Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers | MCQ

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. 10010

3. Write the successor of 100199.

A. 100110
B. 100200
C. 100100

4. Which is the additive identity of whole numbers?

A. 1
B. 0
C. -1

5. The value of 2 x 3567 x 50 is —————

A. 356700
B. 35670
C. 3567000

6. The whole number which does not have a predecessor————

A. 0
B. 1
C. 2

7. 49 X 50 = 50 X 49 is an example for ——————

A. Associative property
B. Commutative property
C. Distributive property

8. Whole numbers are closed (closure property) under ——————

A. Addition and Multiplication
B. Subtraction and division
C. Both A and B.

9. Which of the statement is false?

A. 200 is the predecessor of 199.
B. Zero is the smallest whole number.
C. 500 is the successor of 499.

10. Division of a whole number by ———- is not defined.

A. 0
B. 1
C. 10

11. 6 X (5+3) = (6 X 5) + (6 X 3) is an example for ————–

A. Distributivity of multiplication over addition.
B. Associative property
C. Commutative property

12. ———- is the multiplicative identity for whole numbers

A. 0
B. 1
C. -1

13. Which of the following will not represent zero?

A. 0 + 1
B. 0 X 0
C. 0/2

14. Any number when multiplied by ———- becomes zero.

A. 0
B. 1
C. -1

15. Every whole number has a ————–

A. Predecessor
B. Successor
C. Both successor and predecessor.

ANSWERS:

1. Whole numbers
2. 11000
3. 100200
4. 0
5. 356700
6. 0
7. Commutative property
8. Addition and Multiplication.
9. 200 is the predecessor of 199.
10. 0
11. Distributivity of multiplication over addition
12. 1
13. 0 + 1
14. 0
15. Successor

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