# Math Quiz For Grade 6

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##### Power & Indices

Power and indices are ways to write repeated multiplication in a shorter and more concise way. For example, 2 to the power of 3, which is written as 2^3, means that 2 is multiplied by itself 3 times.

This quiz will test your knowledge of power and indices, including:

1. Understanding the concept of powers and indices
2. Using powers and indices to write repeated multiplication
3. Evaluating powers and indices
4. Simplifying expressions involving powers and indices

Ready to get started? But before that let’s read a fun story.

Once upon a time, there was a young sixth-grader named Max who was learning about power and indices in math class. Max was a bright student, but he was struggling to understand the concept.

One day, after school, Max was sitting in his room trying to do his math homework when he fell asleep. When he woke up, he found himself in a strange land.

Max was surrounded by numbers and symbols of all sizes and colors. The numbers and symbols were talking and laughing, and they seemed to be very happy.

“Hello,” said Max. “Where am I?”

“You are in the Power and Indices Kingdom,” said a large number with a friendly smile. “I am King Power and Indices. What brings you to my kingdom?”

• Q-1
•  A delivery company charges \$300 for the first package and then decreases the price by a constant amount, c, for each additional package. If a delivery of 20 packages costs \$5,050, find the value of c.

• Q-2
•  In a painting competition, the first prize is \$200. Each subsequent prize is \$15 less than the previous prize. Find the total value of the first 10 prizes.

• Q-3
• Which of the following represent 64?

• Q-4
• Simplify: (1/27)

• Q-5
• What is the value of 100 X 20?

• Q-6
• What is the value of 2⁴?

• Q-7
• How can we express 729?

• Q-8
• Simplify (2 + 3) to the power of 2.

• Q-9
• A caterer makes 10 cookies on the first day, 12 on the second day, and 14 on the third day. She continues making cookies in this way, adding 2 cookies each day. How many cookies will she have made in total after 16 days?

• Q-10
• What is the value of (2)4?