# Questions and Key Mathematics Answers for Class 6 Elementary School Chapter 2 Debit Hi This time Jessica will share the Mathematics Problem for Class 6 Elementary School Chapter 2 Debits and Answer Keys to continue yesterday’s chapter on Round Numbers. If you haven’t read and studied it please read here.
Now we will continue to the second chapter math problems regarding Debits. Please learn the following questions.

# Mathematics Problem for Grade 6 Elementary School Chapter 2 Debits and Answer Keys

Chapter 2 is very suitable for those of you who like debit and accounting. These are some of the basic questions about Debits Jessica shared with all of you. Please do and learn. Keep on studying, yes.

## A. HAVE CROSS SIGNATURES (X) ON LETTERS A, B, C OR D ON TRUE ANSWERS!

1. 1 liter is the same as ….
a. 1 km³
b. 10 m³
c. 1 dm³
d. 1 cm³

2. 5 m³ is the same as ….
a. 5 liters
b. 50 liters
c. 500 liters
d. 5,000 liters

3. 80,000 cm³ ….. 800 liters
The right sign to fill the dots above is ….
a. >
b. <
c. =
d. + –

4. 12 hours is the same as …. minute.
a. 720
b. 72
c. 360
d. 36

5. 14,400 seconds are the same as …
a. 3 hours
b. 4 hours
c. 5 hours
d. 6 hours

6. 210 minutes is the same as …
a. 4 hours
b. 3.5 hours
c. 2.5 hours
d. 3 hours

7. To calculate the debit used the formula …
a. Volume / speed
b. Volume / hour
c. Volume / water
d. Volume / time

8. The waterfall discharge is known to be 320 liters / minute. That means that …
a. Every 320 liters of waterfall will run out in one minute
b. Every 320 liters of water will flow in the first minute
c. A total of 320 liters of water flows in every minute
d. A total of 320 liters of water will flow every hour

9. 3,000 cm³ / 60 minutes = …
The right number to fill the dots above is ….
a. 30 cm³ / minute
b. 300 cm³ / hour
c. 3,000 cm³ / hour
d. 3 cm³ / hour

10. 60 liters / 60 seconds = ….
a. 6 liters / second
b. 60 liters / second
c. 60 liters / hour
d. 60 liters / minute

11. 2 dm³ / sec = … ../hr.
a. 2 liters
b. 200 liters
c. 7,200 liters
d. 3,600 liters

12. 1 m³ / minute = 60 m³ / …
a. Seconds
b. 2 hours
c. Hour
d. 6 hours

13. …………. = 60 liters / hour
a. 10 liters / minute
b. 1 liter / minute
c. 1 liter / second
d. 10 liters / minute

14. The password fills the pool using a water hose. It takes 120 minutes to fill the pool from empty to full. If the pool volume is 60 m³. Then the water discharge from the hose is …
a. 1.2 m³ / minute
b. 60 m³ / hour
c. 60 m³ / minute
d. 30 m³ / hour

15. The bathtub in Pak Joko’s house is in the form of a beam with a volume of 800 dm³. If Pak Joko takes 20 minutes to fill the tub through the water faucet. Then the tap water discharge is …
a. 20 minutes / 8 liters
b. 800 liters / hour
c. 2,400 liters / hour
d. 24 liters / hour

16. A waterfall is able to drain as much as 500 liters of water every minute. Means the waterfall discharge is ….
a. 500 liters / hour
b. 5,000 liters / hour
c. 30,000 liters / hour
d. 3,000 liters / hour

17. The water faucet in Bu Santi’s yard is capable of removing 360 liters of water every half hour. Then the tap water discharge is …
a. 12 liters / minute
b. 36 liters / minute
c. 12 liters / minute
d. 6 liters / minute

18. The waterfall in Sukamaju Village is able to drain 120 liters of water every minute. So the waterfall for 1 hour will be able to drain as much water …
a. 3,600 liters
b. 7,200 liters
c. 108 liters
d. 720 liters

