CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Whole Numbers Assignment Set A

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Whole Numbers Assignment for Class 6

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Whole Numbers Assignment 9. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practice them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.

WHOLE NUMBERS

What are Whole Numbers?
In mathematics, whole numbers are the basic counting numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, … and so on.

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17, 99, 267, 8107 and 999999999 are examples of whole numbers.

Natural Number
A natural number is an integer greater than 0. Natural numbers begin at 1 and increment to infinity: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.
Natural numbers are also called "counting numbers" because they are used for counting.
Whole numbers include natural numbers that begin from 1 onwards.

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Whole numbers include positive integers along with 0.

SUCCESSOR
The number which comes immediately after a particular number is called its successor.

The successor of a whole number is the number obtained by adding 1 to it.
Clearly, the successor of 0 is 1; successor of 1 is 2; successor of 2 is 3 and so on.

PREDECESSOR
The number which comes just before a particular number is called its predecessor.

The predecessor of a whole number is one less than the given number.
Clearly, the predecessor of 1 is 0; predecessor of 2 is 1; predecessor of 3 is 2 and so on.
The whole number 0 does not have any predecessor.

We observe that every whole number, other than zero, has its predecessor.
Also, if a is the successor of b, then b is the predecessor of a.

Question 1:
Write the next three whole numbers after 30999.
Answer :  The next three whole numbers after 30999 are 31000, 31001 and 31002.


Question 2:

Write the three whole numbers occurring just before 10001.
Answer :
Three whole numbers occurring just before 10001 are as follows:
10001 − 1 = 10000
10000 − 1 = 9999 9999 − 1 = 9998
∴ The three whole numbers just before 10001 are 10000, 9999 and 9998.


Question 3: 
How many whole numbers are there between 1032 and 1209?
Answer :  Number of whole numbers between 1032 and 1209 = (1209 − 1032) − 1 = 177 − 1 = 176


Question 4: 
Which is the smallest whole number?
Answer :  0 (zero) is the smallest whole number. All the natural numbers along with 0 are called whole numbers.


Question 5: 
Write the successor of: (i) 2540801 (ii) 9999 (iii) 50904 (iv) 61639 (v) 687890
Answer :
(i)Successor of 2540801 = 2540801 + 1 = 2540802
(ii) Successor of 9999 = 9999 + 1 = 10000
(iii) Successor of 50904 = 50904 + 1 = 50905
(iv) Successor of 61639 = 61639 + 1 = 61640
(v) Successor of 687890 = 687890 + 1 = 687891


Question 6: 
Write the predecessor of: (i) 97  (ii) 10000
(iii) 36900  (iv) 7684320  (v) 1566391
Answer :
(i) Predecessor of 97 = 97 − 1 = 96
(ii) Predecessor of 10000 = 10000 − 1 = 9999
(iii) Predecessor of 36900 = 36900 − 1 = 36899
(iv) Predecessor of 7684320 = 7684320 − 1 = 7684319
(v) Predecessor of 1566391 = 1566391 − 1 = 1566390


Question 7: Write down three consecutive whole numbers just preceding 7510001.

Answer :
The three consecutive whole numbers just preceding 7510001 are as follows:
7510001 − 1 = 7510000
7510000 − 1 = 7509999
7509999 − 1 = 7509998
∴ The three consecutive numbers just preceding 7510001 are 7510000, 7509999 and 7509998.


More Question..

Question : 1. Solve using distributive property: 785 x 94
Question : 2. Find the value of 968 x 73 + 968 x 27
Question : 3. Determine the product by suitable arrangement 225 x 60 x 50
Question : 4. State the property used in each of the following:

a) 19 x 17 = 17 x 19
b) 16 x 13 is a whole number
c) (29 x 36) x 18 = 29 x (36 x 18)
d) 1480 x 1 = 1480

Question : 5. The population of a town is 517530. If one out of every 15 is reported to be literate, find how many literate persons are there in the town.


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