# Simple proportion - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 118

• Clothes 4
If the cost of 16.5 metres of cloth is ₹2,062.50 then find the cost of 24.75 metres of clothes
• Petrol as fuel
A car can travel 480 miles on a full tank of petrol. The tank holds 60 litres. The fuel gauge shows there are 15 litres left in the tank. How many more miles can the car travel before it runs out of petrol?
• Big school kitchen
If 250 learners can be fed by 75kg. How many kg can 600 learners can be fed?
• Part-timers
Six part-timers would take seven hours to pick strawberries. How long would this work take if two more temporary workers were added after three hours?
• Feed to hay
How many tons of water do we have to dehydrate from 8 tons of feed, if the original moisture is 54 percent, to get hay with a moisture content of 15 percent? Round to two decimal places.
• Deadline
Five equally skilled masons built half the wall in 14 days. In order to meet the planned deadline, the remaining part must be built in 6 days. How many more masons need to be allocated for construction?
• Three
Three pavers will pave the sidewalk in 4 days. How long does it take for two tiles to pave the same sidewalk?
• Mushroom risotto
630g of rice is needed to prepare mushroom risotto for four people. How many boxes of 500g rice do you have to buy to prepare risotto for 17 people?
• 15% of
15% of the revenue from sales was CZK 24,000 and it had to be written off as sales tax. What was the net profit on sales?
• Proportional relationship
The ordered pairs (6,24) and (1, s) represent a proportional relationship. Find the value of s.
• Coke and coal
20.1 tons of coke is produced from 30 tons of black coal. How much coke is made from 1 kilogram of coal?
• Book reading
Susan thought, "If I read 15 pages a day, I will read the whole book in 8 days. “How many pages would she have to read a day if she wanted to finish the book on the 6th day from the start of reading? And how many pages does the book have?
• Mr. Ben
Mr. Ben drives bricks to the construction site. If he drove three times a day, he would make bricks in 8 days. How many times a day would he go every day to be done 2 days earlier?
• Everyone drinks the same
24 bricklayers drink 72 beverage bottles a day at the construction site. How many bottles would 19 bricklayers need? Everyone drinks the same.
• Vertical rod
The vertical one-meter-long rod casts a shadow 150 cm long. Calculate the height of a column whose shadow is 36 m long at the same time.
• The straight
The straight path rises by 72 cm every 3 m of its length. How many meters will it climb to 350 m?
• Gears
The front gear on the bike has 32 teeth and the rear, on the wheel, has 12 teeth. How many times does the bike's rear-wheel turn if you turn the right pedal 30 times? What distance will you go if the circumference of the bicycle wheel is 250 cm?
• Olive seeds
5 kg of oil is pressed from 100 kg of seeds. How many kgs of seeds do we need to produce 85 kg of oil?
• Poplar shadow
The nine-meter poplar casts a shadow 16.2 m long. How long does a shadow cast by Peter at the same time, if it is 1.4 m high?
• A family
A family of four consumes 220 liters of water a day. How many hectoliters of water are consumed by 68 tenants per day?

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