Math Grade 6 Quiz Using Variables in Expressions – 6.EE.B.6
The topic CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.B.6 focuses on the use of variables to represent numbers in the context of realworld or mathematical problems. This standard emphasizes understanding that a variable can signify an unknown quantity or any number within a certain range, depending on the context. This concept is foundational in algebra, facilitating the
representation of mathematical relationships and the solution of problems where specific values
may not be immediately known.
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Susan has x apples. If she buys 5 more, how many apples does she have?
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John runs y miles every day. How many miles does he run in a week?
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A rectangle has a length of l and a width of w. What is the expression for the area of the rectangle?
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Maria saved m dollars each month. How much will she have saved after a year?
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A car travels s miles per hour. How far will it travel in 6 hours?
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If there are b books on a shelf and 3 shelves, how many books are there in total?
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A movie theater has c rows of seats, with 10 seats in each row. How many seats are in the theater?
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If a book costs d dollars, how much would 4 books cost?
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