## **MCQs Questions for Class 6 Maths**

In this 21^{st} century,
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) play a vital to prepare for a competitive
examination. CBSE board has also brought a major change in its board exam
patterns. Now-a-days, a total of 10 MCQs questions are asked in the class 10
board examination.

In most of the competitive
examinations, only MCQ questions are asked. So, for getting ready for the
competitive examinations, we have to practice for MCQs questions to solve. It strengthens
the critical thinking and problem solving skills.

In future, if you want to prepare for
competitive examination and to crack it, then you should more focus on the MCQ
questions. Thus, from the board examinations point of view and competitive
examinations point of view, you should practice more on multiple choice
questions.

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 1 Knowing our Numbers**

**1. **The successor of 1111 is ______.

a. 1000 b. 1112 c. 1114 d. 1115

**2. **The greatest 5-digit number with two different
digits is _______.

a. 88889 b. 98888 c. 99999 d. 99998

**3. **The successor of 1,99,999 is _______.

a. 2 million b. 10 million c. 20 lakh d. 2 lakh

**4.** If we subtract the predecessor of 199
from the successor of 305, we will get ______.

a. 108 b. 208 c. 308 d. 408

**5. **One crore = _______.

a. 1 million b. 10 millions c. 100 millions d. 1000 millions

**6. **Seven million seventy-seven is _______.

a. 700077 b. 770077 c. 7000077 d. 777

**7. **Which among the following is heavier than
10,000 g?

a. 1 kg b. 20 kg c. 10 kg d. 100 g

**8.** Which amongst the following set of
numbers are consecutive numbers?

a. 96, 97, 98, 99 b. 41, 43, 44, 45 c. 59, 60, 61, 63 d. 142, 143, 145, 146

**9. **When 8,947 is rounded off to the nearest ten,
we get

a. 87,000 b. 86,950 c. 90,000 d. 8,950

**10. **Estimate the sum of 277 + 317 to the nearest
hundred is __________.

a. 700 b. 600 c. 800 d. 500

**11.** How many thousands make a million?

a. 1 b. 10 c. 100 d. 1000

**12. **Which of the following is greater than LXXXII?

a. XC b. LXXXI c. LXXVIII d. LX

**13. **The Roman numeral for 2579 is _______.

a. MMDLXXIX b. MMDLXIX c. MMDLIX d. None of these

**14. **The Hindu-Arabic numeral for CDLXVIII is
_______.

a. 558 b. 468 c. 458 d. None of these

**15.** What is the place value of 0 in
14061?

a. 100 b. 10 c. 0 d. 140

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 2 Whole Numbers**

**1. **15 + 56
= ____ + 15

a. 56 b. 15 c. 0 d. 71

**2. **13 ×
43 =43 × 13

Name
the property that satisfies the above expression.

a. Distributive property b. Commutative
property of multiplication

c. Associative property of multiplication d. Multiplicative identity

**3. **The
identity for addition of whole numbers is ____.

a. 0 b. 1 c. 10 d. 100

**4. **The
identity for multiplication of whole numbers is ____.

a. 10 b. 1 c. 0 d. −1

**5. **85 +
(87 + 13) = (85 + 87) + ____

a. 87 b. 13 c. 85 d. 74

**6. **43 ×
286 = 286 × ____

a. 27 b. 100 c. 43 d. 286

**7. **(28 × 8)
× 125 = 28 × (____ × 125)

a. 18000 b. 28 c. 8 d. 125

**8. **Which
of the following properties does not hold good for whole numbers?

a. Closure property under multiplication

b. Commutative property under subtraction

c. Associative property under addition

d. Distributive property of multiplication over addition.

**9. **Which
one of the following is true?

a. The order in which two numbers are
subtracted does not change their difference.

b. Commutative property is satisfied for
the division of the whole numbers.

c. Whole numbers are not closed under
multiplication.

d. We cannot divide a whole number by
zero.

