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General Instructions. 
? Section-A consists of 8 parts carrying 1 mark each 
? Section-B– Q2 to Q11 carry 2 marks each 
? Section-C– Q12 to Q20 carry 3 marks each 
? Section-D– Q21 to Q25 carry 5 marks each 
============================================= 
SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The natural number _________ has no predecessor. 
(ii) 1 crore = _________ lakh. 
(iii) Two numbers having only 1 as a common factor is called __________. 
(iv) A ___________ of a line segment is a perpendicular to the line segment  
 and also divides it into two equal parts. 
(v) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never repeated. 
(vi) There are _________ even composite numbers less than 15. 
(vii) A number is divisible by 8 if number formed by last ___________ digits is 
 divisible by 8. 
(viii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just after 100909. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 4 digit number using any 4 different digits, where     
digit 9 is always at hundreds place. (Digits must not be repeated) 
Q.3. State true or false. 
(i) The whole numbers leaving zero form the collection of natural numbers. 
(ii) The successor of two digit number is always a two digit number. 
Q.4. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? TIP with TI= 4.5 cm, IP= 4.5 cm and TP= 3.4 cm. 
(ii) ?FUN with m ?F= 30º, m ?U= 60º and m ?N= 90º.  
Q.5. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 10 and then find the estimated product 
of 849 and 298. 
 
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General Instructions. 
? Section-A consists of 8 parts carrying 1 mark each 
? Section-B– Q2 to Q11 carry 2 marks each 
? Section-C– Q12 to Q20 carry 3 marks each 
? Section-D– Q21 to Q25 carry 5 marks each 
============================================= 
SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The natural number _________ has no predecessor. 
(ii) 1 crore = _________ lakh. 
(iii) Two numbers having only 1 as a common factor is called __________. 
(iv) A ___________ of a line segment is a perpendicular to the line segment  
 and also divides it into two equal parts. 
(v) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never repeated. 
(vi) There are _________ even composite numbers less than 15. 
(vii) A number is divisible by 8 if number formed by last ___________ digits is 
 divisible by 8. 
(viii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just after 100909. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 4 digit number using any 4 different digits, where     
digit 9 is always at hundreds place. (Digits must not be repeated) 
Q.3. State true or false. 
(i) The whole numbers leaving zero form the collection of natural numbers. 
(ii) The successor of two digit number is always a two digit number. 
Q.4. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? TIP with TI= 4.5 cm, IP= 4.5 cm and TP= 3.4 cm. 
(ii) ?FUN with m ?F= 30º, m ?U= 60º and m ?N= 90º.  
Q.5. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 10 and then find the estimated product 
of 849 and 298. 
 
                                       
                                                          
  
Q.6. Write four integers greater than –15. 
Q.7. The following graph shows the number of students in each class of a school. Study 
the graph and answer the questions that follow: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(i) Which class has maximum number of students? 
(ii) How many students are there in class VII and IX together? 
 
Q.8. (i) Write any two integers between –3 and 3? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 7? 
Q.9. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 34 and 55. 
(ii) 3 is the smallest prime number which is even.   
Q.10. Draw a neat diagram of each of the following : 
(i) A closed curve made up of only line segments. 
(ii) An obtuse angle with proper labels. 
Q.11. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement: 2 × 3479 ×50 
SECTION C 
Q.12 Find the least number which when divided by 18, 15 and 6 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
 
1 unit length = 20 students Y 
X 
 
120 – 
100 – 
  80 – 
  60 – 
  40 – 
  20 – 
   0 – 
                     Classes      
                    
 
VI 
VII VIII IX X 
XI 
20 
30 
60 
100 
40 
60 
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General Instructions. 
? Section-A consists of 8 parts carrying 1 mark each 
? Section-B– Q2 to Q11 carry 2 marks each 
? Section-C– Q12 to Q20 carry 3 marks each 
? Section-D– Q21 to Q25 carry 5 marks each 
============================================= 
SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The natural number _________ has no predecessor. 
(ii) 1 crore = _________ lakh. 
(iii) Two numbers having only 1 as a common factor is called __________. 
(iv) A ___________ of a line segment is a perpendicular to the line segment  
 and also divides it into two equal parts. 
(v) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never repeated. 
(vi) There are _________ even composite numbers less than 15. 
(vii) A number is divisible by 8 if number formed by last ___________ digits is 
 divisible by 8. 
(viii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just after 100909. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 4 digit number using any 4 different digits, where     
digit 9 is always at hundreds place. (Digits must not be repeated) 
Q.3. State true or false. 
(i) The whole numbers leaving zero form the collection of natural numbers. 
(ii) The successor of two digit number is always a two digit number. 
Q.4. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? TIP with TI= 4.5 cm, IP= 4.5 cm and TP= 3.4 cm. 
(ii) ?FUN with m ?F= 30º, m ?U= 60º and m ?N= 90º.  
Q.5. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 10 and then find the estimated product 
of 849 and 298. 
 
