Lesson Worksheet: Dividing Mixed Numbers Mathematics • 6th Grade
In this worksheet, we will practice dividing two mixed numbers and applying this in real-life situations.
To finish making curtains for her 18 windows, Chloe needs yards of fabric per window. At the store, she found a bolt of fabric she liked with yards on it. How many windows can she finish the curtains for?
Victoria is making bed sheets that will take yards of fabric. If that fabric is sold in half yards , determine how many yards of fabric she will need.
- A yd
- B yd
- C6 yd
- D yd
- E7 yd
A school wants to organize a 5 km race. A lap around the park is miles. Given that , how many laps will the children run? Give your answer as a mixed number.
Identify, without performing any division, the expression which has a quotient greater than 1.
A worker earns per hour. One day he earns . How long did he work that day?
A wire that is 88 meters long was cut into pieces of meters each. Find the number of pieces produced.
It took Noah one hour and a half to clean two-thirds of the house. How long will it take him to clean the whole house? Give your answer as a mixed number in hours and minutes.
- A hours,
- B hours,
- C hours,
- D hours,
- E hours,
Olivia spent , or three-quarters of her pocket money, on books. How much pocket money did she have before she bought the books?
Calculate . Give your answer in its simplest form.
Use the diagram to find (i.e., the number that is of).
Elizabeth gets an allowance of $3.00 per month. She has found out that it is times what Emma gets but only of what Olivia gets. How much allowance do Emma and Olivia get?
- AEmma: $4.50, Olivia: $3.67
- BEmma: $2.00, Olivia: $4.50
- CEmma: $1.50, Olivia: $4.50
- DEmma: $4.50, Olivia: $2.00
- EEmma: $2.00, Olivia: $2.33