# Worksheet for class 6 Maths

## CBSE Class 6 Maths Questions (Worksheets)

**Worksheet for class 6 Maths** is prepared by the subject matter experts of Home-tution.com having years of teaching experience. It consists of all types of questions starting with easy and slowly moving to difficult questions ensuring coverage of the entire syllabus. The worksheet for class 6 Maths is prepared with subjective questions and MCQ-based questions with detailed explanations of each question asked in the Worksheet for class 6 Maths. All the chapters asked in the CBSE class 6 Maths are covered in chapter wise Worksheet for class 6 Maths. Find More worksheets for class 6 before solving do solve NCERT questions with the help of NCERT Solutions for class 6 Maths.

### Download chapter wise worksheet for class 6 Maths

- Questions for Chapter 1 Knowing Our Numbers
- Questions for Chapter 2 Whole Numbers
- Questions for Chapter 3 Playing with Numbers
- Questions for Chapter 4 Basic Geometrical Ideas
- Questions for Chapter 5 Understanding Elementary Shapes
- Questions for Chapter 6 Integers
- Questions For Chapter 7 Fractions
- Questions for Chapter 8 Decimals
- Questions for Chapter 9 Data Handling
- Questions for Chapter 10 Mensuration
- Questions for Chapter 11 Algebra
- Questions for Chapter 12 Ratio and Proportion
- Questions for Chapter 13 Symmetry
- Questions for Chapter 14 Practical Geometry

## Types of questions covered in worksheets for class 6 Maths

Worksheets for class 6 Maths consist of questions uploaded in pdf form for easy download and pdf are uploaded chapter-wise. We have uploaded all the chapters of CBSE class 6 and all the questions are solved with the right set of details. Questions added in the worksheet for class 6 maths are MCQ based having one choice is correct.

### Worksheets questions for chapter 1 Maths

1. States having the highest population is

(a) 867305.

(b) 867301.

(c) 008673.

(d) 086730.

Answer: (a) Explanation: Numbers of digits are more.

2. Correct descending order is

(a) 307731 > 045011 > 037631 > 093671 > 036731.

(b) 307731 > 093671 > 045011 > 037631 > 036731.

(c) 307731 > 045011 > 093671 > 037631 > 036731.

(d) 307731 > 093671 > 037631 > 036731 > 045011.

Answer: (b) Explanation: Look at the number of digits, further look at digits at lakh, thousands, and hundred. etc place. The number with the greatest digit is the greatest.

3. The greatest number is

(a) 7528411.

(b) 7500400.

(c) 7501411.

(d) 7528471.

Answer: (d) Explanation: Look at the number of digits, further look digits at lakh, thousands, hundreds…..etc place. The number with the greatest digit is the greatest.

4. Without repetition the greatest 4 – digit number from 3, 7, 0, and 4 is

(a) 3704.

(b) 4073.

(c) 4370.

(d) 7430.

Answer: (d) Explanation: Greatest digit is at the greatest place.

5. The smallest 4 – digit number (Repetition of the digit is allowed) from 7, 3, 4, 9 is

(a) 3333.

(b) 3479.

(c) 3497.

(d) 3947.

Answer: (a) Explanation: Since repetition is allowed smallest digit will give the smallest number.

### Worksheet questions for chapter 2 Maths

Q1: The numbers, which we use for counting, are known as

(a) natural numbers.

(b) whole numbers.

(c) integers.

(d) fractions.

Ans. (a)

Explanation:

Natural number as well as counting starts with 1.

Q2: The number, which has no predecessor in the whole number, is

(a) 0.

(b) 1.

(c) 2.

d) 10.

Ans. (a)

Explanation:The number 0 does not have any predecessor in the whole number. This is because the predecessor of 0 is = 0 – 1 = which is not a whole number.

Q3: On the number line, the distance between any two points is called a

(a) point.

(b) number.

(c) unit distance.

(d) distance.

Ans. (c) Explanation: The distance between any two points is known as unit distance.

For example, a distance between 1 and 4 is a 3-unit distance, and, a distance between 0 and 6 is a 6-unit distance.

Q4: Additive element of 12 is

(a) 12.

(b) 1.

(c) 0.

(d) -12.

