# Solve Three Part Ratio Problems (Word Problems) Quiz

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### #1 of 8:Mild

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>Three numbers are in the ratio of `1 : 2 : 3`. The sum of these three numbers is `18`. </p><p>What is the difference between the largest and the smallest of these numbers?</p>

### #2 of 8:Mild

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>A bakery mixes `4` parts flour, `2` parts sugar and `3` parts oats to make their recipe for oatmeal cookies. Today the baker has used a total of `36` cups of dry ingredients. </p><p>How many total cups of flour and sugar will they need to make the cookies today?</p>

### #3 of 8:Medium

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>When making an order for school supplies, the office secretary ordered pens, pencils, and notebooks in a ratio of `5` to `9` to `3`. She placed an order for `204` items.</p><p> How many more pencils than pens did she order?</p>

### #4 of 8:Medium

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>For her party punch recipe, Vivian will use `7` fluid ounces of cranberry juice, `3` fluid ounces of lemonade concentrate, and `10` fluid ounces of ginger ale. She will be making her punch recipe for a wedding shower she is hosting and will need a total of `340` fluid ounces of punch for all the guests. </p><p>How many total fluid ounces of cranberry juice and ginger ale will she need to purchase to make the punch?</p>

### #5 of 8:Medium

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>Cameron collects rookie cards of sports players from different major league sports. He has cards from football players, basketball players, and baseball players in a ratio of `7` to `4` to `2`. </p><p>If Cameron has `143` cards in total, how many more cards of football players does he have than cards of baseball players?</p>

### #6 of 8:Medium

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>Siobhan is a landscaper and has been hired to make a small floral garden for a client’s backyard. To prepare for the job, she placed an order for daisies, daylilies, and coneflowers in the ratio `3: 4: 7`. She ordered a total of `154` flowers for the garden. </p><p>How many more coneflowers did she order than daylilies?</p>

### #7 of 8:Spicy

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>In Stella’s garden she has `3` rose bushes, `1` pink, `1` yellow, and `1` white. In the last month, the `3` rose bushes have grown in height in a ratio of `5:3:2`. </p><p>If the `3` bushes have grown a total of `35` inches together, how much more did the pink rose grow than the white rose bush? <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer as an exact decimal or simplified mixed number. </highlight></p>

### #8 of 8:Spicy

Solve three part ratio problems (word problems)

<p>Sean, Avery, and Ricky are members of the Environmental Club at school. They are measuring and comparing the number of pounds of trash that each of their families produces in `1` week. Last week, their families produced trash in a ratio of `5:3:2`. All `3` families combined produced a total of `25` pounds of trash.</p><p> How many more pounds of trash did Sean’s family have than Ricky's family? <br><highlight data-color="#666" data-style="italic">Write your answer as an exact decimal or simplified mixed number. </highlight></p>

Three part ratio problems are those kinds of questions where three different quantities are mentioned in a problem sum. They are really easy to solve.  For example, a bag has grapes, apples and pomegranate in the ratio of 4:6:8. Suppose there are 2 apples, calculate the number of pomegranates?

Let a be the number of pomegranates.

Apple/Pomegranate =6/8=2/a

6a=16

a=162

a= 8.

Students should solve this three ratio problem quiz as it will help them to crack the real life situa...

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