Prime numbers - 6th grade (11y) - math problems

Number of problems found: 132

  • Athletics team
    olympics 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
    fractions What fraction is 15 of 35 in simplest form?
  • What fraction
    prime What fraction of number 1 to 30 is prime?
  • The drama club
    cinema The drama club meets in the auditorium every 6 days and the choir meets there every 5 days. If the groups are both meeting in the auditorium today, then how many days from now will they next have to share the auditorium?
  • Mangoes
    mangoes Chris has 12 mangoes and Jay has 18 mangoes. Each of them will share the mangoes to their friends . What's the greatest number of mangoes each of their friends get if Chris and Jay will give the same number of mangoes?
  • 6/24 change
    numbers 6/24 change to a fraction in lowest terms
  • Part-time workers
    workers On Saturday, 210 part-time workers arrived in the village. One hundred five part-time workers worked on the first field, 60 on the second. The other part-time workers worked in the third field. They all worked in equal groups. How many workers worked in e
  • A rope
    meter A rope can be cut into equal length with no rope left over. The lengths can be 15cm,18cm or 25cm. What is the shortest possible length of the rope?
  • We bought
    cukriky We bought 140 fruit, 196 chocolate and 84 caramel lollipops. How many of the same packages can we prepare from them?
  • John Smith
    books John Smith is reading a 435-page novel. If he reads the same number of pages per day and the number is a prime number greater than 10, how many pages per day will he read?
  • Find unknown number
    numbers What is the number between 50 and 55 that is divisible by 2,3,6,9?
  • Two hundred
    sportka Two hundred ten athletes competed in three athletics races on three fields. One hundred five athletes competed in the first, 60 in the second, and everyone else in the third. On the individual courts, the athletes were divided into groups. Each group, alt
  • The classroom
    meter The classroom is 9 meters long. The width of the classroom is smaller and can be passed in equally long steps of 55 CM or 70 CM. Determine the width of the classroom.
  • Chairs
    stol In the two dining rooms in the recreational building, there are equally arranged chairs around the tables. A maximum of 78 people can dine in the first dining room and 54 people in the second. How many chairs can be around one table?
  • Summer camp
    tablo Some boys or girls signed up for the summer camp, which has a maximum capacity of 200 children. The main leader noticed that during the evening start, he could arrange the participants exactly in the twelve-step, sixteen-step, or eighteen-step, and no one
  • Tractor wheels
    tractor The front wheel of the tractor has a circumference of 18 dm and the rear 60 dm. We will make a red mark on the lowest point of both wheels. The tractor then starts. At what distance from the start will both marks appear identically at the bottom again?
  • Three
    bus27 Three buses follow the same circular route. The first driver is the slowest because he has many stops, and it takes him 90 minutes to cross the route. The second driver will pass the circuit in 1 hour. The third driver has the fewest stops, and the circui
  • Pegs
    meter From two sticks 240 cm and 210 cm long, it is necessary to cut the longest possible pegs for flowers so that no residues remain. How many pegs will it be?
  • Divisible by nine
    numbers How many three-digit natural numbers in total are divisible without a remainder by the number 9?
  • Prime factors
    prime Factor the number 6600 into the product of prime numbers.

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