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Sam bought 15 packets of pencils, each packet contains 18 pencils.

How many pencils does Sam have in total?

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2:

Samantha planted 12 rows of tomato plants, there are 15 in a row.

How many did Samantha plant?

3:

An owner of a vineyard employed fifteen people to pick bunches of grapes.

How many can be picked in one hour if each person picks 65 per hour?

4:

**Tim has a bag with 35 lollypops.
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He divided them with his 3 friends and himself.

(a) How many lollypops will each of them get?

(b) How many lollypops will Tim have left?

5:

**A large dam was leaking water at a rate of 550 litres per hour, how long
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would it take to leak 6600 litres of water?

hours

6:

Bob drove for 3½ hours on Monday, he drove 4½ hours Tuesday, 1½ hours

Wednesday, 2 hours Thursday and 4 hours Friday. How many hours did he drive

that week?

Give a fractional answer.

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**Mr. Stevens went to Australia for holidays and paid $70 for a pair of jeans and
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also bought three shirts for $14·95 each.

He gave the shopkeeper $120. How much change did he receive?

8:

A cleaner wanted to do the housework in 3 hours. She worked 1¼ hours in the

morning and returned after lunch to complete the work in 1¾ of an hour. Did she

meet her goal?

Yes or No

9:

**Mr. Jones the mechanic took 3¼ hours, 4½ hours and ¾ hour to complete 3 car
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repairs.

How long did he work in total?

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Hours

(c)

10:

**Daniel should arrive at work 9:30 a.m. It takes him ½ an hour to dress, eat
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breakfast and ¾ of an hour to ride to work. What's the latest time he should

wake up?

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**12 eggs fit in one egg-carton, how many egg-cartons are needed for 180
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eggs?

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A rectangle's side is 4.5 cm long and its width is 2.5 cm.

What is the area of the rectangle?

cm

True or False

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An octagon has 8 sides

**6 is in the hundredth decimal place, in
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54.5672

A cube has 6 faces

1/4 is the same as 75%

56 divided by 7 equals eight

2.468 < 2.0468

100 divided by 2 equals 50

14 multiplied by three equals 58

A pyramid has 4 faces and a base

Half of 65 is 30½

**50 × 1,000,000 = 50,000,000
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0.092 > 0.00092

**Most cool drink cans are shaped like a
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cylinder

132 / 11 = 11

Fahrenheit boiling point is 100º

234 - 189 = 45

67¼ + 89½ = 156

12.85 - 6.95 = 5.95

2 multiplied by itself 6 times is 64

**120 minutes from 1:30 pm is 11:30 am
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Soalan darjah 6

Problem Solving

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1:

A window has a height of 32.5 cm and a length of 45 cm.

What is the window's area?

cm2

2:

A concrete tank can hold 20,000 gallons of water.

How many litres of water can the tank hold?

litres

3:

Nathan's home is 80 km to the nearest major town.

How many metres is that?

metres

4:

One seventh of the students in Sarah's school are 12 years old.

If there are 133 students in her school, how many students are 12 years old?

5:

**A raging bush fire went through a pine plantation, ¾ of the trees died.
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If there were 50,000 trees, how many died?

6:

Bob used 14¾ litres of fuel driving to a country town.

His fuel tank had 30 litres of fuel when he started,

how much fuel did he have left when he arrived at his destination?

litres

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**Mr. Stevens borrowed $20,000 from his Australian cousin. He was charged 14½%
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interest per annum. He repaid the loan 3 years later.

How much interest did Mr. Stevens pay?

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**A truck travelled for 4½ hours at an average rate of 65 km/h.
**

How far did it travel during that time?

km

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400 - (20 x 8¼) + (15 x 9¾) =

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10:

**An American book shop mailed 2 books to the UK. Each of those books cost $4.75
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to mail to the respective customer. They also had to post 12 other books costing a

further $2.45 each for postage. What was the total postage cost?

11:

Janice planted 200 seeds; only 85% of these seeds grew. How many seeds did not

grow?

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56 more than a number (n) is 78. What is the number?

n=

Graphs

Look at the chart below, then answer the questions.

Which country has the highest population?

Which country has the lowest population?

Which country has the second highest population?

Which country has the third highest population?

Which country has the second lowest population?

**Draw a bar graph by the following method.
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Read the data in the blue table then draw the bars on the

yellow table by clicking on each cell to complete the graph.

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**Read the Bar Graph above and answer the questions below.
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Which person is the oldest?

Which person is the youngest?

Which person is the second oldest?

Which person is the second youngest?

Which person is the third oldest?

Which person is the third youngest?

True or False

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One kilometre is equal to 1,000 metres

One metre is equal to 3.28084 feet

**One kilogram is equal to 2 pounds (lb) 3
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ounces (oz)

130 divided by 2 subtracted from 15 equals

45

The square root of 49 equals a whole

number

A cube doesn't have six faces

Celsius is a temperature measurement

A millisecond is one millionth of a second

**LCM means "Lowest Common Multiple"
**

An octagon has seven sides

There are 1,440 minutes in one day

3 × (12 ÷ 4) + (2³) = 33

A speedometer measures speed

A triangle has more than three sides

Half of 250 is 150

**1º Fahrenheit is equal to approximately 17º
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Celsius

A whole number can be any type of number

(34 ÷ 2) × (56 ÷ 8) + 4² = 130

Centigrade is another name for Celsius

Centigram is one hundredth of a gram

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