This worksheet is targeted at students in grade 6, featuring a range of multiplication word problems that incorporate everyday life and industrial contexts. It asks students to calculate the total output of a factory in terms of screws produced per day, the amount of gasoline a car consumes over a certain distance, the weight of apples harvested from a farm annually, and the total weight a truck can carry. Other questions require determining the total area of a field, the number of books a librarian needs to organize, the revenue from selling coffee each day, and the seating capacity of a movie theater.
The worksheet is intended to strengthen students’ multiplication skills and their ability to apply these skills to solve complex real-world problems. It teaches students how to translate word problems into mathematical equations that can be solved using multiplication. The problems are designed to be relevant to the students’ understanding of the world, such as in the context of production, transportation, and retail, thereby helping them see the practical applications of math in everyday situations. The goal is for students to develop confidence in their mathematical abilities and to understand the role of multiplication in various aspects of daily life and industry.