Tamilnadu Board Maths Question papers for 6th Standard (English Medium) Question paper & Study Materials

6th Standard Maths - Perimeter and Area Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    If two identical rectangles of perimeter 30 cm are joined together, then the perimeter of the new shape will be

  • 2)

    If every side of a rectangle is doubled, then its area becomes _____ times

  • 3)

    The side of a square is 10 cm. If its side is tripled, then by how many times will its perimeter increase?

  • 4)

    The length and breadth of a rectangular sheet of a paper are 15 cm and 12 cm respectively. A rectangular piece is cut from one of its corners. Which of the following statement is correct for the remaining sheet?

  • 5)

    Find the perimeter and the area of the rectangle whose length is 6 m and breadth is 4 m.

6th Maths - Integers Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    There are __________ positive integers from −5 to 6.

  • 2)

    The opposite of 20 units to the left of 0 is

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    3 units to the left of 1 is

  • 5)

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

6th Standard Maths - Term 3 Information Processing Three and Five Marks - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Follow the instructions in the given puzzle to arrive at the same number (36).
    Instructions
    Think of a number from 1 to 9.
    Multiply it by 9.
    If you have two digit number, add the digits together.
    Subtract 3 from the answer.
    Multiply the number by itself.

  • 2)

    Find HCF of 188 and 230 by Euclid's game.

  • 3)

    Assign the number for English alphabets as 1 for A, 2 for B upto 26 for Z. Find the meaning of

  • 4)

    Replace the letter by symbols as + for A, – for B, × for C and ÷ for D. Find the answer for the pattern 4B3C5A30D2 by doing the given operations.

  • 5)

    Observe the pattern and find the word by hiding the numbers 1H2O3W 4A5R6E 7Y8O9U?

6th Standard Maths - Term 3 Symmetry Three and Five Marks - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Draw the lines of symmetry for an equilateral triangle, a square, a regular pentagon and a regular hexagon and also find the number of lines of symmetry.

  • 2)

    Draw the reflection image of the following figures about the given line.

  • 3)

    A man-hole cover of a water sump is in square shape.
    i) In how many ways we can fix that to close the sump?
    ii) What is its order of rotational symmetry

  • 4)

    Translate the given pattern and complete the design in the rectangular strip.

  • 5)

    Find the alphabets in the box which have
    i) No line of symmetry
    ii) Rotational symmetry
    iii) Reflection symmetry
    iv) Reflection and rotational symmetry

    A M P E
    D I K O
    N X S H
    U V W Z

6th Maths - Term 3 Perimeter and Area Three and Five Marks - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The side of a square is 5 cm. Find its perimeter.

  • 2)

    Find the perimeter of a triangle whose sides are 3 cm, 4 cm and 5 cm

  • 3)

    Find the length of the rectangular blackboard whose perimeter is 6 m and the breadth is 1 m.

  • 4)

    Find the cost of fencing a square plot of side 12 m at the rate of `15 per metre

  • 5)

    From one vertex of an equilateral triangle with side 40 cm, an equilateral triangle with 6 cm side is removed. What is the perimeter of the remaining portion?

6th Maths - Term 3 Integers Three and Five Marks - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Find the numbers on the number line that are at a distance of 3 units in the opposite directions to −2

  • 2)

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

  • 3)

    Compare −14 and −11

  • 4)

    Write all the integers between the given numbers.
    i) 7 and 10
    ii) −5 and 4
    iii) −3 and 3
    iv) −5 and 0

  • 5)

    Look at the Celsius Thermometer and answer the following questions:
    i) What is the temperature that is shown in the Thermometer?
    ii) Where will you mark the temperature 50 C below 00 C in the Thermometer?
    iii) What will be the temperature, if 100 C is reduced from the temperature shown in the Thermometer?
    iv) Mark the opposite of 150 C in the Thermometer.

6th Maths - Term 3 Fractions Three and Five Marks - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Saravanan’s father bought \(2{3\over4}m,2{1\over2}m\) and \(1{1\over4}m\) of cloth. Find the total length of the cloth bought by him?

  • 2)

    Add: \(3{2\over4}+7{2\over5}\)

  • 3)

    In the above situation, find the quantity of milk left over. So subtract \(3{1\over4}\)from \(5{1\over2}\)

  • 4)

    Simplify: \(9{1\over4}-3{5\over6}\)

  • 5)

    Maruthu, a milk man has 4 bottles of milk each containing \(1{1\over2}\)litres. How much milk does he have in all?

6th Standard Maths - Fractions Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    Which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • 2)

    The difference between \(3\over7\)and \(2\over9\) is

  • 3)

    Pugazh has been given four choices for his pocket money by his father. Which of the choices should he take in order to get the maximum money?

  • 4)

    \(7{3\over4}+6{1\over2}=\)_________

  • 5)

    \(5{1\over3}-3{1\over2}=\)_______

6th Standard Maths - Information Processing Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    In the flower exhibition conducted at Ooty for 4 days the number of tickets sold on the first, second, third and fourth days are 1,10,010; 75,070; 25,720 and 30,636 respectively. Find the total number of tickets sold.

  • 2)

    Convert into a Tree diagram [8+(5\(\times\)2)] − [(2\(\times\)3) + 5]

  • 3)

    Convert '5a' into Tree diagram

  • 4)

    Convert the following Tree diagrams into numerical expressions.

  • 5)

    Check whether the Tree diagrams are equal or not.

6th Standard Maths - Term 2 Information Processing 3 Marks and 5 Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Convert into a Tree diagram (9\(\times\)5) + (10\(\times\)12)

  • 2)

    Convert into a Tree diagram (10\(\times\)9) − (8\(\times\)2) + 3

  • 3)

    Convert '5a' into Tree diagram

  • 4)

    Convert the following Tree diagrams into numerical expressions.

  • 5)

    Check whether the Tree diagrams are equal or not.

6th Maths - Term 2 Geometry Three and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Can a triangle be formed with 7 cm, 7 cm and 7 cm as its sides?

  • 2)

    Can a triangle be formed with the angles 80°, 30°, 40°?

  • 3)

    Draw a line segment AB = 7 cm and mark a point P on it. Draw a line perpendicular to the given line segment at P.

  • 4)

    Find the distance between the given lines using a set square at two different points on each of the pairs of lines and check whether they are parallel.

  • 5)

    Draw a line segment measuring 7.8 cm. Mark a point B above it at a distance of 5 cm. Through B draw a line parallel to the given line segment.

6th Standard Maths - Term 2 Bill, Profit and Loss Three and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Barathan offers his customers a discount of Rs 50 on each shirt and still makes a profit of Rs 100 per shirt. What is the actual cost price of the shirt that is marked @ Rs 800?

  • 2)

    Raghu buys a chair for Rs 3000. He wants to sell it at a profit of Rs 500 after making a discount of Rs 300. What is the M.P. of the chair?

  • 3)

    Mani buys a gift article for Rs 1500. He wants to sell it at a profit of Rs 150 on sales and he marks @ Rs 1800. What is the discount that he will give to his customers?

