For most of us, 6th grade was a long time ago! Do you think you can still handle 6th grade word problems with ease? Take these 10 quiz questions and put your knowledge to the test!

## Question 1/10

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Solve the world problem: Your brother traveled 117 miles in 2.25 hours to come home for school break. What’s the average speed that he was traveling?

52 mph

40 mph

62 mph

## Question 2/10

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Solve the world problem: Jeff has 1/2 pizza left in the fridge. At breakfast he at 1/3 of it. What fraction of the original pizza does he have left for lunch?

2/6

1/6

3/6

## Question 3/10

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Solve the world problem: You have 15 yards of ribbon for your gift boxes.Each box gets the same amount of ribbon. How much ribbon will each of your 20 gift boxes get?

.75 yard

.50 yard

1 yard

## Question 4/10

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Solve the world problem: Jasmine has 50 marbles in a bag. 20% of the marbles are blue. How many marbles are blue?

5

10

7

## Question 5/10

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Solve the world problem: I’m thinking of two numbers, 12 and another number. 12 and my other number have a greatest common factor of 6 and their least common multiple is 36. What’s the other number I’m thinking of?

29

18

16

## Question 6/10

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Solve the world problem: Sam gave Jen 1/2 of his jujubes. Jen ate 1/2 of the jujubes and gave the rest to Kyle. Kyle kept 8 of the jujubes and gave the last 10 to Kim. How many jujubes did Jen eat?

12

15

18

## Question 7/10

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Solve the world problem: On a November day, the temperature in Los Angeles, CA is 80 degrees fahrenheit. On the same day, the temperature is -33 degrees fahrenheit in Sitka, Alaska. What is the difference in temperature between the two cities?

113 degrees

83 degrees

100 degrees

## Question 8/10

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Solve the world problem: Fill in the blank with the proper sign: 4 _ -6.

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## Question 9/10

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Solve the world problem: Farmers at a Farmer's Market are trading their produce. One farmer trades another farmer 13 apples for 5 watermelons. How many apples can a farmer with 25 watermelons get?

75

65

85

## Question 10/10

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Solve the world problem: There are 136 cars in a parking lot. 25% of them are silver. How many silver cars are in the parking lot?

54

24

34

## C+, Word Problem Average

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Based on the results of this quiz, you wouldn't want to be taking 6th grade math in the modern day! Though you might have some solid math skills, solving these word problems wasn't easy at all. Despite not having passed this quiz, you still gave it your all and learned something along the way!

## B+, Word Problem Whiz

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a total word problem whiz! It's clear that your math skills haven't slipped a bit since your time in 6th grade. You're just as sharp today as you were back in grade school. Go you!

## A+, Word Problem Wise

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are totally word problem wise! It's obvious that you know word problems like no one else. Despite not having been in grade school for some time, you mastered this quiz as well as any current 6th grader. Go you!

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1

Solve the world problem: Your brother traveled 117 miles in 2.25 hours to come home for school break. What’s the average speed that he was traveling?

52 mph

40 mph

62 mph

2

Solve the world problem: Jeff has 1/2 pizza left in the fridge. At breakfast he at 1/3 of it. What fraction of the original pizza does he have left for lunch?

2/6

1/6

3/6

3

Solve the world problem: You have 15 yards of ribbon for your gift boxes.Each box gets the same amount of ribbon. How much ribbon will each of your 20 gift boxes get?

.75 yard

.50 yard

1 yard

4

Solve the world problem: Jasmine has 50 marbles in a bag. 20% of the marbles are blue. How many marbles are blue?

5

10

7

5

Solve the world problem: I’m thinking of two numbers, 12 and another number. 12 and my other number have a greatest common factor of 6 and their least common multiple is 36. What’s the other number I’m thinking of?

29

18

16

6

Solve the world problem: Sam gave Jen 1/2 of his jujubes. Jen ate 1/2 of the jujubes and gave the rest to Kyle. Kyle kept 8 of the jujubes and gave the last 10 to Kim. How many jujubes did Jen eat?

12

15

18

7

Solve the world problem: On a November day, the temperature in Los Angeles, CA is 80 degrees fahrenheit. On the same day, the temperature is -33 degrees fahrenheit in Sitka, Alaska. What is the difference in temperature between the two cities?

113 degrees

83 degrees

100 degrees

8

Solve the world problem: Fill in the blank with the proper sign: 4 _ -6.

<

>

=

9

Solve the world problem: Farmers at a Farmer's Market are trading their produce. One farmer trades another farmer 13 apples for 5 watermelons. How many apples can a farmer with 25 watermelons get?

75

65

85

10

Solve the world problem: There are 136 cars in a parking lot. 25% of them are silver. How many silver cars are in the parking lot?

54

24

34