Grade 6 Maths Paper 1st Term

Grade 6 Maths Paper 1st Term

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Grade 6 Maths Paper 1st Term

Term Test – 1
Class – 6th
  Time : 3 Hrs.                                           Subject – Maths                                                         M.M. 90
 (Multiple Choice Questions)                                                                                         (1×7=7)
1. Estimating 421 to the nearest hundred is.
        a) 420                                           b)         430      
        c) 400                                           d)         500
2. A whole no. ‘p’ such that P+P=P is
        a) 1                                              b)         can’t defined
        c) 0                                              d)         doesn’t exist
3. The multiplicative identity for set of whole no. is
        a) 0                                              b)         2
        c) 1                                              d)         doesn’t exist
4. 7120 is not divisible by
        a) 2                                              b)         4
        c) 6                                              d)         8
5. Length of which of the following is measurable?
        a) Line segment                            b)         Ray
        c) Point                                        d)        
6. The number of vertices in a triangle is
        a) 1                                              b)         2
        c) 3                                              d)         4
7. To move from 6 to (–4) on a no. line, the direction and number of  numbers we move is :
        a) right, 2                                     b)         left, 2
        c) right, 10                                                d)         left, 10
8. Fill ups:                                         (1×4=4)
        a) A line has …………. endpoints.
        b) The sum of all angles in a triangle is …………
        c) The 2-D representation of a 3-D shape is called its ……….
        d) A quadrilateral is having ……….. no. of sides.
9. State True or False : (1×4=4)
        a) The no. of prime no. between 1 & 100 is 25.                   (     )
        b) 18 and 25 is a pair of coprime no.                                  (     )
       c) 4 & 6 is a pair of twin prime no.                                     (     )
        d) The smallest prime no. is 1.                                           (     )
(Very Short Answer Type Questions)     (2×4=8)
    10. Find the sum (39208+372)+726.
    11. Test the divisibility of 168 by 2 using the divisibility rule.
    12. Define concurrent lines with a diagram.
    13. Solve 5+(–1) using a number line.
(Short Answer Type Questions)             (3×9=27)
    14. Represent 2×6 on a number line.
    15. Solve 345×102 using the distributive property of multiplication over addition.
    16. Test the divisibility of 61809 by 11 using the rule.
    17. Define complementary & supplementary angles with 1-1 example for each.
18. What would be the measure of one of the angles of the right-angled triangle if the measure of 2 angles is as follows:
        a) 55°, 35°                                 b) 90°, 42°
    19. Identify the given polygon’s sides, vertices, and diagonals.
 
20. Mohini has borrowed Rs. 60 and Shruti has borrowed Rs. 20 from their father. Their brother also borrowed Rs—50 from him. Order the money borrowed by all three in ascending order.
    21. Draw a number line and answer the following:
        a) Which no. will you reach if you move 3 numbers to the right of (–2)?
        b) If you are at –6 on no. which direction should you move to reach (–8)?
   22. Show (13+7) and (14–6) on separate no. lines.      
(Long Answer Type Questions)                                      (4×10=40)
23. A box of matches contains 52 matches. Estimate the total no. of matches in 12 boxes.
24. Write any 2 perfect no. and check how they are perfect.
25. Complete the following table :
26. Find the HCF of 1560 and 2016 using the continued division method.
27. Find the greatest no. of 4 digits exactly divisible by 12, 16, 24, 28 and 36.
28. Draw 2 simple and 2 non-simple curves.
29. Use a protractor to draw the following angles.
    a) 35°                       b) 125°             c) 170°             d) 130°
30. Draw a triangle with lengths of sides 4cm, 5cm & 10cm. Were you able to draw the triangle? why?
31. Make a net of the following 3-D shapes.
    a) Cube                   b) Cuboid         c) Cylinder       d) Cone
32. If it is (–25°C) in Ladakh & 45°C in Jaisalmer, how much warmer is Jaisalmer than Ladakh?

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