Addition, subtraction, multiplication and decimal and Euclidean division through a series of corrected 6th grade math exercises on the 4 operations. The student should master the four operations and be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in rows and columns. He should also master the different criteria of divisibility as well as the vocabulary of sum, difference, product and quotient.
In 6th grade, students learn to use the four fundamental operations of arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Numerous corrected exercises that allow students to practice online on materials similar to their textbook and to develop their skills in the four operations through calculations and problem solving.
This worksheet on the 4 operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and decimal and Euclidean division are corrected and written by a team of sixth grade teachers.
You can download these math exercises on the 4 operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and decimal and Euclidean division for the sixth grade (6ème) for free in PDF format.
a. 0.065×10 b. 79.2x 1,000 c. 71.47 x 100 d. 0.34 x 1,000 e. 87 x 100
f. 934 x 10 g. 0.001 x 1,000 h. 0.05 x 10 000.
Convert the following lengths:
a. 84 km in m. b. 84 hm in m. c. 84 mm in m. d. 84 dm in m.
e. 3.1 hm in km. f. 3,1 dam in m. g. 3.1 m in hm.
Mentally calculate the following additions:
a. 5,6 + 7,2 b. 2,2 + 6,3 c. 3,5 + 7,1 d. 6,3 + 7,6 e. 9+ 3,5 f. 2,9 + 6,5 g. 5,8 + 9,3
Mentally calculate the following subtractions:
a. 5,5 – 4,3 b. 4,6 – 0,5 c. 2,8 – 2,1 d. 6,7 – 0,5 e. 3,8 – 3,5 f. 4,6 – 2,8 g. 9,7 – 5,9.
Place the comma in the number written in bold type so that the equality is true.
Put the following multiplications and calculate.
Copy and place correctly the comma in red in the underlined numbers:
Putting down the multiplication to calculate :
– the product of 5.4 by 60.9 ;
– the product of 7.536 by 8.6 .
Copy and give the result:
Calculate the following products by making clever groupings:
3/ Give the fundamental property of the course that allowed you to perform these calculations.
Perform the following decimal divisions to find the exact decimal quotient.
1/ For one concert, ten thousand tickets were sold.
The ticket costs 11 € 20. What is the recipe?
2/ A ten-car train carries cars with a unit price of
There are ten cars per wagon.
How much money is in all the cars on this train?
Skills to learn about addition, subtraction, multiplication and division:
- Know the definition of a term, sum and difference, product and quotient;
- Know how to add in rows and columns
- Know how to subtract in rows and columns;
- know how to multiply and multiply by 10, 100, 1000, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001 etc…
- Give an order of magnitude of a sum, product, quotient or difference
These exercises are in accordance with the official programs of thenational education.
In addition, you can continue with the following sixth grade courses:
- A course on addition and subtraction;
- Course on multiplication
- Euclidean and decimal division course
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