  • 4)

    Fill up the appropriate boxes in the following table.

      C.P. in Rs S.P. in Rs Profit in Rs Loss in Rs
    (i) 100 120    
    (ii) 110 120    
    (iii) 120   20  
    (iv) 100 90    
    (v) 120   25  
  • 5)

    Valarmathi sold her pearl set for Rs 30,000 at profit of Rs 5000. Find the cost price of the pearl set.

6th Standard Maths - Term 2 Measurements Three and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Convert into lower units: 
    (i) 15 km (m, cm, mm)
    (ii) 12 kg (g, mg)

  • 2)

    Geetha brought 2 l and 250 ml of water in a bottle. Her friend drank 300 ml from it. How much of water is remaining in the bottle?

  • 3)

    Thenmozhi’s height is 1.25 m now. She grows 5 cm every year. What would be her height after 6 years?

  • 4)

    In a school,200 litres of lemon juice is prepared. If 250 ml lemon juice is given to each student, how many students get the juice?

  • 5)

    Mala's date of birth is 20-11-1999. What is her age on 05-10-2018?

6th Standard Maths - Term 2 Numbers Three and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Find the HCF of the numbers 40 and 56 by division method.

  • 2)

    A book seller has 175 English books, 245 Science books and 385 Mathematics books. He wants to sell the books in a box, subject-wise in equal numbers. What will be the greatest number of the boxes required? Also find the number of books for each subject in a box.

  • 3)

    Find the smallest number that can be divided by 254 and 508 which leaves the remainder 4.

  • 4)

    Find A as required:
    (i) The greatest 2 digit number 9A is divisible by 2.
    (ii) The least number 567A is divisible by 3.
    (iii) The greatest 3 digit number 9A6 is divisible by 6.
    (iv) The number A08 is divisible by 4 and 9.
    (v) The number 225A85 is divisible by 11.

  • 5)

    The product of 2 two digit numbers is 300 and their HCF is 5. What are the numbers?

6th Maths - Term 1 Information Processing 3 Marks and 5 Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Suppose, you have two shorts, one is black and the other one is blue; three shirts which are in white, blue and red. You again wish to make different combinations, but you always want to make sure that the shorts and shirt that you wear are of different colours. List and check how many combinations are possible now.

  • 2)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 3)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 4)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 5)

    Find the number of dots in the tenth figure of the following patterns.

6th Maths - Term 1 Statistics Three Marks and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Draw a pictograph for the given data.

    Month June July August September
    Number of Computers sold 300 450 600 550

    (Choose your own suitable scale)

  • 2)

    The following table shows the number of tourists who visited the places in the month of May. Draw a pictograph.

    Place Mahabalipuram Vedanthangal Hogenakkal Ooty
    Number of Tourists 20,000 15,000 40,000 35,000

    (Choose your own suitable scale)

  • 3)

    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.

  • 4)

    The fruits liked by the students of a class are as follows:

    Fruits Bananas Grapes Apples Mangoes Guavas Papayas Other fruits
    Number of students 8 10 8 7 12 3 2

    Draw a Bar Graph for this data.

  • 5)

    The table shows the number of moons that orbit each of the planets in our solar system.

    Planet Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto
    Number of Moons 0 0 1 2 28 30 21 8 1

    Make a Bar graph for the above data.

6th Standard Maths - Term 1 Introduction To Algebra Three Marks and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Express the following algebraic statement to verbal statement.
    5n − 12

  • 2)

    Express the following algebraic statement to verbal statement.
    11 + 10x

  • 3)

    Express the following algebraic statement to verbal statement.
    70s

  • 4)

    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?

  • 5)

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

6th Standard Maths - Term 1 Ratio and Proportion Three Marks and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Divide the numbers given below in the required ratio. 40 in the ratio 6 : 14

  • 2)

    By proportionality law, check whether 3 : 2 and 30 : 20 are in proportion.

  • 3)

    Find whether 12, 24, 18, 36 in that order can be expressed as two ratios that are in proportion.

  • 4)

    Antony brushes his teeth in the morning and night on all days in a week. Shabeen brushes her teeth only in the morning. What is the ratio of the number of times they brush their teeth in a week?

  • 5)

    Team A wins 26 matches out of 52 matches. Team B wins three-fourth of 52 matches played. Which team has a better winning record?

6th Standard Maths - Term 1 Geometry Three Marks and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Construct a line segment using ruler and compass.\(\overline{CD} = 3.6 cm\)

  • 2)

    Construct a line segment using ruler and compass.\(\overline{QR} = 10cm\)

  • 3)

    Draw the following angles using the protractor.0º

  • 4)

    Draw the following angles using the protractor.180º

  • 5)

    Draw the following angles using the protractor.38º

6th Maths - Term 1 Numbers Three Marks and Five Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    If Rs 10,00,000 was distributed in a Government scheme to 500 women in the Self Help Groups, then find the amount given to each woman.

  • 2)

    Simplify : 24 + 2 \(\times\) 8 ÷ 2 + 1

  • 3)

    Rs 62500 was equally distributed as a New Year bonus for 25 employees of a company. How much did each receive?

  • 4)

    Simplify the following numerical expressions:100 + 8 ÷ 2 + {(3 \(\times\) 2) − 6 ÷ 2}

  • 5)

    Find the estimated value of 5598 ÷ 689

6th Standard Maths - Geometry Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    If two sides of a triangle are 5 cm and 9 cm, then the third side is ______________

  • 2)

    An equilateral triangle is

  • 3)

    Which of the following is not possible?

  • 4)

    Which of the following can be the sides of an isosceles triangle?

  • 5)

    Every triangle has at least __________ acute angles.

6th Maths - Bill, Profit and Loss Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    Discount is subtracted from ____________ to get S.P.

  • 2)

    There is no profit or loss when

  • 3)

    Discount = M.P. - _____________

  • 4)

    A fruit seller bought a basket of fruits for Rs 500. During the transit some fruits were damaged. So, he was able to sell the remaining fruits for Rs 480. Find the profit or loss in his business.

  • 5)

    Manimegalai purchased a house for Rs 25,52,500 and spent Rs 2,28,350 for its repair. She sold it for Rs 30,52,000. Find her gain or loss.

6th Standard Maths - Measurements Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    2 days = ____________ hours.

  • 2)

    Number of ordinary years between two consecutive leap years is _______________

  • 3)

    2 ½ years is equal to ______________ months.

  • 4)

    250 ml + ½ l = _______________ l

  • 5)

    20 l – 1 l 500 ml = _________l _________ml

6th Standard Maths - Numbers Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    The only even prime number is

  • 2)

    The factors of a number are 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 16, 20, 40 and 80. What is the number?

  • 3)

    If the number 6354 * 97 is divisible by 9, then the value * is

  • 4)

    The greatest 4 digit number which is exactly divisible by 8, 9 and 12 is

  • 5)

    Which of the following cannot be the HCF of two numbers whose LCM is 120?

6th Maths - Information Processing Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Study and complete the following pattern
    i) 1 x 1 = 1 
    11 x 11 = 121
    111 x 111 = 12321
    1111 x 1111 = ?
    11111 x 11111 = ?

