# Whole Numbers On Number Line Free Doubts and Solutions

### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Write all the whole numbers lying between 199 and 203.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Harry bought 4 apples for Rs 2 each and gave away 1 apple. How much worth of apples he is left with?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## The temperature in the morning is 2 degrees. At noon the temperature is 6 degrees. By how many degrees has the temperature risen?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Carlos gets on an elevator at the 2nd floor. He travels up in the elevator 7 floors and then comes down 2 floors. What floor does he end up on?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Anna is standing on a rock that is 7 feet above sea level. She jumps off the rock. She hits another rock 3 feet below and then walks 2 feet down. How many feet did she come down?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Josh has 4 feet of red ribbon and 3 feet of white ribbon. He gave 1 foot of ribbon each of both colours to Amy. How many feet of ribbon does he have altogether?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Highland High School lies exactly halfway between the East and West bridges of town. Piggy's Pizza lies halfway between the high school and the West bridge. Paul's sub shop lies somewhere between the high school and the East bridge. All buildings form a straight line from the East bridge to the West Bridge. If Paul's is 8 miles from the East Bridge and Piggy's is 13 miles from the West bridge, how far is it from Paul's to Piggy's?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## In a test, +3 points were given for every correct answer and -1 point for every wrong answer. If Tom got 3 correct out of 5, how many points did he get?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## On a number line, Josh places a coin on +8 and moves 3 places to the left. On what place his coin will now be?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## A spider is placed on +2. It moves up 3 places. What place is it now?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Subtract 3 from 8 using a number line.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Find 3 + 3 using a number line.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## A village has a population of 13295 people. It increases by an average number of 400 people every year. In a recent survey, it was realised that the population of the village would increase by one less than the average number. What will be the population of village in the successive year assuming that nobody dies in the village in the considered years?

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Write the predecessor of the following(a) 10900 (b) 23900 (c) 107090

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Write the successor of the following numbers(a) 234560 (b) 10099 (c) 30999

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## In each of the following pairs of numbers, state which whole number is on the left of other number on the number line. Also write them with the appropriate sign (<,>) between them? (a) 503, 305 (b) 567, 675 (c) 20890, 2098

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Can you find largest whole number? Give reason to support your answer.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Write the smallest natural and the smallest whole number.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Write all the whole numbers less than 10.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## John has Rs 3, Virginia has Rs 5 but Alex doesn't have anything. Place these people on the number line to find who is poorest and who is richest.

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### CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

## Find 4 x 2 using a number line.

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