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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 1 Name _____________________________________ 1. 3 ) 480 2. 255 - 123 = 3. 21 x 8 = 4. 164 5. Round to the nearest hundred. 92,651 + 346 6. 361 7. Sue had 2 rolls of film developed, each had 36 exposures. x 9 How many pictures did she have developed? _________ 2 Name _____________________________________ 1. Round 486 to the nearest ten. 2. 647 165 + 392 3. 4 ) 4804 4. 1 of 54 = ______ 5. 291 6. 2016 2 x 6 - 549 7. If Carl was born in January, 1931, how old is he now? ____________
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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 3 Name _____________________________________ 1. 386 2. 565 3. 9 ) 1899 + 876 x 4 4. 4605 5. 4 feet = inches 6. 64 - 2187 x 3 7. I need carpet for a room that is 14’ x 12’. How many sq. ft. of carpet will I need? ________ 4 Name _____________________________________ 1. 264 2. 1642 The six represents the place. 52 + 1430 3. N x 12 = 60 4. 8 ) 6432 5. 4916 N = - 2323 6. 1 of 36 = ______ 3 7. Kay is 5’ 2”, Paul is 4’ 8”, and Kevin is 5’ 8”. What is the average height of the three? ____________
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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 5 Name _____________________________________ 1. 4007 2. 124 3. Round 24,156 to the - 3558 x 6 nearest ten thousands. __________________ 4. 264, 685 264,658 5. 92 6. 8 ) 1944 Use ‹, › or = x 8 7. Juan is 4’ 11” tall. How many inches tall is he? 6 Name _____________________________________ 1. 64.2 + 122 + 60.1 = 2. 368 - 259 = ______ 3. 861 4. 6 x N = 360 5. 9 ) 98,100 x 7 N = ______ 6. Round to nearest hundred. 591 ________ 7. The group drove 504 miles on 18 gallons of gas. How many miles per gallon did they get? ________
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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 7 Name _____________________________________ 1. 720 x 38 = 2. In 435,261 the 4 stands for ________ 3. 297 + 84 + 97 = 4. 3091 5. The diameter of a circle is - 988 10”. The radius is ________ 6. 6 7. The temperature for the last five days was: 65, 80, 84, 79, 72. + 14 2 What was the average temperature? ________ 3 8 Name _____________________________________ 1. 12 ) 144 2. 324 3. 6.92 + 10 + 7.5 = ________ x 40 4. 8 ) 5091 5. 1 + N = 1 6. 6209 2 The 2 represents _______ N = ______ 7. Peppers are priced 3 for $1.02. How much would one pepper cost? ________
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Review - 6th Grade 9 Name _____________________________________ 1. 2 5 2 7 2. 1 yd. is equal to in. 3. 2 of 15 = ________ 8 8 3 Use ‹, › or =. 4. 546 5. 79 6. $6.53 Round to the 821 x 30 nearest dollar. ________ + 415 7. For our party we need to buy paper plates for $1.20, napkins for $1.50, and a cake for $7.50. How much money will we need? ________ 10 Name _____________________________________ 1. 10 = 2. 179 3. 1 of 12 = ________ 10 642 2 531 + 280 4. 7365 5. 10 days = hrs. 6. N represents ________ x 4 18, 27, 36, N, 54, 63 7. There are 5 book shelves. Each shelf holds 22 books. How many books are in the bookcase? _____________
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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 11 Name _____________________________________ 1. Round 7864 to the nearest thousand. 2. 6 ) 6234 3. Usually most people would be sleeping at 4:30 (p.m. or a.m.) 4. Estimate the answer of this problem. 314 x 17 ________ 5. 121 6. 5000 64 - 1472 + 18 7. Mary answered 93 problems correctly out of 100. How many did she miss? ________ 12 Name _____________________________________ 1. 93 2. 36,421 36,412 3. 402 x 7 Use ‹, ›, or =. x 70 4. 20 ) 1685 5. 462 6. .001 The 1 represents the 51 place. + 639 7. Bill had $5.42 and earned $2.25. He spent $3.78. How much did he have left? ________
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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 13 Name _____________________________________ 1. 3 = 2. 814 3. 9 ) 7488 4 16 x 26 4. 1500 5. 7438 6. six feet = inches - 755 26 + 973 7. Kim’s house has 3 windows in the kitchen, 1 in the living room, 1 in the bathroom, 6 in the porch, and 2 in the bedroom. Each window has 4 panes in it. How many panes does the house have? ________ 14 Name _____________________________________ 1. 8 1 + 5 1 = 2. Round to hundreds and estimate. 2 2 245 + 364 3. 3.04 4. 16 ) 10048 5. 4 - 1.213 5 + 2 6. 4681 5 x 79 7. The seamstress made a dress for $30. She worked on it for 5 hours. How much did she charge an hour? ________
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Daily Math Review - 6th Grade 15 Name _____________________________________ 1. 7 1 - 5 1 = 2. 1,961 3. 7.62 2 2 x 46 + 10.121 4. 9 x N = 18 5. 3467 6. 21 ) 127134 N = + 9852 7. Keri bought a pair of shoes for $16.50 and some socks for $6.35. How much change did she get from $30. ________ 16 Name _____________________________________ 1. 96 x 48 = 2. 400.0 3. 6251 - 29.9 x 12 4. Write the standard numeral for five hundred sixty-one and four thousands. ________ 5. 26480 ÷ 20 = 6. 10 x 10 x 10 = ________ 7. Mike mowed the lawn in 1 1 hours. He charged $12. How much did he charge an hour?
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