  • 2)

    Find next three numbers in the following number patterns.
    i) 50, 51, 53, 56, 60, …
    ii) 77, 69, 61, 53,…
    iii) 10, 20, 40, 80, …
    \(iv) {21\over33},{321\over444},{4321\over5555},.....\)
     

  • 3)

    Consider the Fibonacci sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8,13, 21, 34, 55,… Observe and complete the following table by understanding the number pattern followed. After filling the table discuss the pattern followed in addition and subtraction of the numbers of the sequence.

    Steps Pattern 1 Pattern 2
    i) 1+3 = 4 5 -1 =4
    ii) 1+3+8=_____ ?
    iii) 1+3+8+21 =__________ ?
    iv) ? ?
  • 4)

    Complete the following patterns.

  • 5)

    Find HCF of the following pair of numbers by Euclid’s game.
    i) 25 and 35
    ii) 36 and 12
    iii) 15 and 29

6th Maths Term 3 - Perimeter and Area Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Find the perimeter and the area of the rectangle whose length is 6 m and breadth is 4 m.

  • 2)

    Find the perimeter and the area of the square whose side is 8 cm

  • 3)

    Find the perimeter and the area of a right angled triangle whose sides are 6 feet, 8 feet and 10 feet.

  • 4)

    The area of a rectangular shaped photo is 820 sq. cm. and its width is 20 cm. What is its length? Also find its perimeter

  • 5)

    A square park has 40 m as its perimeter. What is the length of its side? Also find its area.

6th Maths Term 3 - Integers Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Mark the numbers 4, −3, 6, −1 and −5 on the number line.

  • 2)

    On the number line, which number is
    i) 4 units to the right of −7?
    ii) 5 units to the left of 3?

  • 3)

    Find the opposite of the following numbers
    i) 44
    ii) −19
    iii) 0
    iv) −312
    v) 789

  • 4)

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

  • 5)

    From the following number lines, identify the correct and the wrong representations with reason

6th Maths - Term 3 - Fractions Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Sankari purchased \(2{1\over2}\)m cloth to stich a long skirt and \(1{3\over 4}m\) cloth to stitch blouse. If the cost is Rs.120 per metre then fi nd the cost of cloth purchased by her

  • 2)

    From his office, a person wants to reach his house on foot which is at a distance of \(5{3\over4}\)km. If he had walked \(2{1\over 2}km\)  how much distance still he has to walk to reach his house?

  • 3)

    Which is smaller? The difference between \(2{1\over2}\ and\ 3{2\over3}\) or the sum of \(1{1\over2}\ and\ 2{1\over4}\)

  • 4)

    Mangai bought \(6{3\over4}\)kg of apples. If Kalai bought \(1{1\over2}\) times as Mangai bought, then how many kilograms of apples did Kalai buy?

  • 5)

    The length of the staircase is 5 1/2m If one step is set at 1/4m then how many steps will be there in the staircase?

6th Maths - Term 2 - Geometry Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    In \(\Delta\)ABC, name the
    a) Three sides: ______ , ______ , _______
    b) Three Angles: ______ , ______ , _______
    c) Three Vertices: ______ , _______ , _______

  • 2)

    Classify the given triangles based on its sides as scalene, isosceles or equilateral.

  • 3)

    Classify the following triangles based on its sides and angles.

  • 4)

    I am a closed figure with each of my three angles is 60°. Who am I?

  • 5)

    What are the angles of an isosceles right angled triangle?

6th Maths - Term 2 Bill, Profit and Loss Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    A man bought 75 Mangoes for Rs 300 and sold 50 Mangoes for Rs 300. If he sold all the mangoes at the same price, find his profit or loss.

  • 2)

    Amutha marked her home product of pickle as Rs 300 per pack. But she sold it for only Rs 275 per pack. What was the discount offered by her per pack?

  • 3)

    Valavan bought 24 eggs for Rs 96. Four of them were broken and also he had a loss of Rs 36 on selling them. What is the selling price of one egg?

  • 4)

    Mangai bought a cell phone for Rs 12585. It fell down. She spent Rs 500 on its repair. She sold it for Rs 7500. Find her profit or loss.

  • 5)

    A shopkeeper buys three articles for Rs 325, rs 450 and Rs 510. He is able to sell them for Rs 350, Rs 425 and Rs 525 respectively. Find the gain or loss to the shopkeeper on the whole.

6th Maths - Term 2 Measurements Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Janaki bought 650 mg of a tablet. What is its weight in gram?

  • 2)

    Murali has a bag that weighs 3 kg and 450 g. What is its weight in gram?

  • 3)

    A calf drinks 5.750 l of water ,convert into ml

  • 4)

    Convert 526 ml into l

  • 5)

    Saritha bought 6 m and 40 cm of cloth for herself and 3 m and 80 cm of cloth for her sister. What was the total length of the cloth bought by her?

6th standard Maths - Term 2 Numbers Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Write the smallest and the biggest two digit prime number.

  • 2)

    Write the smallest and the biggest three digit composite number.

  • 3)

    The sum of any three odd natural numbers is odd. Justify this statement with an example.

  • 4)

    The digits of the prime number 13 can be reversed to get another prime number 31. Find if any such pairs exist upto 100.

  • 5)

    Find the HCF and the LCM of the numbers 154, 198 and 286.

6th Maths - Geometry Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    How many line segments are there in the given line? Name them.

  • 2)

    Name the vertex and sides that form each angle.
    (i)

    vertex ________
    sides ________
    (ii) 

    vertex ________
    sides ________
    (iii)

    vertex ________
    sides ________
    (iv)

    vertex ________
    sides ________

  • 3)

    Draw and label each of the angles.
    (i) ∠NAS
    (ii) ∠BIG
    (iii) ∠SMC

  • 4)

    Draw any 3 lines to have a point of concurrency.

  • 5)

    Draw any 3 lines that are not concurrent. Find the number of points of intersection.

6th Maths - Term 1 Model Question Paper - by Kavitha Ramalingam - Madurai View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The number of days in ‘w’ weeks is

  • 3)

    If 2 : 3 and 4: ___ are equivalent ratios, then the missing term is

  • 4)

    Which of the following fractions is not a proper fraction?

  • 5)

    A Pictograph is also known as____________.

6th Maths Chapter 3 Ratio and Proportion Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Find the simplified form of the following ratios 15 : 20

  • 2)

    Find the simplified form of the following ratios 32 : 24

  • 3)

    Find the simplified form of the following ratios 7 : 15

  • 4)

    What is the ratio of 40 minutes to 1 hour?

  • 5)

    Give two equivalent ratios for each of the following.3 : 2

6th Maths - Introduction To Algebra Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Use a variable to write the rule, which gives the number of ice candy sticks required to make the following patterns.
    a pattern of letter C as 
    (i)

    (ii)

  • 2)

    Express the following verbal statement to algebraic statement.
    ‘t’ is added to 100.

  • 3)

    Express the following verbal statement to algebraic statement.
    8 reduced by ‘y’.

  • 4)

    Express the following verbal statement to algebraic statement.
    56 added to 2 times ‘x’.

