Knowing Our Numbers MCQ Questions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 1 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 6 Mathematics Chapter wise with Answers

Q1. The smallest 4-digit number using any one digit twice from the numbers 2, 8, 9 is :

(i) 2889
(ii) 2289
(iii) 2298
(iv) 2898

(ii) 2289

Q2. Make the greatest four digit number by using any one digit twice by 3, 8, 7?

(i) 8378
(ii) 8873
(iii) 3387
(iv) 7783

(ii) 8873

Q3. The smallest of the numbers
2325,2352,2235,2253,2523,2532 is

(i) 2235
(ii) 2253
(iii) 2325
(iv) 2532.

(i) 2235

Q4. The sum of 825432 and 543082 according to Indo Arabic Numeration System.

(i) 13,78,514
(ii) 13,68,514
(iii) 13,68,524
(iv) 14,68,514

(ii) 13,68,514

Q5. If 1 is added to the greatest 7-digit number, it will be equal to

(i) 10 thousand
(ii) 1 lakh
(iii) 10 lakh
(iv) 1 crore

(i) 10 lakh

Q6. Which of the following options is equal to MMMCCLXXV − MCCCXXIV?

(i) MLMCI
(ii) MMCLI
(iii) MCMLI
(iv) MCMIL

(iii) MCMLI

Q7. Correct ascending order of 847, 9754, 8320, 571 is

(i) 9754, 847, 8320, 571
(ii) 571, 847, 8320, 9754
(iii) 571, 8320, 847, 9754
(iv) 9754, 8320, 847, 571

(ii) 571, 847, 8320, 9754

Q8. Using the digits 1, 5, 7, 2 without repetition, the greatest 4-digit number that can be made is

(i) 7521
(ii) 7512
(iii) 7215
(iv) 7251.

(i) 7521

Q9. 1 [15 {7 – 2 (7 – 3)}] is equal to

(i) 1215
(ii) -1315
(iii) -1225
(iv) -1215

(iv) -1215

Q10. In Following option which pair is not coprime?

(i) 8,10
(ii) 11,12
(iii) 1,3
(iv) 31,33

(i) 8,10

Q11. Which of the following options is true?

(i) XCVIII > MCVIII
(ii) DCVIII < MCVIII
(iii) DCVIII = MCVIII
(iv) XCVIII < LXXXVII

(ii)

Q12. If we add 1 more to the greatest 3-digit number we get

(i) Smallest 4-digit number
(ii) Smallest 7-digit number
(iii) Smallest 5-digit number
(iv) Smallest 6-digit number

(i) Smallest 4-digit number

Q13. The smallest 4-digit number that can be made using the digits 1,8,5,3 without repetition is

(i) 1583
(ii) 1538
(iii) 1385
(iv) 1358.

(iv) 1358.

Q14. Smallest 8-digit number is

(i) 10000001
(ii) 99999999
(iii) 10000000
(iv) 999999998

(iii) 10000000

Q15. Number divisible by 5 and 6. But not be divisible by?

(i) 60
(ii) 30
(iii) 15
(iv) 10

(i) 60

Q16. Make the greatest four digit number by using any one digit twice by 3, 8, 7?

(i) 8378
(ii) 8873
(iii) 3387
(iv) 7783

(ii) 8873

Q17. Make the greatest and the smallest four digit number using any four-digit number with digit 5 always at thousand place.

(i) 5999, 5000
(ii) 5789, 5120
(iii) 5986, 5012
(iv) 5987, 5012

(i) 5999, 5000

Q18. 1 km = ? mm

(i) 10,00,000
(ii) 1,00,000
(iii) 10,000
(iv) 1000.

(i) 10,00,000

Q19. 8945673 using commas in International System of Numeration.

(i) 8,945,673
(ii) ,945,673
(iii) 8,945673
(iv) 8945673

(i) 8,945,673

Q20. Out of Four option which is divisible by 11?

(i) 22222222
(ii) 3333333
(iii) 1111111
(iv) 1011011

(i) 22222222

Q21. In the Indian place value system we write ten crores for:

(i) One million
(ii) Ten millions
(iii) Hundred millions
(iv) None of these

(iii) Hundred millions

Q22. Which of the following options is written in the ascending order?

(i) XCVII > XCCIV > DCCLXVIII > MDCLXII
(ii) MDCLXII < DCCLXVIII < XCCIV < XCVII

(iii) MDCLXII > DCCLXVIII > XCCIV > XCVII
(iv) XCVII < XCCIV < DCCLXVIII < MDCLXII

(iv)

Q23. Which of the following rounding off is correct?

(i) 841 → 800
(ii) 286 → 200
(iii) 9870 → 9800
(iv) 87 → 80.

(i) 841 → 800

Q24. The place value of 2 in 91023045 is:

(i) 2000
(ii) 20000
(iii) 200
(iv) 200000

(ii) 20000

Q25. 2 million is equal to

(i) 20 Lakh
(ii) 2 Lakh
(iii) 2 Crore
(iv) 20 Crore

(i) 20 Lakh

Q26. Predecessor of 1997 is:

(i) 1998
(ii) 1996
(iii) 2000
(iv) 1995

(ii) 1996

Q27. Make the greatest four digit number by using any one digit twice by 0, 4, 9?

(i) 9404
(ii) 9440
(iii) 9940
(iv) 9400

(iii) 9940

Q28. In Roman numerals C stands for

(i) 10
(ii) 100
(iii) 1000
(iv) 1.

(ii) 100

Q29. A machine on an average manufacturing 2825 bolt in a day. How many bolt did it manufacture in the month of January?

(i) 87575
(ii) 81925
(iii) 84750
(iv) 79100

(i) 87575

Q30. he least number that is divisible by all the numbers from 1 to 10 (both inclusive) is

(i) 10
(ii) 100
(iii) 504
(iv) 2520

(iv) 2520

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