19. Water discharge from the hose in the garden is 15 liters / minute. Then the time needed for the water hose to fill the 300 liter pool is …
a. 10 minutes
b. 20 minutes
c. 30 minutes
d. 40 minutes

20. The water faucets in Dika’s yard are able to drain 20 liters of water in three minutes. If Dika turns on the faucet for 30 minutes, the total water that comes out is …
a. 60 liters
b. 600 liters
c. 200 liters
d. 300 liters

21. A hose at a gas station is capable of flowing diesel by 100 liters a minute. If one buys 25 liters for his car. So to fill the tank of the car, the hose takes time …
a. 10 seconds
b. 15 seconds
c. 20 seconds
d. 25 seconds

22. The time it takes for a water hose to fill a water reservoir with a volume of 1,500 liters if the hose is 0.5 liters per second.
a. 30 minutes
b. 40 minutes
c. 50 minutes
d. 60 minutes

23. A water reservoir has a leak. The water in the reservoir is reduced by 2 liters every one minute. Officers only realized the leak after 2 hours, then immediately patched it. What is the amount of water coming out of the reservoir?
a. 120 liters
b. 200 liters
c. 250 liters
d. 240 liters

24. A water pump can drain as much as 100 liters of water every minute. If the pump is used to fill a swimming pool whose volume is 15,000 dm³. Then the time needed to fill the pool to the full is …
a. 1 hour
b. 1.5 hours
c. 2 hours
d. 2.5 hours

25. Ali fills his bathtub through a water tap. The 2.4 m³ volume bathtub was full in 20 minutes. Means the discharge of water from the faucet is ….
a. 7.2 m³ / minute
b. 7.2 m³ / sec
c. 7.2 m³ / hour
d. 72 m³ / minute

## B. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS TRUE!

1. 4,000,000 cm³ is the same as. . . . . . dm³.

2. 30,000 liters is the same as. . . . . . m³.

3. 9,000 seconds equal to. . . . . hour.

4. 3 hours equal to. . . . . . seconds.

5. 200 dm³ / 120 seconds = … .. dm³ / minute.
The right number to fill the dots above is ….

6. 42 m³ / 30 minutes = …… / hour.
The right distance to fill the points above is ….

7. ……… liters / minute = 90 liters / hour.
The right number to fill the dots above is ….

8. 35 m³ / …… = 105 m³ / hour.
The right time to fill in the points above is ….

9. A water pump every five minutes can drain as much as 125 liters of water. So the water pump discharge is … / minute.

10. Ali turned on the water pump in his house to fill a bathtub with a volume of 640 liters. If the water discharge from the pump is 3200 liters / hour. Then the time needed for the water pump to fill the tub to the brim is … minute.

## C. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS TRUE!

1. A cube-shaped gallon with a side length of 40 cm. Alia fills the gallon with a hose until it is full. If the time needed for Alia to fill the gallon is 10 minutes. So what is the flow of water produced by the hose used by Alia?

2. A dam is opened by the officer in the morning and evening, each for 2 hours. Discharge of water flowing from the dam in the morning is 600 liters per minute, then in the afternoon 450 liters per minute. Calculate the volume of water flowing every day from the dam!

3. A bathtub shaped like a beam that is 150 cm long, 120 meters wide and 100 meters high. A water faucet capable of filling the bathtub to the full takes 30 minutes. What is the water tap discharge?

4. There are two water reservoirs in the school, each with a volume of 7,200 liters of water. Budi and Andi were assigned to turn on the school water pump in each one-person reservoir. Budi turns on the water pump which can produce 120 liters of water per minute. While the water pump turned on by Andi, the discharge is 4,800 liters per hour. From this information, the water reservoir filled by who is fully charged the fastest!

5. A swimming pool with a volume of 90,000 liters is drained using 2 water pumps. Each pump can drain as much as 15,000 liters of water every hour. So what is the total time needed to drain the water until it runs out?

