Math Grade 6 Quiz Ratio and Rate Reasoning – 6.RP.A.3
This quiz tests your ability to apply ratio and rate reasoning to solve problems that you might encounter in real life or within mathematical contexts. It involves thinking through tables of equivalent ratios, tape diagrams, double number line diagrams, or equations to find solutions.
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A car travels 300 kilometers in 6 hours. How far will it travel in 8 hours at the same speed?
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2. Question
If 3 pencils cost $1.50, how much would 8 pencils cost at the same rate?
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A recipe calls for 2 cups of flour for every 3 cups of sugar. How much flour is needed for 9 cups of sugar?
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If a person walks 4 miles in one hour, how many miles can they walk in 3 hours?
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5. Question
A machine can produce 200 units in 5 hours. How many units can it produce in 15 hours?
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6. Question
If 5 bags of apples weigh 20 pounds, how much do 15 bags of apples weigh?
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7. Question
A store sells 6 bottles of water for $3. How much would 20 bottles cost?
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8. Question
A cyclist covers 45 kilometers in 3 hours. How many kilometers will they cover in 5 hours at the same speed?
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9. Question
If 8 workers can build a wall in 10 hours, how long would it take 16 workers to build the same wall, assuming they work at the same rate?
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A packet of 3 batteries costs $12. How much would 5 packets cost?
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