Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders)

Number of examples found: 1278

  • Net of a cube
    cube_shield This net can be folded to form a cube with a side length of 20 units. What is the surface area of the cube in square units?
  • The temperature 6
    teplomer The temperature was 47°F on Thursday and 60°F on Friday. How much did the temperature rise?
  • Volume of cube
    cubes2_1 Solve the volume of a cube with width 26cm .
  • Jan and Dan
    skolske-zosity Jan and Dan had the same money. Jan bought 5 workbooks and left him 15 CZK. Dan 6 and left him nothing. How much money have in total?
  • Product of two fractions
    numbers_47 Product of two fractions is 9 3/5 . If one of the fraction is 9 3/7. Find the other fraction.
  • Percentages
    money_14 What is 1/3 of $821.43?
  • Equation with one variable
    eq1 Solve the following equation with one unknown: 5(7s + 5) =130
  • Sum of the digits
    numbers2 How many are two-digit natural numbers that have the sum of the digits 9?
  • Three elephants
    elephant_1 Three elephants eat three piles of hay in 150 minutes. For how long does 96 elephants eat  96 stacks of hay?
  • Diameter of a cylinder
    cylinder I need to calculate the cylinder volume with a height of 50 cm and a diameter of 30 cm.
  • Hr to min
    time_8 Sue biked to school in 5/12 of an hour. How many minutes did it take her to ride to school?
  • Circles
    olympic_circles For the circle c1(S1; r1=146 cm) and c2(S2; r2 = 144 cm) is distance of centers |S1S2| = 295 cm. Determine the distance between the circles.
  • 3 cats
    mouse_1 3 cats eat 3 mice in 3 days. How many mice will eat 10 cats in 10 days?
  • Area of a triangle
    triangle1_2 What is the area of a triangle that has the base 4 1/4 and the height of 3 3/3?
  • Evaluate expression
    mixed_fractions.JPG Evaluate expression using BODMAS rule: 1 1/4+1 1/5÷3/5-5/8
  • Bricks II
    cihly 3/4 bricks weighs 6 kg and 2/3 bricks. How weighs one whole brick?
  • Minutes
    clocks_2 Determine the difference in minutes: T1 = 2 3/20 h T2 = 2.3 h
  • The temperature 3
    teplomer The temperature is -12 degrees Fahrenheit. During the following 5 hours the temperature decrease 23 degrees Fahrenheit what is the temperature at 11 pm?
  • Hours
    clock-night-schr_2 The lesson lasts 45 minutes. For the week, students have 18 lesson hours. How many are the actual hours?
  • The result
    dice_2 How many times I decrease the number 1632 to get the result 24?

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