# 180 Days of Math for Sixth Grade Day 38 Answers Key

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## 180 Days of Math for Sixth Grade Answers Key Day 38

Directions Solve each problem.

Question 1.
What is the difference when you subtract 30 from 245?
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245-30 = 215.

Explanation:
The difference of 245-30 is 215.

Question 2. 9×7= 56.

Explanation:
By multiplying 9 and 7 we will get 9×7= 56.

Question 3.
What is the quotient of 32 divided by 8?
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32÷8 = 4.

Explanation:
The quotient of 32 divided by 8 is 32÷8 = 4.

Question 4.
Is 56,729 greater than 56,279?
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Yes.

Explanation:
Yes, 56,729 is greater than 56,279.

Question 5.
Write 0.72 as a percentage.
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72%

Explanation:
The fraction 0.72 as a percentage will be 0.72×100 = 72%.

Question 6.
What is the next number in the pattern? 5,627; 5,527; 5,427;
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5,627; 5,527; 5,427; 5,327.

Explanation:
The next number in the pattern is 5,327 as the pattern follows a countback off 100. So the pattern is 5,627; 5,527; 5,427; 5,327.

Question 7.
20 10 = 200
20×10 = 200.

Explanation:
By multiplying 20 and 10 we will get 20×10 = 200.

Question 8.
125 ÷ = 5
X = 625.

Explanation:
Let the missing digit be X, so the expression will be 125 ÷ X = 5,
X = 125×5
= 625.

Question 9.
Calculate the perimeter of a rectangle that is 8 cm by 3 cm.
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The perimeter of a rectangle = 22 cm.

Explanation:
Given the length and width is 8 cm and 3 cm, so
the perimeter of a rectangle is 2(l+w)
= 2(8+3)
= 2(11)
= 22 cm.

Question 10.
What is the name for a triangle that has exactly two equal sides?
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Isosceles triangle.

Explanation:
The name of the triangle that has exactly two equal sides is the Isosceles triangle.

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 one item, what is the probability that it will be a piece of chocolate?
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The probability that it will be a piece of chocolate is $$\frac{12}{35}$$.
Given that in a bag of candy there are 16 lollipops, 12 pieces of chocolate, and 7 pieces of licorice. So the total number of candies is 35. So the probability that it will be a piece of chocolate is $$\frac{12}{35}$$. 