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CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

CBSE Board
Class VI Mathematics
Term I
Sample Paper 3
Time: 2 ½ hours                          Total Marks: 80

General Instructions:
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Section A comprises of 12 questions carrying 1 mark each.
3. Section B comprises of 12 questions carrying 2 marks each.
4. Section C comprises of 8 questions carrying 3 marks each.
5. Section D comprises of 5 questions carrying 4 marks each.

Section A
(Questions 1 to 12 carry 1 mark each)

1. How many thousands make a crore?
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000

2. How many whole numbers are there up to 1000?
A. 1001
B. 1000
C. 100
D. 999

3. (–42) + (–35) =
A. –7
B. 7
C. –77
D. 41

4. Which is the fifth multiple of 18?
A. 80
B. 90
C. 72
D. 180

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CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

CBSE Board
Class VI Mathematics
Term I
Sample Paper 3
Time: 2 ½ hours                          Total Marks: 80

General Instructions:
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Section A comprises of 12 questions carrying 1 mark each.
3. Section B comprises of 12 questions carrying 2 marks each.
4. Section C comprises of 8 questions carrying 3 marks each.
5. Section D comprises of 5 questions carrying 4 marks each.

Section A
(Questions 1 to 12 carry 1 mark each)

1. How many thousands make a crore?
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000

2. How many whole numbers are there up to 1000?
A. 1001
B. 1000
C. 100
D. 999

3. (–42) + (–35) =
A. –7
B. 7
C. –77
D. 41

4. Which is the fifth multiple of 18?
A. 80
B. 90
C. 72
D. 180

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

5. The improper fraction for
1
3
3
is________
A.
10
3

B.
3
10

C.
1
3

D.
3
1

6. The English alphabet Z represents a/an  ______ curve.
A. closed
B. open
C. polygon
D. triangle

7. (–2) – (–5) =
A. 7
B. (–7)
C. 3
D. (–3)

8. Arrange 3, (–3), 2, 0 and (–4) in the ascending order.
A. 0, 2, (–3), 3, (–4)
B. (–3), 3, 0, 2, (–4)
C. (–4), (–3), 0, 2, 3
D. (–3), 0, 2, 3, (–4)

9.
12
54
55
??
A.
2
9
5

B.
3
10
5

C.
2
2
5

D.
3
9
5

Page 3

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

CBSE Board
Class VI Mathematics
Term I
Sample Paper 3
Time: 2 ½ hours                          Total Marks: 80

General Instructions:
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Section A comprises of 12 questions carrying 1 mark each.
3. Section B comprises of 12 questions carrying 2 marks each.
4. Section C comprises of 8 questions carrying 3 marks each.
5. Section D comprises of 5 questions carrying 4 marks each.

Section A
(Questions 1 to 12 carry 1 mark each)

1. How many thousands make a crore?
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000

2. How many whole numbers are there up to 1000?
A. 1001
B. 1000
C. 100
D. 999

3. (–42) + (–35) =
A. –7
B. 7
C. –77
D. 41

4. Which is the fifth multiple of 18?
A. 80
B. 90
C. 72
D. 180

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

5. The improper fraction for
1
3
3
is________
A.
10
3

B.
3
10

C.
1
3

D.
3
1

6. The English alphabet Z represents a/an  ______ curve.
A. closed
B. open
C. polygon
D. triangle

7. (–2) – (–5) =
A. 7
B. (–7)
C. 3
D. (–3)

8. Arrange 3, (–3), 2, 0 and (–4) in the ascending order.
A. 0, 2, (–3), 3, (–4)
B. (–3), 3, 0, 2, (–4)
C. (–4), (–3), 0, 2, 3
D. (–3), 0, 2, 3, (–4)

9.
12
54
55
??
A.
2
9
5

B.
3
10
5

C.
2
2
5

D.
3
9
5

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

10. __________ passes through any two given points.
A. Two line
B. One and only one line
C. No line
D. Innumerable lines

11. A right angle measures
A. 60°
B. 120°

C. 180°

D. 90°

12. The smallest whole number is
A. 1
B. 0
C. 4
D. 2

Section B
(Questions 13 to 24 carry 2 marks each)

13. Fill in the blanks with appropriate symbols ‘>" or ‘<".
A.  –9 ___ –15
B. –10 ___ 10
C. 0 ___ 3
D. –28 ____ 17
14. Name the bigger angle in the pair.

