# CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Worksheet Set L

Download printable Mathematics Class 6 Worksheets in pdf format, CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Worksheet Set L 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: KNOWING OUR NUMBERS

MCQ

1 The predecessor of 6700 is _________ a)6701      b)6699           c)6800            d)6600

2 The numeral for ‘six lakh seven’ : a)600070          b)600007       c)600700         d)607000

3 How many thousands make 2 million? a)2000       b) 200            c) 20               d) 20000

4 The number 6582 when rounded to the nearest 10 is ___a)7000       b) 6590      c)6000         d)6580

5 The least four digit number formed by using the digits 9,4,2,0 only once is _____

a)2049      b)2409      c)0249      d)2490

FILL IN THE BLANKS

6 The difference between the number 7345 and the number obtained by reversing its digits is _______

7 30 Km=_________m

8 The difference between the place value and face value of 6 in 89,634 is ________

9 The expanded form of 68435 is _____________

10 The greatest 5-digit number without repeating the digits is ____________

WRITE TRUE OR FALSE

11 1000 mm make 1 km

12 The product of place values of 7 in 5678 is 4900

13 There are 30 hundreds in thirty thousand

14 30405069 > 30405059

15 (345+223) round off to nearest hundred is 500

1 Insert commas and write in Indian and International system of numeration:

a)345601289              b)230000678

2 Arrange the following numbers in descending order: 364258, 364528, 364825, 364852

3 Estimate each number to the nearest hundred and find the product 672×113

4 A vessel has 6 litre 375 ml of juice. In how many glasses, each of 75 ml, can be distributed?

5 Find the sum of the smallest number of 6 digits and the successor of the greatest 5 digit number

6 A factory produced 79645 packets of chips in first week. In the second week, it produced 10267 packets more than the first week. Find the total number of packets in two weeks

7 What quotient will you get when place value of 5 divided by its face value in the number 87,53,078

8 Find the value by using BODMAS rule

a) 19×3÷(18 - 3×5)       b) 3+11×15÷5          c) 78 - (48÷6) × 9        d)13 + 9×5 ÷1        e) 24 – 30 + 7

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