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 3 Playing with Numbers**

**1. **Which
of the following numbers is/are divisible by 3?

a. 12345 b. 67123 c. 10094 d. 84004

**2. **Which
of the following is a prime number?

a. 1 b. 61 c. 81 d. 91

**3. **Which
of the following numbers does not have 8 as a factor?

a. 25424 b. 15000 c. 36502 d. 10008

**4. **Which
of the following is true?

a.
All odd numbers are prime numbers.

b. All even numbers are composite numbers.

c. The sum of any two prime numbers is a
composite number.

d. A prime number has exactly two factors.

**5. **Which
of the following is a multiple of 4?

a. 32426 b. 90046 c. 12348 d. 40482

**6. **Which
of the following numbers has 9 as a factor?

a. 10898 b. 88884 c. 909192 d. 123456

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 4 HCF and LCM**

**1.** Which of the following numbers is a
prime number?

a. 16 b. 10 c. 8 d. 7

**2.** The LCM of two consecutive numbers is
their ______.

a. sum b. difference c. product d. quotient

**3. **The HCF of 12, 18 is ____.

a. 12 b. 18 c. 6 d. 3

**4.** The smallest prime number is _______.

a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 7

**5. **The LCM of 9, 12 is ____.

a. 9 b. 12 c. 108 d. 36

**6.** Which of the following pairs is not
co-prime?

a. 4, 9 b. 5, 7 c. 9, 16 d. 9, 21

**7. **The HCF of two prime numbers is ____.

a. greatest among them b.
smallest among them c. 1 d. 0

**8. **The LCM of two prime numbers is their ____.

a. product b.
sum c. difference d. quotient

**9.** The greatest 4-digit number which is
exactly divisible by 8, 10 and 12 is ______.

a. 9960 b. 9970 c. 9980 d. 9990

**10. **The greatest number which can divide 16, 20
and 24 is ____.

a. 8 b. 4 c. 2 d. 24

**11. **The smallest number that is divisible by 8, 10
and 12 is ____.

a. 60 b. 80 c. 120 d. 960

**12. **The HCF of two consecutive odd numbers is
____.

a. 0 b. 1 c. 2 d. 3

**13.** Numbers having more than two factors
are called ______.

a. odd numbers b. even numbers c. prime numbers d. composite numbers

**14. **The HCF of two consecutive even numbers is
____.

a. 2 b. 1 c. 4 d. 0

**15.** If *a *and *b *are two
numbers such that *a *is a factor of *b*, then the LCM of *a *and
*b *is ______.

a. *a *b. *b *c. *ab *d. *a *÷ *b*

**16. **The LCM of 18 and 40 is ____.

a. 2 b. 720 c. 360 d. None of these

**17. **The LCM of 54 and 216 is ____.

a. 3 b. 18 c. 9 d. None of these

**18.** The LCM of two co-prime numbers is
______.

a. the smaller of the two b. the larger number c. their difference d. their product

**19.** The least number which when divided
by 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, leaves remainders 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 respectively is ______.

a. 59 b. 61 c. 119 d. 121

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 5 Integers**

**1.** The value of | – 4 – 2| is _______.

a. 6 b. –6 c. 4 – |2| d. |–4| – |–2|

**2.** On subtracting –4 from –7, the result
is _________.

a. 3 b. –3 c. 11 d. –11

**3.** On evaluating (14 – 7) × {8 – (3 + 7
– 1)}, we get

a. 7 b. –7 c. 7/13 d. 14

**4. **Which
of the following numbers is greater than −100?

a. −1000 b. −99 c. −101 d. −105

**5.** We know that 3 < 5. Which one of
the following is correct?

a.
–3 < –5 b. –3 > –5 c. –3 > 0 d. –5 > 0

**6. **The
greatest negative integer is ____.

a. 1 b. −1000 c. 0 d. −1005

**7.** On the number line, which one of the
following is correct?

a. 3 is to the right of 5 b. –3 is to the right of –5

c. –3 is to the right of 5 d. –5 is to the right of 3

**8. **Which
of the following statements is false?

a. The sum of two negative integers is
always negative.

b. The sum of a number and its additive
inverse is zero.

c.
The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer cannot be positive.

d. The sum of a positive integer and a
negative integer can be negative.

