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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

900/20 of 67

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Check weather the following fractions are equivalent using cross multiplication method

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

In cricket tournament team a scores 35 runs  and 70 sixes whereas team b scores 20 runs and 49 sixes who scores more runs?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Make the greatest and the smallest four digit numbers by using any four different digits such that digit 2 is always in the hundreds place.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

How many numbers in all can we have with 5 digits?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

What is the smallest 4-digit number using only one digits?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Write all 3-digit numbers formed using the digits 1, 2, 5 taking each digit only once. Hence, write the number which is the smallest of all.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

State which number is lesser in each of the following pairs of numbers: (i) 98756543, 9876324 (ii) 8766341, 8766314

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

In each of the following pair of numbers state which number is greater : (i) 65,72   (ii) 356, 365 (iii) 7894, 7984

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Which is greater: 24576813 or 9897686?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Which is greater: 78712354 or 78721124?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

What are the greatest and smallest possible numbers that can be formed using the digits 9,8,7,4 without repetition and with 7 always at the ones place?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Write the largest number of different digits formed by using the digits 2, 4, 0, 3, 6 and 9.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Evaluate the difference between the place values of two 9's in the number 79520986.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Arrange the following numbers in ascending order: 3763214, 18340217, 984671, 3790423, 18431056

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Which number is greater: 96850374 or 96721895?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Form the greatest and the smallest 4-digit numbers by using any one of the digit 8,0,4 twice.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Arrange the following numbers in descending order: 199988, 1704382, 200175, 1702497

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