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General Instructions  : 
MATHEMATICS 
CLASS-VI 
 
 
 
 
 
I. All questions  are compulsory. 
2.  Tlte question paper consists of26 questions divided into three sections A,Band C. 
3.  Section4comprises of 10 questions of 2 marks eaclt,Section B comprises of 10 questions 
of  3 marks  each  and  section  C comprises of  6 questions  of  6 marks  each. 
 
 
 
Section-A 
 
1.  Estimate  the following  by  rounding  off  to the  nearest  hundreds  : 
439 + 334 + 4317 
 
2.  Find the  product. of  the  following  using distributive  property  : 
258 X   1008 
 
3.  Express  1375 as a  product  of  primes. 
4.  Using divisibility  rule, detennine whether  70169308 is divisible by 11.
 
5.  Fill'in:the - l;llanks : 
-·  ;.-    ·- . i . .
.
.
 
(a) (-4)  + _ = -15 
(b) _ · - 14 = -9 
 
 
6.  Put > or  < or  = sign  in  the  box. (Also  show  the working) 
(a)  (-25)- (-42)  _  (-42)- (-25) 
(b) (-49)  + c-36) - (-49)  - c-36)
 
 
7.   Draw a figure  to  represent  the  following  and  Label  suitably  : 
(a)  Point  P lies on  line  XY. 
(b)  Line  XY and  line  PQ  intersect  at Z. 
(c)  Line  P contains  E, G  and  F  but not  D. 
 
(d).OP and .OQ  meet  at  0 
 
8.  Name :thtype of  following  triangles  : 
(a)  A PQR  such  that  PQ  = QR  = PR = 8 em. 
(b)  A XYZ  with  LY = 90° and  XY = YZ. 
 
P.T.O. 
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General Instructions  : 
MATHEMATICS 
CLASS-VI 
 
 
 
 
 
I. All questions  are compulsory. 
2.  Tlte question paper consists of26 questions divided into three sections A,Band C. 
3.  Section4comprises of 10 questions of 2 marks eaclt,Section B comprises of 10 questions 
of  3 marks  each  and  section  C comprises of  6 questions  of  6 marks  each. 
 
 
 
Section-A 
 
1.  Estimate  the following  by  rounding  off  to the  nearest  hundreds  : 
439 + 334 + 4317 
 
2.  Find the  product. of  the  following  using distributive  property  : 
258 X   1008 
 
3.  Express  1375 as a  product  of  primes. 
4.  Using divisibility  rule, detennine whether  70169308 is divisible by 11.
 
5.  Fill'in:the - l;llanks : 
-·  ;.-    ·- . i . .
.
.
 
(a) (-4)  + _ = -15 
(b) _ · - 14 = -9 
 
 
6.  Put > or  < or  = sign  in  the  box. (Also  show  the working) 
(a)  (-25)- (-42)  _  (-42)- (-25) 
(b) (-49)  + c-36) - (-49)  - c-36)
 
 
7.   Draw a figure  to  represent  the  following  and  Label  suitably  : 
(a)  Point  P lies on  line  XY. 
(b)  Line  XY and  line  PQ  intersect  at Z. 
(c)  Line  P contains  E, G  and  F  but not  D. 
 
(d).OP and .OQ  meet  at  0 
 
8.  Name :thtype of  following  triangles  : 
(a)  A PQR  such  that  PQ  = QR  = PR = 8 em. 
(b)  A XYZ  with  LY = 90° and  XY = YZ. 
 
P.T.O. 
(2) 
 
9.  Draw a quadrilateral  PQRS. Draw  its diagonals and name  : 
(a) a  pair of opposite  sides 
(b)  a  pair of adjacent  angles 
 
10.   Write the number of  faces and adges of a tetrahedron. 
 
Section-B 
 
11.   Take the digits 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Make the greatest 7 digit number using one digit twice.Insert 
commas  suitably  and  write the number  name accordingly  to Indian  and International 
system of Numeration. 
12.   Find the following  using suitable  re-arrangement  : 
(a)  102 + 483 + 198 + 17 
(b)  125 X 40 X  8 X  25 
 
13.  Vikram left behind property worth Rs. 4,75,000 for his wife, Rs. 2,70,000 for his son and 
the rest to a charitable  trust.  If he had total  property of  Rs. 8,30,000  : 
(a)  How much property  did  he give to  the trust ? 
(a)  What value is depicted  by Vikram ? 
 
14.   Determine the greatest  3 digit  number exactly  dividible  by 8, 10, 12. 
15.  (a)  Using the number  line, write the integer  which is 3  less than -2. 
(b)  Using the number  line, add  the following  (-2) + 8 + (-4). 
 
