RBI Grade B

RBI Grade B

Ratio and proportion is counted as one of the essential chapters in any competitive examination, like SBI PO, SBI Clerk, SEBI, RBI, IBPS. We can see that few questions from this topic have been asked in the past. Questions can be asked as an individual or in the form of Data interpretation. In this article we will discuss the Ratio and Proportion concept so that you can clear your concept in an easy way. Let’s understand Ratio and proportion in detail.

  • Question : 1

    Three numbers A, B and C are in the ratio of 4 : 7 : 9. If sum of these numbers is 300, ratio between the difference of B and A and the  difference of C and B is – 

    Answer: 3:2


  • Question : 2

    If x runs are second by Rohit, y runs by Shreyas and z runs by Virat, then x : y = y : z = 4:3. If total number of runs scored by Rohit, Shreyas and Virat is 518, the find the number of runs scored by Shreyas?  

    Answer: 168


  • Question : 3

    If x runs are second by Rohit, y runs by Shreyas and z runs by Virat, then x : y = y : z = 5:3. If total number of runs scored by Rohit, Shreyas and Virat is 637, the find the number of runs scored by Shreyas?  

    Answer: 195


  • Question : 4

    If x runs are second by Rohit, y runs by Shreyas and z runs by Virat, then x : y = y : z = 7:3. If total number of runs scored by Rohit, Shreyas and Virat is 632, the find the number of runs scored by Shreyas?

    Answer: 168


  • Question : 5

    If x runs are second by Rohit, y runs by Shreyas and z runs by Virat, then x : y = y : z = 3:2. If total number of runs scored by Rohit, Shreyas and Virat is 304, the find the number of runs scored by Shreyas?  

    Answer: 96


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