**9. **Which
of the following numbers are written in ascending order?

a. −10, −20, −30, −40, −50 b. 3, 0, −3, −6, −9

c. −10, −99, −11, 0, 9 d. −40,
−35, −25, −20

**10. **The
value of (−16) − (12) is ____.

a. 32 b. 4 c. 28 d. −28

**11.** If *a *is the successor of *b*,
then the value of (*a *– *b*) and (*b *– *a*) is

a. –1 and 1 b. 1 and –1 c. 0 and 1 d. 1 and 0

**12. **Which
of the following pairs gives the maximum sum?

a. −84, 68 b. −15, −3 c. −19, 20 d. 0, −24

**13. **15 −
(−3) = ____

a. 12 b. −18 c. 18 d. −12

**14. **0 −
(16 − 17) = ____

a. 1 b. −1 c. 17 d. 16

**15. **The
number which is smaller than 6 − (−20) is ____.

a. −27 b. 27 c. 30 d. None of these

**16. **The
number which is greater than −18 − (−2) is ____.

a. −17 b.
−18 c. 2 d. None of these

**17.** (–16) ÷ (–4) equals

a. –16 b. 4 c. 1 d. –4

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 6 Fractions**

**1.** In a school, 3/5 of the children are
boys and the number of girls is 800. The number of boys is _________.

a. 800 b. 1000 c. 1200 d. 2000

**2.** The fractions 5/7 and 13/7 are both

a. proper fractions b. improper fractions c. like fractions d. unlike fractions

**3. **A
fraction equivalent to 51/63 is ___.

a. 5/7 b. 17/21 c. 7/9 d. 1/3

**4. **8 hours is ____ part of a
day.

a. 1/3 b. 2/3 c. 1/4 d. 1/5

**5.** A number which has no reciprocal is

a. 1 b. –1 c. 0 d. 2

**6. **The
biggest among 1/4, 3/5, 7/10 and 1/2 is ____.

a. 1/2 b. 3/5 c. 7/10 d. ¼

**7. **Two fractions with same
denominators are called __________.

a. Unit fractions b. Improper fractions c. Like fractions d. Unlike fractions

**8. **Aryan
walks 10 minutes to reach the bus stop and travels 3/5 minutes by bus to reach
his office. The fraction of an hour spent by him to reach office is _____.

a. 45/120 b. 3/4 c. 1/2 d. None of these

**9. **Which
of the following fractions is in its simplest form?

a. 12/21 b. 91/100 c. 19/95 d. 34/50

**10. **Four friends Arun, Amit,
Siddique and John bought a cake. Arun ate 1/3 of the cake, Amit took 1/4 of it.
Both Siddque and John ate 1/5 of the cake. Which of the following statements is
correct?

a. Amit’s share is less than Arun’s.

b. Siddique’s share is more than Arun’s.

c. John’s share is more than both Arun’s and Amit’s.

d. No part of the cake is remaining for them to eat.

