Ideal Mathematics Year 6 With Answers

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PAPER 1 This question paper has 20 questions. Answer all the questions. 1. The value of digit 8 in 2.38 million is A 800 C 80 000 ( B 8 000 D 800 000 2. State the place value of the underlined digit in 6 953 742. A Hundreds C Ten thousands B Thousands D Hundred thousands ( 3. Round off 5 987 341 to the nearest hundred thousand. A 5.8 million C 6.0 million ( B 5.9 million D 6.1 million 4. Which of the following numbers, when rounded off to the nearest thousand, becomes 7 541 000? A 7 530 798 C 7 540 618 ( B 7 531 300 D 7 541 503 5. When 690 203 is broken down according to its digit values, it becomes A 690 000 + 20 + 3 B 690 000 + 200 + 3 C 600 000 + 9 000 + 200 + 3 D 600 000 + 90 000 + 200 + 3 ( 6. Which of the following numbers is the nearest to 1 million? A 989 799 C 1 000 100 ( B 997 899 D 1 100 000 7. Diagram 1 shows two number cards. Find the product of the value of digit 2 and the value of digit 9 on the number cards. A 1.8 million ( C 0.108 million B 0.18 million D 0.018 million 8. 734 812 + 50 + 1 062 328 = A 1 977 180 C 1 797 180 B 1 797 190 ( D 1 779 190 9. 2 450 000 − 36 000 − 300 500 = A 1 789 500 C 2 113 500 ( B 1 798 500 D 2 383 950 10. 158 780 ÷ 25 = 6 351 remainder . What is the number need to be written in the above? A 1 C 10 B 5 ( D 15 11. The product of 763 and 5 498 lies between A 0.4 million and 0.5 million B 0.5 million and 0.6 million C 4 million and 5 million ( D 5 million and 6 million 12. 394 – 125 ÷ 25 = A 179 C 369 B 269 D 389 ( 13. (47 × 13) – (637 ÷ 13) = A 26 C 562 ( B 47 D 611 14. Table 1 shows the number of residents in three cities. |Cities

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