# Ratio - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

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- Mixing paint with water

Mr. Adamek will paint. The purchased paint is diluted with water in a ratio of 1: 1.5. a) how many parts of water will add to 1 part of the paint b) how many liters of water the mission adds to 2 liters of paint - The angles ratio

The angles in the ABC triangle are in the ratio 1: 2: 3. find the sizes of the angles and determine what kind of a triangle it is. - Two villages

On the map with a scale of 1:40000 are drawn two villages actually 16 km away. What is their distance on the map? - The perimeter 3

The perimeter of a rectangle is 35 cm. The ratio of the length to its width is 3:2. Calculate the dimensions of the rectangle - Geometric plan

At what scale the building plan if one side of the building is 45m long and 12mm long on a plan? - Barter

There is exchange trade on the market. We know that for two sheepskins we get three goat skins. We also know that for six rabbits skins we get four goat skins. How many rabbit's skins we get for four sheepskins? - Area of rectangle

How many times will increase the area of the rectangle, if we increase twice the length and at the same time we decrease the width by the half? - Five mechanics

Five mechanics will make a car for some time. How many cars can 30 mechanics produce at the same time? - Temperature 5

Temperature outside starts at 0 Fahrenheit. Over time the temperature changes at a rate of -0.6 Fahrenheit per hour. How long will it take for the temperature to reach -4.5 Fahrenheit? - Land area 2

A land area was divided among the three heirs in the ratio 5:2:4. If the largest share was 20 hectares of land, what is the total area of land? Please show your solution and what kind of proportion is this please - Three friends

Three friends had balls in ratio 2: 7: 4 at the start of the game. Could they have the same number of balls at the end of the game? Write 0, if not, or write the minimum number of balls they had together. - Scale of plan

On the plan of the village in the scale of 1: 1000 a rectangular garden is drawn. Its dimensions on the plan are 25mm and 28mm. Determine the area of the garden in ares. - Two brothers

The two brothers were to be divided according to the will of land at an area of 1ha 86a 30m2 in a ratio of 5:4. How many will everyone get? - Building

At the building, we divided 240 boards into two piles in a 5: 3 ratio. How many were fewer boards in the lower pile? - Andre

Andre, Thomas, and Ivan split 88 postage stamps in a 2:5:4 ratio. How much did Thomas get? - Babysitting

The amount that Susan charges per hour for babysitting are directly proportional to the number of children she is watching. She charges $4.50 for 3 kids. How much would she charge to babysit 5 kids? - Scale of the map

The distance between two cities is actually 30 km and the map is 6 cm. What is the scale of the map? - Garden

The rectangular garden has dimensions of 27 m and 30 m. Peter and Katka split it in a ratio of 4:5. How many square meters did Katkin measure part of the garden? - Pamela

Lara Pamela spends her salary of 3000 for food, clothing, recreation and savings, which are in the ratio of 48:20:15:37, respectively. How much does he spend for savings? - Kilo candy

One kilogram of chocolate candy cost 10 euros. Kate buys 250 grams and had the 8 pack of candy. How much does cost one bonbon?

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