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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 situations too. Teachers can share the three number ratio quiz with the students that will help them to understand the topic easily.

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 situations too. Teachers can share the three number ratio quiz with the students that will help them to understand the topic easily.

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

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Grade 6
Ratios And Rates
6.RP.A.3

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