Model Question 1

6th Standard

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Maths

Time : 01:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 100

    PART - A

    7 x 1 = 7
  1. 1 billion is equal to ___________

    (a)

    100 crore

    (b)

    100 million

    (c)

    100 lakh

    (d)

    10000 lakh

  2. The successor of 10 million is

    (a)

    1000001

    (b)

    10000001

    (c)

    9999999

    (d)

    100001

  3. \(\frac { 59 }{ 1 } \) is

    (a)

    1

    (b)

    0

    (c)

    \(\frac { 1 }{ 59 } \)

    (d)

    59

  4. The ratio of 1 m to 50 cm is __________.

    (a)

    1: 50

    (b)

    50: 1

    (c)

    2: 1

    (d)

    1: 2

  5. The length and breadth of a window are in 1m and 70 cm respectively. The ratio of the length to the breadth is ____________.

    (a)

    1: 7

    (b)

    7: 1

    (c)

    7: 10

    (d)

    10: 7

  6. The representation of ‘one picture to many objects’ in a Pictograph is called__________.

    (a)

    Tally mark

    (b)

    Pictoword

    (c)

    Scaling

    (d)

    Frequency

  7. A Pictograph is also known as____________.

    (a)

    Pictoword

    (b)

    Pictogram

    (c)

    Pictophrase

    (d)

    Pictograft

  8. PART - B

    3 x 1 = 3
  9. If there are 5 students in a bench, then the number of students in ‘n’ benches is ‘5 × n’. Here_____________is a variable.

    ()

    n


  10. (i) 'A' , 'O' and 'B' are______________ points
    (ii) 'A', 'O' and 'C' are ____________ points
    (iii) 'A' 'B' and, 'C' are_________ points
    (iv) _________ is the point of concurrency

    ()

    (i) collinear points
    (ii) non collinear points
    (iii) end points / non collinear points.
    (iv) 0 is the point of concurrency.

  11. PART - C

    5 x 2 = 10
  12. How many thousands are there in 1 lakh?

  13. Write the number name in numerals. Sixty six million three hundred forty five thousand twenty seven.

  14. Complete the table.

    Feet 1 2 3 ?
    Inch 12 24 ? 72
  15. PART - D

    10 x 3 = 30
  16. Draw the next two patterns and complete the table.

    Shapes 1st Pattern 2nd Pattern 3rd Pattern 4th Pattern 5th Pattern
    Squares 1 2 3    
    Circles 1 2 3    
    Triangles 2 4 6    
  17. The teacher forms groups of five students in a class. How many students will be there in ‘p’ groups?

  18. A piece of wire is '12 s' cm long. What will be length of the side if it is formed as
    (i) an equilateral triangle.
    (ii) a square?

  19. Identify the value of the shapes and figures in the table given below the verify their addition horizontally and vertically

  20. The table given below shows the results of the matches played by 8 teams in a Kabaddi championship tournament,

    Teams A B C D E F G H
    Total Matches played 8 7 n a 9 10 8 y
    Matches won 5 6 4 7 b 6 x 3
    Matches lost k m 6 2 3 c 4 6

    Find the value of all the variables in the table given above.

  21. From the figure name a pair of (i) complementary angles (ii) supplementary angles

  22. Think and write an object having
    i) Parallel lines (1) __________ (2) __________ (3) __________
    ii) Perpendicular lines (1) __________ (2) __________ (3) __________
    iii) Intersecting lines (1) __________ (2) __________ (3) __________

  23. Chitra has to buy Laddus in order to distribute to her friends as follows:

    Classes VI VII VIII IX X
    Number of Laddus 70 60 45 80 55

    Draw a Bar Graph for this data.

  24. 10 x 5 = 50
  25. Round off the number 78,794 to the nearest thousands.

  26. Suppose that there are some eggs in a tray. If 6 eggs are taken out from it and still 10 eggs are remaining, how many eggs are there in the tray?

  27. The rectangles made of identical square blocks with varying lengths but having only two square blocks as width are given below.

    (i) How many small size squares are there in each of the rectangles P, Q, R and S?
    (ii) Fill in the boxes.

    Rectangle P Q R S T
    Number of small size squares along the breadth 2 2 ? 2 2
    Number of squares along the length 1 4 3 ? x
    Total number of squares in rectangle ? 8 ? 10 ?
  28. Gopal is 8 years younger to Karan. If the sum of their ages is 30, how old is Karnan?

  29. A line segment 63 cm long is to be divided into two parts in the ratio 3 : 4. Find the length of each part.

  30. Thirumagal's mother wears a bracelet made of 35 red beads and 30 blue beads. Thirumalgal wants to make smaller bracelets using the same two coloured beads in the same ratio. In how many different ways can she make the bracelets?

  31. The following Pictograph shows the number of students playing different games in a school.

    Answer the following questions.
    (i) Which is the most popular game among the students?
    (ii) Find the number of students playing Kabaddi.
    (iii) Which two games are played by equal number of students?
    (iv) What is the difference between the number of students playing Kho-Kho and Hockey?
    (v) Which is the least popular game among the students?

  32. The bar graph illustrates the results of a survey conducted on vehicles crossing over a Toll Plaza in one hour.

    Observe the bar graph carefully and fill up the following table.

    Vehicles Vans   Buses   Cars Others Total vehicles
    Number of Vehicles   30   45      

  33. The above bar graph shows the number of students in different classes of a school. Read the graph and answer the following questions.
    (a) How many students are in class X?
    (b) How many students are in class VII?
    (c) How many students are in class IX?

  34. Count the number of squares in each of the following figures?

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