  • 5)

    The teacher asked two students to write the algebraic statement for the verbal statement “8 more than a number”. Vetri wrote ‘8 + x’ but Maran wrote ‘8x’. Who gave the correct answer?

6th Standard Maths Chapter 1 Numbers Two Marks Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    How many ten thousands are there in the smallest 6 digit number?

  • 2)

    Using the digits 5, 2, 0, 7, 3 form the largest 5 digit number and the smallest 5 digit number.

  • 3)

    Observe the commas and write down the place value of 7. 56,74,56,345

  • 4)

    Of the numbers 1386787215, 137698890, 86720560, which one is the largest? Which one is the smallest?

  • 5)

    In a year, a whole-sale paper firm sold 6,25,600 notebooks out of 7,50,000 notebooks. Find the number of notebooks left unsold.

6th Maths - Term 1 Five Mark Model Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Tamil Nadu has about twenty six thousand three hundred forty five square kilometre of Forest land. Write the number mentioned in the statement in the Indian System.

  • 2)

    Read the table and answer the following questions.

    Name of the Star Diameter (in miles)
    Sun 864730
    Sirius 1556500
    Canopus 25941900
    Alpha Centauri 1037700
    Arcturus 19888800
    Vega 2594200

    (i) Write the Canopus star’s diameter in words, in the Indian and the International System.
    (ii) Write the sum of the place values of 5 in Sirius star’s diameter in the Indian System.
    (iii) Eight hundred sixty four million seven hundred thirty. Write this in standard form of Indian System.
    (iv) Write the diameter in words of Arcturus star in the International System.
    (v) Write the difference of the diameters of Canopus and Arcturus stars in the Indian and the International Systems.

  • 3)

    Gopal is 8 years younger to Karan. If the sum of their ages is 30, how old is Karnan?

  • 4)

    In a family, the amount spent in a month for buying Provisions and Vegetables are in the ratio 3 : 2. If the allotted amount is Rs 4000, then what will be the amount spent for (i) Provisions and (ii) Vegetables?

  • 5)

    From the given figure, name
    (i) all pairs of parallel lines.
    (ii) all pairs of intersecting lines.
    (iii) pair of lines whose point of intersection is ‘V’.
    (iv) point of intersection of the lines ‘ l2 ’ and ‘l3’.
    (v) point of intersection of the lines ‘l1’ and ‘l5’.

6th Maths Term 3 Fractions Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • 2)

    The difference between \(3\over7\)and \(2\over9\) is

  • 3)

    Pugazh has been given four choices for his pocket money by his father. Which of the choices should he take in order to get the maximum money?

  • 4)

    \(5{1\over3}-3{1\over2}=\)_______

  • 5)

    \(8\div{1\over2}=\)_____

6th Maths Term 3 Integers Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    There are __________ positive integers from −5 to 6.

  • 2)

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

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    The potable water available at 100m below the ground level is denoted as __________ m.

  • 5)

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

6th Maths Term 3 Perimeter and Area Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The following figures are of equal area. Which figure has the least perimeter?

  • 2)

    If two identical rectangles of perimeter 30 cm are joined together, then the perimeter of the new shape will be

  • 3)

    If every side of a rectangle is doubled, then its area becomes _____ times

  • 4)

    The side of a square is 10 cm. If its side is tripled, then by how many times will its perimeter increase?

  • 5)

    The length and breadth of a rectangular sheet of a paper are 15 cm and 12 cm respectively. A rectangular piece is cut from one of its corners. Which of the following statement is correct for the remaining sheet?

6th Standard Maths Term 3 Symmetry Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Which word has a vertical line of symmetry?

  • 2)

    The order of rotational symmetry of 8 | 8 is _____

  • 3)

    The order of rotational symmetry of is ____

  • 4)

    The order of rotational symmetry of the letter ‘z’ is ______

  • 5)

    A fi gure is said to have rotational symmetry, if the order of rotation is atleast ______

6th Standard Maths Term 3 Information Processing Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The next term in the sequence 15, 17, 20, 22, 25,... is

  • 2)

    What will be the 25th letter in the pattern? ABCAABBCCAAABBBCCC,...

  • 3)

    The difference between 6th term and 5th term in the Fibonacci sequence is

  • 4)

    The 11th term in the Lucas sequence 1, 3, 4, 7, ... is

  • 5)

    If the Highest Common Factor of 26 and 54 is 2, then HCF of 54 and 28 is...

6th Standard Maths Term 2 Information Processing Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    In the flower exhibition conducted at Ooty for 4 days the number of tickets sold on the first, second, third and fourth days are 1,10,010; 75,070; 25,720 and 30,636 respectively. Find the total number of tickets sold.

  • 2)

    Convert the tree diagram into numerical expression.

  • 3)

    Convert the Tree diagram into a numerical expression.

  • 4)

    Convert '3a+b' into Tree diagram

  • 5)

    '6 times a and 7 less' Convert into a Tree diagram.

6th Maths - Geometry Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The given triangle is ___________

  • 2)

    The angles of a right angled triangle are

  • 3)

    Which of the following can be the sides of an isosceles triangle?

  • 4)

    Every triangle has at least __________ acute angles.

  • 5)

    The sum of three angles of a triangle is ___________.

6th Maths - Bill, Profit and Loss Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    'Overhead expenses' is always included in _______________

  • 2)

    There is no profit or loss when

  • 3)

    Discount = M.P. - _____________

  • 4)

    A fruit seller bought a dozen apples for Rs 84. 2 apples got rotten. If he has to get a profit of Rs 16, find the S.P. of each apple.

  • 5)

    Amutha marked her home product of pickle as Rs 300 per pack. But she sold it for only Rs 275 per pack. What was the discount offered by her per pack?

6th Maths - Measurements Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    9 m 4 cm is equal to ____________

  • 2)

    1006 g is equal to _________

  • 3)

    Number of ordinary years between two consecutive leap years is _______________

  • 4)

    What time will it be 5 hours after 22:35 hours?

  • 5)

    2 ½ years is equal to ______________ months.

6th Maths - Term 2 Numbers Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The difference between two successive odd numbers is

  • 2)

    The prime factorisation of 60 is 2 \(\times\) 2 \(\times\) 3 \(\times\) 5. Any other number which has the same prime factorisation as 60 is

  • 3)

    If the number 6354 * 97 is divisible by 9, then the value * is

  • 4)

    The greatest 4 digit number which is exactly divisible by 8, 9 and 12 is

  • 5)

    If the LCM of 3 and 9 is 9, then their HCF is _______________

6th Standard Maths Unit 6 Information Processing Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    You have two red and two blue blocks. How many different towers can you build that are four blocks high using these blocks? List all the possibilities.

  • 2)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 3)

    Find the number of dots in the tenth figure of the following patterns.

  • 4)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 5)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

6th Standard Maths - Statistics Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The tally marks for the number 7 in standard form is_____________.

  • 2)

    A Pictograph is also known as____________.

  • 3)

    A bar graph cannot be drawn using_____________.

  • 4)

    The spaces between any two bars in a bar graph___________.

