# CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Worksheets/ Part 2

CBSE Class 6 Mathematics Worksheets is about some model questions that you can expect for annual/yearly examinations. Here you can find out practice problems for class 6 Mathematics.

CBSE CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS WORKSHEETS /Part 2
For Annual/Yearly Examinations:
Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

1. The side of a square with perimeter 40 m is ———–
A. 10m
B. 20 m
C. 5 m
2. The ratio of 50 paise to 5 rupee is ——-
A. 1: 10
B. 1: 100
C. 1: 50
3. 5 is multiplied by x, then the result is added to 12. Write the algebraic expressions.
A. 5x + 12
B. 5x – 12
C. 5 + x + 12
4. 15mm = ——— cm
A. 1.5
B. 0.15
C. 0.015
5. The simplest form of the ratio 3:18 is ———-
A. 1: 6
B. 3: 6
C. 3: 9
Fill in the blanks:
6. The decimal form of the fraction 7 ½ is ———-
7. The ratio equivalent to 2:3 is —————-
8. The simplest form of 25: 35 is —————
9. Two sides of a triangle are given by 5 cm and 7 cm. Its perimeter is 20 cm. The length of third side is ————–
10. 10 – 5.5 =—————–
11. Find the cost of fencing a rectangular garden of length 25m and breadth 15 m at the rate of 25 rupees per square metre.
12. Anu purchased 3 kg 50g apple, 2 kg 250 g oranges. Find the total weight of things that he purchased in kg.
13. Cost of 5 kg rice is 150 rupees. What will be the cost of 8 kg of rice?
14. Out of 50 children in a class, 26 are boys and the remaining are girls. Find the ratio of the number of boys to number of girls.
15. Write the number name and expanded form of 25. 876.

1. 10m
2. 1:10
3. 5x + 12
4. 1.5 cm
5. 1: 6
6. 7.5
7. 4:6
8. 5:7
9. 8 cm
10. 4.5
11. Given length = 25m and breadth = 15m
Perimeter = 2(l + b) = 2(25 + 15) = 2 x 40 = 80 m
Cost of fencing = 80 x 25 = 2000 rupees
12. 3 kg 50g = 3.050 kg
2 kg 250g = 2. 250 kg
Total weight = 3.050 + 2.250 = 5.300 kg
13. Cost of 5 kg rice = 150 rupees
Cost of 1 kg rice = 150 / 5 = 30 rupees
Cost of 8 kg rice = 30 x 8 = 240 rupees
14. Number of boys = 26
Number of girls = 24
Ratio of number of boys to girls = 26:24 = 13:12
15. Number name: Twenty five point eight seven six
Expansion: 2 x 10 + 5 x 1 + 8 x (1/10) + 7 x (1/100) + 6 x (1/1000)