Ans. (d)

Explanation-Additive element of 12 is –12 which gives the result: 12 + (-12) = 0

Q5: The school canteen charges Rs 20 for lunch and Rs 5 for milk each day. The total cost of both the things to spend in six days is

(a) Rs 25.

(b) Rs 100.

(c) Rs 150.

(d) Rs 200.

Ans. (c) Explanation: Cost of both the things (lunch and milk) = Rs (20 + 5) = Rs 25 Total cost of both the things in six days = Rs 25 x 6 = Rs 150

### Worksheet questions for chapter 3 Maths

1. The Number which is a factor of every number

(a) 0 (b) 1

(c) itself (d) both 1 & 0

1. (b) For example

4 = 4 × 1

7 = 7 × 1

2. Which number is not a factor of 18?

(a) 5 (b) 3

(c) 2 (d) 6

2. (a) factors of 18 are 1, 2, 3, 6 and 9

3. Which of the following numbers is not a multiple of 8?

(a) 64 (b) 4

(c) 16 (d) 80

3. (b) 4 is a factor of 8

4. How many Prime Numbers are in between 10 to 20?

(a) 5 (b) 7

(c) 4 (d) 3

4. (c) Prime Numbers between 10 to 20 are 11, 13, 17, and 19

5. The two numbers which have only 1 as their common factor are called

(a) Co-primes (b) Twin prime

(c) Composite (d) None of these

5. (a) Co-primes do have not any factor except 1.

6. The number which is not a multiple of 2 is called

(a) Even (b) Odd

(c) Prime (d) Composite

6. (b) We cannot divide odd number exactly by 2

### Worksheet questions for chapter 4 Maths

Q1: The part of a straight line having two endpoints is known as

(a) line.

(b) line segment.

(c) curve.

(d) surface.

Ans. (b)

Explanation: A line segment is a part of a straight line. It has two endpoints.

Q2: If two lines have one common point, they are called

(a) intersecting lines.

(b) parallel lines.

(c) line segment.

(d) concurrent lines.

Ans. (a)

Explanation: Lines intersect each other at a particular point is known as a common point and the lines are known as intersecting lines.

Q3: If three or more points lie on the same straight line, then the points are called

(a) end-points.

(b) common points.

(c) collinear points.

(d) non-collinear points.

Ans. (c)

Explanation: The above figure shows collinear points A, B C and D, as these points lie on the same line.

Q4: A straight line that starts from a given fixed point and moves in the same direction is known as

(a) ray.

(b) line segment.

(c) perpendicular.

(d) curved line.

Ans. (a) Explanation: The above figure shows a straight line that starts from a fixed point A and moves through point B in the same direction. Thus, line AB is a ray.

Q5: A point determines a location and is usually denoted by

(a) small letter.

(b) capital letter.

(c) arrow.

(d) symbol.

Ans. (b)

Explanation: A point is represented by a dot and denoted by a capital letter like A, B, X, etc.

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- Questions for Chapter 1 Knowing Our Numbers
- Questions for Chapter 2 Whole Numbers
- Questions for Chapter 3 Playing with Numbers
- Questions for Chapter 4 Basic Geometrical Ideas
- Questions for Chapter 5 Understanding Elementary Shapes
- Questions for Chapter 6 Integers
- Questions For Chapter 7 Fractions
- Questions for Chapter 8 Decimals
- Questions for Chapter 9 Data Handling
- Questions for Chapter 10 Mensuration
- Questions for Chapter 11 Algebra
- Questions for Chapter 12 Ratio and Proportion
- Questions for Chapter 13 Symmetry
- Questions for Chapter 14 Practical Geometry

## Frequently Asked Questions on Worksheet for class 6 Maths

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worksheet for class 6 Maths covers all the chapters in the syllabus of CBSE and we have uploaded chapter-wise worksheets for class 6 Maths. The chapters covered in these pages are 1 - Knowing Our Numbers, 2 - Whole Numbers, 3 - Playing with Numbers, 4 - Basic Geometrical Ideas,5 - Understanding Elementary Shapes,6 – Integers,7 – Fractions,8 – Decimals, 9 - Data Handling, 10 – Mensuration,11 – Algebra, 12 - Ratio and Proportion, 13 – Symmetry, 14 - Practical Geometry.

Yes, all the chapters asked in class 6 Maths are covered and apart from this each chapter of maths we have added questions from all sections.