Page 1 SUBJECT- MATHS CLASS- VI SECTION â€“ A Q1. _______ Lakh = 100 million. Q2. Successor of (-299) = ___ Q3. Product of first five whole number is (choose the correct option) _______. a) 0 b) 120 c) 24 d) 10 Q4. First five multiples of 16 = _____ Q5. Prime numbers between 0 to10 are ________. Q6. Smallest composite number is ______. Q7. A four sided polygon is called ______. Q8. A pyramid with a triangular base is called ______. Q9. If a glass of milk is 1/3 part empty, then ________ part of the glass is filled by milk. Q10. 1.007 × 100 = SECTION â€“ B Q11. Insert commas suitably and write the number name using Indian number system.- a)8546283 b)98432701 Q12. Write true or false for each â€“ a) Amongst the positive integer, 1 is the largest . b) A cuboid is an example of a prism. c) A line segment has a definite length. Q13. Find the value of 2756 × 81 + 19 × 2756 using suitable property. Q14. Using divisibility test, determine whether 38,56,061 is divisible by 11 or not. Q15. Find the HCF of the number 70, 105, and 75. Q16. Match the following - i)425 x 136 = 425 x (6+30+100) a) Commutativity under multiplication ii)2 x 49 x 50 = 2 x 50 x 49 b) Commutativity under addition iii)80+2005+20 = 80+20+2005 c) Distributivity of multiplication over addition (1/4) Page 2 SUBJECT- MATHS CLASS- VI SECTION â€“ A Q1. _______ Lakh = 100 million. Q2. Successor of (-299) = ___ Q3. Product of first five whole number is (choose the correct option) _______. a) 0 b) 120 c) 24 d) 10 Q4. First five multiples of 16 = _____ Q5. Prime numbers between 0 to10 are ________. Q6. Smallest composite number is ______. Q7. A four sided polygon is called ______. Q8. A pyramid with a triangular base is called ______. Q9. If a glass of milk is 1/3 part empty, then ________ part of the glass is filled by milk. Q10. 1.007 × 100 = SECTION â€“ B Q11. Insert commas suitably and write the number name using Indian number system.- a)8546283 b)98432701 Q12. Write true or false for each â€“ a) Amongst the positive integer, 1 is the largest . b) A cuboid is an example of a prism. c) A line segment has a definite length. Q13. Find the value of 2756 × 81 + 19 × 2756 using suitable property. Q14. Using divisibility test, determine whether 38,56,061 is divisible by 11 or not. Q15. Find the HCF of the number 70, 105, and 75. Q16. Match the following - i)425 x 136 = 425 x (6+30+100) a) Commutativity under multiplication ii)2 x 49 x 50 = 2 x 50 x 49 b) Commutativity under addition iii)80+2005+20 = 80+20+2005 c) Distributivity of multiplication over addition (1/4) Q17.Draw a rough figure and label suitably in each of the following cases â€“ a) Point P lies on line segment AB b) Line XY and line PQ intersect at M. c) Line OP and line OQ meet at O. SECTION â€“ C Q18. A box contains 4 strips of antibiotic capsules. Each strip has 9 capsules and each capsule contains 250 mg of medicine. What will be the total weight of medicine in grams in 50 such boxes? Q19. Give reasons for each- a) A square can be thought of a special rhombus. b) A square can be thought of a special rectangle. c) A rectangle can be thought of a special parallelogram. d) Square, rectangle, parallelogram are all quadrilaterals. Q20. Find the least number which on dividing by 15, 20 and 40 leaves the remainder 9. Q21. Three persons step off together for a morning walk. Their steps measure 80cm , 85cm and 90cm respectively. What is the minimum distance each person should walk so that all of them can cover that same distance in complete steps? Q22. In a canteen, a dosa costs Rs. 10 and a cup of tea costs Rs.3 Reena had a dosa and a cup of tea everyday for 11 days. How much money did she spend in the canteen? Q 23.Draw any circle and mark â€“ a) a diameter b)a radius c)a sector d)a segment Q24.Ramya bookstore sold books worth Rs.4,56,009 in the first week of March and 1,00,867 in the second week of the month. How much was the sale for the two weeks together? In which week was the sale greater and by how much? Q25.Where will the hand of a clock stop if it â€“ a) starts at 12 and makes 1 2 of a revolution, clockwise? b) starts at 2 and makes ½ of a revolution,cloclwise? c) starts at 5 and makes ¼ of a revolution, clockwise? d) starts at 5 and makes ¾ of a revolution, anticlockwise? Q26.Answer each â€“ a) write all the integers between (-8) and (-15) in ascending order. b) write 4 negative integers less than (-10) (2/4) Page 3 SUBJECT- MATHS CLASS- VI SECTION â€“ A Q1. _______ Lakh = 100 million. Q2. Successor of (-299) = ___ Q3. Product of first five whole number is (choose the correct option) _______. a) 0 b) 120 c) 24 d) 10 Q4. First five multiples of 16 = _____ Q5. Prime numbers between 0 to10 are ________. Q6. Smallest composite number is ______. Q7. A four sided polygon is called ______. Q8. A pyramid with a triangular base is called ______. Q9. If a glass of milk is 1/3 part empty, then ________ part of the glass is filled by milk. Q10. 