## Presentation on theme: "S-O-L-V-E 6th Grade."— Presentation transcript:

Day 1 Josita received \$50 as a gift. She plans to buy two cassette tapes that cost \$9 each and a headphone set that costs \$25. How much money will she have left?

Day 2 A bus stops at the corner of Elm Street and Oak Street every half hour between 9 A.M. and 3 P.M. and every 15 minutes between 3 P.M. and 6 P.M. How many times will a bus stop at the corner between 9 A.M. and 6 P.M.?

Day 3 To find the volume of a box, you can multiply its height, width, and length. The measure of the volume of a box is 70. Find its possible dimensions.

Day 4 Jan takes her three children and two neighbor’s children to a matinee. All of the children are under age 13. How much in all did Jan pay for admission? Movie Theater Admission Adults \$8 Children (under 13) \$5 Matinee (before 6 P.M.) \$3

Day 5 Connor (age 13), his sister, (age 7), and Connor’s parents go to a movie on Saturday night. What is the total cost? Movie Theater Admission Adults \$8 Children (under 13) \$5 Matinee (before 6 P.M.) \$3

Day 6 Eduardo is 16. Eduardo’s dad takes him and his younger sister to a soccer match. Tickets are \$17 for adults and \$13 for children (18 and under). What is the total cost of the tickets?

Day 7 Arizona Mileage Chart Flagstaff Phoenix Tucson Nogales 136 miles
To find the speed of a car, use the expression d ÷ t where d represents the distance and t represents the time. Find the speed of a car that travels from Phoenix to Flagstaff in 2 hours.

Day 8 Arizona Mileage Chart Flagstaff Phoenix Tucson Nogales 136 miles
To find the time it will take for a bicyclist to travel from Nogales to Tucson, use the expression d/s where d represents distance and s represents speed. Find the time if the bicyclist travels at a speed of 16 miles per hour.

Day 9 The sum of Cooper’s, Dante’s, and Maria’s ages is 31. Dante is twice as old as Cooper. Maria is one year older than Dante. How old are Cooper, Dante, and Maria?

Day 10 The junior varsity football team scorred 23 points in last Saturday’s game. They scored a combination of 7-point touchdowns and 3-point field goals. How many touchdowns and how many field goals did they score?

Day 11 The school band is having a car wash to raise money. Their goal is to collect \$150. So far they have earned \$10 each from three families and \$5 each from 15 families. How much more money do they have to earn to reach their goal?

Day 12 A warehouse has three shelves that can hold 8, 12, or 16 skateboards. Each shelf has sections holding the same number of skateboards. What is the greatest number of skateboards that can be put in a section?

Day 13 Mei has 15 oranges, 9 peaches, and 18 pears. She wants to put all of the fruit into decorative baskets. Each basket must have the same number of pieces of fruit in it. Without mixing fruits, what is the greatest number of pieces of fruit Mei can put in each basket?

Day 14 In a frequency table, the relative frequency of a category is the fraction of the data that falls in that class. To find the relative frequency, divide the frequency by the total number of items. What is the relative frequency of people with brown eyes?

Day 15 In a frequency table, the relative frequency of a category is the fraction of the data that falls in that class. To find the relative frequency, divide the frequency by the total number of items. What is the relative frequency of people with brown or hazel eyes?

Day 16 Meagan is taking the kids she is babysitting to the local ice cream parlor. If she has \$7, does she have enough money for two ice cream sandwiches, one sundae, and one scoop of ice cream?

Day 17 The Line A bus arrives at the bus stop every 25 minutes, and the Line B bus arrives every 15 minutes. They are both at the bus stop right now. In how many minutes will the both be at the bus stop again?

Day 18 In a clock, a large gear completes a rotation every 45 seconds, and a small gear completes a rotation every 18 seconds. How many seconds pass before the gears align again?

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Day 20 Carla walked from the Empire State Building to the Museum of Modern Art. How far did she walk?

Day 21 Julie walked from Central Park South to the Museum of Modern Art. Jolene walked from Radio City Music Hall to the Museum. How much farther did Julie walk than Jolene?

Day 22 What fraction of the U.S. Sales did Company C and Company B hold together?

Day 23 How much more than Company A’s fraction of the market did Company C have?

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