# Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders) - page 48

- Scale of the map

The distance between two cities is actually 30 km and the map is 6 cm. What is the scale of the map? - Guppies

Audrey has some guppies in a fish tank. The ration of the oranges guppies to silver guppies is 3:5. She has 12y oranges guppies. Write the number of silver guppies she has in terms of y - Two bricks

One brick weighs 1kg and half a brick, how many weigh two bricks? - Crates 2

One crate will hold 50 oranges. If Bob needs to ship 932 oranges, how many crates will he need? - Pexeso

Drawing paper has dimensions of 60cm and 840mm. Pupils have to divide it into squares so that they can make a pexeso. What dimension must squares have if their side is to be larger than 3cm and less than 10cm? - Prime factors

Write 98 as product of prime factors - Volume of cone

Find the volume of a right circular cone-shaped building with a height of 9 cm and a radius base of 7 cm. - Curved surface area CSA

A cylinder 5cm high has a base radius(7/2) cm. Calculate the curved surface area. - Mixed2improper

Write the mixed number as an improper fraction. 166 2/3 - Sum of fractions

What is the sum of 2/3+3/5? - Sewing

The lady cut off one half of cloth. She needed three-quarters of this piece to sew a skirt. What part of the original piece of cloth still remained? - If one

If one litre of pant covers an area of 5 m^{2}how much paint is needed to cover: a) rectangular swimming pool With dimensions 4m x 3m x 2.5m (the Inside walls and the floor only) b) the Inside walls and floor of a cylindrical reservoir with diameter 3m and - Railroad

The railroad runs parallel to the railway. The train travels at 36 km/h on track. In the opposite direction, the motorcycle rides at 90 km/h. The train passes in 3 seconds. How long is a train? - Rectangles

How many different rectangles with sides integers (in mm) have a circumference exactly 1000 cm? - The cube

The cube has an edge of 25 cm. We cut it into small cubes of 5 cm long side. How many of these little ones left when we build a new cube of 20 cm in length? - Simple equation 5

Solve equation with fractions: X × 3/8 = 1/2 - Square into three rectangles

Divide the square with a side length of 12 cm into three rectangles with have the same circumference so that these circumferences are as small as possible. - Clothes

Danka and Janka collect clothes. Danka had 9 more than Janka, so she gave her 7. Which now has more cloth and how many? - Symbols

If 2*3 = 60 ; 3*4 = 120 and 4*5 = 200, what is 2*5? - One hectare

How many square meters are one hectare?

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