Ratio and Proportion Class- 7th RS Aggarwal Exe-7 B Goyal Brothers ICSE Maths Solution

Ratio and Proportion Class- 7th RS Aggarwal Exe-7 B Goyal Brothers ICSE Math Solution . We provide step by step Solutions of lesson-7 Ratio and Proportion for ICSE Class-7 Foundation RS Aggarwal Mathematics of Goyal Brothers Prakashan . Our Solutions contain all type Questions of Exe-7 B to develop skill and confidence. Visit official Website CISCE for detail information about ICSE Board Class-7 Mathematics. What is the example of proportion? What is proportion called? What is a proportion answer? What is a proportion in math formula.

Ratio and Proportion Class- 7th RS Aggarwal Exe-7 B Goyal Brothers ICSE Maths Solution

Ratio and Proportion Class- 7th RS Aggarwal Exe-7 B Goyal Brothers ICSE Maths Solution

Board ICSE
Publications Goyal brothers Prakashan
Subject Maths
Class 7th
Chapter-7 Ratio and Proportion
Writer RS Aggrawal
Book Name Foundation
Topics Solution of Exe-7 B
Academic Session 2023 – 2024

What is the example of proportion?

In the first century, a Roman architect named Vitruvius studied proportion. He believed that the human body was aesthetically, the best example of proportion.

What is proportion called?

Proportion, in general, is referred to as a part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole. Proportion definition says that when two ratio are equivalent, they are in proportion. It is an equation or statement used to depict that two ratios or fractions are equal.

What is a proportion answer?

If two or more ratios are equal, then it is said to be in proportion. The proportion can be represented in two different ways. Either it can be represented using an equal sign or by using a colon symbol.( i.e) a:b = c:d or a:b :: c:d.

What is a proportion formula?

A proportion is an equation in which two ratios are set equal to each other. For example, if there is 1 boy and 3 girls you could write the ratio as: 1 : 3 (for every one boy there are 3 girls) 1 / 4 are boys and 3 / 4 are girls.

Exercise – 7 B

Ratio and Proportion Class- 7th RS Aggarwal Goyal Brothers ICSE Maths Solution

1. Which of the following statements are true ?

(i) 51 : 68 = 85 : 102

Solution: 51 : 68 = 85 : 102

(51/68) = (85/102)

51 × 102 = 85 × 68

5508 = 5780

This statement is not true.

(ii) 1.5 : 2.5 = 3.6 : 6

Solution: 1.5 : 2.5 = 3.6 : 6

(1.5/2.5) = (3.6/6)

1.5 × 6 = 3.6 × 2.5

9.0 = 9.00

Hence this statement is true.

(iii) 30 bags : 18 bags = ₹ 450 : ₹270 

Solution: 30 bags : 18 bags = ₹ 450 : ₹270

(30/18) = (450/270)

30 × 270 = 18 × 450

8100 = 8100

(iv) 32 kg : ₹36 = 8 kg : ₹9

[Hint : Ratio exists between quantities of some kind.]

Solution: 32 kg : ₹36 = 8 kg : ₹9

This statement is false because 32 kg and 8 kg are not same.

8 kg and 9 kg are not of same

2. Check whether the following numbers are in proportion or not :

(i) 30, 40, 45, 60

Solution: 30, 40, 45, 60

Will be proportional

30 × 60 = 40 × 45

1800 = 1800

This is true.

(ii) 2, 2(1/2), 3, 3(1/2)

Solution: 2, 2(1/2), 3, 3(1/2)

Will be proportional

2 × 3(1/2) = 3 × 2(1/2)

2, 2(1/2), 3(1/2) will not in proportional

(iii) 0.8, 3, 2.4, 9

Solution: 0.8, 3, 2.4, 9

Will be proportional

0.8 × 9 = 3 × 2.4

7.2 = 7.2

Hence this is true

So 0.8, 3, 2.4, 9 are proportional

(iv) (1/5), (1/8), (1/4), (1/10)

Solution: (1/5), (1/8), (1/4), (1/10)

Will be proportional

if (1/5) × (1/10) = (1/8) × (1/4)

(1/50) = (1/32) is not true

(1/5), (1/8), (1/4) and (1/10) are not in proportional.

(v) (1/2), (1/5), (1/6), (1/15)

Solution: (1/2), (1/5), (1/6), (1/15)

Will be proportional

if (1/2) × (1/15) = (1/5) × (1/6)

(1/60) = (1/30) is not true.

(1/2), (1/5), (1/6), (1/15) are not is proportional.