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 7 Decimals**

**1.** 2.35 in fractional form is expressed
as:

a. 7/40
b. 47/20 c. 50/20 d. 23/20

**2.** 15 mL of medicine in litres is
expressed as:

a. 1.5 litres b. 0.15 litre c. 0.015 litre d. 0.105 litre

**3.** A dozen pencils cost Rs 39. The cost
of 5 pencils is

a. Rs 3.90 b. Rs 7.80 c. Rs 12.50 d. Rs 16.25

**4. **The
fraction equivalent to 3.04 is ________.

a. 304/10 b. 304/100 c. 340/100 d. 304/1000

**5.** The decimal form of 26/25 is:

a. 0.104 b. 1.04 c. 10.4 d. 1.4

**6. **The
fraction equivalent to 0.75 is ________.

a. 7/5 b. 5/7 c. 3/4 d. 7/10

**7. **8075
g =________ kg

a. 8.75 kg b. 8.075 kg c. 87.5 kg d. 870.5 kg

**8.** The decimal form of 5/125 is:

a. 1.25 b. 0.05 c. 0.004 d. 0.04

**9. **1.372
m =________ cm

a. 137.2 cm b. 13.72 cm c. 1372 cm d. 13720 cm

**10. **The
sum of 1.01 and 0.9 is ________.

a. 1.1 b. 1.91 c. 9.01 d. 9.1

**11.** The product of 0.2 and 0.3 is

a. 6 b. 0.6 c. 0.06 d. 0.006

**12. **2 −
0.43 = ________

a. 2.43 b. 2.3 c. 0.57 d. 1.57

**13. **Which
of the following is less than 1/2?

a. 0.56 b. 0.72 c. 0.499 d. 0.5001

**14. **The number to be added to 4.45 to get 8.1 is
________.

a. 3.65 b. 3.065 c. 3.6 d. 3.5

**15. **Which
of the following decimals are arranged in ascending order?

a. 2.67, 2.76, 26.7, 62.7, 62.07 b. 7.251, 7.125, 7.512,
7.015, 7.105

c. 2.679, 2.769, 2.967, 26.97, 27.69,
29.67 d. All
of these

**16. **Which
of the following decimals are arranged in descending order?

a. 7.25, 7.52, 17.25, 17.52, 217.5,
217.51 b.
66.16, 61.6, 60.61, 6.61, 6.16, 1.61

c. 0.3, 0.31, 1.31, 3.11, 1.33, 1.313 d. None of these

**17.** The number of digits in the decimal
part of 8.4005 is

a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 8 Introduction to Algebra**

**1.** Anuj is 5 years older than Arpit. If Anuj
is *x *years old, then the age of Arpit is

a. (*x *+ 5) years b. (*x *– 5) years c. (5 – *x*) years d. 5*x *years

**2. **Nisha finished 3 sums more than Alok. If Alok
finished *x *sums, then the number of sums finished by Nisha is ____.

a. 3*x *b.
*x *+ 3 c. *x *−
3 d. 3 − *x *

**3.** The expression 3 – *x*^{2}
+ *x*^{4} is a _________________.

a. monomial b. binomial c. trinomial d. none of these

**4. **The marks awarded for each correct answer is
4. Priyanshu answered *y *questions correctly. His score is ____.

a. *y *+ 4 b.
*y *− 4 c. 4*y *d. *y*/4

**5. **If *x *takes the value –2, then the value of the expression 3*x
*+ 8 is ___.

a. 0 b. 2 c. 4 d. 14

**6. **What is the coefficient of the variable in the
expression 4 − 5*x*?

a. 4 b. 5 c. −5 d. −1

**7.** The letters used to represent unknown
numbers in an expression are called

_________________
.

a. constants b. literal numbers c. odd numbers d. prime numbers

**8. **Suman is *x *years old. Three years ago,
her age was ___.

a. *x *+ 3 b.
3 − *x *c.
*x *− 3 d.
3*x *

**9.** What should be added to *x *+ *y
*+ *z *to get *x *– *y *– *z*?

a. –*x *– *y *– *z *b. *x *– 2*y *– 2*z *c. 2*x *– 2*y *–
2*z *d. –2*y *–
2*z*

**10. **The expression representing the statement ‘7
subtracted from 3 times *x*’ is ____.

a. 7 − 3*x *b.
3*x *− 7 c. 3
+ 7*x *d. 7 + 3*x*

**11.** 3 less than 4 times a number *x *is
_________________.

a. 3 – 4*x *b. 4 – 3*x *c. 3*x *– 4 d. 4*x *– 3

**12. **The
expression for half of a number subtracted from 10 is ____.

a. 10 – *x/*2 b. 5 − *x *c. *x *− 5 d. *x/*2 −10

**13.** The sum of 5*a*, –3*a*, 2*b*,
–3*b *is

a. 2*a *– *b *b. 7*ab *c. 5*a *+ 2*b
*d. 5*a *– 2*b*

**14. **An algebraic expression using
the numerals 2, 7 and the variable *x *in such a way that only two
arithmetic operations are used is ____.

a. 7*x *+ 2 b. 14*x *c. 9 + *x *d. 5 − *x *

**15. **The
general rule for finding a specific number according to its position in a
pattern of numbers is given by the expression, 5*x *− 3. The number in the
4th position is ____.

