Download Homework 1 Name: Chapter 4 Pages 114

Survey
yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Transcript
Homework 1
Name: _____________________________________________ Chapter 4 Pages 114 - 150
Practice 4.1 – Comparing Two Quantities
Write two ratios to compare the quantities.
1)
________________________________
_______________________________
2) Catherine has 23 video game disks and Dylan has 37 video game disks.
________________________________
_______________________________
3) In a school, there are 8 classes in the sixth grade and 7 classes in the seventh grade.
Each class has an equal number of students.
________________________________
_______________________________
Homework 2
State whether each of the following can be expressed as a ratio.
Explain why or why not. (length, capacity, mass)
4) 6 cm and 60 g _______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
5) 54kg and 54 cm ______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
6) 12 g and 45 kg _______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
7) 87 ft and 93 yd _______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
Solve. Show your work.
8) There are 123 students in a drama club. 65 of them are girls.
a) What is the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls?
b) What is the ratio of the number of boys to the total number of students?
9) There are 37 clarinet players and 150 trumpet players who tried out for a music
competition.
a) Find the ratio of the number of clarinet players to the number of trumpet players.
b) Find the ratio of the number of trumpet players to the total number of players.
Homework 3
10) Carl had $43 when he entered the museum gift shop. After spending some money,
he had $18 left.
a) Find the amount of money Carl spent.
b) Find the ratio of the amount of money Carl spent to the amount of money he had
when he entered the gift shop.
11) Kelvin’s monthly allowance is $42 and Mike’s monthly allowance is $63.
How many times Mike’s monthly allowance is Kelvin’s monthly allowance?
12) The ratio of the weight of vegetables sold to the weight of fruits sold is 45 : 144.
a) How many times the weight of vegetables sold is the weight of fruits sold?
b) What fraction of the total weight of vegetables and fruits sold is the weight of
vegetables sold?
Homework 4
13) The ratio of the length to the width of a rectangle is 5 : 2.
a) Express the difference between the length and the width of the rectangle as a fraction
of the length of the rectangle.
b) Express the width of the rectangle as a fraction of the perimeter of the rectangle.
Write a situation that each ratio could represent.
14) 5 : 16
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
15) 98 : 3
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
Homework 5
Practice 4.2 – Equivalent Ratios
Express each ratio in simplest form.
1) 13 : 39
2) 16 : 40
3) 25 : 15
4) 56 : 21
5) 30 : 54
6) 72 : 48
7) 26 cm : 4 m
8) 9 kg : 36 g
9) 35 min : 2 h
State weather each pair of ratios are equivalent. If yes, show/explain why.
10) 11 : 17 and 17: 11
11) 7 : 11 and 21 : 33
12) 15 : 35 and 25 : 45
13) 15 : 20 and 20 : 25
14) 38 : 19 and 2 : 1
15) 12 : 8 and 18 : 12
Homework 6
Find the missing term in each pair of equivalent ratios.
16) 7 : 9 = 49 : ______
17) 12 : 5 = 144 : ______
18) 4 : 15 = 48 : ______
19) 7 : 13 = 77 : ______
20) 45 : 36 = ______ : 12
21) 30 : 48 = ______ : 8
22) 72 : 84 = ______ : 7
23) 121 : 88 = ______ : 8
Find the equivalent ratios.
24) Use multiplication to find three equivalent ratios to 8 : 12.
25) Use division to find all the whole number ratios equivalent to 168 : 56
(There are 7 equivalent ratios using division)
Homework 7
Complete the table.
26) A manufacturer’s instruction states that 3 cups of cleaning agent should be diluted
with 5 cups of water before use.
Amount of Cleaning Agent (cups)
3
Amount of water (cups)
5
9
12
35
Find the missing term in each pair of equivalent ratios.
Hint – Simplify first. (Divide by the GCF, and then multiply by the correct factor)
27) 63 : 27 = 49 : ______
28) 81 : 18 = 36 : ______
29) 24 : 96 = 5 : ______
30) 72 : 24 = 15 : ______
31) 60 : 144 = ______ : 60
32) 125 : 80 = ______ : 48
33) 90 : 15 = ______ : 7
34) 98 : 112 = 63 : ______
45
Homework 8
35) Judy uses 5 ounces of lemonade concentrate for every 9 ounces of orange juice
concentrate to make a fruit punch.
a) Find the ratio of the number of ounces of orange juice concentrate to the
number of ounces of lemonade concentrate she uses.
b) If Judy uses 36 ounces of orange juice concentrate to make the fruit punch,
how many ounces of lemonade concentrate does she use?
c) If Judy uses 45 ounces of lemonade concentrate to make the fruit punch, how
many ounces of orange juice concentrate does she use?
36) In a science experiment, Farah mixed a salt solution and vinegar in the ratio 3 : 7.
a) If she used 262.8 milliliters of salt solution, how much vinegar did she use?
b) If 0.56 liter of vinegar was used, how much salt solution did she use?
Homework 9
37) A fruit seller packs different fruits into baskets of the same size. The ratio of the
weight of bananas to the weight of apples to the weight of pears is the same for all the
baskets. The table shows the different weights of fruits in the baskets. Complete.
Baskets
Bananas
Apples (lbs)
1
6
2
(lbs)
8
3
12
18
Pears (lbs)
15
Practice 4.3 – Real – World Problems: Ratios
Solve. Show your work.
1) A rope is cut into three pieces P, Q, and R. The lengths of the pieces are in the ratio
3 : 5 : 7. If the rope is 33 feet 9 inches long, find the lengths of P, Q, and R.
2) Alice, Bernice, and Cheryl shared some stamps in the ratio 8 : 9 : 18. Alice received
184 stamps. Find the number of stamps that Bernice and Cheryl each received.
Homework 10
3) Alan, Gil, and Deb’s point score in a video game was in the ratio 2 : 3 : 4.
Deb scored 114,400 points.
a) How many points did Gil score?
b) How many points did they score in all?
4) Lara has three cats: Socks, Princess, and Luna. The ratio of Sock’s weight to
Princess’s weight is 4 : 5. The ratio of Princess’s weight to Luna’s weight is 6 : 7. What
is the ratio of Sock’s weight to Luna’s weight?
Homework 11
5) Danny poured 78 liters of water into containers X, Y, and Z. The ratio of the volume
of water in Container X to the volume of water in Container Y is 5 : 2. The ratio of the
volume of water in Container Y to the volume of water in Container Z is 8 : 11.
a) How much water was poured into Container X?
b) How much more water was poured into Container X than Container Z?
6) The ratio of the number of mystery books to the number of science fiction books is 4 :
3. The ratio of the number of science fiction books to the number of biographies is 4 : 5.
If there are 48 science fiction books, find the total number of books.
Homework 12
7) In a music room, the ratio of the number of clarinets to the number of flutes was 3 : 4.
After the school bought another 24 flutes, the ratio became 3 : 8. How many clarinets
were there in the music room?
9) The ratio of the number of men to the number of women on a bus was 2 : 3. At a bus
stop, 4 women got off and the ratio became 4 : 5.
a) How many men were on the bus?
b) How many women were on the bus in the end?
Homework 13
10) The number of chickens to the number of ducks on a farm was 6 : 5. After 63 ducks
were sold, there were 3 times as many chickens as ducks left.
a) How many chickens were there on the farm?
b) How many chickens and ducks were there altogether on the farm in the end?
Document related concepts
no text concepts found