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i. While comparing two quantities their _________ should be same.

ii. if two ratios are equivalent then the four quantities are said to be in _____________

iii. Product of extremes = product of ______________ in a proportion.

iv. In a proportion a : b : : c : d, d is called the ___________________ proportional.

v. $\text{Profit Percentage} = \frac {profit}{x} \times 100 $ then x is ________

vi. The value of a machine depreciates 20% annually. If its present value is Rs. 20,000, its value after 2 years will be

vii. Percentages related to ____________ fractions are more than 100.

viii. The money that is borrowed is known as ___________________

ix. x% of y is y% of ___________

x. 23% + 47% + __________ = 100%

xi. The ratio 3 : 8 is equal to _____%

xii. 0.05 is equivalent to ___%

True or false:

i. A ratio get changed if both of its terms are multiplied by the same non-zero quantity.

ii. Profit % or Loss % is always calculated on selling price.

iii. The price at which an article is sold is called the cost price.

iv. Percent means thousand.

v. In unitary method, we find the value of many units then find the value of one unit.

vi. 3 : 5 means 60%

vii. The ratio 5 : 12 is greater than 3 : 5

viii. The amount paid on ` P at R% p.a. after T years is PRT/100

ix. S.P. = C.P. + Loss.

x. The ratio 2 : 3 and 3 :2 are equivalent.

xi. 120 % of 50 km is 60 km

xii. 15 kg is 30% of 50 kg

Find the ratio of

a. 2m 7cm : 36cm

b. 3kg 250g : 5kg

Are 25,15,6,5 in proportion ?

In an examination 86% of candidates passed and 70 failed. How many candidates appeared?

Find 10% more than Rs. 90.

x% of 25/2 is 150. What is value of x?

What is the Interest on Rs 12000 for 1 month at the rate of 10 % per annum

What percent of 2/7 is 1/35

If 40% of a no is 256, what is 25% of that number.

1. Per cent is derived from Latin word ‘per centum’ meaning ‘per ____’. 4. The difference SP - CP 5. Amount = Principal + ______ 6. The difference CP - SP Down 2. the ______ must be the same to compare two quantities 3. 1:2 and 2:4 are _____ ratio 4. The money you borrow is known as _____

i. unit

ii. proportion

iii. middle term

iv. Fourth

v. CP

vi. Rs 12000

vii. improper

viii. principal

ix. x

x. 30%

xi. 37.5%

xii 5 %

2.

i. False

ii. false

iii. false

iv. false

v. false

vi. true

vii. false

viii. false

ix false

x. false

xi. True

xii. True

3.

a. 23: 4

b. 13:20

4. Not proprtion

5. 500

6. 99

7. 1200

8. 100

9.10%

10. 160

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a. hundred

b.units

c.equivalent

d. principal, profit

e. interest

f. loss

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