  • 5)

    The collected information is called_______.

6th Standard Maths - Geometry Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The number of line segments in

  • 2)

    In this Figure, ∠AYZ = 45°. If point ‘A’ is shifted to point ‘B’ along the ray, then the measure of ∠BYZ is ___________
    .

  • 3)

    A set of collinear points in the figure are _________.

  • 4)

    A ray has ____________ end point(s).

  • 5)

    Observe the diagram and fill in the blanks. ‘A’, ‘O’ and ‘C’ are _________ points.

6th Standard Maths Unit 3 Ratio and Proportion Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    If 2 : 3 and 4: ___ are equivalent ratios, then the missing term is

  • 2)

    Which is not an equivalent ratio of \({16\over 24}\) ?

  • 3)

    If the ratios formed using the numbers 2, 5, x, 20 in the same order are in proportion, then ‘x’ is

  • 4)

    The equivalent fraction of \(\frac { 1 }{ 7 } \) is _____________

  • 5)

    Ratio of Rs3 to Rs5 = __________.

6th Standard Maths Unit 2 Introduction To Algebra Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    ‘6y’ means

  • 2)

    The value of ‘y’ in y + 7 = 13 is

  • 3)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

  • 4)

    The letters a, b, c, … x, y, z are used to represent______________.

  • 5)

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

6th Maths Chapter 1 Numbers Book Back Questions - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The difference between the successor and the predecessor of 99999 is

  • 3)

    The Arabian Sea has an area of 1491000 square miles. This area lies between which two numbers?

  • 4)

    The smallest 7 digit number is ____________

  • 5)

    The largest 8 digit number is ____________

6th Standard Maths - Fractions One Marks Question With Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • 2)

    The difference between \(3\over7\)and \(2\over9\) is

  • 3)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 4)

    If \({6\over7}={A\over49}\)then the value of A is

  • 5)

    Pugazh has been given four choices for his pocket money by his father. Which of the choices should he take in order to get the maximum money?

6th Standard Maths Information Processing Model Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    In the flower exhibition conducted at Ooty for 4 days the number of tickets sold on the first, second, third and fourth days are 1,10,010; 75,070; 25,720 and 30,636 respectively. Find the total number of tickets sold.

  • 2)

    Vani and Kala along with three other friends went to a butter milk shop. The cost of one butter milk is Rs 6. If 9 more friends joined them, then how much money did they have to pay? Vani said they had to pay Rs 84 whereas Kala said they had to pay Rs 59. Who is correct?

  • 3)

    If a ration shop has distributed 1,00,000 kg of rice to 5000 families, then find the quantity of rice given to each family?

  • 4)

    Convert into a Tree diagram [8+(5\(\times\)2)] − [(2\(\times\)3) + 5]

  • 5)

    Convert into a Tree diagram [(9−4)\(\times\)8] + [(8+2)\(\times\)3]

6th Maths - Geometry One Mark Question and Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The given triangle is ___________

  • 2)

    If all angles of a triangle are less than a right angle, then it is called ______________.

  • 3)

    If two sides of a triangle are 5 cm and 9 cm, then the third side is ______________

  • 4)

    The angles of a right angled triangle are

  • 5)

    An equilateral triangle is

6th Standard Maths - Bill, Profit and Loss One Mark Question and Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Discount is subtracted from ____________ to get S.P.

  • 2)

    'Overhead expenses' is always included in _______________

  • 3)

    There is no profit or loss when

  • 4)

    Discount = M.P. - _____________

6th Maths Chapter 1 Measurements - One Mark Question and Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    9 m 4 cm is equal to ____________

  • 2)

    1006 g is equal to _________

  • 3)

    Every day 150 l of water is sprayed in the garden. Water sprayed in a week is ____________

  • 4)

    What time will it be 5 hours after 22:35 hours?

  • 5)

    2 ½ years is equal to ______________ months.

6th Maths Term 2 - Numbers One Mark Question and Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The difference between two successive odd numbers is

  • 2)

    The only even prime number is

  • 3)

    The prime factorisation of 60 is 2 \(\times\) 2 \(\times\) 3 \(\times\) 5. Any other number which has the same prime factorisation as 60 is

  • 4)

    If the number 6354 * 97 is divisible by 9, then the value * is

  • 5)

    The number 87846 is divisible by

6th Maths Unit 5 Statistics One Mark Question with Answer Key - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The tally marks for the number 7 in standard form is_____________.

  • 2)

    The plural form of ‘datum’ is

  • 3)

    A Pictograph is also known as____________.

  • 4)

    A bar graph cannot be drawn using_____________.

  • 5)

    The spaces between any two bars in a bar graph___________.

6th Standard Maths Chapter 4 Geometry One Mark Question and Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The number of line segments in

  • 2)

    A line is denoted as

  • 3)

    In this Figure, which is not the correct way of naming an angle?

  • 4)

    In this Figure, ∠AYZ = 45°. If point ‘A’ is shifted to point ‘B’ along the ray, then the measure of ∠BYZ is ___________
    .

  • 5)

    A set of collinear points in the figure are _________.

6th Maths Chapter 3 Ratio and Proportion - One Mark Question Paper and Answer - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The ratio of Rs1 to 20 paise is __________.

  • 2)

    The ratio of 1 m to 50 cm is __________.

  • 3)

    If 2 : 3 and 4: ___ are equivalent ratios, then the missing term is

  • 4)

    An equivalent ratio of 4 : 7 is

  • 5)

    Which is not an equivalent ratio of \({16\over 24}\) ?

6th Maths Introduction To Algebra One Mark Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Variable means that it

  • 2)

    ‘6y’ means

  • 3)

    The value of ‘y’ in y + 7 = 13 is

  • 4)

    6 less to ‘n’ gives 8 is represented as

  • 5)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

6th Mathematics Chapter 1 Numbers One Mark Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    Which list of numbers is in order from the smallest to the largest?

  • 3)

    The value of 3 + 5 − 7 \(\times\) 1 is ________.

  • 4)

    The value of 24 \(\div \) {8-(3\(\times\)2)} is

  • 5)

    The estimation to the nearest hundred of 76812 is

6th Maths Term 2 Numbers Important Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The prime factorisation of 60 is 2 \(\times\) 2 \(\times\) 3 \(\times\) 5. Any other number which has the same prime factorisation as 60 is

  • 2)

    If the number 6354 * 97 is divisible by 9, then the value * is

  • 3)

    The number 87846 is divisible by

  • 4)

    Which of the following pairs is co-prime?

  • 5)

    The HCF of two numbers is 2 and their LCM is 154. If the difference between the numbers is 8, then the sum is

6th Standard Maths Term 1 Model Question Paper 2 - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The value of 3 + 5 − 7 \(\times\) 1 is ________.

  • 3)

    The number of days in ‘w’ weeks is

  • 4)

    An equivalent ratio of 4 : 7 is

  • 5)

    The tally marks represents the number count

6th Standard Maths Term 1 Model Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    ‘6y’ means

  • 3)

    The value of ‘x’ in the circle is

  • 4)

    An equivalent ratio of 4 : 7 is

  • 5)

    The number of line segments in

6th Standard Maths Term 1 Five Marks Model Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    How many thousands are there in 1 lakh?

