NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths 2020-21

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths 2020-21

NCERT Solutions Class 6 Maths & Main Points of All Chapters

Chapter 1: Knowing Our Numbers

Class 6 Maths Chapter 1 Solutions includes Exercise 1.1, which is based on comparing numbers. Concepts of ascending and descending order, shifting the digits, using place value, face value and dealing with a large number of 6 or 7 digits. We should use commas in Indian or International system very carefully.
Class 6 Maths Exercise 1.2 contains sums related to the word problem. 6th Maths Exercise 1.3 is based on an estimation of sum, product, difference or quotient using rounding off a number. The basic knowledge of Roman numbering and use of brackets is also given at the end of chapter 1 of Class 6 Mathematics.

Chapter 2: Whole Numbers

Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 starts with the concepts of successor and predecessor. Class 6 Maths Exercise 2.1 describes the addition and subtraction of integers using Number Line.
Closure property, commutative of addition and multiplication and some examples of associative property of addition and multiplication are in Exercise 2.2 of Class 6 Maths. This exercise also deals with Identity for addition and multiplication. In 6th Maths Exercise 2.3, the pattern identification of whole numbers is the main topic.

Chapter 3: Playing with Numbers

Class 6 Maths Chapter 3 provides the practice of obtaining factors and multiplication of a number. In Exercise 3.1, there are lots of questions for finding factors or multiples.
Exercise 3.2 of grade 6 Maths, describes Prime and Composite numbers as well as Even and Odd numbers. Test of divisibility by 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 are given in Exercise 3.3 of standard 6 Maths.
In Class 6 Exercise 3.4, we will learn to find common factors and multiples of given integers. In Exercise 3.5, the questions based on prime factorisation are given. 6th Maths Exercise 3.6 is based on HCF (Highest Common Factor), and Exercise 3.7 is designed for LCM (Least Common Multiple).

Chapter 4: Basic Geometrical Ideas

Class 6 Maths Chapter 4 starts with the concept of a Point, Line Segment, a Line, a Ray, Intersecting and Parallel line. These are the basic terms to know before doing Chapter 4 of Grade 6 Maths.
All the questions of Exercise 4.1 of Class 6 Maths are based on facts as mentioned above. In the next section, Exercise 4.2, we will deal with Simple Curves (Open and Closed Curves), Polygons, Sides, Vertices and Diagonals of a Polygon.
Exercise 4.3 is based on Angles and its components, whereas Exercise 4.4 of Class VI is describing Triangles. Similarly, we have to discuss quadrilateral in Exercise 4.5 and Circles in Exercise 4.6 of Class 6 Mathematics.

Chapter 5: Understanding Elementary Shapes

Class 6 Maths Chapter 5 describes the measuring Line Segments using Ruler and Divider. In Exercise 5.1, we have to measure the given line segments. In Exercise 5.2 of Class 6 Maths, we have to observe and identify the angles like Right angle, Straight angle or Complete angle.
Later on in Exercise 5.3 of 6th Maths, Acute angle, Obtuse angle, and Reflex angles to be discussed. Measuring the angles in Degree, using Protector is done in Exercise 5.4 of Class 6.
We will learn the concepts of perpendicular lines or perpendicular bisectors in Exercise 5.5 of Class 6 Mathematics.
Similarly, the classification of Triangles is given in Ex. 5.6 and that of quadrilaterals in Ex. 5.7 of Class 6 Maths. The identification, name and other properties of 3 – D figure is in the next exercises.

Chapter 6: Integers

Class 6 Maths Chapter 6 focusses on Integers. The main focus is on Integers on Number Line and Ordering of Integers using signs. Exercise 6.1 includes the basic question based on properties of Integers. Class 6 Maths Exercise 6.2 focuses on the addition of Integers on Number Line. Similarly, Exercise 6.3 has a main focus on subtraction of Integers on Number Line.

Chapter 7: Fractions

Class 6 Maths Chapter 7 Exercise 7.1 describes the Fractions through pictorial representation and some other basic word problems. Class 6 Maths Exercise 7.2 deals with Proper Fraction, Improper Fraction, Mixed Fraction and Fraction on Number Line. Equivalent Fractions, the simple form of a Fraction removing common factors from Numerator and Denominator are the main points in Exercise 7.3 of Maths for Class 6.
We will discuss Like and Unlike Fractions and Comparison of two or more Fractions in Exercise 7.4 of 6th Mathematics. Addition and Subtraction of Fractions are the main practice in Exercise 7.5 as well as Exercise 7.6 of Class 6 Maths.

