## Class 6 Maths Chapter 11 Algebra Expected Questions And MCQ

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS ALGEBRA – Chapter 11 1. 7 subtracted from p can be expressed as ————- A. 7 – P B. P-7 C. P+ 7 2. 5 times y to which...

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MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS ALGEBRA – Chapter 11 1. 7 subtracted from p can be expressed as ————- A. 7 – P B. P-7 C. P+ 7 2. 5 times y to which...

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS RATIO AND PROPORTION – Chapter 12 1. A ratio equivalent to 2:3 is —————— A. 3:5 B. 6:9 C. 9:12 2. The simplest form of the ratio 45: 30...

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS MENSURATION – Chapter 10 1. ———- is the distance covered along the boundary forming a closed figure when you go round the figure once. A. Area B. Perimeter C....

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS DECIMALS – Chapter 8 1. Write the following as decimals: Three ones and seven – tenths. A. 3.7 B. 3.07 C.30.7 2. Write 2.5 as fraction A. 2/5 B....

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS FRACTIONS – Chapter 7 1. In a ———- fraction the numerator is always less than the denominator. A. Proper fraction B. Improper fraction C. Mixed fraction 2. In a...

MCQ FOR CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS INTEGERS – Chapter 6 1. The opposite of Increase in weight is —————- A. Decrease in weight B. Loss in weight C. Gain in weight 2. A deposit of...

1. Two distinct lines meeting at a point are called ————— A. Intersecting lines B. Parallel lines C. Perpendicular lines 2. Two lines in a plane are said to be ————– if they do...

1. The angle for one revolution is a ———- angle. A. Complete angle B. Right angle C. Reflex angle 2. An angle smaller than a right angle is called ————————- A. Acute angle B....

1. The greatest among the numbers 4536, 4892, 4370, 4452 is ————- A. 4452 B. 4536 C. 4892 2. The greatest 4 – digit number that can be formed by using the numbers 8,...

Fill in the blanks. 1. ————- is a factor of every number. A. 0 B. 1 C. -1 2. Number of factors of a given number are ———— A. Infinite B. Finite C. Zero...

1. The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of ———– numbers. A. Natural numbers B. Whole numbers C. Integers 2. Write the next natural number after 10999. A. 11000 B. 10100 C....