MCQ Questions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers with Answers

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(1)99897
(2)98978
(3)98799
(4)99987

(1)26
(2)25
(3)72
(4)27

Q3.The natural numbers along with zero form the collection of

(1) Integers
(2) Whole numbers
(3) Real numbers
(4) Rational numbers

(1)5980
(2)5940
(3)5970
(4)5942

Q5.The smallest whole number is:

(1)0
(2)1
(3) none of these
(4) not defined

Q6.What are the three consecutive predecessors of 70010?

(1) 70009, 70008, 70010
(2) 70009, 70008, 7007
(3)70009
(4) 70009, 70008, 70007

(1)34840
(2)12600
(3)400
(4)420

Q8.The difference between the smallest 3 digit number and the largest two digit number is:

(1)1
(2)0
(3) none of these
(4)(b) 2

(1)0
(2)1
(3)64
(4)46

(1)37940
(2)3794
(3)379409
(4)37904

Q11.Study the pattern 1×8+1=9,12×8+2=98 Next step is-

(1) 1234×8+4=9876
(2) 123×8+3=987
(3) 13×8+3=987
(4) 120×8+3=963

(1)30
(2)31
(3)29
(4)28

Q13.The value of 25 × 20 × 5 is:

(1)2503
(2)2505
(3) none of these
(4)2500

Q14.Value of 0 ÷ 5 is:

(1)0
(2)5
(3) none of these
(4)1

(1)Rs 135649
(2) Rs 198670
(3) Rs 1895875
(4) Rs 203456

(1)99999
(2)99000
(3)100001
(4)999999

Q17.What is the predecessor of natural number 1?

(1)2
(2)0
(3) Does not exist
(4)10

(1)3
(2)2
(3)11
(4)5

Q19.The value of 0 × 17 is:

(1)17
(2)0
(3) none of these
(4)18

Q20.Subtraction of whole number is:

(1) associative
(2) dosed
(3) none of these
(4) commutative

Q21.The sum of two whole numbers is always:

(1)100
(2) zero
(3) odd number
(4) a whole number

(1)12400
(2)12000
(3)12500
(4)12600

(1)2
(2)1
(3)0
(4)6

Q24.The value of 5 + 5 + 5 + upto 10 terms is:

(1)50
(2)40
(3) none of these
(4)60

Q25.Division is the inverse of:

(1) subtraction
(3) none of these
(4) multiplication

(1)10
(2)9
(3)12
(4)11

(1)100
(2)20
(3)1
(4)0

(1)18
(2)16
(3)17
(4)0

(1)85700
(2)85600
(3)86000
(4)85000

(1) 1 lakh
(2) 10 thousand
(3) 1 crore
(4) 10 lakh

Q31.The difference between the smallest natural number and the smallest whole number is:

(1)1
(2)0
(3) none of these
(4)2

Q32.Additive identity of whole number is:

(1)2
(2)1
(3) none of these
(4)0

Q33.The product multiplication of a number with zero is always

(1) one
(2) zero
(3) none of these
(4) the number itself

Q34.If the product of two whole numbers is one if

(1) two numbers are 1
(2) one number is 1
(3) none of these
(4) not defined

(1)4
(2)2
(3)8
(4)6

(1) 9, 87, 063
(2) 9, 87, 360
(3) 9, 87, 603
(4) 9, 87, 630

Q37.The value of 61 × 1 is:

(1)0
(2)1
(3) none of these
(4)61

(1)5
(2)1
(3) not defined
(4)0

(1)1148
(2)1548
(3)1148
(4)1648

(1)1000001
(2) 2 million
(3)10001
(4)100001

Q41.Which of the following statements is not true?

(1) The HCF of two co prime numbers is 1
(2) The HCF of two distinct prime numbers is 1
(3) The HCF of an even and an odd number is even
(4) The HCF of two consecutive even numbers is 2

Q42.Which of the following is not true

(1) (7 × 8) × 9 = 7 × (8 × 9)
(2) (7 + 8) + 9 = 7 + (8 + 9)
(3) 7 × (8 + 9) = (7 × 8) + (7 × 9)
(4) 7 + 8 × 9 = (7 + 8) × (7+ 9)

Answer: The HCF of an even and an odd number is even

Q43.The value of 5 ÷ 0 is:

(1)5
(2)0
(3) none of these
(4) meaningless

Answer: 7 + 8 × 9 = (7 + 8) × (7+ 9)

(1)1
(2)0
(3)100
(4)10

Q45.The largest whole number is:

(1)9979
(2)99
(3) can not be found
(4)9999

(1)0
(2)1
(3)-1
(4)2

(1)0
(2)100
(3)9
(4)1

(1)238
(2)0
(3)1
(4)28

Q49.The smallest natural number is:

(1)0
(2)1
(3) none of these
(4) not defined

(1)1
(2)0
(3)100
(4)10

(1)20
(2)100
(3)5
(4)120

(1)4
(2)2
(3)8
(4)6

(1)1
(2)124
(3)24
(4)0

(1)0
(2)5
(3) not defined
(4)1

Q55.15 – 12 ≠ 12 – 15. This statement shows that subtraction of whole numbers is:

(1) not associative
(2) not closed
(3) none of these
(4) not commutative

(1)1000
(2)10
(3)100
(4)10000

(1)1
(2)0
(3)-1
(4)2