                                       
                                                          
  
Q.6. Write four integers greater than –15. 
Q.7. The following graph shows the number of students in each class of a school. Study 
the graph and answer the questions that follow: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(i) Which class has maximum number of students? 
(ii) How many students are there in class VII and IX together? 
 
Q.8. (i) Write any two integers between –3 and 3? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 7? 
Q.9. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 34 and 55. 
(ii) 3 is the smallest prime number which is even.   
Q.10. Draw a neat diagram of each of the following : 
(i) A closed curve made up of only line segments. 
(ii) An obtuse angle with proper labels. 
Q.11. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement: 2 × 3479 ×50 
SECTION C 
Q.12 Find the least number which when divided by 18, 15 and 6 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
 
1 unit length = 20 students Y 
X 
 
120 – 
100 – 
  80 – 
  60 – 
  40 – 
  20 – 
   0 – 
                     Classes      
                    
 
VI 
VII VIII IX X 
XI 
20 
30 
60 
100 
40 
60 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.13 In a given triangle HAT, name the following: 
(a) A pair of angles. 
(b) A pair of line segments. 
(c) A point in the interior and a point in the 
exterior of  ? HAT. 
 
Q.14 Write the measure of a right angle, a straight angle and an acute angle.  
(Figures not required) 
Q.15 Draw a circle and mark a segment and a diameter using proper labels. 
Q.16 Do as directed:- 
(i) Find 23 + (-47). 
(ii) Write the successor and the predecessor of –9? 
(iii) Represent the following statement as an integer with appropriate sign. 
  “900 m below sea level” 
Q.17 (i)  Write 3275829 using Indian system of numeration. 
(ii) Write the numeral of  Five million two hundred and thirty six thousand four  
       hundred and eighty seven . 
(iii)Write the expanded form of  9285723. 
Q.18 In a state, number of two wheelers sold in the year 2010 was 8,47,305. In the year 
2009 the number of two wheelers sold was 9, 00, 412. In which year were more two 
wheelers sold? And how many more? 
 
     
 
Q.19 Answer the following questions: 
(a) Where will the hand of a clock stop if it starts at 5 and makes ¼ of a revolution 
clockwise? 
(b) What part of revolution have you turned through if you stand facing south and 
turn clockwise to face east. 
(c) How many right angles do you make if you start, facing west and turn to west.  
Q.20 The Pictograph shows the number of people who like different kinds of  juices,  
where 1 ? = 10 person. 
A 
T
J 
H 
Q 
P 
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General Instructions. 
? Section-A consists of 8 parts carrying 1 mark each 
? Section-B– Q2 to Q11 carry 2 marks each 
? Section-C– Q12 to Q20 carry 3 marks each 
? Section-D– Q21 to Q25 carry 5 marks each 
============================================= 
SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The natural number _________ has no predecessor. 
(ii) 1 crore = _________ lakh. 
(iii) Two numbers having only 1 as a common factor is called __________. 
(iv) A ___________ of a line segment is a perpendicular to the line segment  
 and also divides it into two equal parts. 
(v) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never repeated. 
(vi) There are _________ even composite numbers less than 15. 
(vii) A number is divisible by 8 if number formed by last ___________ digits is 
 divisible by 8. 
(viii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just after 100909. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 4 digit number using any 4 different digits, where     
digit 9 is always at hundreds place. (Digits must not be repeated) 
Q.3. State true or false. 
(i) The whole numbers leaving zero form the collection of natural numbers. 
(ii) The successor of two digit number is always a two digit number. 
Q.4. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? TIP with TI= 4.5 cm, IP= 4.5 cm and TP= 3.4 cm. 
(ii) ?FUN with m ?F= 30º, m ?U= 60º and m ?N= 90º.  
Q.5. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 10 and then find the estimated product 
of 849 and 298. 
 
                                       
                                                          
  
Q.6. Write four integers greater than –15. 
Q.7. The following graph shows the number of students in each class of a school. Study 
the graph and answer the questions that follow: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(i) Which class has maximum number of students? 
(ii) How many students are there in class VII and IX together? 
 
