Name:    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.

 a. 15 b. 20 c. 25 d. 28

3.

Select the correct missing term in this diagram.

 a. 27 b. 30 c. 18 d. 24

4.

Select the correct missing term in this diagram.

 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 :
 a. 28 b. 48 c. 12 d. 61

8.

Select the correct missing term in the proportion.

 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