# Natural numbers - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

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• Intersect of sets Refer to the sets below: U = {1,2,3,. .. ,10} A = {1,2,3,4,5} B = {2,4,6,7,8} C = {4,5,6,8,10} A ∩ B ∩ C = ___
• How many 17 How many fifths are there in four wholes? How many 1/5 are there in 4?
• 30 eggs 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?
• Athletics team All athletes in the athletics team from Ostrava can start in four, five, six and seven stages, and no one will be present. How many average athletes are in one athletic group if there are a total of twelve groups in the section? Consider the smallest numb
• Simplest form 3 What fraction is 15 of 35 in simplest form?
• English and math 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?
• Sixteen Sixteen minus the quotient of 12 and what number is thirteen?
• Four multiples Four multiples of 6 he writes the following 12  24  56  72, which is correct?
• The cost 2 The cost of 5 apples is \$3.45, and 5 oranges are \$1.23. If Rachel buys one apple and one orange, then how much must she pay?
• The building There are 45 people living in building, out of these 3/5 are men,2/5 are women . find the number of men and women in the building.
• Players - baseball There are 20 players on each of two baseball teams. If 2/5 of the players on team 1 miss practice and 1/4 of the players on team two miss practice, how many more players from team 1 missed practice then team 2?
• What fraction What fraction of number 1 to 30 is prime?
• A teacher A teacher baked 5 dozen cookies for the 16 students in her class. If the teacher divided the cookies equally among her students, how many cookies did she give each student?
• There 14 There are 250 people in a museum. 2/5 of the 250 people are girls 3/10 of the 250 people are boys The rest of the 250 people are adults Work out the number of adults in the museum.
• Evaluate 12 Evaluate and simplify 9 divided by 7/6. The local reader’s club has a set of 28 hardback books and a set of 44 paperbacks. Each set can be divided equally among the club members. What is the greatest possible number of club members?
• Monica 3 Monica works on her drawings for 2 hours. She spends 1/6 hour on each drawing. How many drawings does she work on in 2 hours?
• Evaluate 11 Multiply the quotient of 6 and 2 by 3, then add 1. Add 1 and 6, then divide by 2 and multiply by 3. Divide 6 by the product of 2 and 3, then add 1.
• 5 2/5 5 2/5 hours a week  mathematics,  3 3/4 hours a week   Natural sciences, 4 3/8 hours a week  Technology . how many hours does  he spend on social sciences if he spend 17 1/2 hours a week for the four subject?
• Each year Each year, Mr. Baumann purchases enough paper for his 16 students. If each student will use 3/4 pack of paper, how many packs of paper will he need to purchase? Answer as a mixed number or as a whole number.

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Natural numbers - math problems. Examples for 6th grade (the sixth graders).