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Written math problems for 6th graders
(1) If one tree was worth 25 cents, how much could a land owner expect to collect, if he had 52 trees per acre and had 6 acres total?
(2) If one tree was cut into 5 logs, and each log was 16 feet long, about how tall was the tree?
(3) Lets say that a flat bed car held 12 logs and each log measures 16 feet long, how many feet of logs were there total?
(4) A truck is defined as a 4 wheel connection, a train engine has two trucks, if the train pulled 6 flat bed cars, including the engine and caboose, how many wheels would it take to carry the train? Remember the flat cars and the caboose also had 1 truck per side.
(5) If an engineer made $65.00 a month and his son, a lumberjack made $37.00 a month, what was the yearly total for both men?
(6) If a man worked 50 hours total, Monday through Friday and 6 hours on Saturday, assuming the year had 52 weeks, how many hours could he expect to work for the year, total?
(7) Lets assume that six men ate two pieces of pie and a large pie had 6 pieces, how many pie’s would the cook need for the six men?
(8) The lumber camp children went to Bethany School, lets say there were 18 children total, each pupil needed a little blue speller at $1.25, a McGuffy reader at $1.10 and an arithmetic book at 98 cents, how much total money would a child need if he included a Red Indian Chief tablet at 5 cents? How much money would the teacher collect for the 18 children?
(9) The Greene County timber removal took about 8 years, lets say that 10,300 trees were removed yearly, how many trees were removed for the 8 years total?
(10) If a tree grew 1 foot and 6 inches tall a year, how many years would it take the tree to grow 30 feet tall?
The answers to these problems may be found on the "Other Projects" page.