# Writing Ratios Using Different Notations Online Quiz

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Q 1 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 6 pineapples and 7 oranges. The ratio of oranges to pineapples is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 7 is to 6

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 7:6

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{7}{6}$

Q 2 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 5 dogs and 2 cats. The ratio of dogs to cats is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 5 is to 2

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 5:2

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{5}{2}$

Q 3 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 3 bulls and 5 cows. The ratio of cows to bulls is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 5 is to 3

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 5:3

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{5}{3}$

Q 4 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: A school has 360 students and 23 teachers. The ratio of teachers to students is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 23 is to 360

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 23:360

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{23}{360}$

Q 5 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: January has 31 days and November has 30 days. The ratio of days in November to days in January is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 30 is to 31

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 30:31

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{30}{31}$

Q 6 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: Sarah is 10 years old and Clara is 17 years old. The ratio of Sarah’s age to Clara’s age is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 10 is to 17

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 10:17

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{10}{17}$

Q 7 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 4 triangles and 7 circles. The ratio of triangles to circles is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 4 is to 7

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 4:7

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{4}{7}$

Q 8 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 5 hearts and 9 spades. The ratio of hearts to spades is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 5 is to 9

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 5:9

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{5}{9}$

Q 9 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 3 squares and 7 pentagons. The ratio of pentagons to squares is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 7 is to 3

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 7:3

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{7}{3}$

Q 10 - Write the word notation, number notation and fraction notation for the following ratio: There are 6 boys and 11 girls. The ratio of girls to boys is

### Explanation

Step 1:

The word notation for the given ratio is: 11 is to 6

Step 2:

The number notation for the given ratio is: 11:6

Step 3:

The fraction notation for the given ratio is: $\frac{11}{6}$

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