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Lesson 3.1: Using Two-Term Ratios



 1. 

Select the correct missing term in the following sentence.

A number sentence that shows two equivalent ratios or fractions is called a ____________ .
a.
quotient
b.
proportion
c.
reciprocal
d.
ratio
 

 2. 

Select the correct missing term in this diagram.

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a.
15
b.
20
c.
25
d.
28
 

 3. 

Select the correct missing term in this diagram.

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a.
27
b.
30
c.
18
d.
24
 

 4. 

Select the correct missing term in this diagram.

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a.
16
b.
20
c.
27
d.
24
 

 5. 

Select the ratio that is equivalent to the ratio 5 to 9.
a.
25 to 9
b.
5 to 45
c.
10 to 36
d.
25 to 45
 

 6. 

Select the ratio that is equivalent to the ratio 18 : 30.
a.
12 : 18
b.
30 : 50
c.
6 : 5
d.
8 : 15
 

 7. 

Select the correct missing term in the proportion.

                24 : 42 = 16 : mc007-1.jpg
a.
28
b.
48
c.
12
d.
61
 

 8. 

Select the correct missing term in the proportion.

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a.
15
b.
24
c.
45
d.
54
 

 9. 

The ratio of orange juice to lemon-lime soda in a punch is 2 : 3. If a punch contains 6 cups of orange juice, how much lemon-lime soda is needed for the punch?
a.
4 cups
b.
9 cups
c.
6 cups
d.
8 cups
 

 10. 

According to Ryan’s baseball statistics, he hits the ball 4 times for every 7 times he bats. If he bats 21 times during a baseball tournament, how many hits will he make if his statistics remain the same?
a.
8
b.
20
c.
16
d.
12
 



 
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