15. Which number is neither prime nor composite?
16. Classify the numbers given below into numbers to the left of zero and to the right of
zero on the number line.
–9, +5, –28, –100, +81, –4, –1, +1, +72, –48, +65, –95
17. How many exterior angles does a triangle have in all?

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CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

CBSE Board
Class VI Mathematics
Term I
Sample Paper 3
Time: 2 ½ hours                          Total Marks: 80

General Instructions:
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Section A comprises of 12 questions carrying 1 mark each.
3. Section B comprises of 12 questions carrying 2 marks each.
4. Section C comprises of 8 questions carrying 3 marks each.
5. Section D comprises of 5 questions carrying 4 marks each.

Section A
(Questions 1 to 12 carry 1 mark each)

1. How many thousands make a crore?
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000

2. How many whole numbers are there up to 1000?
A. 1001
B. 1000
C. 100
D. 999

3. (–42) + (–35) =
A. –7
B. 7
C. –77
D. 41

4. Which is the fifth multiple of 18?
A. 80
B. 90
C. 72
D. 180

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

5. The improper fraction for
1
3
3
is________
A.
10
3

B.
3
10

C.
1
3

D.
3
1

6. The English alphabet Z represents a/an  ______ curve.
A. closed
B. open
C. polygon
D. triangle

7. (–2) – (–5) =
A. 7
B. (–7)
C. 3
D. (–3)

8. Arrange 3, (–3), 2, 0 and (–4) in the ascending order.
A. 0, 2, (–3), 3, (–4)
B. (–3), 3, 0, 2, (–4)
C. (–4), (–3), 0, 2, 3
D. (–3), 0, 2, 3, (–4)

9.
12
54
55
??
A.
2
9
5

B.
3
10
5

C.
2
2
5

D.
3
9
5

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

10. __________ passes through any two given points.
A. Two line
B. One and only one line
C. No line
D. Innumerable lines

11. A right angle measures
A. 60°
B. 120°

C. 180°

D. 90°

12. The smallest whole number is
A. 1
B. 0
C. 4
D. 2

Section B
(Questions 13 to 24 carry 2 marks each)

13. Fill in the blanks with appropriate symbols ‘>" or ‘<".
A.  –9 ___ –15
B. –10 ___ 10
C. 0 ___ 3
D. –28 ____ 17
14. Name the bigger angle in the pair.

15. Which number is neither prime nor composite?
16. Classify the numbers given below into numbers to the left of zero and to the right of
zero on the number line.
–9, +5, –28, –100, +81, –4, –1, +1, +72, –48, +65, –95
17. How many exterior angles does a triangle have in all?

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

18. Which is greater, 78712354 or 78721124?
19. Shilpi bought
2
5
kg of sugar and
1
3
kg of rice. What was the total weight of ingredients
bought by Shilpi?
20. Write the opposite of each of the following:
(a) Going 6 m to the East
(b) A deposit of Rs. 100
(c) 10 km above sea level
(d) Earning Rs. 500
21. Which two solid shapes have the same number of faces, vertices and edges?
22. Use the divisibility test to determine whether the number 1258 is divisible by 6.
23. Last year, Minu grew by
th
3
5
of an inch and her brother grew by
th
2
5
of an inch. How
much more did Minu grow than her brother?
24. Classify the following angles as acute, obtuse, right or reflex angles.
(a) 35°
(b) 185°
(c) 90°
(d) 92°

Section C
(Questions 25 to 32 carry 3 marks each)
25. Compare the fractions
7
12
and
9
16
.
26. Each corner of a cube is cut off, leaving a triangular face at each corner and an
octagonal face in place of each face of the original cube. How many vertices and faces
will the new polyhedron have?

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CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

CBSE Board
Class VI Mathematics
Term I
Sample Paper 3
Time: 2 ½ hours                          Total Marks: 80

General Instructions:
1. All questions are compulsory.
2. Section A comprises of 12 questions carrying 1 mark each.
3. Section B comprises of 12 questions carrying 2 marks each.
4. Section C comprises of 8 questions carrying 3 marks each.
5. Section D comprises of 5 questions carrying 4 marks each.

