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Holiday Treats
and Sweets!:
A Ratio Quiz
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CCSS: RP.6.1, RP.6.2, RP.6.3b
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A Holiday Ratio Quiz!
Answer the following questions and simplify where needed:
1.
At Ellen Elf’s Sweet Shop, there are 50 gumballs, 35 gummies, and 55 chocolate
stars. Write the ratio that compares the number of gumballs to the total number of candies.
___________
2.
Are these ratios equivalent?
8 chocolate cookies for every 12 sugar cookies
4 gingerbreads for every 7 peanut butter butter cookies.
_________________________________
3.
18 out of 24 elves think that Mrs. Claus will not let Santa eat any of the peppermint bark she
made. What is the ratio of elves who think she won’t let him to the elves who think she will?
_____________
4.
Find the ratio of toy reindeer to the total number of toys sold.
___________
5.
Number of
toys sold
3
4
4
1
Mrs. Claus put 6 candy canes, 8 jingle cookies, and 10 gingerbreads on a plate for the elves to
share. What is the ratio of gingerbreads to jingle cookies?
6.
Type of
Stuffed Toy
Puppy
Bunny
Reindeer
Elf
____________
Santa’s team of reindeer traveled 1,200 miles on 40 packages of magic reindeer dust. How
many miles did they travel on just one package (what is the unit rate?)
______________
7.
In two hours, Santa’s elves packed 240 toys into a bag. At this rate, how many toys were
packed per minute (what is the unit rate?)
_______________
8.
By the North Pole, there were 5 gold rings, 7 French hens, 4 turtledoves, 2 pear trees, and 8
partridges. What is the ratio of pear trees to partridges by the North Pole?
_______________
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Answer Key
1.
At Ellen Elf’s Sweet Shop, there are 50 gumballs, 35 gummies, and 55 chocolate
stars. Write the ratio that compares the number of gumballs to the total number of candies.
5:14
2.
Are these ratios equivalent?
8 chocolate cookies for every 12 sugar cookies
4 gingerbreads for every 7 peanut butter butter cookies.
No, not equivalent
3.
18 out of 24 elves think that Mrs. Claus will not let Santa eat any of the peppermint bark she
made. What is the ratio of elves who think she won’t let him to the elves who think she will?
3
3:4 or
4.
4
Find the ratio of toy reindeer to the total number of toys sold.
1:3 or
5.
1
3
Type of
Stuffed Toy
Puppy
Bunny
Reindeer
Elf
Number of
toys sold
3
4
4
1
Mrs. Claus put 6 candy canes, 8 jingle cookies, and 10 gingerbreads on a plate for the elves to
share. What is the ratio of gingerbreads to jingle cookies?
5
5:4 or
6.
4
Santa’s team of reindeer traveled 1,200 miles on 40 packets of magic reindeer dust. How
many miles did they travel on just one packet. (what is the unit rate?)
30 miles
7.
In two hours, Santa’s elves packed 240 toys into a bag. At this rate, how many toys were
packed per minute (what is the unit rate?)
2 toys per minute
8.
By the North Pole, there were 5 gold rings, 7 French hens, 4 turtledoves, 2 pear trees, and 8
partridges. What is the ratio of pear trees to partridges by the North Pole?
1:4 or
1
4
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Name: ____________________________________
Date: _____________
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