Grade 6 - Mathematics 3.27 Rational Numbers Word Problems

Q 1: The sum of two rational numbers is 15/16. If one of them is 121/112, find the other. 7/1 -1/7 1/7

Q 2: A man earned 37/2 dollars in one day. Out of this he spent 23/4 dollars on food, 3/2 dollars on bus fare, and 9/4 dollars on a pen. How many dollars does he have remaining with him now? 8 dollars 9/2 dollars 9 dollars

Q 3: Five pieces of satin were cut from one bale of satin. They were 13/2 m, 9/2 m, 63/10 m, 59/10 m, and 107/20 m long. Find their total length. 571/20 571/10 571/2

Q 4: On a certain day, I travelled 37/8 miles by a scooter, 75 miles by a train, and 3/2 miles on foot. What is the total distance I had travelled? 150 miles 8/649 miles 649/8 miles

Q 5: Peter had 29/4 dollars. He bought a book for 11/2 dollars. How many dollars does he have remaining with him now? 7 dollars 4 dollars 7/4 dollars

Q 6: Jacob made 7/2 gallons of fruit punch for a party -- of this 5/4 gallons was consumed. How much fruit punch is remaining now? 9 gallons 4 gallons 9/4 gallons

Q 7: The sum of two rational numbers is 17/69. If one of them is 1/23, find the other. 69/14 12/69 14/69

Q 8: Subtract the sum of 33/2 and 26/5 from 46/3 ? 15/56 56/15 -56/15

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