1.007 × 100 = SECTION â€“ B Q11. Insert commas suitably and write the number name using Indian number system.- a)8546283 b)98432701 Q12. Write true or false for each â€“ a) Amongst the positive integer, 1 is the largest . b) A cuboid is an example of a prism. c) A line segment has a definite length. Q13. Find the value of 2756 × 81 + 19 × 2756 using suitable property. Q14. Using divisibility test, determine whether 38,56,061 is divisible by 11 or not. Q15. Find the HCF of the number 70, 105, and 75. Q16. Match the following - i)425 x 136 = 425 x (6+30+100) a) Commutativity under multiplication ii)2 x 49 x 50 = 2 x 50 x 49 b) Commutativity under addition iii)80+2005+20 = 80+20+2005 c) Distributivity of multiplication over addition (1/4) Q17.Draw a rough figure and label suitably in each of the following cases â€“ a) Point P lies on line segment AB b) Line XY and line PQ intersect at M. c) Line OP and line OQ meet at O. SECTION â€“ C Q18. A box contains 4 strips of antibiotic capsules. Each strip has 9 capsules and each capsule contains 250 mg of medicine. What will be the total weight of medicine in grams in 50 such boxes? Q19. Give reasons for each- a) A square can be thought of a special rhombus. b) A square can be thought of a special rectangle. c) A rectangle can be thought of a special parallelogram. d) Square, rectangle, parallelogram are all quadrilaterals. Q20. Find the least number which on dividing by 15, 20 and 40 leaves the remainder 9. Q21. Three persons step off together for a morning walk. Their steps measure 80cm , 85cm and 90cm respectively. What is the minimum distance each person should walk so that all of them can cover that same distance in complete steps? Q22. In a canteen, a dosa costs Rs. 10 and a cup of tea costs Rs.3 Reena had a dosa and a cup of tea everyday for 11 days. How much money did she spend in the canteen? Q 23.Draw any circle and mark â€“ a) a diameter b)a radius c)a sector d)a segment Q24.Ramya bookstore sold books worth Rs.4,56,009 in the first week of March and 1,00,867 in the second week of the month. How much was the sale for the two weeks together? In which week was the sale greater and by how much? Q25.Where will the hand of a clock stop if it â€“ a) starts at 12 and makes 1 2 of a revolution, clockwise? b) starts at 2 and makes ½ of a revolution,cloclwise? c) starts at 5 and makes ¼ of a revolution, clockwise? d) starts at 5 and makes ¾ of a revolution, anticlockwise? Q26.Answer each â€“ a) write all the integers between (-8) and (-15) in ascending order. b) write 4 negative integers less than (-10) (2/4) Q27.Write True or False for each â€“ a) (-100) is to the right of (-50) on the number line. b) (-26) is greater than (-25). c) Smallest negative integer is (-1). d) A deposit of Rs. 200 will be represented by (+200). Q28.Use number line and add the following integers- a) (-5) + 10 b) (-1) + (-2) + (-3) c) 8 + (-6) d) (-2) + 8 + (-4) Q29.Find the value of the following â€“ a)(-13) +35 â€“ 7 -3 b)(-67) â€“ (-45) + 98 c) (-425) + (-564) â€“ 786 d) (-55) -23 + (-478) SECTION - D Q30.Match the following- Measures of Triangle Type of Triangle i)3 sides of equal length a) Scalene ii)2 sides of equal length b) Isosceles right angled iii)all sides of different length c) Obtuse angled iv)3 acute angles d) Right angled v)1 right angle e) Equilateral vi)1 obtuse angle f) Acute angled vii)1 right angle with 2 sides of equal length g) Isosceles Q31a) Find 2 x 6 using number line. b) Find the value using suitable properties-(i)854 x 106 (ii)45673 x 92 + 8 x 45673 Q32. A) Fill in the blanks with <, > or = sign: a)45 â€“ ( -11) â€¦â€¦..57 + (-4) b)(-25) â€“ (-42) â€¦â€¦â€¦.(-42) â€“ (-25) B) A tetrahedron has â€“ Faces = â€¦â€¦ Edges = â€¦â€¦ Vertices = â€¦â€¦ (3/4) Page 4 SUBJECT- MATHS CLASS- VI SECTION â€“ A Q1. _______ Lakh = 100 million. Q2. Successor of (-299) = ___ Q3. Product of first five whole number is (choose the correct option) _______. a) 0 b) 120 c) 24 d) 10 Q4. First five multiples of 16 = _____ Q5. Prime numbers between 0 to10 are ________. Q6. Smallest composite number is ______. Q7. A four sided polygon is called ______. Q8. A pyramid with a triangular base is called ______. Q9. If a glass of milk is 1/3 part empty, then ________ part of the glass is filled by milk. Q10. 