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## Class 6 : Sample Paper - 9, Maths, Class 6 Class 6 Notes | EduRev

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NOTE :Attempt all the questions.
? 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                [1x10=10]
Q1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION:

(i) The distance covered along the boundary forming a closed figure when you go round the
figure once is called __________ .
(a) Area     (b) Perimeter
(c) circle     (d) None of these

(ii) Select a variable from the given options :
(a) 53     (b) -7
(c) r     (d) All of these

(iii) 1
2
? P is
(a) Twice of P minus 1.
(b) P multiplied by itself subtracted from 1.
(c) 1 subtracted from square of P.
(d) None of these

(iv) In collection of toys     of 1200 toys are only balls. The number of balls are :
(a) 800     (b) 4800
(c) 300     (d) None of these

(v) Ratio which is not equivalent to 6:4
(a) 48:32     (b) 3:2
(c) 600:400    (d) 24:64

(vi) If we move 4 numbers to the left of 1 on the number line, where will we reach?
(a) - 5     (b) 5
(c) - 3     (d) - 4

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NOTE :Attempt all the questions.
? 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                [1x10=10]
Q1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION:

(i) The distance covered along the boundary forming a closed figure when you go round the
figure once is called __________ .
(a) Area     (b) Perimeter
(c) circle     (d) None of these

(ii) Select a variable from the given options :
(a) 53     (b) -7
(c) r     (d) All of these

(iii) 1
2
? P is
(a) Twice of P minus 1.
(b) P multiplied by itself subtracted from 1.
(c) 1 subtracted from square of P.
(d) None of these

(iv) In collection of toys     of 1200 toys are only balls. The number of balls are :
(a) 800     (b) 4800
(c) 300     (d) None of these

(v) Ratio which is not equivalent to 6:4
(a) 48:32     (b) 3:2
(c) 600:400    (d) 24:64

(vi) If we move 4 numbers to the left of 1 on the number line, where will we reach?
(a) - 5     (b) 5
(c) - 3     (d) - 4

(vii) Regular pentagon has each side x units, then its perimeter is :
(a) 5x units    (b) 6x units
(c) 5 + x units      (d) 6 + x units

(viii) Write ?65 subtracted from sum of x and y? as an algebraic expression.
(a) (x – y) + 65    (b) (x + y) – 65
(c) (65 + x) – y    (d)  (y + 65) - x

SECTION – B                      [2x10=20]

Q2. Divide ` 70 in the ratio 3:4 between Satyam and Manpreet.

Q3. Find whether m = 4 is a solution of equation 17 – 3 m = 2?

Q4. (a) Write 203.078 in words.
(b) Subtract 7.8 from 12.

Q5. Solve:
(–483)+ (–682) – (–19) – (500)

Q6. Write a statement of an algebraic expression
q
p
– 2X in words. How many variables
are there in this expression?

Q7. Snow fall during the three winter months was 31.6cm, 42.35cm and 22.75cm. What
was the total snowfall in these three months?

Q8. Draw a circle of radius 2 cm. Take PQ chord in it and draw its perpendicular bisector.

Q9. (a) What fraction of numbers from 11 to 25 are multiple of 2.
(b) Write fraction with numerator 3 and denominator is more than the numerator
by 7 .

Q10. The number of halls on ground floor of hotel is 8 more than thrice the number of
halls on first floor. If first floor has p halls? How many halls does ground floor has?

Q11. The area of rectangular piece of board is 36 sq cm and its length is 9 cm. What is the
width of board?

SECTION – C                      [3x10=30]

Q12. (a) Convert 419 cm into metres.
(b) Write 3.04 as fraction and express it into lowest form.
(c) Which is greater 1.432 or 1.49?

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NOTE :Attempt all the questions.
? 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                [1x10=10]
Q1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION:

(i) The distance covered along the boundary forming a closed figure when you go round the
figure once is called __________ .
(a) Area     (b) Perimeter
(c) circle     (d) None of these

(ii) Select a variable from the given options :
(a) 53     (b) -7
(c) r     (d) All of these

(iii) 1
2
? P is
(a) Twice of P minus 1.
(b) P multiplied by itself subtracted from 1.
(c) 1 subtracted from square of P.
(d) None of these

(iv) In collection of toys     of 1200 toys are only balls. The number of balls are :
(a) 800     (b) 4800
(c) 300     (d) None of these

(v) Ratio which is not equivalent to 6:4
(a) 48:32     (b) 3:2
(c) 600:400    (d) 24:64

(vi) If we move 4 numbers to the left of 1 on the number line, where will we reach?
(a) - 5     (b) 5
(c) - 3     (d) - 4

(vii) Regular pentagon has each side x units, then its perimeter is :
(a) 5x units    (b) 6x units
(c) 5 + x units      (d) 6 + x units

(viii) Write ?65 subtracted from sum of x and y? as an algebraic expression.
(a) (x – y) + 65    (b) (x + y) – 65
(c) (65 + x) – y    (d)  (y + 65) - x

SECTION – B                      [2x10=20]

Q2. Divide ` 70 in the ratio 3:4 between Satyam and Manpreet.

