# CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Worksheet Set 1

Download printable Mathematics Class 6 Worksheets in pdf format, CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Worksheet Set 1 has been prepared as per the latest syllabus and exam pattern issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Also download free pdf Mathematics Class 6 Assignments and practice them daily to get better marks in tests and exams for Grade 6. Free chapter wise worksheets with answers have been designed by Standard 6 teachers as per latest examination pattern

## Mathematics Worksheet for Class 6

Class 6 Mathematics students should refer to the following printable worksheet in Pdf in Grade 6. This test paper with questions and solutions for Standard 6 Mathematics will be very useful for tests and exams and help you to score better marks

### Class 6 Mathematics Worksheet Pdf

TOPIC: WHOLE NUMBERS

MCQ

(a) 46789 ÷ 0 = _______ a) Not possible       b) 46789     c) 1 d) 0

(b) 37 + 18 = 55 is a whole number.(Name the property) __________

a) Commutative         b) Closure     c)Associative             d)Distributive

(c) _______ is the only whole number when divided by itself, gives the quotient equal to itself.

a) 0 b) 2 c)None of the above d)1

(d) The sum of the smallest whole number and the smallest natural number_________

a) 1          b) -1          c) 0           d)2

(e) The predecessor of the smallest 5 digit number is _________

a) 999     b) 1000     c) 10000      d) 9999

FILL IN THE BLANKS

(f) There are __________ whole numbers between 45 to 63

(g) __________ is the whole number that has no predecessor.

(h) 86 × 95 = ( 86 × _______ ) - (_______× 5)

(i) The two consecutive whole numbers succeeding 951 099 are _______ , _________

(j) 4 × 540 × 25 = __________

(k) The product of first five whole numbers is 120.

(l) 0 is the identity for addition of whole numbers.

(m) The odd number that comes immediately after 81999 is 82000.

(n) If the product of 2 whole numbers is 0,it is necessary that one of the whole number must 0

(o) (6 - 6) ÷ 2 = 3

1 Find the values of the following using suitable properties:

a) ( 1003 × 897)        b) (2195 × 113) - (2195 × 13)            c) (733 + 56 + 267 + 44)

d)80 × 393 × 125       e) (287 × 54) + ( 287 × 45) + 287

2 Name the properties of whole numbers used in the following:

a) 678 × 354 = 354 × 678     b) 134 × (107 -7) = 134 × 107 - 134 × 7          c)8413 + 0 = 0 + 8413

d) 5643 × 1 = 5643              e) (340 + 470) + 190 = 340 + (470 + 190)        f) 215 + 185 = 185 +215

3 Ramesh had Rs 1050 with him. He bought 45 pencils and 45 ball pens. If the cost of a pencil is Rs. 8 and the cost of a pen is Rs.12, how much money is left with him now?

4 John bought a sports car at a total loan of Rs.3,24,000. If he made monthly payments on his loan for 4 years, how much was his monthly payment?

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