16.   Subtract -26  and -15 from the sum of the 18 and -25. 
17.   From the figure  identity  : 
s R 
 
 
 
 
 
 
p  
Q
 
 
(a)  three triangles in the figure 
 
(b)  two triangles having  P as common  vertex 
(c)  any two line segment 
 
18.  Give  reasons for the following  : 
(a)  square  is a special  rhombus. 
(b)  rectangle is also  a parallelogram. 
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General Instructions  : 
MATHEMATICS 
CLASS-VI 
 
 
 
 
 
I. All questions  are compulsory. 
2.  Tlte question paper consists of26 questions divided into three sections A,Band C. 
3.  Section4comprises of 10 questions of 2 marks eaclt,Section B comprises of 10 questions 
of  3 marks  each  and  section  C comprises of  6 questions  of  6 marks  each. 
 
 
 
Section-A 
 
1.  Estimate  the following  by  rounding  off  to the  nearest  hundreds  : 
439 + 334 + 4317 
 
2.  Find the  product. of  the  following  using distributive  property  : 
258 X   1008 
 
3.  Express  1375 as a  product  of  primes. 
4.  Using divisibility  rule, detennine whether  70169308 is divisible by 11.
 
5.  Fill'in:the - l;llanks : 
-·  ;.-    ·- . i . .
.
.
 
(a) (-4)  + _ = -15 
(b) _ · - 14 = -9 
 
 
6.  Put > or  < or  = sign  in  the  box. (Also  show  the working) 
(a)  (-25)- (-42)  _  (-42)- (-25) 
(b) (-49)  + c-36) - (-49)  - c-36)
 
 
7.   Draw a figure  to  represent  the  following  and  Label  suitably  : 
(a)  Point  P lies on  line  XY. 
(b)  Line  XY and  line  PQ  intersect  at Z. 
(c)  Line  P contains  E, G  and  F  but not  D. 
 
(d).OP and .OQ  meet  at  0 
 
8.  Name :thtype of  following  triangles  : 
(a)  A PQR  such  that  PQ  = QR  = PR = 8 em. 
(b)  A XYZ  with  LY = 90° and  XY = YZ. 
 
P.T.O. 
(2) 
 
9.  Draw a quadrilateral  PQRS. Draw  its diagonals and name  : 
(a) a  pair of opposite  sides 
(b)  a  pair of adjacent  angles 
 
10.   Write the number of  faces and adges of a tetrahedron. 
 
Section-B 
 
11.   Take the digits 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Make the greatest 7 digit number using one digit twice.Insert 
commas  suitably  and  write the number  name accordingly  to Indian  and International 
system of Numeration. 
12.   Find the following  using suitable  re-arrangement  : 
(a)  102 + 483 + 198 + 17 
(b)  125 X 40 X  8 X  25 
 
13.  Vikram left behind property worth Rs. 4,75,000 for his wife, Rs. 2,70,000 for his son and 
the rest to a charitable  trust.  If he had total  property of  Rs. 8,30,000  : 
(a)  How much property  did  he give to  the trust ? 
(a)  What value is depicted  by Vikram ? 
 
14.   Determine the greatest  3 digit  number exactly  dividible  by 8, 10, 12. 
15.  (a)  Using the number  line, write the integer  which is 3  less than -2. 
(b)  Using the number  line, add  the following  (-2) + 8 + (-4). 
 
16.   Subtract -26  and -15 from the sum of the 18 and -25. 
17.   From the figure  identity  : 
s R 
 
 
 
 
 
 
p  
Q
 
 
(a)  three triangles in the figure 
 
(b)  two triangles having  P as common  vertex 
(c)  any two line segment 
 
18.  Give  reasons for the following  : 
(a)  square  is a special  rhombus. 
(b)  rectangle is also  a parallelogram. 
(3) 
 
19.  (a) How many right angles do you make if you start facing north and turn anti-clockwise to 
East ? 
(b) Where will the hour hand of a clock stop if it starts from 10 and turns through 3 right 
angles. 
(c) What traction of a clockwise revolution does the hour hand of a clock turn through, 
when it goes  from 1 to 10. 
 
20.   From the figure  name : 
(i)   2 different angles
 
B
 
(ii)   a point in the interior of LABD. 
(iii) a point in the exterior of  LCBE. 
 
 
 
Section-C 
 
21.  The number of sheet of paper available for making notebooks is 75,000. Each sheet makes 
8 pages of a notebook. Each notebook contains 200 pages. How many notebooks can be 
made from the  paper available ? 
22.   Find the value of the following (Using suitable property) : 
(a) 3891 X  41 + 3891 X  59 
(b) 81265 X 169 - 81265 X 69 
 
23.   Find the least number which when divided by 12, 16,24 and 36leaves a remainder? in each 
case. 
24. The length, breadth and height of a room are 6m 30 em, 5m 85 em and 3m 60cm 
respectively. Find the longest tape which can measure the three dimensions of the room 
exactly. 
25.   Draw any circle and  mark : 
(a) a radius 
(b) a diameter 
 
(c) a sector 
(d) a segment 
(e) an arc 
(f) a point in its interior 
 
26.   Find the value of : 
(i) 599 + (-232) + (-340) 
(ii) 76- (-4  - 36) + (20 - 18) + (-40) 
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