  • 2)

    The heights (in metres) of the mountains in Tamil Nadu are as follows:

    SI.No Mountains Height (in metres)
    1 Doddabetta 2637
    2 Mahendragiri 1647
    3 Anaimudi 2695
    4 Velliangiri 1778

    (i) Which is the highest mountain listed above?
    (ii) Order the mountains from the highest to the lowest.
    (iii) What is the difference between the heights of the mountains Anaimudi and Mahendragiri?

  • 3)

    Simplify : 20 + [ 8 \(\times\) 2 + {\(\overline { 6\times 3 } \)-10 \(\div \) 5}]

  • 4)

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

  • 5)

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

6th Standard Maths Term 1 Two Marks Model Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Complete the given order.
    Ten crore, crore, ten lakh, ___________, ___________, ____________, _________, ___________.

  • 2)

    Using the digits 5, 2, 0, 7, 3 form the largest 5 digit number and the smallest 5 digit number.

  • 3)

    Observe the commas and write down the place value of 7. 567,456,345

  • 4)

    Simplify the following numerical expressions: (10 + 17) ÷ 3

  • 5)

    Round off the following to the given nearest place. 44,555; thousand

6th Standard Maths Term 1 Model One Marks Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The expanded form of the number 6,70,905 is

  • 3)

    Which list of numbers is in order from the smallest to the largest?

  • 4)

    The estimated difference of 167826 and 2765 rounded off to the nearest thousand is

  • 5)

    ‘6y’ means

6th Standard Maths Chapter 6 Information Processing Model Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 2)

    Find the number of dots in the tenth figure of the following patterns.

  • 3)

    Suppose, you have two shorts, one is black and the other one is blue; three shirts which are in white, blue and red. You again wish to make different combinations, but you always want to make sure that the shorts and shirt that you wear are of different colours. List and check how many combinations are possible now.

  • 4)

    How many Triangles are there in each of the following figures?

  • 5)

    Arrange the odd numbers from 1 to 17 without repetition to get a sum of 30 on each side of the magic triangle.

6th Standard Maths Chapter 5 Statistics Important Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The tally marks for the number 7 in standard form is_____________.

  • 2)

    The plural form of ‘datum’ is

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    A Pictograph is also known as____________.

  • 5)

    The spaces between any two bars in a bar graph___________.

6th Standard Maths Chapter 4 Geometry Important Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The number of line segments in

  • 2)

    A line is denoted as

  • 3)

    In this Figure, which is not the correct way of naming an angle?

  • 4)

    In this Figure, ∠AYZ = 45°. If point ‘A’ is shifted to point ‘B’ along the ray, then the measure of ∠BYZ is ___________
    .

  • 5)

    A point of concurrency in the figure is _________.

6th Standard Maths Chapter 3 Ratio and Proportion Important Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    The ratio of Rs1 to 20 paise is __________.

  • 2)

    Which is not an equivalent ratio of \({16\over 24}\) ?

  • 3)

    If Rs 1600 is divided among A and B in the ratio 3 : 5 then, B’s share is

  • 4)

    Which of the following ratios are in proportion?

  • 5)

    If 7 : 5 is in proportion to x : 25, then ‘x’ is

6th Standard Maths Chapter 2 Introduction To Algebra Important Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    Variable means that it

  • 2)

    ‘6y’ means

  • 3)

    The number of days in ‘w’ weeks is

  • 4)

    6 less to ‘n’ gives 8 is represented as

  • 5)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

6th Standard Maths Chapter 1 Numbers Important Question Paper - by Kowsalya - Thanjavur View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The value of 3 + 5 − 7 \(\times\) 1 is ________.

  • 3)

    The product of a non-zero whole number and its successor is always

  • 4)

    The whole number that does not have a predecessor is

  • 5)

    Which of the following expressions is not zero?

6 th standard Maths Model test Important Question paper - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 2)

    3 units to the left of 1 is

  • 3)

    The following figures are of equal area. Which figure has the least perimeter?

  • 4)

    Which of the following letter does not have a line of symmetry?

  • 5)

    If the Highest Common Factor of 26 and 54 is 2, then HCF of 54 and 28 is...

6th standard Maths Term 3 Complete Study Material - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 2)

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

  • 3)

    The following figures are of equal area. Which figure has the least perimeter?

  • 4)

    The order of rotational symmetry of is ____

  • 5)

    What will be the 25th letter in the pattern? ABCAABBCCAAABBBCCC,...

6th Standard Maths Information Processing questions and answers 2019 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The next term in the sequence 15, 17, 20, 22, 25,... is

  • 2)

    What will be the 25th letter in the pattern? ABCAABBCCAAABBBCCC,...

  • 3)

    The difference between 6th term and 5th term in the Fibonacci sequence is

  • 4)

    The 11th term in the Lucas sequence 1, 3, 4, 7, ... is

  • 5)

    If the Highest Common Factor of 26 and 54 is 2, then HCF of 54 and 28 is...

6th Standard Maths Term 3 Chapter-4 Symmetry Important 3 Mark Questions and Answers - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Draw the lines of symmetry for the given figures and also find the number of lines of symmetry

  • 2)

    Draw the lines of symmetry for an equilateral triangle, a square, a regular pentagon and a regular hexagon and also find the number of lines of symmetry.

  • 3)

    Complete the other half of the following figures such that the dotted line is a line of symmetry

  • 4)

    Assuming one shape is the reflection of the other, draw the mirror line for each of the given figures

  • 5)

    Draw the reflection image of the following figures about the given line.

6th Standard Maths Perimeter and Area Important Questions and Answers 2019 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Find the perimeter and the area of a right angled triangle whose sides are 6 feet, 8 feet and 10 feet.

  • 2)

    The area of a rectangular shaped photo is 820 sq. cm. and its width is 20 cm. What is its length? Also find its perimeter

  • 3)

    A square park has 40 m as its perimeter. What is the length of its side? Also find its area.

  • 4)

    The scalene triangle has 40 cm as its perimeter and whose two sides are 13 cm and 15 cm, find the third side

  • 5)

    A square of side 2 cm is joined with a rectangle of length 15 cm and breadth 10 cm. Find the perimeter of the combined shape.

6th Standard Maths Integers Chapters All Important Questions and Answers 2019 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    There are __________ positive integers from −5 to 6.

  • 2)

    The opposite of 20 units to the left of 0 is

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    3 units to the left of 1 is

  • 5)

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

6th Std Term 3 Fractions Full Study Material - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • 2)

    The difference between \(3\over7\)and \(2\over9\) is

  • 3)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 4)

    If \({6\over7}={A\over49}\)then the value of A is

  • 5)

    Pugazh has been given four choices for his pocket money by his father. Which of the choices should he take in order to get the maximum money?

6th Standard Maths Term 3 One Mark Question Paper 2018 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 2)

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

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    The following figures are of equal area. Which figure has the least perimeter?