Q3. Find whether m = 4 is a solution of equation 17 – 3 m = 2?

Q4. (a) Write 203.078 in words.
(b) Subtract 7.8 from 12.

Q5. Solve:
(–483)+ (–682) – (–19) – (500)

Q6. Write a statement of an algebraic expression
q
p
– 2X in words. How many variables
are there in this expression?

Q7. Snow fall during the three winter months was 31.6cm, 42.35cm and 22.75cm. What
was the total snowfall in these three months?

Q8. Draw a circle of radius 2 cm. Take PQ chord in it and draw its perpendicular bisector.

Q9. (a) What fraction of numbers from 11 to 25 are multiple of 2.
(b) Write fraction with numerator 3 and denominator is more than the numerator
by 7 .

Q10. The number of halls on ground floor of hotel is 8 more than thrice the number of
halls on first floor. If first floor has p halls? How many halls does ground floor has?

Q11. The area of rectangular piece of board is 36 sq cm and its length is 9 cm. What is the
width of board?

SECTION – C                      [3x10=30]

Q12. (a) Convert 419 cm into metres.
(b) Write 3.04 as fraction and express it into lowest form.
(c) Which is greater 1.432 or 1.49?

(a) Which digit is neither positive nor negative?
(b) Arrange given integers in ascending order:
- 5, - 3, 4, 0, 5, - 2
(c) Draw     on number line.

Q14. A rectangular piece of land measures 0.7 km by 0.6 km. Each side is to be fenced
with 4 rounds of wires. What is the length of wire needed?

Q15. Aditya covered      of his journey by car,     by rickshaw and on foot. Find by which
means he covered the major part of his journey?

Q16. Subtract (–32) from the sum of (–15) and 9. Also write additive inverse of final value.

Q17. (a) Akshit scores 95 marks in Mathematics, x marks in English and y marks in
Science. What is his total score in three subjects?
(b) A rectangular box has height t cm. Its length is 4 times the height and breadth
is 9 cm less than the length. Express length and breadth of box in terms of the
height.

Q18.(a) Nikita had 30 m 7 cm long ribbon. She used 4 m 70 cm long ribbon for her
project. Find the length of ribbon left with her.
(b) Write two hundreds and 4 tenths seven thousandths as decimal.

Q19.(a) Avneesh painted     of wall space in his room, Tanisha painted      of the
wall space. How much did they paint together?

(b) Write 12 + 7 + 6   as decimal.
10   100
Q20. Rashi read 25 pages of a comic book file containing 100 pages. Ankita read      of
the same book. Who read more and by how much?

SECTION – D                        [4x5=20]

Q21. (a) Out of 4000 vehicles in trade fair 2500 vehicles are cars. Find the ratio of
other vehicles to cars.
(b) Find the ratio of 90 paisa to ` 1.5
3
5
2
15
1
3
8
12
2
5
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NOTE :Attempt all the questions.
? 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                [1x10=10]
Q1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION:

(i) The distance covered along the boundary forming a closed figure when you go round the
figure once is called __________ .
(a) Area     (b) Perimeter
(c) circle     (d) None of these

(ii) Select a variable from the given options :
(a) 53     (b) -7
(c) r     (d) All of these

(iii) 1
2
? P is
(a) Twice of P minus 1.
(b) P multiplied by itself subtracted from 1.
(c) 1 subtracted from square of P.
(d) None of these

(iv) In collection of toys     of 1200 toys are only balls. The number of balls are :
(a) 800     (b) 4800
(c) 300     (d) None of these

(v) Ratio which is not equivalent to 6:4
(a) 48:32     (b) 3:2
(c) 600:400    (d) 24:64

(vi) If we move 4 numbers to the left of 1 on the number line, where will we reach?
(a) - 5     (b) 5
(c) - 3     (d) - 4

(vii) Regular pentagon has each side x units, then its perimeter is :
(a) 5x units    (b) 6x units
(c) 5 + x units      (d) 6 + x units

(viii) Write ?65 subtracted from sum of x and y? as an algebraic expression.
(a) (x – y) + 65    (b) (x + y) – 65
(c) (65 + x) – y    (d)  (y + 65) - x

SECTION – B                      [2x10=20]

Q2. Divide ` 70 in the ratio 3:4 between Satyam and Manpreet.

Q3. Find whether m = 4 is a solution of equation 17 – 3 m = 2?