Q.8. (i) Write any two integers between –3 and 3? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 7? 
Q.9. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 34 and 55. 
(ii) 3 is the smallest prime number which is even.   
Q.10. Draw a neat diagram of each of the following : 
(i) A closed curve made up of only line segments. 
(ii) An obtuse angle with proper labels. 
Q.11. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement: 2 × 3479 ×50 
SECTION C 
Q.12 Find the least number which when divided by 18, 15 and 6 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
 
1 unit length = 20 students Y 
X 
 
120 – 
100 – 
  80 – 
  60 – 
  40 – 
  20 – 
   0 – 
                     Classes      
                    
 
VI 
VII VIII IX X 
XI 
20 
30 
60 
100 
40 
60 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.13 In a given triangle HAT, name the following: 
(a) A pair of angles. 
(b) A pair of line segments. 
(c) A point in the interior and a point in the 
exterior of  ? HAT. 
 
Q.14 Write the measure of a right angle, a straight angle and an acute angle.  
(Figures not required) 
Q.15 Draw a circle and mark a segment and a diameter using proper labels. 
Q.16 Do as directed:- 
(i) Find 23 + (-47). 
(ii) Write the successor and the predecessor of –9? 
(iii) Represent the following statement as an integer with appropriate sign. 
  “900 m below sea level” 
Q.17 (i)  Write 3275829 using Indian system of numeration. 
(ii) Write the numeral of  Five million two hundred and thirty six thousand four  
       hundred and eighty seven . 
(iii)Write the expanded form of  9285723. 
Q.18 In a state, number of two wheelers sold in the year 2010 was 8,47,305. In the year 
2009 the number of two wheelers sold was 9, 00, 412. In which year were more two 
wheelers sold? And how many more? 
 
     
 
Q.19 Answer the following questions: 
(a) Where will the hand of a clock stop if it starts at 5 and makes ¼ of a revolution 
clockwise? 
(b) What part of revolution have you turned through if you stand facing south and 
turn clockwise to face east. 
(c) How many right angles do you make if you start, facing west and turn to west.  
Q.20 The Pictograph shows the number of people who like different kinds of  juices,  
where 1 ? = 10 person. 
A 
T
J 
H 
Q 
P 
                                       
                                                        
  
Juices  Number of people 
Orange  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Grape  ? ? ? 
Apple  ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Mixed fruit  ? ? ? ? 
 
Study the given pictograph and answer the following questions: 
(a) Which juice is liked by minimum number of people? 
(b) How many people like mixed fruit juice? 
(c) Which juice is liked by 60 people? 
SECTION D 
Q.21 (i) Find the sum 54 + (–149) + (–37). 
(ii)Use number line and add the following: (–4) + 6 + (–7) 
Q.22 Study the given figure carefully and answer the following questions. 
(a) Name a quadrilateral. 
(b) Name the lines intersecting at O. 
(c) Name a sector. 
(d) Name a chord of the circle. 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.23 Find the value of given expression using suitable property.  
(a) 348 × 18 + 348 × 2 
(b) 2948 + 543 + 1352 + 357 (Use suitable rearrangement) 
Q.24 The number of colour boxes sold in a stationery shop on six consecutive days are as 
 follows: 
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General Instructions. 
? Section-A consists of 8 parts carrying 1 mark each 
? Section-B– Q2 to Q11 carry 2 marks each 
? Section-C– Q12 to Q20 carry 3 marks each 
? Section-D– Q21 to Q25 carry 5 marks each 
============================================= 
SECTION A 
Q.1. Fill in the blanks:-                   
(i) The natural number _________ has no predecessor. 
(ii) 1 crore = _________ lakh. 
(iii) Two numbers having only 1 as a common factor is called __________. 
(iv) A ___________ of a line segment is a perpendicular to the line segment  
 and also divides it into two equal parts. 
(v) The Roman numeral symbol, __________ is never repeated. 
(vi) There are _________ even composite numbers less than 15. 
(vii) A number is divisible by 8 if number formed by last ___________ digits is 
 divisible by 8. 
(viii) _________ is a whole number which occurs just after 100909. 
     SECTION B       
Q.2. Make the greatest and smallest 4 digit number using any 4 different digits, where     
digit 9 is always at hundreds place. (Digits must not be repeated) 
Q.3. State true or false. 
(i) The whole numbers leaving zero form the collection of natural numbers. 
(ii) The successor of two digit number is always a two digit number. 
Q.4. Name the type of triangles: 
(i) ? TIP with TI= 4.5 cm, IP= 4.5 cm and TP= 3.4 cm. 
(ii) ?FUN with m ?F= 30º, m ?U= 60º and m ?N= 90º.  
Q.5. Estimate each of the following to the nearest 10 and then find the estimated product 
of 849 and 298. 
 
