Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders) - page 10

  1. Education for free
    skola The Slovakia circulates a lot of myths, particularly ideas about what must be free. For example - education should be free - children of poor parents should know at least read and write. Calculate how much a student would have to pay per hour of teaching,
  2. Acids
    acids 70% acid was make from same acid of two different concentrations. Amount weaker acid to the stronger acid is in ratio 2:1. What was the concentration of the weaker acid, if stronger had 91% concentration?
  3. Warehouses
    sklad To four warehouses is going cement in 25 kg bags. To first one third, to second quarter of the total. The third store got two thirds of the rest, and the last 310 tons came to fourth. How many cement is in all warehouses and how much got every one?
  4. Rhombus angles
    rhombus2 If one angle in the rhombus is 159°, what is it neighboring angle in rhombus?
  5. Tesco Clubcard
    clubcard Bernard got on a quarterly billing vouchers for Tesco ClubCard taking goods worth 2.3 Eur. Calculate how much per month on average in Tesco bought goods. Tesco ClubCard worksfor every Euro spent you get one ClubCard point that will be converted to 1 e
  6. Five girls
    cats_cicky Five girls traveling by bus. Each holds in each hand two baskets. In each basket are four cats. Each cat has three kittens. Two girls exits bus. How many legs are in the bus?
  7. Isosceles triangle
    isosceles-triangle-quilt Calculate the perimeter of isosceles triangle with arm length 26 cm and base length of 21 cm.
  8. BMI index
    man_BMI Calculate BMI (body mass index, an index indicating obesity, overweight, normal weight, underweight) man weighing m = 71 kg and height h = 170 cm. Index is calculated according to equation (formula): ? With BMI index is possible to compare people of diff
  9. Rope
    rope One half of rope use Mam for packaging, half of the rest got son, half of the rest he took father and two fifths of what remained, got daughter. Remained 143 cm of rope. How long was rope at the beginning?
  10. The horses
    kon A couple of horses consume 88 kg of oats for 14 days. How many oats consumed 7 horses at the same consumption for 6 days?
  11. Czech crowns
    penize_5 Oldrich has one crown. Peter has five crowns coin, a two crown coin and a one-crown coin. Radek has twenty-crown banknote, ten banknote and five-crown coin. The boys got one fifty-one crown and one crown coin. How can they share the money fairly when they.
  12. Basements
    Spider-and-Fly In the first basement is more flies than the spiders, the second vice versa. Each basement had spiders and flies together 100 feet. Determine how many could be flies and spiders in the first and second basement. PS. We only need, when you write how many.
  13. Number
    fractions_1 Calculate the integer number which, divided by 34 gives 10 and the rest 25.
  14. Around the flowerbed
    roses Around a rectangular flowerbed with dimensions 5.25 m and 3.5 m are to be planted roses equally spaced so that the roses found in every corner of the flowerbed and consumed them as little as possible. a) At what distance are planted roses? b) How many ros
  15. Elections
    elections The elections attended a total 4818 voters. First day 39 men more than women, the second day 21 women more than men. How many women attended elections?
  16. Rectangular trapezoid
    trapezoids How many inner right angles has a rectangular trapezoid?
  17. Rhombus problem
    privesok-kosostvorec Perimeter of the rhombus is 204 dm and it area is 2244 dm2. Calculate the height of the rhombus.
  18. Potatoes
    potatoes Could 446 tons of potatoes (ρ = 771 kg/m³) fits in a warehouse with a volume of 699 m³ ?
  19. Hurry - rush
    bus_3 At an average speed 7 km/h I will come from the school to the bus stop for 30 minutes. How fast I need to go if I need to get to the bus stop in 21 minutes?
  20. David number
    numbers2_4 Jana and David train the addition of the decimal numbers so that each of them will write a single number and these two numbers then add up. The last example was 11.11. David's number had the same number of digits before the decimal point, the Jane's number

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