Q4. (a) Write 203.078 in words.
(b) Subtract 7.8 from 12.

Q5. Solve:
(–483)+ (–682) – (–19) – (500)

Q6. Write a statement of an algebraic expression
q
p
– 2X in words. How many variables
are there in this expression?

Q7. Snow fall during the three winter months was 31.6cm, 42.35cm and 22.75cm. What
was the total snowfall in these three months?

Q8. Draw a circle of radius 2 cm. Take PQ chord in it and draw its perpendicular bisector.

Q9. (a) What fraction of numbers from 11 to 25 are multiple of 2.
(b) Write fraction with numerator 3 and denominator is more than the numerator
by 7 .

Q10. The number of halls on ground floor of hotel is 8 more than thrice the number of
halls on first floor. If first floor has p halls? How many halls does ground floor has?

Q11. The area of rectangular piece of board is 36 sq cm and its length is 9 cm. What is the
width of board?

SECTION – C                      [3x10=30]

Q12. (a) Convert 419 cm into metres.
(b) Write 3.04 as fraction and express it into lowest form.
(c) Which is greater 1.432 or 1.49?

(a) Which digit is neither positive nor negative?
(b) Arrange given integers in ascending order:
- 5, - 3, 4, 0, 5, - 2
(c) Draw     on number line.

Q14. A rectangular piece of land measures 0.7 km by 0.6 km. Each side is to be fenced
with 4 rounds of wires. What is the length of wire needed?

Q15. Aditya covered      of his journey by car,     by rickshaw and on foot. Find by which
means he covered the major part of his journey?

Q16. Subtract (–32) from the sum of (–15) and 9. Also write additive inverse of final value.

Q17. (a) Akshit scores 95 marks in Mathematics, x marks in English and y marks in
Science. What is his total score in three subjects?
(b) A rectangular box has height t cm. Its length is 4 times the height and breadth
is 9 cm less than the length. Express length and breadth of box in terms of the
height.

Q18.(a) Nikita had 30 m 7 cm long ribbon. She used 4 m 70 cm long ribbon for her
project. Find the length of ribbon left with her.
(b) Write two hundreds and 4 tenths seven thousandths as decimal.

Q19.(a) Avneesh painted     of wall space in his room, Tanisha painted      of the
wall space. How much did they paint together?

(b) Write 12 + 7 + 6   as decimal.
10   100
Q20. Rashi read 25 pages of a comic book file containing 100 pages. Ankita read      of
the same book. Who read more and by how much?

SECTION – D                        [4x5=20]

Q21. (a) Out of 4000 vehicles in trade fair 2500 vehicles are cars. Find the ratio of
other vehicles to cars.
(b) Find the ratio of 90 paisa to ` 1.5
3
5
2
15
1
3
8
12
2
5

Q22. (a) Draw a line segment AB 4.6 cm using ruler and compass. Take any point P on
it and draw a perpendicular on AB.
(b) Draw an angle of measure 95
0
and construct its bisector.

Q23. How many tiles each measuring 2 m by 1 m, are required to cover a rectangular hall
12 m long and 8 m broad? Find the cost of tiles at ` 25 per tile?

Q24. (a) Kshamita purchased 10 pens for ` 175 and Diksha bought 8 pens for ` 96.
Who got the pen cheaper?
(b) If train fair for 14 km is ` 98, find the fare for 28 km.

Q25. Find area and perimeter of given figure:

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4cm
8cm
3 cm
2 cm
4 cm
3 cm
2 cm
4 cm
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NOTE :Attempt all the questions.
? 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                [1x10=10]
Q1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION:

(i) The distance covered along the boundary forming a closed figure when you go round the
figure once is called __________ .
(a) Area     (b) Perimeter
(c) circle     (d) None of these

(ii) Select a variable from the given options :
(a) 53     (b) -7
(c) r     (d) All of these

(iii) 1
2
? P is
(a) Twice of P minus 1.
(b) P multiplied by itself subtracted from 1.
(c) 1 subtracted from square of P.
(d) None of these

(iv) In collection of toys     of 1200 toys are only balls. The number of balls are :
(a) 800     (b) 4800
(c) 300     (d) None of these

(v) Ratio which is not equivalent to 6:4
(a) 48:32     (b) 3:2
(c) 600:400    (d) 24:64

(vi) If we move 4 numbers to the left of 1 on the number line, where will we reach?
(a) - 5     (b) 5
(c) - 3     (d) - 4

(vii) Regular pentagon has each side x units, then its perimeter is :
(a) 5x units    (b) 6x units
(c) 5 + x units      (d) 6 + x units

(viii) Write ?65 subtracted from sum of x and y? as an algebraic expression.
(a) (x – y) + 65    (b) (x + y) – 65
(c) (65 + x) – y    (d)  (y + 65) - x

SECTION – B                      [2x10=20]

Q2. Divide ` 70 in the ratio 3:4 between Satyam and Manpreet.

