Ch.10 Problems Bank
Textbook
6 Math Nelson
Chapter
Chapter 10
Section
Ch.10
Solutions 10 Videos

Natalie used a calculator to divide a decimal number of the 2 form \square. \square \square by 6. The answer was about 1.5. What decimal number might she have divided?

Q1

Choose numbers to place in \square. \square \square \div \square so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 0.1.

Q2b

Choose numbers to place in \square. \square \square \div \square so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 0.1.

Q2b

Choose numbers to place in \square. \square \square \div \square so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 0.5.

Q2c

Choose numbers to place in \square. \square \square \div \square so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.

Your quotient is close to, but not equal to, 4.5.

Q2d

Four students share \$10 equally. Each student spent half of the money he or she had. Determine how much money each student had left. Use your calculator.

Q3

The distances between the windows are equal.

a) Estimate the distance between each pair of windows.

b) Calculate the distance. Show that your estimate is reasonable. Q4

Aaron divides each of four different numbers by 10 000. Each time the digit representing the decimal one thousandths is 5. What might the numbers be?

Q5

Vanessa chose a number. She subtracted a number from her chosen number. She divided the difference by another number. She ended up with 6.5. What numbers might she have used? Show your steps.

Choose numbers to place in \square. \square \square \div \square so that when you use a calculator you get each quotient.