Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders) - page 41
What is LCD of the equation of ? ? And what is x?
- If-then equation
If 5x - 17 = -x + 7, then x =
- Family 8
Father is 38 years old, daughter 12, son 14. How many years will father have as many years as his children together?
- Photo enlarge
Mark wants to enlarge a 4-inch by 6-inch photo so that it has a height of 15inches. Use a ratio table to determine the new width of the photo.
- Two cuboids
Find the volume of cuboidal box whose one edge is: a) 1.4m and b) 2.1dm
- Milk bill
Mrs Tara buys 2 liters of milk daily. If 1 liter of milk cost $0.27. What will be her milk bill for 30 days.
Vili ate three pieces of pie . If it piece is 1/8 how much pie did he eat?
A pack of 12 sodas cost 5.04. What is the unit rate in dollars per soda?
- Pie II
Vili ate three pieces of pie. If it pieces is 1/8 how much pie did he eat?
- Write decimals
Write in the decimal system the short and advanced form of these numbers: a) four thousand seventy-nine b) five hundred and one thousand six hundred and ten c) nine million twenty-six
How many liters of water did fell in a 32m long and 8m wide garden, if 8mm of rain fell?
- Bathroom 2
A bathroom is 2.4 meters long and 1.8 meters wide. How many square tiles 1 dm on each side are to be used to cover it?
- Trapezoid ABCD
ABDC is a trapezoid in which AB and CD are parallel sides measuring 6 and 9 respectively. Angles ABC and BCD are both right angles. Find the length of segment BD.
Susan's age will be after 12 years four times as much as twelve years ago. How old is Susan now?
The lesson lasts 45 minutes. For the week, students have 18 lesson hours. How many are the actual hours?
Simplify the following problem and express as a decimal: 5.68-[5-(2.69+5.65-3.89) /0.5]
- Cubes into cuboid
How many 12 centimeter cubes fit into the block (cuboid) with 6dm, 8,4dm and 4,8?
- Warmer weather
This morning it was -6 °C. What temperature did the thermometer show yesterday if it was three times warmer?
- House numbering
The residential house has three entrances numbered even numbers, successive immediately behind. The sum of the two numbers on the outside entrances is 68. Calculate the middle of these three numbers.
What is 1/3 of $821.43?