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  • Mathematics for Grade 6


    • Whole Numbers‎ - Introduction / Basics of Whole Numbers

      Tags: Natural and Whole Numbers for Class 6, what are natural numbers? What are whole numbers? Free printable worksheets PDF and practice pages on Natural and Whole Numbers for Grade 6, Multiplication on the number line, Subtraction on the number line, Addition on the number line, Basic facts about whole numbers for VI grade, Important facts about natural numbers, Predecessor and Successor of Whole numbers for sixth class, Smallest whole number, Largest whole number, Write the successor of 3240601, Write the predecessor of 7790, Write the next three natural numbers after 20125, Write whole numbers between 55 and 65. Which is the smallest whole number? Find 8 – 3 using number line. Which is the smallest natural number? Represent the following whole numbers on the number line.1, 8, 0, 5, 2, Arrange the following whole numbers in the descending order.56, 89, 34, 41, 99, 12, Write the smallest and largest 6 digit whole number. Write the smallest and largest 6 digit whole number. 1.    Counting numbers {1, 2, 3, 4...} are natural numbers. Which is the smallest natural number? which is the smallest whole number? Every whole number is a natural number, The set of natural numbers along with zero are called whole numbers.


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    • Properties of Whole Numbers

      Tags: Closure for addition and multiplication, Commutative property for addition and multiplication, Associative property for addition and multiplication, Distributive property of multiplication over addition, Identity for addition and multiplication, Whole Numbers And Its Properties for VI Grade, Properties of whole numbers practice pages for Class 6, Properties of whole numbers free worksheets PDF with answers for 6th class, Properties of whole numbers under addition and multiplication Exercises for Grade 6, problem sum on properties of whole number, Find the value of 2100×102 - 2100×2, Find the product using suitable rearrangement. Write the property for each of the following. Solve the following using distributive property.

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    • Playing With Numbers – Factors and Multiples

      Tags: Factors and Multiples Notes and Lesson for class 6, Factor and Multiples free printable Worksheets PDF with answers for 6th class, Practice page, examples and exercise on factors and multiples for sixth grade, what are factors? What are multiples? Playing with numbers – Factors and Multiples for grade 6, Write all the factors of 15, 22, 36 and 45. Write next 4 multiple of 10, 12, 16 and 22, Number that has exactly only 1 factor, Can there be any natural number that does not have factor at all? Find all the multiple of 13 up to 100. Write all the factors of 120. Find the missing factors. Write the multiples of 8 which are greater than 30 and less than 80. Circle the numbers below which are factors of 65. Write all the possible factors of 38. 1 is a factor of every number; Every number is a multiple of itself. Every multiple of a number is greater than or equal to the given number. Number of multiples of a given number is infinite. Number of factors of a given number is finite. Every factor of a number is an exact divisor of given number. Every factor is less than or equal to the given number.

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    • Playing With Numbers - Prime and Composite Numbers

      Tags: What is the difference between a prime and composite number? What is a prime number? What is the smallest composite number? Is the number 100 prime or composite? Prime and Composite numbers chart for 6th grade, Prime and Composite numbers free worksheets PDF for class 6, List of composite numbers, Composite numbers examples for VI Class, Recognizing prime and composite numbers practice page, Co-prime numbers for sixth class, Fact about prime and composite number, Prime Number Chart, Composite Number Chart, Prime and Composite Number Chart (1 to 100), What are prime numbers? What are composite numbers? Write all the prime numbers from 1 to 50. Write the prime number between 60 and 90, Circle the prime numbers. Can there be any natural number that does not have factor at all? Write down 7 consecutive numbers which are not prime numbers. Express 31 as the sum of 3 odd prime numbers. What are co-prime numbers? Give example. Are all co-prime numbers are prime? Write two pair of prime numbers whose difference is 1.

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    • Playing With Numbers - Odd and Even Numbers / Even and Odd Numbers

      Tags: What is an even number? List some examples of even numbers for class 6, what is an odd number? List some examples of odd numbers practice page for sixth class, what happens when we add two even numbers? Will we always get an even number? Why is the sum of two even numbers even? Why is the sum of two odd numbers even? Why is the sum of an even number and an odd number odd? Even & Odd Numbers - Definition & Examples for VI grade, what are the even numbers from 1 to 100? Is the number 36 even or odd? Is the number 50 odd or even? Odd and even number free worksheet PDF for 6th grade, Odd and Even numbers chart, Odd and even exercises. The sum of three odd numbers is odd, The sum of two odd numbers and one even number is even, The product of three even numbers is even. When an even number is divided by 2, the quotient is always even, Sum of two prime numbers is always odd, The product of two even numbers is always even, Numbers which are not divisible by 2 are called odd numbers. Even numbers are multiple of 2 , The sum of two even numbers is always even, The product of an even number and an odd number is even, Pick out even numbers.

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