Category: Grade Six Mathematics

GSAT Maths Lessons

6th Grade GSAT LESSONS and EXERCISES

Categories / Description GSAT MATH LESSONS: 6th Grade Didn’t understand something in school, check out these video explanations. GSAT MATH EXERCISES: 6th Grade Put the GSAT Mathematics lessons you learn into practice. Try an animated GSAT Mathematics Quiz or Exercises. We make GSAT Maths fun! GSAT LANGUAGE ARTS LESSONS: 6th Grade Need more tutorial in…...

Grade Six Math Interactive Games

Whole numbers A.1Place values in whole numbers A.2Word names for numbers A.3Roman numerals A.4Add and subtract whole numbers A.5Add and subtract whole numbers: word problems Multiplication B.1Multiply whole numbers B.2Multiply whole numbers: word problems B.3Multiply whole numbers with four or more digits B.4Multiply numbers ending in zeroes B.5Multiply numbers ending in zeroes: word problems B.6Multiply…...

Fraction problem generator, thousands of questions

Select your worksheet topic: What is a fraction? (Basic introduction to fractions) Equivalent Fractions & Simplifying Fractions Proper Fractions, Improper Fractions and Mixed Fractions The Highest Common Factor (HCF) and the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) Comparing Common Fractions Adding and Subtracting Fractions Multiplying Fractions Dividing Fractions Finding a fraction of a quantity Read more →...

St. Vincent 2006 – 2011 Mathematics Past Papers

MATHEMATICS COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS 2006 COMMON ENTRANCE ANSWER SHEET MATHEMATICS 2006 COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS 2007 COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS EXAM ANSWER SHEET YEAR 2007 COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS 2008 (New) COMMON ENTRANCE ANSWER SHEET MATHEMATICS 2008 (New) COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS EXAM 2009 (New) COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS ANSWER SHEET 2009 (New) COMMON ENTRANCE MATHEMATICS EXAM 2010 COMMON ENTRANCE ANSWER SHEET MATHEMATICS 2010 (New)…...

Lowest Common Multiple

Example 1 What is the least common multiple of 18 and 12? This can be cone in one of two ways:prime factorisation and a listing of all the multiples of the numbers involved until you find the one common to them all. 1) Prime Factorisation We find the prime factor of both numbers (i.e. 18…...

Introduction to Exponents

An exponent is the idea of repeated multiplication. Example 1 23 This is not 2×3. Recall the description of “repeated multiplications” So the above problem represents the multiplication of the number 2 three times. 2 x 2 x 2 = 8 Example 2 32 This problem is completed in much the same way. 3 x…...