Q3. Find whether m = 4 is a solution of equation 17 – 3 m = 2?

Q4. (a) Write 203.078 in words.
(b) Subtract 7.8 from 12.

Q5. Solve:
(–483)+ (–682) – (–19) – (500)

Q6. Write a statement of an algebraic expression
q
p
– 2X in words. How many variables
are there in this expression?

Q7. Snow fall during the three winter months was 31.6cm, 42.35cm and 22.75cm. What
was the total snowfall in these three months?

Q8. Draw a circle of radius 2 cm. Take PQ chord in it and draw its perpendicular bisector.

Q9. (a) What fraction of numbers from 11 to 25 are multiple of 2.
(b) Write fraction with numerator 3 and denominator is more than the numerator
by 7 .

Q10. The number of halls on ground floor of hotel is 8 more than thrice the number of
halls on first floor. If first floor has p halls? How many halls does ground floor has?

Q11. The area of rectangular piece of board is 36 sq cm and its length is 9 cm. What is the
width of board?

SECTION – C                      [3x10=30]

Q12. (a) Convert 419 cm into metres.
(b) Write 3.04 as fraction and express it into lowest form.
(c) Which is greater 1.432 or 1.49?

(a) Which digit is neither positive nor negative?
(b) Arrange given integers in ascending order:
- 5, - 3, 4, 0, 5, - 2
(c) Draw     on number line.

Q14. A rectangular piece of land measures 0.7 km by 0.6 km. Each side is to be fenced
with 4 rounds of wires. What is the length of wire needed?

Q15. Aditya covered      of his journey by car,     by rickshaw and on foot. Find by which
means he covered the major part of his journey?

Q16. Subtract (–32) from the sum of (–15) and 9. Also write additive inverse of final value.

Q17. (a) Akshit scores 95 marks in Mathematics, x marks in English and y marks in
Science. What is his total score in three subjects?
(b) A rectangular box has height t cm. Its length is 4 times the height and breadth
is 9 cm less than the length. Express length and breadth of box in terms of the
height.

Q18.(a) Nikita had 30 m 7 cm long ribbon. She used 4 m 70 cm long ribbon for her
project. Find the length of ribbon left with her.
(b) Write two hundreds and 4 tenths seven thousandths as decimal.

Q19.(a) Avneesh painted     of wall space in his room, Tanisha painted      of the
wall space. How much did they paint together?

(b) Write 12 + 7 + 6   as decimal.
10   100
Q20. Rashi read 25 pages of a comic book file containing 100 pages. Ankita read      of
the same book. Who read more and by how much?

SECTION – D                        [4x5=20]

Q21. (a) Out of 4000 vehicles in trade fair 2500 vehicles are cars. Find the ratio of
other vehicles to cars.
(b) Find the ratio of 90 paisa to ` 1.5
3
5
2
15
1
3
8
12
2
5

Q22. (a) Draw a line segment AB 4.6 cm using ruler and compass. Take any point P on
it and draw a perpendicular on AB.
(b) Draw an angle of measure 95
0
and construct its bisector.

Q23. How many tiles each measuring 2 m by 1 m, are required to cover a rectangular hall
12 m long and 8 m broad? Find the cost of tiles at ` 25 per tile?

Q24. (a) Kshamita purchased 10 pens for ` 175 and Diksha bought 8 pens for ` 96.
Who got the pen cheaper?
(b) If train fair for 14 km is ` 98, find the fare for 28 km.

Q25. Find area and perimeter of given figure:

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4cm
8cm
3 cm
2 cm
4 cm
3 cm
2 cm
4 cm

SOLUTION
SECTION- A

Q.1
(i) (b)
(ii) (c)
(iii) (c)
(iv) (c)
(v) (d)
(vi) (c)
(vii) (a)
(viii)  (b)

SECTION- B
Q.2 Satyam has   = 70 ×       = Rs 30

Manpreet has= 70 ×       = Rs 40

Q.3     17–3m=2
L.H.S    17–3 ?4=2    R.H.S
17–12=2
5?2
No 4 is not the solution.
Q.4 (a) Two hundred three and seventy eight thousandths
(b) 12.0
–7.8
4.2
Q.5 –483 –682 + 19– 500
(–483 –682) + (19 –500)
–1165 + (–481)
–1165 – 481
(–1646)
Q.6 Twice a number x subtracted from the quotient of P by Q. There are 3 variables in
this expression.

Q.7 Snowfall in  I month  = 31.6 cm
Snowfall in II month  = 42.35 cm
Snowfall in III month = 22.75 cm
Total Snowll           96.70 cm
3
7
4
7
10
10
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