a. 4
b. 20 c. 17 d. None of these

**16.** The product of 3*x*2*y *and
0 is

a. 3*x*2*y *b. 6*x*2*y *c. 0 d. –3*x*2*y*

**17. **The
next term in the sequence of the numbers 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, . . . is

a. 21 b.
20 c. 18 d. None of these

**18.** The sum of 2*y *– *x*, 3*y
*– 5*x *and 6*x *– 2*y *is

a. 11*y *– 8*x *b. 3*y *c. *x *–
*y *d. *x *+
*y*

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 9 Algebraic Equations**

**1.** The equation of the statement ‘half a
number when added to 10 gives 15’ is ________.

a. (*x *+ 10)/2 = 15 b. *x/*2 + 10 = 15 c. *x/*2 + 15 = 10 d.
*x/*2 + 10 + 15 = 0

**2.** The number of solutions of a linear
equation in one variable is ________.

a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 0

**3. **Which of the following is an algebraic
equation?

a. 3*x *− 7 = 2 b. 7*x *+ 1 **< **15 c. 7 **× **3 − 4 **× **5 + 1 d. *x *− 4 >** **9

**4.** If the sum of *x*, 2*x *and
5*x *is 40, then the value of *x *is ________.

a. 5 b. 10 c. 25 d. 0

**5. **Which of the following is a solution for the
equation 8*x *+ 1 = 25?

a. 4 b. 8 c. 3 d. 1

**6. **Which of the following is the equation for the
statement “a number increased by 11 is twice the number”?

a. *x*+ 11 = 22 b. *x *+ 11 = 2 c. *x *+ 11 = 2*x *d. *x *− 11 = 2*x *

**7. **If 2*x* = 8, then *x*^{2}* *= ______

a. −12 b.
12 c. 24 d. 16

**8.** Power of variable in a simple linear
equation is ________.

a. 0 b. 1 c. 2 d. 3

**9. **If 2*x *− 5 = *x *− 4, then *x *=
______

a. 1 b.
2 c. 0 d. −1

**10.** Which of the following is a linear
equation in one variable?

a. *x
*+ *y *= 7 b. *x
*+ 1/*x *c. *x*^{2}
– *x *+ 3 = 0 d. 2*x *– 3
= 7

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 10 Ratio and Proportion**

**1.** The simplest form of the ratio 200 mL
to 3 litres is

a. 200 : 3 b. 3 : 200 c. 1 : 15 d. 15 : 1

**2.** If A : B = 3 : 4 and B : C = 8 : 9,
then A : B : C equals

a. 3 : 4 : 8 b. 6 : 8 : 9 c. 4 : 8 : 9 d. 3 : 9 : 32

**3. **There
are 42 students in a class. Out of these 28 are boys. The ratio between the
number of girls and the total number of students is ____.

a. 2 : 3 b. 1 : 3 c. 3 : 1 d. 3 : 2

**4.** On dividing Rs 126 between A and B in
the ratio 2 : 7, A gets

a. Rs 98 b. Rs 63 c. Rs 36 d. Rs 28

**5. **The
length of a rope is 1.2 m and the length of a ribbon is 50 cm. The ratio
between the length of the rope and the length of the ribbon is ____.

