# Checking and securing finding a fraction of a given amount

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- Q1Match the equivalent ratios.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q2What symbol separates the parts of a ratio? E.g. the mathematical notation for writing 4 to 5.Users enter free textType an Answer30s
- Q3Simplify 24 : 36Users enter free textType an Answer30s
- Q4In a bag there are only triangles and squares. The ratio of triangles to squares is 3 : 1. There are 60 shapes in total. Who correctly worked out the number of squares?Sofia "45 triangles, so there are 15 squares because of the ratio is 4 : 1"Andeep "20 triangles, so there are 40 squares because of the ratio is 4 : 1"Alex "60 triangles, so there are 20 squares because of the ratio is 3 : 1"Laura "180 triangles, so there are 40 squares because of the ratio is 3 : 1"Jun "34 triangles, so there are 26 squares because of the ratio is 4 : 1"30s
- Q5Chocolates in a box either have red or blue wrappers. The ratio of red to blue is 5 : 4. If the difference between the red and blue chocolates is 3, how many chocolates are in the box?Users enter free textType an Answer30s
- Q6Chocolates in a box either have red or blue wrappers. The ratio of red to blue is 3 : 2. Andeep eats 2 blue chocolates and now the ratio is 12 : 7. How many blues were in the box originally?Users enter free textType an Answer30s