Section A
(Questions 1 to 12 carry 1 mark each)

1. How many thousands make a crore?
A. 10
B. 100
C. 1000
D. 10000

2. How many whole numbers are there up to 1000?
A. 1001
B. 1000
C. 100
D. 999

3. (–42) + (–35) =
A. –7
B. 7
C. –77
D. 41

4. Which is the fifth multiple of 18?
A. 80
B. 90
C. 72
D. 180

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

5. The improper fraction for
1
3
3
is________
A.
10
3

B.
3
10

C.
1
3

D.
3
1

6. The English alphabet Z represents a/an  ______ curve.
A. closed
B. open
C. polygon
D. triangle

7. (–2) – (–5) =
A. 7
B. (–7)
C. 3
D. (–3)

8. Arrange 3, (–3), 2, 0 and (–4) in the ascending order.
A. 0, 2, (–3), 3, (–4)
B. (–3), 3, 0, 2, (–4)
C. (–4), (–3), 0, 2, 3
D. (–3), 0, 2, 3, (–4)

9.
12
54
55
??
A.
2
9
5

B.
3
10
5

C.
2
2
5

D.
3
9
5

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

10. __________ passes through any two given points.
A. Two line
B. One and only one line
C. No line
D. Innumerable lines

11. A right angle measures
A. 60°
B. 120°

C. 180°

D. 90°

12. The smallest whole number is
A. 1
B. 0
C. 4
D. 2

Section B
(Questions 13 to 24 carry 2 marks each)

13. Fill in the blanks with appropriate symbols ‘>" or ‘<".
A.  –9 ___ –15
B. –10 ___ 10
C. 0 ___ 3
D. –28 ____ 17
14. Name the bigger angle in the pair.

15. Which number is neither prime nor composite?
16. Classify the numbers given below into numbers to the left of zero and to the right of
zero on the number line.
–9, +5, –28, –100, +81, –4, –1, +1, +72, –48, +65, –95
17. How many exterior angles does a triangle have in all?

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

18. Which is greater, 78712354 or 78721124?
19. Shilpi bought
2
5
kg of sugar and
1
3
kg of rice. What was the total weight of ingredients
bought by Shilpi?
20. Write the opposite of each of the following:
(a) Going 6 m to the East
(b) A deposit of Rs. 100
(c) 10 km above sea level
(d) Earning Rs. 500
21. Which two solid shapes have the same number of faces, vertices and edges?
22. Use the divisibility test to determine whether the number 1258 is divisible by 6.
23. Last year, Minu grew by
th
3
5
of an inch and her brother grew by
th
2
5
of an inch. How
much more did Minu grow than her brother?
24. Classify the following angles as acute, obtuse, right or reflex angles.
(a) 35°
(b) 185°
(c) 90°
(d) 92°

Section C
(Questions 25 to 32 carry 3 marks each)
25. Compare the fractions
7
12
and
9
16
.
26. Each corner of a cube is cut off, leaving a triangular face at each corner and an
octagonal face in place of each face of the original cube. How many vertices and faces
will the new polyhedron have?

CBSE VI | Mathematics
Sample Paper 3

27. Three boys step off together from the same spot. Their steps measure 63 cm, 70 cm
and 77 cm respectively. What is the minimum distance each should cover so that all
can cover the distance in complete steps?
28. From the following figure, indentify the angles:

(a) Name three acute angles.
(b) Name three obtuse angles.
(c) Name two straight angles.
29. From 300 feet below sea level, Rocky took off in his helicopter and ascended 900 feet.
Which integer represents Rocky's elevation now?
30. Use the divisibility tests to determine whether the number 378 is divisible by 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 9 or 11.
31. Look at the figure and answer the following questions:

(i) Name all the triangles in the figure.
(ii) Name all the triangles having the vertex O.
(iii) Name all the triangles having the vertex A.
32. Give a rough estimate (by rounding off to nearest hundreds) and also a closer
estimate (by rounding off to nearest tens): 4, 89, 348 – 48, 365

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