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

Number of problems found: 509

  • Monica’s
    fuel Monica's lawnmower had 1/8 of a gallon of gasoline in the tank. Monica started mowing and used all of the gasoline. She put 6/10 of a gallon of gasoline in the tank. After she mowed, 1/4 of a gallon was left in the tank. What was the total amount of gasol
  • 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?
  • Zangmo
    clocks Zangmo can read a chapter of a novel in 1/4 h. How long will it take her to read 8 chapters?
  • Ali bought
    milk Ali bought 5/6 litre of milk. He drank 1/2 litre and his brother drank 1/6 litre. How much litre of milk left?
  • Ali bought 2
    milk Ali bought 5/6 litre of milk. He drank 1/2 litre and his brother drank 1/6 litre. How much litre of milk left?
  • 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
  • Fitness center
    time Every Wednesday, Monica works out for 3/4  of an hour at the fitness center. Every Saturday, he goes to the fitness center again and exercises for 3 times as long. How much time does Wayne spend at the fitness center in all each week?
  • Team run
    runners The first team member in a 926-person relay race must run 2 1/4 laps, the second team member must run 1 1/2 laps, and the third team member must run 3 1/4 laps. How many laps in all must each team run?
  • Two cakes
    cake Two cakes were each cut into 8 slices. Maria ate 1/8 of the chocolate cake and 1 slice of carrot cake. Julia ate 1/2 of the carrot cake. Mark ate 1 slice of each. Thomas ate 3 slices of chocolate cake. How many slices were left?
  • Jacob
    vaha Jacob is baking chocolate cookies. The recipe uses 2/8 of a cup of sugar to bake a batch of cookies. If Jacob wants to make one-half of a batch. How many cups of sugar does he need?
  • A pizza 2
    pizza A pizza is cut into slices that are each 1/6 of the whole. John is going to eat 1/2 of the whole pizza. How many slices will John eat?
  • Cheese consumption
    cheese I have some cheese. I used 2/5 of the total amount of cheese yesterday. Today, I used 2/5 of the remaining cheese from yesterday. If 900 g of cheese remain at the end of today, how many grams of cheese did I have originally?
  • Shirts
    blue shirts In a classroom,1/6 of the students are wearing blue shirts, and 2/3 are wearing white shirts. There are 18 students in the classroom. How many students are wearing shirts other than blue shirts or white shirts?
  • Kate shares
    flasa Kate shares a 64-ounce bottle of apple cider with 5 friends. Each person’s serving will be the same number of ounces. Between what two whole number of ounces will each person’s serving be? Explain using division.
  • Four people
    cake Four people want waffles for breakfast. There are 6 waffles left. How can 6 waffles be shared equally among 4 people? How much does each person get? Draw a picture and write a division expression to model the problem.
  • A newspaper's
    books A newspaper's cover page is 3/8 text, and photographs fill the rest. If 2/5 of the text is an article about endangered species, what fraction of the whole cover page is the article about endangered species?
  • Walking woman
    walker Reeta walks 5/7 km in 1 hour. How far does she go in 3 1/2 hours?
  • 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?
  • A shopkeeper 3
    apples A shopkeeper sells 8 1/3 kg, 10 1/4 kg and 11 1/5 kg of apples on 3 consecutive days. What is the total weight of apples sold?
  • Area and perimeter 2
    rectangle_diagonals Find the area and the perimeter of a rectangle of length 45 1/2 cm and breadth 16 2/3 cm.

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