Quantitative Aptitude Ratio & Proportion Quest 3 Quantitative Aptitude – Ratio & Proportion – Questions – 02 Please enter your email: 1. The L.C.M. and H.C.F. of two numbers z and y are l and h respectively. Then : z : h = y : l z : h = l : y z : l = y : h l : h = z : y 2. Two whole numbers whose sum is 72 cannot be in the ratio : 3 : 4 4 : 5 5 : 7 3 : 5 3. The ratio between two numbers is 3 : 4 and their l.c.m. is 180. The first number is : 60 20 45 15 4. A and B together have Rs. 1210 with them. If 4 / 15 of A’s amount is equal to 2 / 5 of B’s amount, how much amount does B have ? Rs. 484 Rs. 550 Rs. 466 Rs. 664 5. The salaries of A, B and C are in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3. The salary of B and C together is Rs. 6000. By what percent is the salary of C more than that of A ? 300% 100% 200% 600% 6. If a carton containing a dozen mirrors is dropped, which of the following cannot be the ratio of broken mirrors to unbroken mirrors ? 2 :1 3 : 2 3 : 1 7 : 5 7. The average age of three boys is 25 years and their ages are in the proportion 3 : 5 : 7. The age of the youngest boy is : 15 years 21 years 9 years 18 years 8. An amount of Rs. 2430 is divided among A, B and C such that if their sharse be reduced by Rs. 5, Rs. 10 and Rs. 15 respectively, thr remainders shall be in the ratio 3 : 4 : 5. The share of B is : Rs. 810 Rs. 800 Rs. 790 Rs. 605 9. Five bananas and four apples cost as much as three bananas seven apples The ratio of the cost of one banana to that of one apple is : 1 : 3 3 : 4 4 : 3 3 : 2 10. The ratio of two numbers is 3 : 4 and their sum is 420. The greater of the two numbers is : 175 315 240 200 Loading … Question 1 of 10 Previous PostQuantitative Aptitude Test 6 Next PostESL EFL Test 378