3. Find the value of x in each of the following :

(i) 42 : 12 : : 7 : x

Solution: 42 : 12 : : 7 : x

= 14 × x

= 7 × 12

⇒ x = (7 × 12)/42

⇒ x = 2

(ii) 1.8 : x : : 2.4 : 6.0

Solution: 1.8 : x : : 2.4 : 6.0

= x × 2.4

= 1.8 × 6.0

⇒ x = (1.8 × 6.0)/2.4

⇒ x = (18 × 6 × 10)/10 × 24

⇒ x = (9/2)

⇒ x = 4.5

(iii) 6 : 0.8 : : x : 10

Solution: 6 : 0.8 : : x : 10

(6/0.8) = (x/10)

(x/10) = (6/0.8)

⇒ x = (6/0.8) × 10

⇒ x = (6/8) × 10 × 10

⇒ x = 3 × 5 × 5

⇒ x = 75

(iv) x : 1.6 : : 2.1 : 8.4

Solution: x : 1.6 : : 2.1 : 8.4

(x/1.6) = (2.1/8.4)

= (x × 8.4)

= (1.6 × 2.1)

⇒ x = (2.1/8.4) × 1.6

⇒ x = (21/84) × 16

⇒ x = (4/10)

⇒ x = 0.4

(v) (1/9) : x : : (1/3) : (1/4)

Solution: (1/9) : x : : (1/3) : (1/4)

= (1/9 × x)

= (1 × 4)/(3 × 1)

⇒ 9x = (3/4)

⇒ x = (3/4 × 9)

⇒ x = (1/12)

(vi) 16 : x : : x : 25

Solution: 16 : x : : x : 25

= x × x

= 16 × 25

⇒ x² = 400

⇒ (20)²

⇒ x = 20

4. Find the fourth proportional to :

(i) 4, 9, 32

Solution: 4, 9, 32

Let x the fourth proportional then 4 : 9 : : 32 : x

product of extremes = product of means

4 × x = 9 × 32

x = (9 × 32)/4

x = 72

The fourth proportional will be 72.

(ii) 15, 6, 7

Solution: 15, 6, 7

Let x the fourth proportional then 15 : 6 : : 7 : x

product of extremes = product of means

15 × x = 6 × 7

x = (6 × 7)/15

x = (14/5)

x = 2.8

The fourth proportional will be 2.8.

(iii) 0.6, 1.5, 3

Solution: 0.6, 1.5, 3

Let x the fourth proportional then 0.6 : 1.5 : : 3 : x

product of extremes = product of means

0.6 × x = 3 × 1.5

x = (3 × 1.5)/0.6

x = (3 × 15)/6

x = (15/2)

x = 7.5

The fourth proportional will be 7.5.

(iv) (1/3), (2/5), 6

Solution: (1/3), (2/5), 6

Let x the fourth proportional then (1/3) : (2/5) : : 6 : x

product of extremes = product of means

(1/3) × x = (2/5) × 6

x = (2/5) × 6 × (1/3)

x = (36/5)

x = 7.2

The fourth proportional will be 7.2.

(v) 2(1/2), 2(6/7), 3(1/2)

Solution: 2(1/2), 2(6/7), 3(1/2)

⇒ (5/2), (20/7), (7/2)

Let x the fourth proportional then (5/2) : (20/7) : : (7/2) : x

product of extremes = product of means

(5/2) × x = (20/7) × (7/2)

x = (20/7) × (7/2) × (5/2)

x = 4

The fourth proportional will be 4.

(vi) 3 hrs 12 min, 24 min, 1 m 68 cm

Solution: 3 hrs 12 min, 24 min, 1 m 68 cm

Let x the fourth proportional then 3 hrs 12 min : 24 min : : 1 m 68 cm : x

(3 hrs 12 min)/(24 min) = (1 m 68 cm)/x

(3 × 60 + 12)min/(24 min) = (100 + 68)cm/x

(192/24) = (168/x)

x = (168 × 24)cm/192

x = 12

The fourth proportional will be 12.

5. Find the mean proportion between :

(i) 81 and 121

Solution: 81 and 121

Let the means proportional be x then 81 : x : : x : 121

Means proportional of 81 and 121

x² = 81 × 121

= (9 × 11)²

x = 9 × 11

x = 99

∴ Means proportional = 99

(ii) 1.8 and 0.2

Solution: 1.8 and 0.2

Means proportion between 1.8 and 0.2

= √(1.8 × 0.2)

= √(0.36)

= √(0.6)

(iii) (2/3) and (8/27)

Solution: (2/3) and (8/27)

Means proportion between (2/3) and (8/27)

= √(2/3) × (8/27)

= √(16/81)

= (4/9)

(iv) 0.32 and 0.08

Solution: 0.32 and 0.08

Let the means proportional be x then 0.32 : x : : x : 0.08

= x²

= 0.32 × 0.08

= 0.0256 = (0.16)²

x = 0.16

Means proportional = 0.16

(v) (1/25) and (1/16)

Solution: (1/25) and (1/16)

Let the means proportional be x then (1/25) : x : :  x : (1/16)

(192/24) = (168/x)

x = (168 × 24)/192

x = 21 cm

The fourth proportional will be 21 cm.