1.007 × 100 = SECTION â€“ B Q11. Insert commas suitably and write the number name using Indian number system.- a)8546283 b)98432701 Q12. Write true or false for each â€“ a) Amongst the positive integer, 1 is the largest . b) A cuboid is an example of a prism. c) A line segment has a definite length. Q13. Find the value of 2756 × 81 + 19 × 2756 using suitable property. Q14. Using divisibility test, determine whether 38,56,061 is divisible by 11 or not. Q15. Find the HCF of the number 70, 105, and 75. Q16. Match the following - i)425 x 136 = 425 x (6+30+100) a) Commutativity under multiplication ii)2 x 49 x 50 = 2 x 50 x 49 b) Commutativity under addition iii)80+2005+20 = 80+20+2005 c) Distributivity of multiplication over addition (1/4) Q17.Draw a rough figure and label suitably in each of the following cases â€“ a) Point P lies on line segment AB b) Line XY and line PQ intersect at M. c) Line OP and line OQ meet at O. SECTION â€“ C Q18. A box contains 4 strips of antibiotic capsules. Each strip has 9 capsules and each capsule contains 250 mg of medicine. What will be the total weight of medicine in grams in 50 such boxes? Q19. Give reasons for each- a) A square can be thought of a special rhombus. b) A square can be thought of a special rectangle. c) A rectangle can be thought of a special parallelogram. d) Square, rectangle, parallelogram are all quadrilaterals. Q20. Find the least number which on dividing by 15, 20 and 40 leaves the remainder 9. Q21. Three persons step off together for a morning walk. Their steps measure 80cm , 85cm and 90cm respectively. What is the minimum distance each person should walk so that all of them can cover that same distance in complete steps? Q22. In a canteen, a dosa costs Rs. 10 and a cup of tea costs Rs.3 Reena had a dosa and a cup of tea everyday for 11 days. How much money did she spend in the canteen? Q 23.Draw any circle and mark â€“ a) a diameter b)a radius c)a sector d)a segment Q24.Ramya bookstore sold books worth Rs.4,56,009 in the first week of March and 1,00,867 in the second week of the month. How much was the sale for the two weeks together? In which week was the sale greater and by how much? Q25.Where will the hand of a clock stop if it â€“ a) starts at 12 and makes 1 2 of a revolution, clockwise? b) starts at 2 and makes ½ of a revolution,cloclwise? c) starts at 5 and makes ¼ of a revolution, clockwise? d) starts at 5 and makes ¾ of a revolution, anticlockwise? Q26.Answer each â€“ a) write all the integers between (-8) and (-15) in ascending order. b) write 4 negative integers less than (-10) (2/4) Q27.Write True or False for each â€“ a) (-100) is to the right of (-50) on the number line. b) (-26) is greater than (-25). c) Smallest negative integer is (-1). d) A deposit of Rs. 200 will be represented by (+200). Q28.Use number line and add the following integers- a) (-5) + 10 b) (-1) + (-2) + (-3) c) 8 + (-6) d) (-2) + 8 + (-4) Q29.Find the value of the following â€“ a)(-13) +35 â€“ 7 -3 b)(-67) â€“ (-45) + 98 c) (-425) + (-564) â€“ 786 d) (-55) -23 + (-478) SECTION - D Q30.Match the following- Measures of Triangle Type of Triangle i)3 sides of equal length a) Scalene ii)2 sides of equal length b) Isosceles right angled iii)all sides of different length c) Obtuse angled iv)3 acute angles d) Right angled v)1 right angle e) Equilateral vi)1 obtuse angle f) Acute angled vii)1 right angle with 2 sides of equal length g) Isosceles Q31a) Find 2 x 6 using number line. b) Find the value using suitable properties-(i)854 x 106 (ii)45673 x 92 + 8 x 45673 Q32. A) Fill in the blanks with <, > or = sign: a)45 â€“ ( -11) â€¦â€¦..57 + (-4) b)(-25) â€“ (-42) â€¦â€¦â€¦.(-42) â€“ (-25) B) A tetrahedron has â€“ Faces = â€¦â€¦ Edges = â€¦â€¦ Vertices = â€¦â€¦ (3/4) Q33.a) Find the LCM of 48, 108 and 216. b) Write the prime factorization of greatest 4 digit number. Hence, write its prime factors. c) Check whether 17 and 68 are co-prime or not? Q34.(i) Find using distributive property-(a)824 x 25 (b)728 x 101 (ii) Write in Roman numbers: (a)99 (b)87 (iii) Estimate using nearest 100 :- 4,89,348 â€“ 48,365 Q35.Draw a rough sketch of a quadrilateral PINK.State, a) 2 pairs of opposite sides b) 2 pairs of opposite angles c) 2 pairs of adjacent sides d) 2 pairs of adjacent angles. â€¦â€¦â€¦. X â€¦â€¦â€¦. (4/4)Read More

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