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## AP State Syllabus 6th Class Maths Bits 1st Lesson Numbers All Around us with Answers

I. Choose the correct answer and write it in the brackets.

Question 1.
How many digits are in our number system?
A) 8
B) 9
C) 10
D) 11
C) 10

Question 2.
Which is the least among the digits?
A) 0
B) 1
C) 9
D) 10
A) 0

Question 3.
Greatest 6-digit number is ………………
A) 9,99990
B) 900000
C) 999999
D) 9999999
C) 999999

Question 4.
Place value of 5 in the number 786054 IS ……………………….
A) 100
B) 10
C) 5
D) 50
D) 50

Question 5.
Who invented zero?
A) Romans
B) Indians
C) Britishers
D) Americans
B) Indians

Question 6.
What is the smallest number among the following?
A) 777077
B) 770777
C) 707777
D) 977777
C) 707777

Question 7.
Smallest number formed by the digits 6, 2, 4, 3, 5, 7 is
A) 234576
B) 245673
C) 234567
D) 765432
C) 234567

Question 8.
Total numbers from 100 to 999 are
A) 899
B) 800
C) 900
D) 990
C) 900

Question 9.
Place value of 8 in 68435294 is………………
A) 8,00,000
B) 8,00,00,000
C) 80,00,00,000
D) 80,00,000
D) 80,00,000

Question 10.
10 crores= millions
A) 10
B) 1000
C) 100
D) 10000
C) 100

Question 11.
Numerical form of “eight billion two hundred forty seven million six hundred fifteen thousand one hundred and ninety five” is ……………….
A) 8247615195
B) 8274615195
C) 8426151795
D) 8247516195
A) 8247615195

Question 12.
How many zeroes does 100 crores have?
A) 9
B) 8
C) 7
D) 6
A) 9

Question 13.
1 TMC = ……………….. litre.
A) 28316000000
B) 2831600000
C) 283160000000
D) 283160000
A) 28316000000

Question 14.
1 litre = …………. ml.
A) 100
B) 10
C) 10000
D) 1000
D) 1000

Question 15.
1 tonne = kg.
A) 100
B) 1000
C) 10000
D) 10
B) 1000

Question 16.
1 mega tonne = kg.
A) 100 crores
B) 10 crores
C) 1 crore
D) 1000 crores
A) 100 crores

Question 17.
1000 metres = km
A) 1
B) 10
C) 5
D) 2
A) 1

Question 18.
1 quintal = grams.
A) 10 lakhs
B) lakh
C) 100 lakhs
D) 1000 lakhs
B) lakh

Question 19.
Rounding off 84582 nearest to tens gives
A) 84590
B) 84580
C) 84680
D) 84520
B) 84580

Question 20.
Rounding off 65786 nearest to hundreds gives
A) 65800
B) 65700
C) 65600
D) 66700
A) 65800

Question 21.
The digit in millions place 634826384.
A) 6
B) 8
C) 4
D) 2
C) 4

Question 22.
The National Mathematics day is celebrated on
A) Dec. 22nd
B) Jan. 22nd
C) Feb. 22nd
D) March 22nd
A) Dec. 22nd

Question 23.
The symbol which helps us in reading and writing large numbers is …………….
A) Full stop
B) Decimal point
C) Comma
D) Semicolon
C) Comma

Question 24.
One billion = crores.
A) 100
B) 1000
C) 10
D) 1
A) 100

II. Fill in the blanks.

Question 1.
Greatest digit in our number system is ……………
9

2. Smallest 6 – digit number is …………….
1,00,000

3. Face value of 8 in 368740 is ……………..
8

4. Ramanujan number is ……………
1729

5. Greatest number formed by the digits 2, 5, 0, 9, 2, 6 is ……………..
965220

6. Total numbers from 1,00,00,000 to 9,99,99,999 are …………….
9,00,00,000

7. Number of digits in Ten crores is ………………
9

8. Numerical form of “Nine hundred and eighty four crores ninety one lakhs ninety seven thousand six hundred and two” is ………………
984,91,97,602

9. 100 crores = …………….. billion/(s).
1

10. 100 thousands = ……………….. lakh/(s).
1

11. The international system of number name of 8125646682 is ……………….
Eight thousand one hundred twenty five millions six hundred forty six thousand six hundred and eighty two.

12. Number of nines in the greatest 10-digit number is ………………
10

13. TMC means ………………..
One thousand million cubic feet

14. 1,000,000,000,000 litres = ……………….. litres.
One trillion litres

15. 1,00,000 centimeters = ………………. kilometers.
1

16. 1 meter = ……………….. millimeters.
1000

17. 1 trillion litres = ………………. kilometers
1 cubic

18. Rounding off 28924 nearest to thousands gives ………………
29000

19. Another name of Indian system is ………………
Hindu – Arabic system

20. The short form of 20000000 + 200000 + 2000 + 20 is ……………….
20202020

21. Ramanujan died on …………………
26 – 04 -1920

22. One crore = …………….. millions. .
10

III. Match the following:
A)

 1) Greatest 5-digit number a) 1000 2) Smallest 4-digit number b) 10 3) Greatest digit c) 99 4) Smelliest 2-digit number d) 99999 5) Greatest 2-digit number e) 9

1) Greatest 5-digit number – d) 99999
2) Smallest 4-digit number – a) 1000
3) Greatest digit – e) 9
4) Smelliest 2-digit number – b) 10
5) Greatest 2-digit number – c) 99

B)

 1) 1 quintal = …………….. kg a) 1 2) 10 litres = …………….. ml b) 100 3) 10 lakhs = …………….. million c) 1000 4) 10 c.m = …………………. millimetres d) 10 5) One tonne = …………….. quintals e) 10,000

1) 1 quintal = …………….. kg – c) 1000
2) 10 litres = …………….. ml – e) 10,000
3) 10 lakhs = …………….. million – a) 1
4) 10 c.m = …………………. millimetres – b) 100
5) One tonne = …………….. quintals – d) 10

C)

 1) Toted number of digits 100 – 999 a) 90 2) Toted number of digits 1000 – 9999 b) 90000 3) Total number of digits 0 – 9 c) 10 4) Total number of digits 10 – 99 d) 900 5) Total number of digits 10000 to 99999 e) 9000