Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders) - page 43

  1. Breads
    chlieb_2 Several pieces of bread were in the store. Half of them plus a half of bread bought a cookbook. Of the remaining bread, half of it plus half of the bread was bought by Mr. Novák. The last bread was bought by Ms. Small. How many breads were in the store at.
  2. Two brothers
    mapa_ta3_3 The two brothers were to be divided according to the will of land at an area of 1ha 86a 30m2 in a ratio of 5:4. How many will everyone get?
  3. Expression 6
    numbers2_48 Evaluate expression: -6-2(4-8)-9
  4. Thales
    tales Thales is 1 m from the hole. The eyes are 150 cm above the ground and look into the hole with a diameter of 120 cm as shown. Calculate the depth of the hole.
  5. Display case
    vitrinka Place a glass shelf at the height of 1m from the bottom of the display case in the cabinet. How long platter will we place at this height? The display case is a rectangular triangle with 2 m and 2.5 m legs.
  6. Three friends
    gulky_9 Three friends had balls in ratio 2: 7: 4 at the start of the game. Could they have the same number of balls at the end of the game? Write 0, if not, or write the minimum number of balls they had together.
  7. Ounce
    energy_1 749 calories in a 7 - ounce serving . What is the unit rate?
  8. Cents no more
    cent Janko bought pencils for 35 cents each. Neither he nor the salesperson had small coins just a whole € 1 coin. At least how many pencils had to buy to pay for the whole euros?
  9. Simple equation 3
    equilateral_triangle_2 24 = n • 27, solve for n
  10. Hamster cage
    hamster Ryan keeps his hamster cage on his dresser. The area of the top of Ryan's dresser is 1 2\3 as large as the area of the bottom of his hamster cage. The area of the dresser top is 960 square inches. How many square inches of his dresser top are not covered b
  11. Evaluate expression
    mixed_fractions.JPG Evaluate expression using BODMAS rule: 1 1/4+1 1/5÷3/5-5/8
  12. Volume of cube
    cubes2_1 Solve the volume of a cube with width 26cm .
  13. Lcm of three numbers
    prime What is the Lcm of 120 15 and 5
  14. Money 6
    penize_41 Lita had some money. She spent 1/2 of it on a hand bag and 1/3 of the remainder of the blouse. She had 260.00. How much money did she have at start?
  15. 3 children
    cukr_2 3 children had to divide 4 pounds is candy. How much candy did each child get?
  16. The third
    meter_16 The one-third rod is blue, one-half of the rod is red, the rest of the rod is white and measures 8 cm. How long is the whole rod?
  17. Customer
    money_20 A customer purchase three (3) writing pads from a store. She receive k9.70 change from a k10.00 note . How much was it's writing pad cost?
  18. Snowman 3
    snowman_2 During the last winter carnival, the local college students built a 30- foot snowman out of 109 tons of snow. How much snow will be needed to build a 36- foot snowman this year?
  19. Glass panel
    glass_4 A rectangular glass panel with dimensions of 72 cm and 96 cm will cut the glazier on the largest square possible. What is the length of the side of each square? How many squares does the glazier cut?
  20. Class alphabet
    kniha_tridni All 29 pupils in the class are written in a class by alphabet. The number of pupils enrolled before Paul is three times higher than the number of pupils behind him. Calculate how many pupils are enrolled after Paul.

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