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## AP State Syllabus 6th Class Maths Bits 4th Lesson Integers with Answers

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

Question 1.
The numbers which are greater than zero are called ………..
A) Positive numbers
B) Negative numbers
C) Natural numbers
D) None of these
A) Positive numbers

Question 2.
Zero is a …………….
A) positive number
B) negative number
C) A and B
D) neither A nor B
D) neither A nor B Question 3.
Integers are denoted by ……………
A) N
B) G
C) W
D) Z
D) Z

Question 4.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …………….. are called ………………
A) Natural numbers
B) Positive integers
C) Both A and B
D) Negative integers
C) Both A and B

Question 5.
Negative integers are represented by ……………
A) Z+
B) Z
C) N
D) W
B) Z

Question 6.
The Mathematician who used minus (-) for negative numbers is ………………….
A) Brahma Gupta
B) Ramanujan
C) Kaprekar
A) Brahma Gupta

Question 7.
Natural numbers are represented by ………………
A) Z
B) Z+
C) N
D) W
C) N

Question 8.
Non-negative integers are represented by
A) Z
B) Z
C) N
D) W
D) W

Question 9.
On the number line, if we move to left the value of the number ……………..
A) Increases
B) Decreases
C) No change
D) None of these
B) Decreases Question 10.
The additive inverse of 1 is
A) 1
B) 0
C) -1
D) 2
C) -1

Question 11.
Sum of two positive integers is ……………….
A) Negative
B) Positive
C) Both
D) None
B) Positive

Question 12.
For any integer a, -(-a) = ………………..
A) a
B) -a
C) 2a
D) 0
A) a

Question 13.
Which is the smelliest of these numbers -11, -9, -7, -4?
A) -11
B) -7
C) -9
D) -4
A) -11

Question 14.
The Loss of ₹500 is represented as
A) +500
B) -500
C) A or B
D) None
B) -500

Question 15.
Subtract (-119) from – 1052.
A)-833
B) -1033
C) -933
D) -1133
C) -933

Question 16.
A frog was fell into a 30 feet deep well. Each hour it managed to climb up 3 feet, but the following hour, it slipped back 2 feet. In how many hours did it get out of the well?
A) 28 hours
B) 29 hours
C) 31 hours
D) 30 hours
D) 30 hours Question 17.
The number that comes after-6 on the number line is …………….
A) – 7
B) – 5
C) + 7
D) + 5
A) – 7

Question 18.
The value of 45 + (-21) – (-20) =
A) +4
B) +44
C) -4
D) -44
B) +44

Question 19.
In which of the following places the temperature is low?
A) Kashmir, -10°C
B) Lambasingi, -2°C
C) Shimla, – 6°C
D) Krosur, 12°C
A) Kashmir, -10°C

Question 20.
The value of 1 – (-1) + (-2) is ………………
A) 4
B) 3
C) -2
D) 0
D) 0

II. Fill in the blanks.

1. The numbers which are less than zero are called …………….
Negative numbers

2. The positive numbers, zero and negative numbers together can form …………
Integers

3. The letter Z first used by the people to represent integers is ………………
Germans

4. The meaning of German word Zehlen means ………………
Number (Integers) 5. -1, -2, -3, -4,…….. are called …………..
Negative integers

6. Positive integers are represented by ……………..
Z+

7. Natural numbers are also called …………..
Non-Negative integers

8. Every integer can be represented on a number line ………….. or …………….
horizontally (or) vertically

9. On the number line, the value of a number increases when we move to ………………
right

10. Additive inverse of(-a) is ……………..
a

11. The sum of two integers one of which is positive and the other is negative, then the sum may be either ……………. or ……………..
positive, negative (or) zero

12. Sum of two negative numbers is always ……………….
Negative 13. The biggest of the numbers 5, -6, 3, -82, 35 is ……………….
35

14. A profit of ₹ 1000 is represented as ……………..
+1000

15. A deposit of rupees of ₹3000 in bank is represented as ………………. with appropriate sign.
+ 3000

16. “An aeroplane is flying at a height of 2500 metres”. Sign to be used for the statement is ……………….
+ 2500

17. “A shark fish swimming in the sea at a depth of 4500 feet”. Sign to be used for the statement is ………………
-4000 feet

18. On the number line which is to the right of ‘0’ is ……………..
1

19. Simplify: (-111) + 222 + (-333) + (-444) ………………….
-666

20. Ascending order of -2, 0, 1, -1, 5 is ………………..
-2, -1, 0, 1, 5 III. Match the following:

A)

 1) Natural numbers a) W 2) Whole numbers b) Z+ 3) Integers c) N 4) Positive integers d) Z– 5) Negative integers e) Z

1) Natural numbers – c) N
2) Whole numbers – a) W
3) Integers – e) Z
4) Positive integers – b) Z+
5) Negative integers – d) Z

B)

 1) Additive inverse of – 2 is a) -1 2) On the number line which is to the left of ‘0’is ……………… b) -2 3) Biggest negative integer is …………….. c) 2 4) Greatest integer of -2, -10, -8, -100 d) 1 5) The value of 2-(-2) + (-4) = e) 0