# Lesson Worksheet: One-step Equations: Multiplication and Division Mathematics • 6th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice writing and solving one-step multiplication and division equations in questions including word problems.

Q1:

Which of the following equations does NOT belong with the others?

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Q2:

It takes James 5 times longer than it takes Olivia to get to work. If James’s journey is 70 minutes, write an equation for the time it takes Olivia to get to work. Then solve the equation.

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Q3:

Olivia has \$112 and spends \$14 each day. How long will it be until she has no money left?

Q4:

A car was traveling at a speed of 32 meters per second. At that rate, how long would it take for the car to cover a distance of 2,160 meters?

Q5:

Jacob wants to buy a smartphone that costs \$304. If he saves \$38 each week, determine in how many weeks he will be able to buy the smartphone.

Q6:

Given that 1 gallon equals 4 quarts, write and solve an equation to find the number of gallons, , in 68 quarts.

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Q7:

Mia paints one garden chair in 12 minutes. Write an equation for the number of chairs that she could paint in hours.

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Q8:

This piece of wrapping paper is too long.

Natalie wants to cut a piece which has an area of 40 cm2. Write an equation that describes how to find the length of the piece. Use for the length.

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Q9:

A rectangle’s width is one-sixth of its length. Given that the rectangle’s width is 9 inches, determine its length.

Q10:

The equation shows the total cost of a trip to the movies in relation to the number of people that attend. If a trip cost \$60, how many people attended?

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