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CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
CBSE Board 
Class VI Mathematics 
Term I 
Sample Paper 5 
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. Value of expression 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 is 
A. 3 
B. –3 
C. zero 
D. –1 
 
2. 2, 3, 9, when used once, can be arranged to form _______ distinct 3-digit numbers. 
A. 3 
B. 4 
C. 5 
D. 6 
 
3. Which of the following numbers is a prime number? 
A. 161 
B. 111 
C. 139 
D. 203 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
CBSE Board 
Class VI Mathematics 
Term I 
Sample Paper 5 
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. Value of expression 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 is 
A. 3 
B. –3 
C. zero 
D. –1 
 
2. 2, 3, 9, when used once, can be arranged to form _______ distinct 3-digit numbers. 
A. 3 
B. 4 
C. 5 
D. 6 
 
3. Which of the following numbers is a prime number? 
A. 161 
B. 111 
C. 139 
D. 203 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
4.  
A.  
B.  
C.  
D.  
 
5. The fraction equivalent to 
15
27
 
is 
A. 
30
27
 
B. 
45
9
 
C. 
3
9
 
D. 
5
9
 
 
6. To add 4 on a number line, 
A. move 4 steps to the left of 0 
B. move 4 steps to the right of 0 
C. move 0 steps to the right of 1 
D. move 0 steps to the left of 1. 
 
7. The estimation of the product of 52 and 188 is equal to 
A. 9500 
B. 20000 
C. 9000 
D. 10000 
 
8. Prime factorisation of number 36 is 
A. 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 
B. 2 × 2 × 9 
C. 2 × 6 × 3 
D. 4 × 3 × 3 
 
 
 
 
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CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
CBSE Board 
Class VI Mathematics 
Term I 
Sample Paper 5 
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. Value of expression 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 is 
A. 3 
B. –3 
C. zero 
D. –1 
 
2. 2, 3, 9, when used once, can be arranged to form _______ distinct 3-digit numbers. 
A. 3 
B. 4 
C. 5 
D. 6 
 
3. Which of the following numbers is a prime number? 
A. 161 
B. 111 
C. 139 
D. 203 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
4.  
A.  
B.  
C.  
D.  
 
5. The fraction equivalent to 
15
27
 
is 
A. 
30
27
 
B. 
45
9
 
C. 
3
9
 
D. 
5
9
 
 
6. To add 4 on a number line, 
A. move 4 steps to the left of 0 
B. move 4 steps to the right of 0 
C. move 0 steps to the right of 1 
D. move 0 steps to the left of 1. 
 
7. The estimation of the product of 52 and 188 is equal to 
A. 9500 
B. 20000 
C. 9000 
D. 10000 
 
8. Prime factorisation of number 36 is 
A. 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 
B. 2 × 2 × 9 
C. 2 × 6 × 3 
D. 4 × 3 × 3 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
9. 13 + (12 – 6 × 3) = 
A. 8 
B. 6 
C. 5 
D. 7 
 
10. NO and PQ are 
A. parallel lines 
B. intersecting lines 
C. rays 
D. line segments 
 
11. The sum of 267 + 132 to nearest ten is           
A. 500 
B. 400 
C. 300 
D. 200 
 
12. The greatest number that will divide 10 and 18 is             
A. 4 
B. 2 
C. 5 
D. 3 
 
 
Section B 
(Questions 13 to 24 carry 2 marks each) 
 
13. Evaluate the difference between the place values of two 9's in the number 79520986. 
14. How many vertices do the following shapes have?             
i.  
ii.  
 
 
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CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
CBSE Board 
Class VI Mathematics 
Term I 
Sample Paper 5 
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. Value of expression 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 is 
A. 3 
B. –3 
C. zero 
D. –1 
 
2. 2, 3, 9, when used once, can be arranged to form _______ distinct 3-digit numbers. 
A. 3 
B. 4 
C. 5 
D. 6 
 
3. Which of the following numbers is a prime number? 
A. 161 
B. 111 
C. 139 
D. 203 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
4.  
A.  
B.  
C.  
D.  
 
