# Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders) - page 42

- 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. - Bicycle gears

The toothed wheel on the bicycle pedal has 40 teeth, the wheel on the rear wheel has only 16 teeth. How many times does the rear wheel turn if the pedals rotate 50 times? - 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. - Breads

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. - Water block

A block with a 50 cm^{2}base is filled with water 5 cm under the edge. How many can sugar cubes with 2 cm edge be thrown into a container that overflow water? - Ľé sweets

There are 20 sweets in the bag. Some are chocolate, other coconuts, and the remaining marzipan. Chocolate is 4 times more than coconut. Marzipan's less than chocolate. How much is in a bag of coconut sweets? - Diamond

The diamond has a circumference of 48cm. Calculate the length of its side in dm. - Unit rate

Find unit rate: 6,840 customers in 45 days - Percentages

What is 1/3 of $821.43? - Display case

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. - Thales

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. - Expression 6

Evaluate expression: -6-2(4-8)-9 - Two brothers

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? - Three friends

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. - Five mechanics

Five mechanics will make a car for some time. How many cars can 30 mechanics produce at the same time? - Cents no more

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? - Ounce

749 calories in a 7 - ounce serving . What is the unit rate? - Hamster cage

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 - Simple equation 3

24 = n • 27, solve for n

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