6. Find the third proportional to :

(i) 36, 12

Solution: 36, 12

Let x be the third proportional then 36 : 12 :: 12 : x

product of extremes = product of means

36 × x = 12 × 12

x = (12 × 12)/36

x = 4

The third proportional will be 4.

(ii) 1.2, 0.6

Solution: 1.2, 0.6

Let x be the third proportional then 1.2 : 0.6 :: 0.6 : x

product of extremes = product of means

1.2 × x = 0.6 × 0.6

x = (0.6 × 0.6)/1.2

x = 0.3

The third proportional will be 0.3.

(iii) (1/9), (2/3)

Solution: (1/9), (2/3)

Let x be the third proportional then (1/9) : (2/3) :: (2/3) : x

product of extremes = product of means

(1/9) × x = (2/3) × (2/3)

x = (4/9) × 9

x = 4

The third proportional will be 4.

(iv) 1 m 60 cm, 40 cm

Solution: 1 m 60 cm, 40 cm

Let x be the third proportional then 1 m 60 cm : 40 cm :: 40 cm : x

160 cm : 40 cm :: 40 cm : x

product of extremes = product of means

160 cm × x = 40 cm × 40 cm

x = (40 cm × 40 cm)/160 cm

x = 1o cm

The third proportional will be 10 cm.

(v) 1 kg 250 g, 500 g

Solution: 1 kg 250 g, 500 g

Let x be the third proportional then 1 kg 250 g : 500 g :: 500 g : x

1250 g : 500 g :: 500 g : x

product of extremes = product of means

1250 g × x = 500 g × 500 g

x = (500 g/500 g) × 1250 g

x = 200 g

The third proportional will be 200 g.

(vi) ₹ 2.40, ₹4.80

Solution: ₹ 2.40, ₹4.80

Let x be the third proportional then ₹ 2.40 : ₹4.80 :: ₹4.80 : x

product of extremes = product of means

₹ 2.40 × x = ₹4.80 × ₹4.80

x = (₹4.80/₹4.80) × ₹ 2.40

x = 9.60

The third proportional will be ₹ 9.60.

7. Show that 6, 36, 216 are in continued proportion.

[Hint : Show that 6 : 36 : : 36 : 216.]

Solution: 6 : 36 : : 36 : 216

product of extremes = product of means

6 × 216 = 36 × 36

x = 1296

The given sum is in continued proportion.

8. If 8 pens cost ₹ 356, what is the cost of 14 pens?

Solution: Cost of pens = ₹ 356

Let cost of 14 pens = ₹ x

8 : 356 : : 14 : x

x × 8 = 356 × 14

x = (356 × 14)/8

x = 89 × 7

x = 623

The cost of 14 pens = ₹ 623

9. A uniform iron bar of length 7 m weighs 22.4 kg. How much does the same bar of length 13 m weigh ?

[Hint : 7 : 13 : : 22.4 : x.]

Solution: Let the weigh of 13 m length bar = x kg then

7 : 13 : : 22.4 : x

product of extremes = product of means

7 × x = 13 × 22.4

x = (13 × 22.4)/7

x = 13 × 3.2

x = 41.6

The weigh of 13 m length bar = 41.6 kg

10. A distance of 68 km is represented on a map by 1.7 cm. What distance is represented by 8.5 cm on the same map ?

[Hint : 68 : x : : 1.7 : 8.5]

Solution: Let the weigh of 8.5 m length bar = x kg then

68 : x : : 1.7 : 8.5

product of extremes = product of means

68 × 8.5 = x × 1.7

x × 1.7 = 68 × 8.5

x = (68 × 8.5)/1.7

x = 68 × 5

x = 340

The distance of 8.5 cm 0n a map represent = 340 kg

11. A bus is running at a uniform speed. It covers a distance of 435 km in 6 hours. How much distance will it cover in 8 hours ?

Solution: A bus covers 435 km in 6 hours

let it will cover x km in 8 hours

6 : 435 : : 8 : x

6 × x = 435 × 8

x = (435 × 8)/6

x = 145 × 4

x = 580

In 8 hours bus will cover 580 km.

12. If 15 men can dig a trench 35 m long in 1 day, then how many men can dig a similar trench 84 m long in 1 day ?

Solution: 15 men can dig a trench in 1 day = 35 m long

Let 84 m long trench in 1 day will be dig by x men

35 : 15 : : 84 : x

35 × x = 15 × 84

x = (15 × 84)/ 35

x = 3 × 12

x = 36

36 men can dig the trench

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