## KEY ANSWERS TO MATH MATHEMATICS CLASS 6 SD CHAPTER 2 DEBIT

1. c. 1 dm³
2. d. 5,000 liters
3. b. <
4. a. 720
5. b. 4 hours
6. b. 3.5 hours
7. d. Volume / time
8. c. A total of 320 liters of water flows in every minute
9. c. 3,000 cm³ / hour
10. d. 60 liters / minute
11. c. 7,200 liters
12. c. Hour
13. b. 1 liter / minute
14. d. 30 m³ / hour
15. c. 2,400 liters / hour
16. c. 30,000 liters / hour
17. a. 12 liters / minute
18. b. 7,200 liters
19. b. 20 minutes
20. c. 200 liters
21. b. 15 seconds
22. c. 50 minutes
23. d. 240 liters
24. d. 2.5 hours
25. c. 7.2 m³ / hour

1. 4,000,000: 1,000 = 4,000 dm³
2. 30,000: 1,000 = 30 m³
3. 9,000: 3,600 = 2.5 hours
4. 3 x 3,600 seconds = 10,800 seconds
5. 200 dm³ x 60 seconds: 120 seconds = 100 dm³
6. 42 m³ x 60 minutes: 30 minutes = 84 m³
7. 90 liters x 1 minute: 60 minutes = 1.5 liters
8. 35 m³ x 60 minutes: 105 m³ = 20 minutes
9. 125 liters / 5 minutes = 25 liters / minute
10. 640 liters x 60 minutes: 3200 liters = 38,400 minutes: 3200 = 12 minutes

1. Known:
Gallon form = cube
Gallon side length = 40 cm
Gallon volume = s x s x s = 40 cm x 40 cm x 40 cm = 64,000 cm³
Time to fill gallons = 10 minutes

Debits = volume / time
= 64,000 cm³ / 10 minutes
= 6,400 cm³ / minute
or
= 6.4 liters / minute
or
= 384 liters / hour

2. Known:
The dam is opened in the morning = 2 hours
The dam is opened in the afternoon = 2 hours
Discharge in the morning = 600 liters / minute
Discharge in the afternoon = 450 liters / minute

The volume of water that flows every day from the dam.
= morning volume + evening volume
= (2 hours x 600 liters / minute) + (2 hours x 450 liters / minute)
= (120 minutes x 600 liters / minute) + (120 minutes x 450 liters / minute)
= 72,000 liters + 54,000 liters
= 126,000 liters

3. Known:
Tub-shaped bathtub
The length of the tub = 150 cm
The width of the tub = 120 cm
Bathtub height = 100 cm
Bathtub volume = p x l x t
= 150 cm x 120 cm x 100 cm
= 1,800,000 cm³
= 1,800 liters

Time to fill the bath = 30 minutes

Debits = volume / time
= 1,800 liters / 30 minutes
= 3,600 liters / hour

4. Known:
Number of water reservoirs = 2 pieces
The volume of each water reservoir = 7,200 liters of water
The discharge of the water pump turned on by Budi = 120 liters / minute
The discharge of the water pump turned on by Andi = 4,800 liters / hour.

Time needed for the water pump that Budi has turned on
= Volume: discharge
= 7,200 liters: 120 liters / minute
= 60 minutes
= 1 hour

The time needed for the water pump that Andi has lit.
= 7,200 liters: 4,800 liters / hour
= 1.5 hours

So the fastest filled water reservoir is the one whose pump is turned on by Budi.

5. Known:
Volume of swimming pool = 90,000 liters
Number of water pumps used = 2 water pumps
Discharge per water pump = 15,000 liters / hour

Then the total time needed to drain the water until it runs out
= Volume: discharge
= 90,000 liters: (2 x 15,000 liters / hour)
= 90,000 liters: 30,000 liters / hour
= 3 hours

## CLOSING

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