  • 5)

    If every side of a rectangle is doubled, then its area becomes _____ times

6th Standard Maths Model Revision Test Question Paper 2018 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • 2)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 3)

    There are __________ positive integers from −5 to 6.

  • 4)

    3 units to the left of 1 is

  • 5)

    If every side of a rectangle is doubled, then its area becomes _____ times

6th Standard Maths Term 3 Important Model Question Paper 2018 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The reciprocal of \(53\over17\) is

  • 2)

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

  • 3)

    The following figures are of equal area. Which figure has the least perimeter?

  • 4)

    Which word has a vertical line of symmetry?

  • 5)

    The difference between 6th term and 5th term in the Fibonacci sequence is

6th Standard Maths Model Summative Assesment Question Paper 2018 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    If \({6\over7}={A\over49}\)then the value of A is

  • 2)

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

  • 3)

    If two identical rectangles of perimeter 30 cm are joined together, then the perimeter of the new shape will be

  • 4)

    Which word has a vertical line of symmetry?

  • 5)

    The difference between 6th term and 5th term in the Fibonacci sequence is

2nd Term Model SA Question 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The difference between two successive odd numbers is

  • 2)

    If the number 6354 * 97 is divisible by 9, then the value * is

  • 3)

    What time will it be 5 hours after 22:35 hours?

  • 4)

    Discount is subtracted from ____________ to get S.P.

  • 5)

    If two sides of a triangle are 5 cm and 9 cm, then the third side is ______________

6th STANDARD MATHS SECOND SUMMATIVE EXAMINATION -2018 ( Answer Key ) - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The only even prime number is

  • 2)

    9 m 4 cm is equal to ____________

  • 3)

    Number of ordinary years between two consecutive leap years is _______________

  • 4)

    Discount = M.P. - _____________

  • 5)

    The given triangle is ___________

6th Maths Ratio and Proportion Important Questions - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The ratio of 1 m to 50 cm is __________.

  • 2)

    The ratio of the number of sides of a triangle to the number of sides of a rectangle is

  • 3)

    If the ratios formed using the numbers 2, 5, x, 20 in the same order are in proportion, then ‘x’ is

  • 4)

    If 8 oranges cost Rs 56, then the cost of 5 oranges is Rs ___________.

  • 5)

    Which of the following fractions is not a proper fraction?

6th Maths Introduction To Algebra Important Questions - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Variable means that it

  • 2)

    Radha is ‘x’ years of age now. 4 years ago, her age was

  • 3)

    The value of ‘x’ in the circle is

  • 4)

    The value of ‘y’ in y + 7 = 13 is

  • 5)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

6th Maths 2 Marks Revision Test - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Observe the commas and write down the place value of 7. 567,456,345

  • 2)

    Write any eight digit number with 6 in ten lakh place and 9 in ten thousand place.

  • 3)

    Rs 62500 was equally distributed as a New Year bonus for 25 employees of a company. How much did each receive?

  • 4)

    Try to open my locked suitcase which has the biggest 5 digit odd number as the password comprising the digits 7, 5, 4, 3 and 8. Find the password.

6th Maths Half Yearly One Mark Revision Test 1 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 2)

    The estimation to the nearest hundred of 76812 is

  • 3)

    Which of the following is not true?

  • 4)

    The number of days in ‘w’ weeks is

  • 5)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

6th Maths Half Yearly Revision Test 1 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The Arabian Sea has an area of 1491000 square miles. This area lies between which two numbers?

  • 2)

    The value of ‘x’ in the circle is

  • 3)

    If 2 : 3 and 4: ___ are equivalent ratios, then the missing term is

  • 4)

    In this Figure, which is not the correct way of naming an angle?

  • 5)

    The tally marks represents the number count

Numbers Important Questions - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 2)

    The difference between the successor and the predecessor of 99999 is

  • 3)

    The Arabian Sea has an area of 1491000 square miles. This area lies between which two numbers?

  • 4)

    The chart below shows the number of newspapers sold as per Indian Readership Survey in 2018. Which could be the missing number in the table?

    Name of the Newspaper Ranking Sold (in Lakh)
    A 1 70
    B 2 50
    C 3 ?
    D 4 10
  • 5)

    The value of 3 + 5 − 7 \(\times\) 1 is ________.

6th Mathematics 5 Marks Test - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Read the table and answer the following questions.

    Name of the Star Diameter (in miles)
    Sun 864730
    Sirius 1556500
    Canopus 25941900
    Alpha Centauri 1037700
    Arcturus 19888800
    Vega 2594200

    (i) Write the Canopus star’s diameter in words, in the Indian and the International System.
    (ii) Write the sum of the place values of 5 in Sirius star’s diameter in the Indian System.
    (iii) Eight hundred sixty four million seven hundred thirty. Write this in standard form of Indian System.
    (iv) Write the diameter in words of Arcturus star in the International System.
    (v) Write the difference of the diameters of Canopus and Arcturus stars in the Indian and the International Systems.

  • 2)

    Find the 5 or 6 or 7 digit numbers from a newspaper or a magazine to get a rounded number to the nearest ten thousand.
    (i) A rounded number.
    (ii) A rounded amount of money.
    (iii) An exact number.

  • 3)

    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?

  • 4)

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

  • 5)

    I have a box which has 3 green, 9 blue, 4 yellow, 8 orange coloured cubes in it.
    (a) What is the ratio of orange to yellow cubes?
    (b) What is the ratio of green to blue cubes?
    (c) How many different ratios can be formed, when you compare each colour to anyone of the other colours?

6th Maths Model Exam Question paper - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The difference between the successor and the predecessor of 99999 is

  • 2)

    The value of ‘x’ in the circle is

  • 3)

    An equivalent ratio of 4 : 7 is

  • 4)

    In this Figure, which is not the correct way of naming an angle?

  • 5)

    The plural form of ‘datum’ is

6th Maths One Marks Test - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The difference between the successor and the predecessor of 99999 is

  • 3)

    The value of 3 + 5 − 7 \(\times\) 1 is ________.

  • 4)

    The estimated difference of 167826 and 2765 rounded off to the nearest thousand is

  • 5)

    Which of the following is not true?

6th Maths Half Yearly Model Question Paper 3 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 2)

    The chart below shows the number of newspapers sold as per Indian Readership Survey in 2018. Which could be the missing number in the table?

    Name of the Newspaper Ranking Sold (in Lakh)
    A 1 70
    B 2 50
    C 3 ?
    D 4 10
  • 3)

    Use BODMAS and put the correct operator in the box. 2 \(\Box\) 6 - 12 \(\div \) (4 + 2) = 10

  • 4)

    The number 9785764 is rounded off to the nearest lakh as

  • 5)

    The product of a non-zero whole number and its successor is always

6th Mathematics Half Yearly Model Question Paper 2 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The Arabian Sea has an area of 1491000 square miles. This area lies between which two numbers?

  • 2)

    Which of the following is not true?