Chapter 8: Decimals

Class 6 Maths Chapter 8 explains the Decimal numbers like Tenths, Hundredths and its representation on Number Line. Conversion of Fraction as Decimals is the main discussion in Exercise 8.1 of Class 6 Maths. Terms related to Hundredths and Thousandths are given in Exercise 8.2 and the comparison of decimals in Exercise 8.3 of 6th Grade Maths. The application of Decimals representing Money, Weight, Length, etc., are given in Exercise 8.4 of Chapter 8, Class 6 Maths.
The main focus of Exercise 8.5 is the addition of numbers with Decimals and Exercise 8.6 is based on subtraction of Decimals.

Chapter 9: Data Handling

Class 6 Maths Chapter 9 Data Handling Exercise 9.1 describes about Pictographs using Tally Marks, whereas Exercise 9.2 explains how to draw a Pictograph. The Bar Graphs or Bar Diagrams are given in Exercise 9.3 and Exercise 9.4 of Class 6, which are also important for further classes. Data Handling is segment of Statistics, which is one of the important topics to score well in all the classes.

Chapter 10: Mensuration

Class 6 Maths Chapter 10 Mensuration understands based concepts. Chapter 10 of Class 6 Maths, which is common in all the next classes. So, if we do this chapter properly here, we will never face any problem to understand the questions related to Mensuration in future.
Class 6 Maths Chapter 10 Exercise 10.1 is based on the perimeter of plane figures, whereas Exercise 10.2 is focusing on Areas of Plane figures. In Exercise 10.3, we can find the areas of plane figures using a suitable formula.

Chapter 11: Algebra

Class 6 Maths Chapter 11 deals with topic Algebra which is one of the three branches of Mathematics Geometry, Arithmetic and Algebra. Exercise 11.1 illustrates the concepts of Algebra using Matchsticks as well as using some word problems. Exercise 11.2 of Class 6 Maths states the use of variables on some geometrical figures.
In Exercise 11.3 of 6th Maths, we will learn to express statements into an expression of variables and in Exercise 11.4, implement these expressions in day to day life applications. Exercise 11.5 explains the formation of equations in one variable and their solutions.

Chapter 12: Ratio and Proportion

Class 6 Maths Chapter 12 Exercise 12.1 provides a good practice of Ratios. Most questions are related to daily life only. In Exercise 12.2, Ratios extent to Proportions. Now using two Ratios, we deal with the concept of Proportions. Unitary Methods are useful for day to day life calculations. Exercise 12.3 of Class 6 Maths explains Unitary Method in a better way to understand.

Chapter 13: Symmetry

Class 6 Maths Chapter 13 Exercise 13.1 is following the questions based on Symmetry took examples from daily life. In a figure, there may be more than one line of Symmetry. In Exercise 13.2, we have to find the number of line of symmetric to a figure can have. Exercise 13.3 contains the questions based on Reflection and Symmetry of various geometrical figures and English Alphabets.

Chapter 14: Practical Geometry

Class 6 Maths Chapter 14 deals with the constructions of geometrical figures using Ruler and Compass only. In Exercise 14.1 of Class 6 Maths, we will draw circles with a given radius whereas in Exercise 14.2 and Exercise 14.3 is based on drawing and copying Line Segments.
In Exercise 14.4, we will learn about drawing a perpendicular to a Line Segment using Ruler and Compass. In contrast, the Exercise 14.5 of Class 6 Maths deals with the perpendicular bisectors of a given Line Segment. In Exercise 14.6, we will learn to draw angles of given measure and some known angles like 30, 60, 60, 120 degrees. Drawing angles will be done in the next classes also. So, a better understanding of this chapter with help the students in the next classes also.

