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  • Authors: Federico C. Castillo Ed. D. Emilia C. Maglonzo, BSEEd, MT2

    EXPLORING THE WORLD OF MATHEMATICS 6

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    EXPLORING THE WORLD OF MATHEMATICS 5

    Name: _________________________________ Date: ____________

    Chapter 1 Fractions

    I. Choose the letter of the best answer.

    1. What is the equivalent of in lowest term?

    A. B. C. D.

    2. Which is the simplest form for 5 ?

    A. B. C. D.

    3. Which fraction has a value of 1?

    A. B. C. D.

    4. How do you write 4 as improper fraction?

    A. B. C. D.

    5. Which is the least common denominator of and ?

    A. 6 B. 9 C. 12 D. 18

    6. Which is the multiplicative inverse of ?

    A. B. C. D.

    7. Which is the reciprocal of 1 ?

    A. 1 B. C. D.

    8. What is the product of and its reciprocal?

    A. 4 B. 3 C. 2 D. 1

    9. What is the resulting answer if 5 is divided by ?

    A. 30 B. 25 C. 15 D. 5

    9 12

    6 9

    10 3

    5 5

    17 6

    12 4

    3 1

    3 4

    15 3

    4 3

    20 6

    1 3

    4 3 4 5

    2 3

    17 3

    3 2

    24 6

    1 2

    3 4

    3 6

    19 3

    5 6

    29 6

    8 24

    2 3

    2 3

    5 6

    5 6

    2 3

    4 12

    1 5

    1 3

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    10. How many 's are there in 2 ?

    A. 8 B. 8 C. 5 D. 1

    B. Choose the letter of the correct answer from the right to make the sentence complete.

    11.

    12.

    13. 4

    14. 7

    15. 14

    16. 12

    C. Perform the indicated operation. Simplify the answers if needed.

    1 3

    2 3

    1 3

    2 3

    8 9

    3 10

    6 20

    13 20+ + =

    17 18

    5 18

    4 18+ + =

    4 20 5 8

    7 9 3 7

    5 8

    9 18 9 14 3 8

    A.

    B.

    C. 4

    D. 6

    E. 6

    F. 7

    G. 7

    H. 6

    2 9

    3 9

    2 9+ + =

    4 14

    3 14

    2 14+ + =

    5 8

    1 4- = 8

    4 7- = 6

    2 7 +

    5 7

    4 8 1 2 3 4

    +

    n

    17. 3 5 2 3 6 15

    +

    n

    18. 20. 9 12 3 4

    -

    n

    15

    6

    7 8 3 4

    -

    n

    19. 45

    2

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    21. 1 4- 7 = n

    2 3 +

    1 39 22. = n

    2 3x

    5 6 1

    24. = n 37÷ 6 723. = n

    1 5 x

    3 43 1

    27. 1 5÷ = n

    4 5 x

    3 4

    25. = n ÷ 559 26. = n 1 2÷

    1 4 15

    II. Read and analyze each problem then solve.

    A. Rollie weighs 82 kg. After a month of work-out, his weight was reduced to 76 kg. How much was the decrease in weight? 1. What operation will be used to solve the problem? 2. What is the answer to the problem?

    B. Mang Ysmael, a fruit vendor has 28 boxes of lanzones to sell. This morning he sold of it. How many boxes of lanzones were sold? 1. What operation will be used? 2. What is the answer to the problem?

    C. Mrs. Marquez has a sari-sari store. She has still 10 kg of sugar to be repacked in small plastic bags. How many small plastic bags does she need if each bag contains kg? 1. What is asked in the problem? 2. What is the answer to the problem?

    D. Mrs. Mariano bought 2 and 1 kg of chicken. She used of it for cooking adobo. How many kg of meat was left? 1. How many operations are needed to solve the problem? 2. The answer to the problem is .

    1 23

    4

    3 4

    3 4

    3 4

    1 2

    2 3

    1 4

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    Chapter 2 Decimals

    I. Choose the letter of the best answer.

    1. What is the sum of 1.001 + 0.75 + 0.8?

    A. 255.1 B. 25.51 C. 2.551 D. 0.2551

    2. How much lesser is 5.09 than 5.9?

    A. 0.081 B. 0.81 C. 1.099 D. 10.99

    3. Which addends give the sum of 9.0263?

    A. 5.804 and 3.2223 C. 5.840 and 32.23 B. 58.04 and 3.223 D. 5.804 and 3.2233

    4. Which are the factors of 3.06?

    A. 100 and .036 C. 10 and 0.306 B. 10 and 30.6 D. 0.01 and 30.6

    5. Which has a diff erence of 0.4398?

    A. 0.7004 - 0.2066 C. 7.004 - 2.606 B. 0.7004 - 0.2606 D. 7.004 - 0.2606

    6. What number will be multiplied by 2.6 that will give a product of 0.026?

    A. 100 B. 10 C. 0.01 D. 0.001

    7. How many decimal places are there in the product of 0.358 x 0.9?

    A. 5 B. 4 C. 3 D. 2

    8. How many zeroes are there in the quotient of 54 ÷ 0.9?

    A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

    9. If 348 ÷ 100 is 3.48, what is 0.348 ÷ 0.01?

    A. 0.348 B. 3.48 C. 34.8 D. 348

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    10. Which of the following has a repeating decimal quotient?

    A. 3 ÷ 8 B. 6 ÷ 7 C. 4 ÷ 5 D. 4 ÷ 9

    11. Which of the following has a terminating decimal quotient?

    A. 315 ÷ 20 B. 612 ÷ 23 C. 420 ÷ 17 D. 568 ÷ 36

    12. What is the dividend if the divisor is 100 and the quotient is 0.3?

    A. 3 B. 30 C. 300 D. 3 000

    13. What is the resulting answer if the sum of 3.29 and 12.017 is subtracted from 24.8?

    A. 0.09493 B. 9.493 C. 94.93 D. 949.3

    14. If the product of 3.5 and 2.4 is divided by 0.01, what is the resulting answer?

    A. 840 B. 84 C. 8.40 D. 0.84

    15. What is the resulting answer if the quotient of 48.9 and 15 is multiplied by 100?

    A. 3.06 B. 3.26 C. 32.6 D. 326

    B. Perform the indicated operation.

    16. 0.8205 0.265 2.3102 0.0008

    +

    n

    17. 7.0348 0.0801 3.915 2.63

    +

    n

    18. 0.526 - 0.029 = n

    19. 4.8 - 0.2137 = n

    20. 6.7 3.6

    x

    n

    21. 24.45 0.29

    22. 0.3214 ÷ 0.001 = n

    23. 456 ÷ 0.15 = n

    24. 151.58 ÷ 5.3 = n

    x

    n

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    II. Read and analyze each problem carefully then solve. (2 points each)

    1. Cherry wants to put a yellow piping around a triangular piece of cloth. How long is the cloth piping if one side measure 63.5 cm and each of the