135 and 150 is 15

    ∴ 135: 150 = 135/150

    = (135 ÷ 15)/ (150 ÷ 15)

    = 9/10

    = 9:10

    Hence the simplest form of 135:150 is 9:10

  3. [6(2/3)] : [7(1/2)]

    Solution:-

    First convert the given mixed fraction into improper fraction.

    [6(2/3)]: [7(1/2)] = (20/3): (15/2)

    By cross multiplication, we get,

    = 40:45

    HCF of 40 and 45 is 5

    = (40 ÷ 5) / (45 ÷ 5)

    = (8/9)

    = 8:9

    Hence the simplest form of 40:45 is 8:9

  4. (1/6) : (1/9)

    Solution:-

    By cross multiplication, we get,

    = 9:6

    HCF of 9 and 6 is 3

    = (9 ÷ 3) / (6 ÷ 3)

    = 3/2

    = 3:2

    Hence the simplest form of 9:6 is 3:2

  5. 4 : 5 : (9/2)

    Solution:-

    By cross multiplication above question can be written as,

    = 4: 5: (9/2) = 8: 10: 9

    HCF of 8, 10 and 9 is 1

    ∴ the simplest form of 8, 10 and 9 is 8:10:9

  6. 2.5 : 6.5 : 8

    Solution:-

    The given ratio can be written as 2.5: 6.5: 8 = 25: 65: 80

    HCF of 25, 65 and 80 is 5

    = (25 ÷ 5)/ (65 ÷ 5) / (80 ÷ 5)

    = 5/13/16

    = 5:13:16

    Hence the simplest form of 25:65:80 is 5:13:16

2. Express each of the following ratios in simplest form:

  1. 75 paise : 3 rupees

    Solution:-

    Converting both the given quantities in the same units, we have:

    We know that,

    = 1 rupee = 100paise

    ∴ 3 rupees = 300 paise

    Then,

    = 75:300

    HCF of 75 and 300 is 75

    = (75 ÷ 75) / (300 ÷ 75)

    = 1/4

    = 1paise: 4paise

  2. 1m 5cm : 63cm

    Solution:-

    Converting both the given quantities in the same units, we have:

    We know that,

    = 1m = 100cm

    Then,

    = (1 × 100) cm + 5cm: 63cm

    = 105cm: 63cm

    HCF of 105 and 63 is 21

    = (105 ÷ 21) / (63 ÷ 21)

    = 5/3

    = 5cm: 3cm

  3. 1 hour 5 minutes : 45 minutes

    Solution:-

    Converting both the given quantities in the same units, we have:

    We know that,

    = 1 hour = 60 minutes

    Then,

    = (1 × 60) minutes + 5 minutes: 45 minutes

    = 65 minutes: 45 minutes

    HCF of 65 and 45 is 5

    = (65 ÷ 5) / (45 ÷ 5)

    = 13/9

    = 13minutes: 9minutes

  4. 8months : 1year

    Solution:-

    Converting both the given quantities in the same units, we have:

    We know that,

    = 1 year = 12 months

    Then,

    = 8 months: (1 × 12) months

    = 8: 12

    HCF of 8 and 12 is 4

    = (8 ÷ 4) / (12 ÷ 4)

    = 2/3

    = 2months: 3months

  5. (2kg 250g) : (3kg)

    Solution:-

    Converting both the given quantities in the same units, we have:

    We know that,

    = 1 kg = 1000g

    Then,

    = (2 × 1000) g + 250g: (3 × 1000) g

    = 2250g: 3000g

    HCF of 2250 and 3000 is 750

    = (2250 ÷ 750) / (3000 ÷ 750)

    = (3/4)

    = 3 g: 4g

  6. 1km : 750m

    Solution:-

    Converting both the given quantities in the same units, we have:

    We know that,

    = 1 km = 1000m

    Then,

    = (1 × 1000) m: 750m

    = 1000m: 750m

    HCF of 1000 and 750 is 250

    = (1000 ÷ 250) / (750 ÷ 250)

    = (4/3)

    = 4m: 3m

3. If A: B = 7: 5 and B: C = 9: 14, find A: C.

Solution:-

A: B = 7: 5 and B: C = 9: 14

= (A/B) = (7/5) and (B/C) = (9/14)

= (A/B) × (B/C) = (7/5) × (9/14)

