# 6th Grade Math Worksheets

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Explore 370+ Sixth Grade Fractions Worksheets

Multiplying Two Fractions by Cross Cancelling

Cross-cancel the common factors, and figure out the product of the uncancelled parts.

Multiplying Mixed Numbers and Fractions

Change a mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply numerators, multiply denominators, and simplify.

Multiply the dividend by the reciprocal of the divisor, cancel out the common factors, and simplify to arrive at the quotient.

Rearrange the division equation making the proper fraction as the subject, and evaluate to find the missing proper fraction.

Multiplying Two Fractions using Area Models

Represent the double-shaded rectangle in the area model as a fraction to determine the product of the indicated fractions.

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers using Arrays

Count the objects in a row and relate it to the product formed by multiplying the fraction describing each row with the array total.

Rewrite mixed numbers as fractions; cancel common factors; multiply; swap an improper product back to a mixed number.

Dividing Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Convert the mixed numbers into improper fractions; take the reciprocal of the divisor; multiply the fractions to find the answer.

Multiplying Three Fractions | Includes Mixed Numbers

Take two fractions or mixed numbers at a time, follow the usual steps and find their product, and then, proceed to the third one.

Finding the Missing Number: Multiplying Two Fractions

Find the missing multiplier, multiplicand, or the product, and fill the values to complete the multiplication equation.

Finding Missing Numbers: Multiplying Two Fractions

Isolate x on one side, and group the mixed numbers on the other side, multiply or divide them, simplify, and solve for x.

Dividing Proper and Improper Fractions

Find the multiplicative inverse of the divisor, multiply it with the dividend, and obtain the quotient upon simplification.

Teach your young learners to round off the mixed numbers to the nearest whole number and then divide the numbers to estimate the quotient.