Skills Bank
Textbook
6 Math Nelson
Chapter
Chapter 1
Section
Skills Bank
Solutions 18 Videos

Kendra is selling cookies for her community hall. She sells one box for $2.50. a) Make a table of values to show the cost for one to seven boxes. b) Determine the cost of eight boxes. Use a pattern rule. Show your work. Buy to View Q1 Lucas is selling apples for his community group. He sells 1 apple for$0.75.

a) Make a table of values to show the cost of one to four apples.

b) Determine the cost of eight apples. Use a pattern rule. Show your work.

c) Determine the cost of 76 apples. Use a pattern rule. Show your work.

Q2

Frozen orange juice comes in 355 mL cans. To make one batch, you add three cans of water.

a) What is the total volume of five batches of orange juice?

b) Determine the volume of 10 batches. Use a pattern rule. Show your work.

Q3

a) Determine the term number and perimeter of each of these four shapes.

b) Determine the perimeter of the 10th shape. Use a pattern rule. Show your work. Q4

There are four seats in each row of a bus except for the last row, which has 5 seats. The total number of seats can be written as  5 + r x 4. Determine the number of seats in a bus for each value r.

a) 5

b) 12

c) 8

Q5

Six parents are going on a school trip with some students.

a) Write a math expression describing the number of people on the trip. Represent the number of students with the symbol s.

b) Determine the number of people on the trip for each value of s.

i. 25

ii. 36

Q6

Julie is stacking nickels from her coin collection. There are five nickels in the first stack and each stack has one more nickel added to it.

a) Graph the value of the stack in cents compared to the number of nickels.

b) Describe the graph and the pattern.

c) Determine the value of the nickels in the 10th stack using a pattern rule. Show your work.

Q7

a) Draw the next two shapes in this pattern.

b) Record the number of squares in each of the 1st five shapes in a table.

c) Graph the number of squares‘in each shape compared to the number of the shape. Q8

In total, how much string is needed to cut lengths of 0.1 m, 0.3 m, 0.5 m, 0.7 m, 0.9 m, 1.1 m, 1.3 m, 1.5 m, 1.7 m, 1.9 m, 2.1 m, 2.3 m, 2.5 m, 2.7 m, and 2.9 m?

Q9

In a 20 km bicycle race, there is a judge at the beginning, at the end, and at every kilometre in between. How many judges are there?

Q10

If the expressions are equal, replace the square with an equal sign. If they are not equal, change a number in one expression to make them equal.

\displaystyle 3 \square 0+3

Q11a

If the expressions are equal, replace the square with an equal sign. If they are not equal, change a number in one expression to make them equal.

\displaystyle 7+6 \square 4+9

Q11b

If the expressions are equal, replace the square with an equal sign. If they are not equal, change a number in one expression to make them equal.

\displaystyle 7-2 \square 6+3

Q11c

If the expressions are equal, replace the square with an equal sign. If they are not equal, change a number in one expression to make them equal.

\displaystyle 3 \times 6 \square  \displaystyle 9 \times 2

Q11d

If the expressions are equal, replace the square with an equal sign. If they are not equal, change a number in one expression to make them equal.

\displaystyle 8+5 \square 8-3

\displaystyle 8 \times \square =12 \times 3