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Important Questions for Class 6 Maths

Insert commas suitable and write the names according to Indian system of numeration: 87595762
Eight crore seventy-five lakh ninety-five thousand seven hundred sixty-two.
उपयुक्त क्रम में लगाकर योग ज्ञात कीजिए: 837 + 208 + 363
837 + 208 + 363
= (837 + 363) + 208
= 1200 + 208
= 1408
निम्न के सार्व गुणनखंड ज्ञात कीजिए: 20 और 28
20 के गुणनखंड = 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20
28 के गुणनखंड = 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28

सार्व गुणनखंड = 1, 2, 4

100 से छोटी सात क्रमागत भाज्य संख्याएँ लिखिए जिनके बीच में कोई अभाज्य संख्या नहीं हो।
100 से छोटी सात क्रमागत भाज्य संख्याएँ: 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96
क्या वृत्त की प्रत्येक जीवा उसका एक व्यास भी होती है?
वृत्त की प्रत्येक जीवा उसका व्यास नहीं होती है।
घड़ी की घंटे की सुई द्वारा घुमे गए समकोणों की संख्या ज्ञात कीजिए, जब वह 3 से 6 तक पहुँचती है।
एक समकोण
Write four negative integers greater than –20.
–19, –18, –17, –16
इला 100 पृष्ठों वाली एक पुस्तक के 25 पृष्ठ पढ़ती है। ललिता इसी पुस्तक का 1/2 भाग पढ़ती है। किसने कम पढ़ा?
इला 100 पृष्ठों वाली एक पुस्तक के 25 पृष्ठ पढ़ती है।
पढ़े गए पृष्ठों की भिन्न = 25/100 =1/4

ललिता द्वारा पुस्तक का पढ़ा गया भाग = 1/2 = 50 पेज
क्योंकि, 1/4 < 1/2 अतः, इला ने कम पढ़ा।

Rashid spent ₹35.75 for Maths book and ₹32.60 for Science book. Find the total amount spent by Rashid.
Money spent for Maths book = ₹35.75
Money spent for Science book = ₹32.60
Total money spent = ₹35.75 + ₹32.60 = ₹68.35

Therefore, total money spent by Rashid is ₹68.35.

32 सेमी लंबाई और 21 सेमी चौड़ाई वाले एक फोटो को लकड़ी की पट्टी से फ्रेम करना है। आवश्यक लकड़ी की पट्टी की लंबाई ज्ञात कीजिए।
लकड़ी की पट्टी की लंबाई = फोटो फ्रेम का परिमाप
फोटो फ्रेम का परिमाप
= 2 x (लंबाई + चौड़ाई)
= 2 (32 + 21)
= 2 x 53 cm
= 106 cm

लकड़ी की पट्टी की लंबाई = फोटो फ्रेम का परिमाप = 106 cm

अतः, आवश्यक लकड़ी की पट्टी की लंबाई 106 cm है।

A table-top measures 2 m by 1 m 50 cm. What is its area in square meters?
Length of table
= 2 m
Breadth of table
= 1 m 50 cm
= 1.50 m
Area of table
= length x breadth
= 2 m x 1.50 m
= 3 m^2
एक आयताकार बक्स की ऊँचाई सेमी है। इसकी लंबाई, ऊँचाई की 5 गुनी है और चौड़ाई से 10 सेमी कम है। बक्स की लंबाई और चौड़ाई को ऊँचाई के पदों में व्यक्त कीजिए।
बक्स की ऊँचाई = h सेमी
बक्स की लंबाई
= ऊँचाई की 5 गुनी
= 5h सेमी
बक्स की चौड़ाई
= लंबाई से 10 सेमी कम
= 5h – 10 सेमी
यदि 7 मी कपड़े का मूल्य ₹1470 हो तो 5 मी कपड़े का मूल्य ज्ञात कीजिए।
7 मीटर कपड़े का मूल्य
= ₹1470
1 मीटर कपड़े का मूल्य
= 1470/7 = ₹210
5 मीटर कपड़े का मूल्य
= ₹210 x 5
= ₹1050

अतः, 5 मी कपड़े का मूल्य ₹1050 है।

What is a line of symmetry?
A figure has line symmetry if a line can be drawn dividing the figure into two identical parts. The line is called a line of symmetry.
What is a ruler?
A ruler ideally has no markings on it. However, the ruler in our instruments box is graduated into centimetres along one edge. It is use to draw line segments an to measure their lengths.