  • 3)

    The value of ‘x’ in the circle is

  • 4)

    The ratio of the number of sides of a triangle to the number of sides of a rectangle is

  • 5)

    The number of line segments in

6th Standard Mathematics Half Yearly Model Question Paper 1 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The difference between the successor and the predecessor of 99999 is

  • 3)

    The estimated difference of 167826 and 2765 rounded off to the nearest thousand is

  • 4)

    Which of the following is not true?

  • 5)

    ‘6y’ means

6th Standard Mathematics Revision Test - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Use BODMAS and put the correct operator in the box. 2 \(\Box\) 6 - 12 \(\div \) (4 + 2) = 10

  • 2)

    Which of the following expressions is not zero?

  • 3)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

  • 4)

    If Rs 1600 is divided among A and B in the ratio 3 : 5 then, B’s share is

  • 5)

    A line is denoted as

6th Standard Mathematics Important Creative Questions - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)


    (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

  • 2)

    A ________ is a collection of numbers gathered to give some meaningful information.

  • 3)

    The data can be arranged in a tabular form using ______ marks

  • 4)

    A observation occuring 8 times in a data is represented as _________ using tally marks.

  • 5)

    Tally marks  I represents _______

6th Standard Maths Important Questions For Centum - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The number which on rounding off to the nearest thousand gives 11000 is

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    If Azhagan is 50 years old and his son is 10 years old then the simplest ratio between the age of Azhagan to his son is

  • 5)

    Which is not an equivalent ratio of \({16\over 24}\) ?

6th Maths Important Five Marks Question Paper - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Compare 59283746 and 59283748 using place value chart.

  • 2)

    In an exhibition, the number of tickets sold on the first, second, third and fourth days are 1,10,000, 75,060, 25,700 and 30,606 respectively. Find the total number of tickets sold on all the 4 days.

  • 3)

    Round off the seven digit number 29,75,842 to the nearest lakhs and ten lakhs. Are they the same?

  • 4)

    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?

  • 5)

    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.

6th State Board Maths Model Question Paper 2 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 2)

    Use BODMAS and put the correct operator in the box. 2 \(\Box\) 6 - 12 \(\div \) (4 + 2) = 10

  • 3)

    The value of ‘x’ in the circle is

  • 4)

    If 8 oranges cost Rs 56, then the cost of 5 oranges is Rs ___________.

  • 5)

    A set of collinear points in the figure are _________.

6th Standard State Board Mathematics Model Question Paper 1 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 3)

    \(\frac { 59 }{ 1 } \) is

  • 4)

    The ratio of 1 m to 50 cm is __________.

  • 5)

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

Term I Important One Mark Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 3)

    Which list of numbers is in order from the smallest to the largest?

  • 4)

    The Arabian Sea has an area of 1491000 square miles. This area lies between which two numbers?

  • 5)

    The chart below shows the number of newspapers sold as per Indian Readership Survey in 2018. Which could be the missing number in the table?

    Name of the Newspaper Ranking Sold (in Lakh)
    A 1 70
    B 2 50
    C 3 ?
    D 4 10

Statistics Important Five Mark Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Thamarai is fond of reading books. The number of pages read by her on each day during the last 40 days are given below. Make a Tally Marks table.
    13 5 6 643 5 4 1 6 2 5 3 4 1 6 6 5 5 1
    12 3 2 542 4 1 6 2 5 5 6 5 5 3 5 2 5 1

  • 2)

    Viji threw a die 30 times and noted down the result each time as follows. Prepare a table on the numbers shown using Tally Marks.
    14 3 5 5 6 6 4 3 5 4 5 6 5 2
    4 2 6 5 5 6 6 4 5 6 6 5 4 1 1

  • 3)

    The pictograph shows the number of branded mobile phones sold in fi ve months.

    Each picture of  represents 100 mobiles each  represents 50 mobiles.
    Observe the given table and answer the following questions.
    (i) In which month was the maximum number of brand B mobiles sold?
    (ii) In which month was equal number of brand A and brand B mobiles sold?
    (iii) In which month was the minimum number of brand A mobiles sold?
    (iv) Find the total number of Brand A Mobiles that were sold in 5 months.
    (v) What is the difference between the sale of brand A and brand B Mobiles in the month of May?

  • 4)


    Study the above Bar graph and answer the following questions.
    (i) Which activity is followed by maximum number of students?
    (ii) How many students in all, spend their time on solving puzzles?
    (iii) The total number of students who follow either reading stories or reading their subjects is__________.
    (iv) The activity followed by minimum number of students is__________.
    (v) The number of students who took part in reading comics is_______________.

  • 5)

    The heights (in centimeters) of 40 children are.
    110 112 112 116 119 111 113 115 118 120
    110 113 114 111 114 113 110 120 118 115
    112 110 116 111 115 120 113 111 113 120
    115 111 116 112 110 111 120 111 120 111
    Prepare a tally mark table.

Information Processing Important Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    You have two red and two blue blocks. How many different towers can you build that are four blocks high using these blocks? List all the possibilities.

Statistics Important Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The tally marks for the number 7 in standard form is_____________.

  • 2)

    The tally marks represents the number count

  • 3)

    The plural form of ‘datum’ is

  • 4)

    The pictorial representation for a phrase is a__________.

  • 5)

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

Geometry Important Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The number of line segments in

  • 2)

    A line is denoted as

  • 3)

    A set of collinear points in the figure are _________.

  • 4)

    A set of non-collinear points in the figure are _________.

  • 5)

    A point of concurrency in the figure is _________.

Ratio And Proportion Important Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The ratio of Rs1 to 20 paise is __________.

  • 2)

    The ratio of 1 m to 50 cm is __________.

  • 3)

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

  • 4)

    Which is not an equivalent ratio of \({16\over 24}\) ?

  • 5)

    If Rs 1600 is divided among A and B in the ratio 3 : 5 then, B’s share is

Algebra Important Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    Variable means that it

  • 2)

    ‘6y’ means

  • 3)

    Radha is ‘x’ years of age now. 4 years ago, her age was

  • 4)

    The number of days in ‘w’ weeks is

  • 5)

    The value of ‘y’ in y + 7 = 13 is

Numbers Important Question Paper In 6th Maths - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 3)

    The difference between the successor and the predecessor of 99999 is

  • 4)

    The expanded form of the number 6,70,905 is

  • 5)

    The Arabian Sea has an area of 1491000 square miles. This area lies between which two numbers?

6th Maths Model Question 1 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    1 billion is equal to ___________

  • 2)

    The successor of 10 million is

  • 3)

    The chart below shows the number of newspapers sold as per Indian Readership Survey in 2018. Which could be the missing number in the table?

    Name of the Newspaper Ranking Sold (in Lakh)
    A 1 70
    B 2 50
    C 3 ?
    D 4 10
  • 4)

    Variable means that it

  • 5)

    ‘6y’ means

6th Maths Model Question 2 - by SathishKumar View & Read

  • 1)

    The estimation to the nearest hundred of 76812 is

  • 2)

    The value of ‘c’ for which \(\frac{3c}{4}\) gives 18 is

  • 3)

    An equivalent ratio of 4 : 7 is

  • 4)

    A line is denoted as

  • 5)

    The tally marks for the number 7 in standard form is_____________.