Posted by dad pulling out his hair on .
Yes I am not smarter than a 6th grader.
How do I show the math and in the simplest form for the following:
A sixth grade class has 100 sheets of lightweight paper. They use 3/4 of the paper for a collection of class poems. What is the total thickness of the paper they use?

6th grade math 
Ms. Sue,
You need to know the thickness of the 100 sheets to solve this problem.

6th grade math 
dad pulling out his hair,
100 sheets of lightweight paper is 3/10 in

6th grade math 
Ms. Sue,
This is a multiplication of fractions problem.
(3/10) * (3/4) = 9/40 in.
If you wanted to use a calculator, change the fractions to decimals.
0.3 * 0.75 = 0.225 in. 
6th grade math 
kamil,
75 papers thickness

6th grade math 
Ms.Poo,
Umm I don't know!

6th grade math 
Myracle,
I need to know how to work this work sheet. For each of the following regions, shade in the given percentage of the given percentage of its area.

6th grade math 
Anonymous,
00000000

6th grade math 
kenya,
00000000

6th grade math 
ain,
1

6th grade math 
Parker,
The equation below shows how Mandy decides how much juice to buy for a party. In the equation, g is the number of gallons of juice she buys, and t is the length of the party in hours.
g=3t+5 
6th grade math 
kiar,
95

6th grade math 
kat,
72 times 50 answer

6th grade math 
Jason,
Simplest form of 0.8

6th grade math 
Averie I'm a 6th grader,
Well to find the simplest form just divide both numbers by the same number they can both go into equally

6th grade math 
Harley,
what question?

6th grade math 
jessica,
jada has 7/8 cup of cheese. Her cheese bread recipe calls for 1/6 cup of cheese. How many times can she make her recipe can she make a recipe with her cheese she has.

6th grade math 
Davionna johnsn,
Find the value for x and the scale factor

6th grade math 
Katiy,
3/4 of the width
12/40in in all
12÷4×3=9
9/40