Comparing - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

Number of problems found: 79

  • Sort fractions
    compare Which of the following fractions is the largest? 29/36 5/6 7/9 3/4
  • The space museum
    hviezdicky_mo The science club is going to the space museum. The club consists of 27 students. If admission costs $6.50 for children ages 4–11 and $8.50 for children ages 12–17, how much will it cost for the entire science club's admission to the museum? Science Club S
  • Simplest form of a fraction
    fractions Which one of the following fraction after reducing in simplest form is not equal to 3/2? a) 15/20 b) 12/8 c) 27/18 d) 6/4
  • Sort fractions
    fractions Which is larger 3/7, 3/8, 3/9, 3/6 =
  • Evaluate mixed expressions
    mixed Which of the following is equal to 4 and 2 over 3 divided by 3 and 1 over 2? A. 4 and 2 over 3 times 3 and 2 over 1 B. 14 over 3 times 2 over 7 C. 14 over 3 times 7 over 2 D. 42 over 3 times 2 over 31
  • Multiplication negatives
    plusminus Josh says that (4)(-7)(-1) is equal to (4)(7). Evangelina says (4)(-7)(-1) is equal to (-28)(-1) . Who is correct? Explain your reasoning.
  • A small
    books A small book took one-sixth of a ream of paper to make. The team said they could make nine books from 3 whole reams of paper. Are they correct?
  • Torque
    rectangles Torque and Mari each multiplied 1/8 inch times 5/8 inch. Tartaric 5/8 squares point inches. And Marie got 5/64 squared thought inches tall. Which student found a corrupt area?
  • Rhea answered
    test Rhea answered 5/11 in the questions correctly and Precious answered 7/11 of it correctly. If each problem is worth the same amount, who got the higher score?
  • Sorting ASC
    compare Which group of decimals is in order from least to greatest? A) 1.04, 0.39, 0.8, 2.1, 0.09 B) 2.1, 1.04, 0.39, 0.8, 0.09 C) 0.09, 0.39, 0.8, 1.04, 2.1 D) 0.09, 0.39, 0.8, 2.1, 1.04
  • Ameeka
    paper Ameeka is in charge of designing a school pennant for spirit week. She wants the base to be 3 1/2 feet and the height to be 6 1/2 feet. She has 20 square feet of paper available. Does she have enough paper?
  • Roma ate
    cake Roma ate 2/5 of a cake while Somya ate 3/7 of the same cake. Who ate more and by how much?
  • Michigan snowfall
    snowboard The state of Michigan recorded an all-time high snowfall of 355.9 inches during the winter of 1978-79. Its lowest snowfall of 81.3 inches was recorded during the winter of 1930-31. How much more snowfall did Michigan receive during the winter of 1978-79 t
  • Pumpkin pie
    pumpkin pie Have some pumpkin pie. One half of the pie is cut into 4 equal slices, the other half is cut into 3 equal slices. After eating one of the larger slices (on the 3 piece side), I wonder if I will eat more if I have one more from the 3 side, or two from the
  • Luke
    juice Luke, Seth, and Anja have empty glasses. Mr. Gabel pours 3/6 cup of orange juice in Seth's glass. Then he pouts 1/6 cup of orange juice in Luke's glass and 2/6 cup of orange juice in Anja's glass. Who gets the MOST orange juice?
  • Sayavong
    vaha2 Sayavong is making cookies for the class. He has a recipe that calls for 3 and 1/2 cups of flour. He has 7/8 of a cup of wheat flour, and 2 and 1/2 cups of white flour. Does Mr. Sayavong have enough flour to make the cookies?
  • A butter
    cube_shield A butter cube with an edge 6.5 cm long is packed in a package with dimensions a = 28 cm, b = 15 cm. Calculate how many cm2 the package is larger than the surface of the cube.
  • Sandy
    kolac Sandy, John and Marg baked pies for the Bake Sale. Sandy cut his pies into 6ths, John but his into 8ths and Marg cut hers into quarters. Sandy sold 11/6, John sold  1 3/8 pies and Marg sold 9/4 pies. Who sold the most pies? Who sold the fewest?
  • Humans
    earth Humans exploring space have left behind bags of​ trash, bolts,​ gloves, and pieces of satellites. ​ Let's say there are currently about 5​,000,000 pounds of litter in orbit around Earth. Jenny says that this amount using number names is five billion. Is J
  • The heights
    dog The heights of some dogs are shown in the table. (1 cm = 10 mm) Dog Height Sam 280 mm Charlie 56 cm Gus 81.3 cm Buster 635 mm Max 38 cm Duke 61 cm Which list shows the heights of the dogs from tallest to shortest? A. Max, Charlie, Duke, Gus, Sam,

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