# 180 Days of Math for Sixth Grade Day 18 Answers Key

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## 180 Days of Math for Sixth Grade Answers Key Day 18

Directions Solve each problem.

Question 1.
58 + 6 = ____
58 + 6 = 64.

Explanation:
The addition of 58 and 6 is 64.

Question 2.

6 Ã— 7 = 42.

Explanation:
The multiplication of 6 by 7 is 42.

Question 3.
-56 Ã· 7 = ______
-56 Ã· 7 = -8.

Explanation:
The division of -56 by 7 is -8.

Question 4.
What is one thousand less than 89,257?
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88,257.

Explanation:
Here, one thousand less than 89,257 will be 89,257 – 1000 which is 88,257.

Question 5.
Write 0.65 as a fraction.
_______________________
$$\frac{65}{100}$$.

Explanation:
The fraction of 0.65 is $$\frac{65}{100}$$.

Question 6.
Write the next number in this pattern. 10, 11, 20, 21, 30, 31,
__________________
10, 11, 20, 21, 30, 31, 40, 41.

Explanation:
The next number in this pattern is 40, 41. So the pattern will be 10, 11, 20, 21, 30, 31, 40, 41.

Question 7.
Find h.
59 + h = 129
h = _____
h = 70.

Explanation:
Given the expression is 59 + h = 129,
h = 129 – 59
= 70.

Question 8.
91 58 = 33
91 – 58 = 33.

Explanation:
The subtraction of 91 – 58 is 33.

Question 9.
Calculate the perimeter of the shape.

The perimeter of the hexagon is 18 cm.

Explanation:
The above shape is a hexagon and the perimeter of the hexagon is 6a. So the perimeter of the shape is
6Ã—3 = 18 cm.

Question 10.
A square has ______ diagonals.
A square has two diagonals.

Question 11.
Inside a bag of candy there are 16 lollipops, 12 pieces of chocolate, and 7 pieces of licorice. If you reach into the bag and grab a piece of candy, what is the probability you will grab a lollipop?
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The probability of grabbing a lollipop is $$\frac{16}{35}$$.

Explanation:
Given that inside a bag of candy, there are 16 lollipops, 12 pieces of chocolate, and 7 pieces of licorice. So the total number of candies is 16+12+7 which is 35 candies.Â  So the probability of grabbing a lollipop is $$\frac{16}{35}$$.

Question 12.
Use three of the numbers 3, 4, 5, 12, or 15 to complete the number sentence. Do not use any number more than once.
(___ – ___) Ã· ___ = 3