# 6th Grade Math Worksheets

Count on our printable 6th grade math worksheets with answer keys for a thorough practice. With strands drawn from vital math topics like ratio, multiplication, division, fractions, common factors and multiples, rational numbers, algebraic expressions, integers, one-step equations, ordered pairs in the four quadrants, and geometry skills like determining area, surface area, and volume, organizing numerical data as dot plots, histograms and box plots, finding mean, median, and quartiles of datasets, these pdfs become your often go-to place. Grab your ticket to a great start with our free math worksheets for grade 6 students!

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Represent the two sets of data using a double line by choosing the suitable scale, and giving the appropriate title.

Convert Percent Data on Pie Graphs to Whole Numbers

Multiply the percent by the indicated total, and divide by 100 to convert the data values on pie graphs to whole numbers.

Analyze the data set, fill in the five-number summary, and proceed to represent it using a box and whisker plot.

Making and Interpreting Stem and Leaf Plots

Create a stem and leaf plot to illustrate the data that correspond to various scenarios, and answer questions.

Mean Absolute Deviation | Up to 6 Data Values | Level 2

Calculate the mean, absolute value of deviation, and average of the absolute values to find the MAD of 2-digit and 3-digit data.

Finding the Mean, Median, Mode, and Range | Level 1

Measure the central tendency of each data set: mean, median, and mode by observing the values, and figure out the range too.

Mean of Measures with Same Units

The data values are offered as measures with like units, order them from the least to greatest, and calculate the mean.

Mean of Numbers 1 to 9 | Up to 6 Data Points

Recall that the mean equals the sum of terms divided by number of terms, and find the mean of 4, 5, and 6 single-digit numerals.

Arrange the data values in ascending order, and determine the second quartile(median), and then the first and third quartiles.

Mean of Decimal Data | Moderate

Add up the decimal digits according to their place values, and divide by the number of values presented to obtain the mean.