Ch.10 Skills Bank
Textbook
6 Math Nelson
Chapter
Chapter 10
Section
Ch.10
Solutions 34 Videos

To estimate  7.9 \div 4, Emily rounded 7.9 to 8.0. Show how to complete her estimate.

Q1

Estimate. Explain how you estimated one answer.

12.75 \div 6

Q2a

Estimate. Explain how you estimated one answer.

4.6 \div 8

Q2b

Estimate. Explain how you estimated one answer.

 16.56 \div 6

Q2c

Estimate. Explain how you estimated one answer.

 0.85 \div 7

Q2d

This rectangle has an area of 20.7 m^2. Estimate its width.

Q3

When Eric calculated 17.45 \div 3 on his calculator, he got this result.

5.816666667

Q4

Brianna and her two friends bought a $26.99 music CD to share. a) Estimate the cost of each person’s share. b) Determine the cost of each person’s share. Use your calculator. Buy to View Q5 Determine each money amount. Use your calculator.$1.75 divided five ways

$1.58 divided six ways Buy to View Q6b Determine each money amount. Use your calculator.$40.57 divided eight ways
A package of six small Metis flags costs $12.99. a) Determine the price of one flag. Use your calculator. b) Estimate to show that your answer is reasonable. Buy to View Q7 Calculate. 18.9 \div 9 Buy to View Q8a Calculate. 42.5 \div 5 Buy to View Q8b Calculate. 7.6 \div 4 Buy to View Q8c Calculate. 18.4 \div 2 Buy to View Q8d Calculate. 2.0 \div 5 Buy to View Q8e Calculate. 13.2 \div 6 Buy to View Q8f a) Estimate to check one quotient in Question 8. Show what you did. b) Use multiplication to check another quotient in Question 8. Buy to View Q9 The perimeter of this regular hexagon is 9.0 m. What is the length of each side? Buy to View Q10 A rectangular park measuring 4.0 km by 4.6 km is divided into 8 equal sections. What is the area of each section? Buy to View Q11 Michelle and her friends run on treadmills at their community centre. They recorded the total times and distances they ran. a) How far did each person run each hour? Show your work. b) Use multiplication to check one answer from Part a). Show what you did. c) Use estimation to check another answer from Part a). Show what you did. Buy to View Q12 Calculate. Use mental math. 52.5 \div 10=? Buy to View Q13a Calculate. Use mental math. 415 \div 10 Buy to View Q13b Calculate. Use mental math. 7.8 \div 100 =? Buy to View Q13c Calculate. Use mental math.  47.7 \div 100 Buy to View Q13d Calculate. Use mental math. 155 \div 1000 =? Buy to View Q13e Calculate. Use mental math. 4230 \div 10 000 Buy to View Q13f A 4.0 L container of apple juice is poured equally into 10 smaller containers. How much juice is in each container? Buy to View Q14 a) Calculate 45 \div 10. b) Explain how you can use your answer in Part a) to calculate 45 \div 100. Buy to View Q15 Shelby's bike wheels turn 10 000 times. If the bike travels 21 000 m, what is the distance around her wheels? Buy to View Q16 Laura subtracted 0.5 from her age, and divided that result by 3. The final answer was 4. How old is Laura? Buy to View Q17 The blue boxes are equal in mass. What is the mass of one blue box? Buy to View Q18 Erin received$40.00 for her birthday. She spent $7.50 for a movie ticket. Then she bought a bag of popcorn for herself and each of her three friends. Now she has$10.50 left. What is the cost of each bag of popcorn?