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# AubreyJJ Stack

### 6th Grade year

Question | Answer |
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Nancy, Bob, Chris, Trevor, and Jen all want to run in three – legged race. If a team consists of two people, how many different teams can there be? | 16 teams |

How many outcomes are possible if you toss a penny, a nickel, and a dime? | 8 times |

Which number is less than 8 3/8? A 84/6 8.3 B 8 5/7 C 8.4 D 8 2/3 | A 8.3 |

Andrew cook 10 1/2 quarts of soup. Each serving is 3/8 quarts. How many servings did Andrew make? | 28 |

Your height must be at least 42 inches to ride the roller coaster at the amusement park. Which mathematical statement represents this situation? | H >_ 42 |

Simplify: 77.7-8.7x0.35 | 74.665 |

You line up two ladybugs measuring 0.332cm and 0.257cm end to end. Which estimate for the total length of the two ladybugs? | 0.600 |

Jenny bought 7 t-shirts, one for each of seven brothers, for $9.95 each. The casher charged her and additional $13.07 in sales tax. She left the store with a measly $7.28. How much money did Jenny start with? | $90.00 |

The greatest common factor of two numbers is 30. Their least common multiple is 420. One of the numbers is 210. Can you find the other number? | 60 |

Estimate by rounding to the nearest half? 3/7 + 1/6 | 1/2 |

Marissa had 10/17 of cherries and got 6/13 of a bowl more. Estimate how many bowls of cherries she had by rounding to the nearest half? | 1 bowls |

Sandy, Ben, and Kwan picked strawberries Sandy picked 8/25 of their combined total of strawberries. Ben picked 7/25 of their strawberries. How much of the strawberries did Kwan picked? | 2/5 |

Charlie has a piece of wood that is 8 ½ feet long. For a project, he needs ¾ foot segments. How many segments of this length can he cut? | 11 |

If 25/8, 14/3, 16/6, and 12/3 are placed in order from least to greatest, which will be first? | 16/6 |

Rename 3/4, 4/9, and 4/7 so that they have the least common denominator | 189/252, 112/252, 144/252 |

5.7 x6.9+1.5/3 | 39.83 |

21.8 – 7.4 x0.63 | 17.138 |

You put $2 away in January, $4 away in February, $8 in March, $16 away in April, and followed this saving pattern though December. How much money do you have in 12 months? | $8,190 |

5.5 x 32.2 + 5.6 / 7 | 177.9 |

Write an improper fraction for 3 3/4? | 15/4 |

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