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

Number of problems found: 352

  • Countertop
    woord Sam it is constructing he measures a rectangle area are on the countertop of 18 1/2 x 35 1/3” he will need to cut his area out in order to place his sink and the opening. What is the product of the two measurements round to the nearest whole?
  • Francesca 2
    plusminus Francesca applied the steps below to find the product of (-1.2)(-9.4). Step 1: (-1.2)(-9.4) = (-9.4)(-1.2) Step 2:                   = (-9.4)(-1) + (-9.4)(-0.2) Step 3:                   = (9.4) + (1.88) Step 4:                   = 11.28 Which step shows
  • Mother 7
    mangoes Mother bought 18 fruits. 1/3 were pineapple and the rest  were mangoes . how many were mangoes
  • Add six
    plusminus Add six to twelve, then divide the sum by four. Divide the quotient by negative nine and then multiply by twenty-four. What is the result?
  • If Ben
    age If Ben is ⅕ the age of his father, ¼ the age of his mother, and twice the age of his sister, how old are his parents and sister if he is 8 years old?
  • Product and sum
    fractions14 What is the product of two fourths  and the sum of three halves and four?
  • Sixth graders
    skola About 6/9 of the sixth- grade pupils will be going to the parents' seminar. If 1/6 of the participants are girls, what part of the portion of sixth graders are boys?
  • The library
    books There are 65 boxes of books. Each box contains 100 books. If each book costs 19.75 how much is the total cost of all the books?
  • In dividing
    fractal In dividing fractions, get the reciprocal of the divisor and change division symbol to multiplication symbol. 2/3 : 5/6
  • 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
  • Nathan
    test Nathan is playing a trivia game. Each correct answer is worth 2 ½ points, and each incorrect answer is worth -¼ points. If he gets 35 questions correct and 32 questions incorrect, how many points does he have? A. 87.5 B. 79.5 C. 75 D. 8
  • A giraffe
    cheetah A giraffe can run up to 46.93 feet per second. How far could a giraffe run in 1.8 seconds?
  • 30 eggs
    egg There are 30 eggs in a tray. If 1/2 of the tray used 1/5 of it cooked,1/3 kept the refrigerator, how many eggs were left?
  • Translate 2
    three_circles_inside_one Translate the given phrases to mathematical phrases. Thrice the sum of three fifths and two thirds less one half is what number?
  • Yellow tangs
    fish In an aquarium 2/5 of the fish are surgeonfish.  Of these 3/4 are yellow tangs.  What fraction of all fish in the aquarium are yellow tangs?
  • A land 2
    land A land owner owns two parcels of land measuring 4 2/5 hectares and 6 1/5 hectares. He sells 3/4 of the total land. How many hectares of the land are left?
  • Alexandra
     rectangular quilt Alexandra made a rectangular quilt the measured 3 1/4. 2 3/4 feet in width. What is the area of the quilt in square feet? Write an equation to solve.
  • Evaluate 17
    fractions Evaluate 2x+6y when x=- 4/5 and y=1/3. Write your answer as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form.
  • A burger
    cup_flour The water starts with 41 1/4 cups of water how much water is left after ten 3 5/8 Scoops of water are removed?
  • English and math
    skola 1/5 of a class study English, and 3/5 study mathematics. If the class consist of 80 students, how many students study English and mathematics in the class?

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Multiplication Problems. Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders).