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

  1. School year
    zosity At the beginning of the school year, 396 notebooks and 252 textbooks are ready to be distributed in the classroom. All pupils receive the same number of notebooks and the same amount of textbooks. How many pupils are there in the class if you know that th
  2. An example
    cubes3_2 An example is playfully for grade 6 from Math and I don't know how to explain it to my daughter when I don't want to use the calculator to calculate the cube root. Thus: A cuboid was made from a block of 16x18x48 mm of modeline. What will be the edge of
  3. Quotient
    math Find quotient before the bracket - the largest divisor 51 a + 34 b + 68 121y-99z-33
  4. Three lines
    clocks2 At 6 am, three bus lines are departing from the station. The first line has an interval of 24 minutes. The second line has an interval of 15 minutes. The third line runs at regular intervals of more than 1 minute. The third line runs at the same time as t
  5. Common divisors
    prime Find all common divisors of numbers 30 and 45.
  6. Number
    prime What number should be placed instead of the asterisk in number 702*8 to get a number divisible by 6?
  7. Dance group
    dancers The dance group formed groups of 4, 5, and 6 members. Always one dancer remains. How many dancers were there in the whole group?
  8. The King
    gold_4 The King wants to divide his sons equally. He has 42 rubies and 45 diamonds. How many sons and how will they share them?
  9. The smallest number
    numbers_49 What is the smallest number that can be divided by both 5 and 7
  10. Trees in alley
    tree_6 There are four trees in the alley between which the distances are 35m, 15m and 95m. Trees must be laid in the spaces so that the distance is the same and the maximum. How many trees will they put in and what will be the distance between them?
  11. Dance ensemble
    dancers_1 The dance ensemble took the stage in pairs. During dancing, the dancers gradually formed groups of four, six and nine. How many dancers have an ensemble?
  12. Counting number
    numbers2_49 What is the smallest counting number divisible by 2,5,7,8 and 15?
  13. Prime factors
    prime Write 98 as product of prime factors
  14. Two rectangles
    rectangles2_2 I cut out two rectangles with 54 cm², 90 cm². Their sides are expressed in whole centimeters. If I put these rectangles together I get a rectangle with an area of 144 cm2. What dimensions can this large rectangle have? Write all options. Explain your calc
  15. Three friends
    gulky_9 Three friends had balls in ratio 2: 7: 4 at the start of the game. Could they have the same number of balls at the end of the game? Write 0, if not, or write the minimum number of balls they had together.
  16. Glass panel
    glass_4 A rectangular glass panel with dimensions of 72 cm and 96 cm will cut the glazier on the largest square possible. What is the length of the side of each square? How many squares does the glazier cut?
  17. Sponsor
    tenis_2 The children of the tennis school received 64 white and 48 yellow balls from the sponsor. When asked about how many balls they could take, they were answered: "You have so many that none of you will have more than 10 balls and all will have the same numbe
  18. Pexeso
    paper_3 Drawing paper has dimensions of 60cm and 840mm. Pupils have to divide it into squares so that they can make a pexeso. What dimension must squares have if their side is to be larger than 3cm and less than 10cm?
  19. Dinosaurs
    dino More than 30 and less than 60 dinosaurs have met at the pond. A quarter of them bathed and 1/7 saws and the rest gripped. How many were at the pond? How many were there?
  20. Groups
    children2_1 In the 6th class there are 60 girls and 72 boys. We want to divide them into groups so that the number of girls and boys is the same. How many groups can you create? How many girls will be in the group?

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