Integers Model Question Paper

6th Standard

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Time : 01:30:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 50
    5 x 1 = 5
  1. There are __________ positive integers from −5 to 6.

    (a)

    5

    (b)

    6

    (c)

    7

    (d)

    11

  2. The opposite of 20 units to the left of 0 is

    (a)

    20

    (b)

    0

    (c)

    -20

    (d)

    40

  3. One unit to the right of −7 is...........

    (a)

    +1

    (b)

    -8

    (c)

    -7

    (d)

    -6

  4. 3 units to the left of 1 is

    (a)

    -4

    (b)

    -3

    (c)

    -2

    (d)

    3

  5. The number which determines marking the position of any number to its opposite on a number line is

    (a)

    -1

    (b)

    0

    (c)

    1

    (d)

    10

  6. 4 x 1 = 4
  7. The potable water available at 100m below the ground level is denoted as __________ m.

    ()

    –100

  8. A swimmer dives to a depth of 7 feet from the ground into the swimming pool. The integer that represents this, is _______ feet.

    ()

    -7

  9. There are ______ integers from−5 to +5 (both inclusive).

    ()

    11

  10. ______ is an integer which is neither positive nor negative

    ()

    0

  11. 4 x 1 = 4
  12. Each of the integers−18, 6, −12, 0 is greater than −20.

    (a) True
    (b) False
  13. −10 and 10 are at equal distance from 1

    (a) True
    (b) False
  14. All negative integers are greater than zero

    (a) True
    (b) False
  15. All whole numbers are integers.

    (a) True
    (b) False
  16. 6 x 2 = 12
  17. Mark the numbers 4, −3, 6, −1 and −5 on the number line.

  18. If 15 km east of a place is denoted as + 15 km, what is the integer that represents
    15 km west of it?

  19. Write two different reallife situations that represent the integer −3.

  20. Identify the integers and mark on the number line that are at a distance of 8 units from −6.

  21. Which part of the integers are not whole numbers?

  22. How many units should you move to the left of 3 to reach -4 ?

  23. 5 x 3 = 15
  24. Draw a number line and mark the integers 6, –5, –1, 4 and –7 on it.

  25. Using the number line, write the integer which is 5 more than −6.

  26. Find the predecessor and successor of i) 0 and ii) −8 on a number line.

  27. Compare −14 and −11

  28. Arrange the following integers in ascending order.
    i) −11, 12, −13, 14, −15, 16, −17, 18, −19, −20
    ii) −28, 6, −5, −40, 8, 0, 12, −1, 4, 22
    iii) −100, 10, −1000, 100, 0, −1, 1000, 1, −10

  29. 2 x 5 = 10
  30. Assuming that the home to be the starting point, mark the following places in order on the number line as per instructions given below and write their corresponding integers

    Places: Home, School, Library, Playground, Park, Departmental Store, Bus Stand, Railway Station, Post Office, Electricity Board.

  31. Suppose in a building, there are 2 basement floors. If the ground floor is denoted as zero, how can we represent the basement floors?
    (i) Is - 15 < - 26 ? why?
    (ii) Which is smaller - 3 or -5 ? Why?
    (iii) Which is greater 7 or -4 ? Why?
    (iv) Which is the greatest negative integer?
    (v) Which is the smallest positive integer?

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