5. The fraction equivalent to 
15
27
 
is 
A. 
30
27
 
B. 
45
9
 
C. 
3
9
 
D. 
5
9
 
 
6. To add 4 on a number line, 
A. move 4 steps to the left of 0 
B. move 4 steps to the right of 0 
C. move 0 steps to the right of 1 
D. move 0 steps to the left of 1. 
 
7. The estimation of the product of 52 and 188 is equal to 
A. 9500 
B. 20000 
C. 9000 
D. 10000 
 
8. Prime factorisation of number 36 is 
A. 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 
B. 2 × 2 × 9 
C. 2 × 6 × 3 
D. 4 × 3 × 3 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
9. 13 + (12 – 6 × 3) = 
A. 8 
B. 6 
C. 5 
D. 7 
 
10. NO and PQ are 
A. parallel lines 
B. intersecting lines 
C. rays 
D. line segments 
 
11. The sum of 267 + 132 to nearest ten is           
A. 500 
B. 400 
C. 300 
D. 200 
 
12. The greatest number that will divide 10 and 18 is             
A. 4 
B. 2 
C. 5 
D. 3 
 
 
Section B 
(Questions 13 to 24 carry 2 marks each) 
 
13. Evaluate the difference between the place values of two 9's in the number 79520986. 
14. How many vertices do the following shapes have?             
i.  
ii.  
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
15. Anna is standing on a rock that is 7 feet above sea level. She jumps off the rock and 
hits another rock 3 feet below and then walks 2 feet down. How many feet did she 
come down in all? 
16. Find the sum: ( –13) + ( –19) + (+15) + ( –10). 
17. Write a 9 digit number in Indian system (in Numerals) and then write it in words 
according to International system. 
18. What are parallel lines? Does the distance between them vary over their length? 
19. A village has a population of 13295 people. It increases by an average number of 400 
people every year. In a recent survey, it was realised that the population of the village 
would increase by one less than the average number. What will be the population of 
village in the successive year assuming that nobody dies in the village in the 
considered years? 
20. The volume of a box is found by multiplying its length l, width w and height h. If the 
measure of the volume of a box is 455 cubic cm, what could its dimensions be? 
21. Find the L.C.M. of 24, 45 and 54. 
22. Add: 
21
53
72
? 
23. Evaluate 7 – ( –3) with the help of a number line. 
24. Find the H.C.F of 54, 45 and 72 
 
Section C 
(Questions 25 to 32 carry 3 marks each) 
25. Solve ( –8 + 12 - 2) using number line. 
26. Join all the diagonals of the given polygon. Also, name them. 
 
27. In New York, the temperature was –14
o
F in the morning. If the temperature dropped 
by 7
o
F, what is the temperature now? 
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CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
CBSE Board 
Class VI Mathematics 
Term I 
Sample Paper 5 
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. Value of expression 1 – 2 + 3 – 4 + 5 is 
A. 3 
B. –3 
C. zero 
D. –1 
 
2. 2, 3, 9, when used once, can be arranged to form _______ distinct 3-digit numbers. 
A. 3 
B. 4 
C. 5 
D. 6 
 
3. Which of the following numbers is a prime number? 
A. 161 
B. 111 
C. 139 
D. 203 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
4.  
A.  
B.  
C.  
D.  
 
5. The fraction equivalent to 
15
27
 
is 
A. 
30
27
 
B. 
45
9
 
C. 
3
9
 
D. 
5
9
 
 
6. To add 4 on a number line, 
A. move 4 steps to the left of 0 
B. move 4 steps to the right of 0 
C. move 0 steps to the right of 1 
D. move 0 steps to the left of 1. 
 
