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

Number of problems found: 260

How much and how many times is 72.1 greater than 0.00721?
• Minute hand v2
In how many minutes describe the minute hand angle 60 degrees?
• The quotient
The quotient of g and 55 is the same as 279. What is g?
• Civil protection
Students on civil protection exercise went 5800 m long trip. How many kilometers is it approximately?
• Ratio
Unfold number 1963 in the ratio 9:2:2.
• Motor oil
30 liters of oil cost 28.80 Euros. How much cost a liter?
• Unit rate
Find unit rate: 6,840 customers in 45 days
• Package Deal - what to choose
The parents decided to purchase a mobile phone to their son. They choose from menu: ? Which offer is best?
• Guess number
With what number should be divided number 9727 to be reduced by 70%?
• Trio
56 children lined up in groups of three. How many children did not create a trio?
How many 1/4 cup servings are in 2 and 1/3 cups of lemonade?
• Wallpaper
Salesman account for 2.3 meters of wallpaper 149.50 Kc. How much cost 1 meter of wallpaper?
• Crates 2
One crate will hold 50 oranges. If Bob needs to ship 932 oranges, how many crates will he need?
• Holidaymakers
A total of 94270 holidaymakers spent part of their holiday in 50 hotels a year. On average, how many vacationers are there for one hotel?
• Yogurt
The board is 35 yogurts. How many boards of yogurts must be ordered for 886 people in the canteen?
• Cake 7
1/3 of a cake shared with 4 people. What share of the whole cake has each people?
• Number
What number I think? The third is 6 and half is 2 more than the its quarter.
• Soda
A pack of 12 sodas cost 5.04. What is the unit rate in dollars per soda?
• Day
What part of the day is 23 hours 22 minutes? Express as a decimal number.
• Trains
Daily passes the same track section 8 pairs of trains with average 2400 passagers. How many people average travel in one train?

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