= (A/C) = (9/10)

Hence, A: C = 9:10

4. If A: B = 5: 8 and B: C = 16: 25, find A: C.

Solution:-

A: B = 5: 8 and B: C = 16: 25

= (A/B) = (5/8) and (B/C) = (16/25)

= (A/B) × (B/C) = (5/8) × (16/25)

= (A/C) = (2/5)

Hence, A: C = 2:5

5. If A: B =3: 5 and B: C = 10: 13, find A: B: C.

Solution:-

A: B = 3: 5 and B: C = 10: 13

HCF of 3 and 5 is 1

= (3/5)

Then,

B: C= (10 ÷ 2)/ (13 ÷ 2)

B: C = 5: (13/2)

∴ A: B: C = 3: 5: (13/2)

A: B: C = 6: 10: 13

6. If A: B =5: 6 and B: C = 4: 7, find A: B: C.

Solution:-

A: B = 5: 6 and B: C = 4: 7

HCF of 5 and 6 is 1

= (5/6)

Then,

B: C= (4 × (6/4))/ (7 × (6/4))

B: C = (6 / (21/2))

B: C = 6: (21/2)

∴ A: B: C = 5: 6: (21/2)

A: B: C = 10: 12: 21

7. Divide ₹360 between kunal and Mohit in the ratio 7: 8.

Solution:-

From the question,

Sum of the ratios 7: 8 = 7 + 8 = 15

Total share kunal has = ₹ 360 × (7/15) = ₹168

Total share Mohit has = ₹ 360 × (8/15) = ₹192

8. Divide ₹880 between Rajan and kamal in the ratio (1/5): (1/6)

Solution:-

From the question,

Sum of the ratios (1/5): (1/6)

= (1/5) + (1/6)

= (6 + 5)/30

= 11/30

Total share Rajan has = ₹880 × [(1/5) / (11/30)]

= 880 × [(1/5) × (30/11)]

= 880 × (6/11)

= ₹480

Total share kamal has = ₹880 × [(1/6) / (11/30)]

= 880 × [(1/6) × (30/11)]

= 880 × (5/11)

= ₹400

9. Divide ₹5600 between A, B and C in the ratio 1: 3: 4

Solution:-

From the question,

Sum of the ratios 1: 3: 4 = 1 + 3 + 4 = 8

Total share A has = ₹ 5600 × (1/8) = ₹700

Total share B has = ₹ 5600 × (3/8) = ₹2100

Total share c has = ₹ 5600 × (4/8) = ₹2800

10. What number must be added to each term of the ratio 9: 16 to make the ratio 2: 3?

Solution:-

Let the number be x,

Then the two term becomes,

= (9 + x): (16 + x) = 2: 3

= (9 + x) / (16 + x) = (2/3)

By cross multiplication,

= 3 × (9 + x) = 2 × (16 + x)

= 27 + 3x = 32 + 2x

Transposing 27 to RHS and 2x to LHS

= 3x – 2x = 32 – 27

= x = 5

Hence, the number be added to each of the ratio 9:16 to make the ratio 2: 3 is 5

11. What number must be subtracted from each term of the ratio 17: 33 so that the ratio becomes 7: 15?

Solution:-

Let the number be x,

Then the two term becomes,

= (17 – x): (33 – x) = 7: 15

= (17 – x) / (33 – x) = (7/15)

By cross multiplication,

= 15 × (17 – x) = 7 × (33 – x)

= 255 – 15x = 231 – 7x

Transposing -15x to RHS and 231 to LHS

= 255 – 231 = 15x -7x

= 8x = 24

= x = (24/8)

= x = 3

Hence, the number be subtracted from each term of the ratio 17:33 to make the ratio 7: 15 is 3

12. Two number are in the ratio 7: 11. If 7 is added to each of the numbers, the ratio becomes 2: 3. Find the numbers.

Solution:-

Let the numbers are 7x and 11x,

Then,

= (7x + 7): (11x + 7) = 2: 3

= (7x + 7)/ (11x + 7) = (2/3)

By cross multiplication,

= 3 × (7x + 7) = 2 × (11x + 7)

= 21x + 21 = 22x + 14

Transposing 21x to RHS and 14 to LHS

= 21 – 14 = 22x – 21

= x = 7

Hence the numbers are 7x = 7 × 7 = 49

11x = 11 × 7 =77


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