                                       
                                                          
  
Q.6. Write four integers greater than –15. 
Q.7. The following graph shows the number of students in each class of a school. Study 
the graph and answer the questions that follow: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(i) Which class has maximum number of students? 
(ii) How many students are there in class VII and IX together? 
 
Q.8. (i) Write any two integers between –3 and 3? 
(ii)What is the additive inverse of – 7? 
Q.9. Correct the following statement by replacing a word or a number? 
(i) There are 21 whole numbers between 34 and 55. 
(ii) 3 is the smallest prime number which is even.   
Q.10. Draw a neat diagram of each of the following : 
(i) A closed curve made up of only line segments. 
(ii) An obtuse angle with proper labels. 
Q.11. Evaluate using the suitable rearrangement: 2 × 3479 ×50 
SECTION C 
Q.12 Find the least number which when divided by 18, 15 and 6 leaves remainder 5 in 
 each  case. 
 
 
1 unit length = 20 students Y 
X 
 
120 – 
100 – 
  80 – 
  60 – 
  40 – 
  20 – 
   0 – 
                     Classes      
                    
 
VI 
VII VIII IX X 
XI 
20 
30 
60 
100 
40 
60 
                                       
                                                        
  
Q.13 In a given triangle HAT, name the following: 
(a) A pair of angles. 
(b) A pair of line segments. 
(c) A point in the interior and a point in the 
exterior of  ? HAT. 
 
Q.14 Write the measure of a right angle, a straight angle and an acute angle.  
(Figures not required) 
Q.15 Draw a circle and mark a segment and a diameter using proper labels. 
Q.16 Do as directed:- 
(i) Find 23 + (-47). 
(ii) Write the successor and the predecessor of –9? 
(iii) Represent the following statement as an integer with appropriate sign. 
  “900 m below sea level” 
Q.17 (i)  Write 3275829 using Indian system of numeration. 
(ii) Write the numeral of  Five million two hundred and thirty six thousand four  
       hundred and eighty seven . 
(iii)Write the expanded form of  9285723. 
Q.18 In a state, number of two wheelers sold in the year 2010 was 8,47,305. In the year 
2009 the number of two wheelers sold was 9, 00, 412. In which year were more two 
wheelers sold? And how many more? 
 
     
 
Q.19 Answer the following questions: 
(a) Where will the hand of a clock stop if it starts at 5 and makes ¼ of a revolution 
clockwise? 
(b) What part of revolution have you turned through if you stand facing south and 
turn clockwise to face east. 
(c) How many right angles do you make if you start, facing west and turn to west.  
Q.20 The Pictograph shows the number of people who like different kinds of  juices,  
where 1 ? = 10 person. 
A 
T
J 
H 
Q 
P 
                                       
                                                        
  
Juices  Number of people 
Orange  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Grape  ? ? ? 
Apple  ? ? ? ? ? ? 
Mixed fruit  ? ? ? ? 
 
Study the given pictograph and answer the following questions: 
(a) Which juice is liked by minimum number of people? 
(b) How many people like mixed fruit juice? 
(c) Which juice is liked by 60 people? 
SECTION D 
Q.21 (i) Find the sum 54 + (–149) + (–37). 
(ii)Use number line and add the following: (–4) + 6 + (–7) 
Q.22 Study the given figure carefully and answer the following questions. 
(a) Name a quadrilateral. 
(b) Name the lines intersecting at O. 
(c) Name a sector. 
(d) Name a chord of the circle. 
 
 
 
 
 
Q.23 Find the value of given expression using suitable property.  
(a) 348 × 18 + 348 × 2 
(b) 2948 + 543 + 1352 + 357 (Use suitable rearrangement) 
Q.24 The number of colour boxes sold in a stationery shop on six consecutive days are as 
 follows: 
                                       
                                                        
  
 
 
Days   Monday Tuesday  Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 
Number of colour 
boxes sold     
25 60 30 45 35 65 
  
 
 Draw a bar graph to represent the above information choosing an appropriate scale. 
 
Q.25. Three tankers contain 750 litres, 425 litres and 1050 litres of diesel respectively. 
Find  the maximum capacity of a container that can measure the diesel of the three 
containers exact number of times. 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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