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A Ratio of 1:2 - Some Simple Questions

In this worksheet, students answer questions related to the 1:2 ratio.

'A Ratio of 1:2 - Some Simple Questions' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Ratio and Proportion

Curriculum subtopic:  Solve Ratio Problems

Difficulty level:  

down

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about the ratio 1:2

 

Example

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 18..

 

Answer

Eva has half as many sweets as Dalia.

So Eva has 18 ÷ 2 = 9 sweets

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 

 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

 Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 10.

 

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 22.

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 12 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 5 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 9 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 11 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 24.

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 14.

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 20.

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 4 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .
  • Question 1

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 

 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

 Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 10.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
5
EDDIE SAYS
Eva has half as many sweets as Dalia. So Eva has 10 ÷ 2 = 5 sweets.
  • Question 2

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 22.
CORRECT ANSWER
11
EDDIE SAYS
Eva has half as many sweets as Dalia. So Eva has 22 ÷ 2 = 11 sweets.
  • Question 3

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 12 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .
CORRECT ANSWER
24
EDDIE SAYS
Dalia has twice as many sweets as Eva. So Dalia has 12 x 2 = 24 sweets.
  • Question 4

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 5 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .
CORRECT ANSWER
10
EDDIE SAYS
Dalia has twice as many sweets as Eva. So Dalia has 5 x 2 = 10 sweets.
  • Question 5

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 9 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .
CORRECT ANSWER
18
EDDIE SAYS
Dalia has twice as many sweets as Eva. So Dalia has 9 x 2 = 18 sweets.
  • Question 6

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 11 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .
CORRECT ANSWER
22
EDDIE SAYS
Dalia has twice as many sweets as Eva. So Dalia has 11 x 2 = 22 sweets.
  • Question 7

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 24.
CORRECT ANSWER
12
EDDIE SAYS
Eva has half as many sweets as Dalia. So Eva has 24 ÷ 2 = 12 sweets.
  • Question 8

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 14.
CORRECT ANSWER
7
EDDIE SAYS
Eva has half as many sweets as Dalia. So Eva has 14 ÷ 2 = 7 sweets.
  • Question 9

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every
 
 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 20.
CORRECT ANSWER
10
EDDIE SAYS
Eva has half as many sweets as Dalia. So Eva has 20 ÷ 2 = 10 sweets.
  • Question 10

 

Eva 
sweet sweet sweet

EVA

 

Dalia 
sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet sweet

DALIA

 


 

For every 1 sweet Eva has, Dalia has 2.


For every 3 sweets Eva has, Dalia has 6.

 

Complete:

For every 4 sweets Eva has, Dalia has  
 
 .
CORRECT ANSWER
8
EDDIE SAYS
Dalia has twice as many sweets as Eva. So Dalia has 4 x 2 = 8 sweets.
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