Direct Proportion Quiz

Direct Proportion Quiz

Did you know that the amount of time studied is directly proportional to the success achieved at examination? Weird eh?! ๐Ÿค” So let’s get studying with this direct proportion quiz.

Each of the 10 questions provided has been written primarily for GCSE students looking to practise pre-assessment but they’re great to try even if this isn’t your course of study.

Answers are given on completion of the Direct Proportion Quiz and you can retake it again if you’d like another bash at the questions.


Let's get started with the Direct Proportion Quiz !

A school buys a pack of 250 pens in bulk for ยฃ15. If it sells them for cost (no profit or loss), how much would 12 pens cost?

To make four gingerbread men, you need 900g of flour. How many gingerbread men can you make if you have 2.025kg of flour?

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When making chocolate chip cookies, the amount of butter, b grams, needed is directly proportional to the number of cookies, c, you want to make. b is given by b = 30c. How much butter do you need to make 20 cookies?

When making chocolate chip cookies, the amount of butter, b grams, needed is directly proportional to the number of cookies, c, you want to make. b is given by b = 30c. How many cookies can you make if you have 1.95kg of butter?

The amount of Euros, e, you get when you exchange an amount of GBP, p, are directly proportional to each other. p is given by p = 21/25e. How much money, in GBP, would you get if you exchanged 120 Euros?

The amount of Euros, e, you get when you exchange an amount of GBP, p, are directly proportional to each other. p is given by p = 21/25e. How much money, in Euros, would you get if you exchanged ยฃ218.40?

Hookeโ€™s Law states that the length, e metres, a spring is extended by is directly proportional to the force, f Newtons, required to do so. If a force of 6N is applied to a spring, it stretches by 30cm. What force would be required to stretch the spring by 50cm?


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