7. The estimation of the product of 52 and 188 is equal to 
A. 9500 
B. 20000 
C. 9000 
D. 10000 
 
8. Prime factorisation of number 36 is 
A. 2 × 2 × 3 × 3 
B. 2 × 2 × 9 
C. 2 × 6 × 3 
D. 4 × 3 × 3 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
9. 13 + (12 – 6 × 3) = 
A. 8 
B. 6 
C. 5 
D. 7 
 
10. NO and PQ are 
A. parallel lines 
B. intersecting lines 
C. rays 
D. line segments 
 
11. The sum of 267 + 132 to nearest ten is           
A. 500 
B. 400 
C. 300 
D. 200 
 
12. The greatest number that will divide 10 and 18 is             
A. 4 
B. 2 
C. 5 
D. 3 
 
 
Section B 
(Questions 13 to 24 carry 2 marks each) 
 
13. Evaluate the difference between the place values of two 9's in the number 79520986. 
14. How many vertices do the following shapes have?             
i.  
ii.  
 
 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
15. Anna is standing on a rock that is 7 feet above sea level. She jumps off the rock and 
hits another rock 3 feet below and then walks 2 feet down. How many feet did she 
come down in all? 
16. Find the sum: ( –13) + ( –19) + (+15) + ( –10). 
17. Write a 9 digit number in Indian system (in Numerals) and then write it in words 
according to International system. 
18. What are parallel lines? Does the distance between them vary over their length? 
19. A village has a population of 13295 people. It increases by an average number of 400 
people every year. In a recent survey, it was realised that the population of the village 
would increase by one less than the average number. What will be the population of 
village in the successive year assuming that nobody dies in the village in the 
considered years? 
20. The volume of a box is found by multiplying its length l, width w and height h. If the 
measure of the volume of a box is 455 cubic cm, what could its dimensions be? 
21. Find the L.C.M. of 24, 45 and 54. 
22. Add: 
21
53
72
? 
23. Evaluate 7 – ( –3) with the help of a number line. 
24. Find the H.C.F of 54, 45 and 72 
 
Section C 
(Questions 25 to 32 carry 3 marks each) 
25. Solve ( –8 + 12 - 2) using number line. 
26. Join all the diagonals of the given polygon. Also, name them. 
 
27. In New York, the temperature was –14
o
F in the morning. If the temperature dropped 
by 7
o
F, what is the temperature now? 
  
 
CBSE VI | Mathematics 
Sample Paper 5 
 
     
28. A businessman is to receive Rs. 13550 and Rs. 26788 from two different sources. He 
has to pay Rs. 37000 to a supplier. Round off the money to nearest thousands and find 
whether he will be able to pay to his supplier with the money received. 
29. Three people are going round a circular field of 360 km circumference. They can 
travel 48 km, 60 km and 72 km in a day. When will they meet? 
30. Arrange the following roman numerals in ascending order: 
C, D, V, I, X, M 
31. Where will the hand of a clock stop if it 
(a) Starts at 12 and makes 
1
2
of a revolution, clockwise? 
 (c) Starts at 5 and makes 
1
4
of a revolution, clockwise? 
(d) Starts at 5 and makes 
3
4
of a revolution, clockwise? 
32. Look at the figure and answer the following questions: 
(a) Identify three triangles in the figure. 
(b) Write the names of seven angles. 
(c) Which two triangles have ?B as common? 
 
33. A taxi driver filled his car petrol tank with 40 litres of petrol on Monday. The next day, 
he filled the tank with 50 litres of petrol. If the petrol costs Rs. 44 per litre, how much 
did he spend in all on petrol? 
 
Section D 
(Questions 33 to 37 carry 4 marks each) 
34. Match the columns : 
 Section A  Section B 
1 The smallest two digit whole number A – 9999  
2 The smallest three digit whole number B 10 
3 ( –1111) × (9) C –10 
4 5 + ( –15) D 100 
 
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