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Lesson 3.2: Using Ratio Tables



 1. 

Bryan is making pancakes. He needs to mix 175 mL of  water to 250 mL of pancake mix.  How much water will he need if he uses 750 mL of pancake mix?
a.
525 mL
b.
300 mL
c.
350 mL
d.
175 mL
 

 2. 

How much pancake mix will Bryan need if he uses 1050 mL of water?
a.
850 mL
b.
1250 mL
c.
1500 mL
d.
1000 mL
 

 3. 

It takes 40 cups of sap to make 1 cup of maple syrup. How many cups of sap are needed to make 5 cups of maple syrup?
a.
120 cups
b.
400 cups
c.
200 cups
d.
80 cups
 

 4. 

How many cups of maple syrup can you get from 800 cups of sap?
a.
16 cups
b.
20 cups
c.
32 cups
d.
28 cups
 

 5. 

Men
36
B
3
75
Women
A
35
7
C

What is the value of A in the ratio table above?
a.
84
b.
36
c.
72
d.
93
 

 6. 

What is the value of B in the ratio table above?
a.
72
b.
25
c.
15
d.
19
 

 7. 

What is the value of C in the ratio table above?
a.
72
b.
19
c.
224
d.
175
 

 8. 


Red marbles
18
24
L
84
Blue marbles
6
K
3
M

What is the value of K in the ratio table above?
a.
8
b.
9
c.
10
d.
11
 

 9. 

What is the value of L in the ratio table above?
a.
8
b.
9
c.
10
d.
11
 

 10. 

What is the value of M in the ratio table above?
a.
36
b.
16
c.
67
d.
28
 



 
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