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Ratio & Proportion : Part - I (in Hindi)
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Class - I of Ratio & Proportion.

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Aashish Arora
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  1. Ratio & Proportion: Moderate Level Questions By: Aashish Arora Educator Unacademy


  2. About me: Aashish Arora (love to read.) . B.Sc. From KU Pursuing Masters. .Teaching is passion. (4 years' exp.) . Got full marks thrice in Quant and Reas. Cleared SSC and IBPS Exams. . Preparing for UPSC 2019. UPSC Yunacademy


  3. Part I


  4. Target Audience VIBPS RRB Assistant Aspirants. VIBPS RRB Officer Aspirants. VIBPS PO Aspirants. VIBPS Clerk Aspirants. VSBI Clerk Aspirants. VSBI PO Aspirants. VRBI Assistant Aspirants.


  5. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buy the chocolate then shopkeeper gave rest of the money in the denominations of 50 paise, 1 rupee, and 2 rupees. If the ratio of the number of coins is 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is the price of the chocolate? 1. 4 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined


  6. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buythe cha etate-t the denomi of coinss 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is 1.4C 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined r gave rest of the money in of 50 paise rupee, and 2 rupee . If the ratio of the number of the chocolate?


  7. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buythe cha etate-t the denomi of coinss 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is 1.4C 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined r gave rest of the money in of 50 paise rupee, and 2 rupee . If the ratio of the number of the chocolate?


  8. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buythe cha etate-t the denomi of coinss 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is 1.4C 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined r gave rest of the money in of 50 paise rupee, and 2 rupee . If the ratio of the number of the chocolate?


  9. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buythe cha etate-t the denomi of coinss 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is 1.4C 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined r gave rest of the money in of 50 paise rupee, and 2 rupee . If the ratio of the number of the chocolate?


  10. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buythe cha etate-t the denomi of coinss 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is 1.4C 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined r gave rest of the money in of 50 paise rupee, and 2 rupee . If the ratio of the number of the chocolate?


  11. Ques. Raman went to buy a chocolate worth Rs. x. He gave Rs.10 rupee note to the shopkeeper to buythe cha etate-t the denomi of coinss 4:2:1 respectively. Then what is 1.4C 2. 5 3. 6 4.7 5. Cannot be determined r gave rest of the money in of 50 paise rupee, and 2 rupee . If the ratio of the number of the chocolate?


  12. Ques. In a family, there are n' persons. The expenditure of rice per month is directly proportional to 4 times the square of the number of persons of the family. If one of them left the family there was a decrease in consumption of 28Kg rice per month. Then initially how many persons were in the family? 1. 3 2. 4 3. 5 4. 6 5. 7


  13. Ques. In a family, there are n' persons. The expenditure of rice per month is directly proportional to 4 times the square of the number of persons of the family. If one of them left the family there was a decrease in consumption of 28Kg rice per month. Then initially how many persons were in the family? 1. 3 2. 4 3. 5 4. 6 5. 7


  14. Ques. In a family, there are 'n' persons. The expenditure of rice per month is directly proportional to 4 times the square of the number of persons of the family. If one of them left the family there was a decrease in consumption of 28Kg rice per month. Then initially how many persons were in the family? 1. 3 2. 4 3. 5 4. 6 5. 7


  15. Ques. In a family, there are n' persons. The expenditure of rice per month is directly proportional to 4 times the square of the number of persons of the family. If one of them left the family there was a decrease in consumption of 28Kg rice per month. Then initially how many persons were in the family? 1. 3 2. 4 3. 5 4. 6 5. 7


  16. Ques. In a family, there are 'n' persons. The expenditure of rice per month is directly proportional to 4 times the square of the number of persons of the family. If one of them left the family there was a decrease in consumption of 28Kg rice per month. Then initially how many persons were in the family? 1. 3 2. 4 3. 5 4. 6 5. 7 2 16-9


  17. Ques. Three Rabbits A, B, and C move in such a way that when A takes 7 steps, B takes 8 steps and C takes 9 steps. But 4 steps of A are equal to 5 steps of B and 6 steps of C. What is the ratio of their speeds? 1. 28:40:54 3. 35:32:30 4. 30:32:35 5. None


  18. Ques. Three Rabbits A, B, and C move in such a way that when A takes 7 steps, B takes 8 steps and C takes 9 steps. But 4 steps of A are equal to 5 steps of B and 6 steps of C. What is the ratio of their speeds? 1. 28:40:54 3. 35:32:30 4. 30:32:35 5. None


  19. Ques. Ananya bought 108 Bangles. While carrying she slipped the bangles down. By this, some them were broken. What cannot be the ratio of broken and unbroken bangles? 1. 1:2 2. 4:3 3. 7:5 5. 13:5


  20. Ques. Ananya bought 108 Bangles. While carrying she slipped the bangles down. By this, some them were broken. What cannot be the ratio of broken and unbroken bangles? 1. 1:2 2. 4:3 3. 7:5 5. 13:5


  21. Ques. Ananya bought 108 Bangles. While carrying she slipped the bangles down. By this, some them were broken. What cannot be the ratio of broken and unbroken bangles? 1. 1:2 2. 4:3 3. 7:5 lo 8 3 5. 13:5


  22. Ques. Ananya bought 108 Bangles. While carrying she slipped the bangles down. By this, some them were broken. What cannot be the ratio of broken and unbroken bangles? 1. 1:2 2. 4:3 5. 13:5 y