a. 12 : 5 b. 1.2 : 50 c. 12 : 500 d. 5 : 12

**6. **The ratio between 20 minutes and 3 hours is
____.

a. 20 : 3 b. 1 : 9 c. 9 : 1 d. 3 : 20

**7.** If two out of the five fruits are
cherries and the rest are pears, the ratio of

cherries
to pears is

a. 2 : 5 b. 5 : 2 c. 2 : 3 d. 3 : 5

**8. **The ratio between 50 seconds and 10 minutes is
____.

a. 5 : 1 b. 50 : 1 c. 1 : 12 d. 12 : 1

**9. **Which one of the following ratios is in
proportion?

a. 3 : 4 and 4 : 5 b. 1 : 2 and 2 : 3 c. 5 : 3 and 15 : 9 d. 5 : 3 and 9 : 15

**10.** If 6 : 8 :: *x *: 20, then *x *equals

a. 3 b. 5 c. 15 d. 25

**11. **Which one of the following is not in
proportion?

a. 3, 6, 7, 14 b. 5, 16, 15, 48 c. 5, 10, 15, 20 d. 7 : 3 : : 14 : 6

**12.** There is sufficient food for 4 people
for 6 days. If 4 more people join, the food

will last
for

a. 6 days b. 5
days c. 3 days d. 2 days

**13. **The cost of a dozen pens is `30. The cost of 4
pens is ____.

a. Rs 20 b. Rs 10 c. Rs 7 d. Rs 12

**14. **The cost of 4 pencil boxes is Rs 100. The number
of pencil boxes that can be bought with Rs 250 is ____.

a. 6 b. 8 c. 10 d. 12

**15.** 7 students in a class are absent and
43 are present. The percentage of students

absent is

a. 7% b. 14% c. 21% d. 43%

**16. **A
machine puts tar on a road at the rate of 10 metres in 12 minutes. The time
taken by it to put tar on a road of length 500 m is ____.

a. 1 hour b. 12 hours c. 10 hours d. None of these

**17. **In which of the following pairs, the first
ratio is bigger than the second ratio?

a. 3 : 5, 4 : 7 b. 2 : 9, 3
: 5 c. 4 : 11, 11 : 15 d. All of these

**18.** 0.0345 is expressed in a percentage
as:

a. 0.000345% b. 0.00345% c. 3.45% d. 34.5%

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 11 Geometry**

**1.** How many lines can be drawn passing
through two given points?

a. Only one b. Two c. Infinite d. Three

**2.** Two different lines in a plane
intersect at __________.

a. 1 point b. 2 points c. 3 points d. 4 points

**3.** There are __________ faces in a
tetrahedron.

a. 6 b. 4 c. 10 d. 5

**4.** A quadrilateral is a _________ closed
figure.

a. 3-sided b. 5-sided c. 4-sided d. 6-sided

**5.** A quadrilateral in which all the sides
are equal but the measure of the angles is

not 90Âº is
a

a. kite b. square c. rectangle d. rhombus

**6.** The intersection where two adjacent
surfaces meet is called an

a. edge b. face c. vertex d. point

**7.** A point where three or more edges
meet is called a/an

a. edge b. face c. vertex d. net

**8.** An arrangement of plane figures
connected at their edges lying in the same

plane
which can be folded to make a 3-dimensional solid is called a/an

a. edge b. face c. vertex d. net

**9.** The number of edges of a cuboid is

a. 6 b. 8 c. 10 d. 12

**10.** The number of ways to make a cylinder
from a rectangular sheet of paper

without
cutting it is

a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. many

**11.** The number of faces in a square prism
is

a. 2 b. 4 c. 6 d. 8

**12. **Two
lines can intersect at ____ point(s).

a. one b. two c. three d. many

**13. **Which
of the following does not have a starting point?

a. A line segment b.
A line c. A ray d. An angle

**14.** The number of faces in a cone is

a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4

**15.** The number of vertices in a cone is

a.
1 b. 2 c. 4 d. 6

**16. **Which
of the following about a triangle is not correct?

a. A triangle is a polygon.

b. A triangle has three angles and three
vertices.

c. A triangle has three diagonals.

d. A triangle is a polygon with the least
number of sides.

**17.** Which of the following has no end
points?

a. A line segment b. A line c. A ray d. None of these

**18.** Which of the following is a six-sided
figure?

a. Quadrilateral b. Pentagon c. Kite d. Hexagon

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 12 Understanding Elementary Shapes**

**1.** An angle formed by two opposite rays
is called a ______________.

a. zero angle b. complete angle c. right angle d. straight angle

**2.** A bicycle wheel has 24 spokes. The
angle between a pair of adjacent spokes is

______________
.

a. 10Âº b. 15Âº c. 24Âº d. 25Âº

**3.** The degree measure of 3/5 turn is
______________ .

a. 72Âº b. 144Âº c. 216Âº d. 300Âº

**4.** The number of elements in a triangle
is __________.

a. 3 c. 4 c. 5 d. 6

**5.** A triangle having all sides of
different lengths is called __________ triangle.

a. a scalene b. an isosceles c. an equilateral d. an acute

**6.** If two sides of a triangle are equal,
then the triangle is called ________ triangle.

a. an equilateral b. an isosceles c. a scalene d. a right-angled

**7.** If two angles of a triangle are
complementary, then the third angle is __________.

a. 36Âº b. 45Âº c. 60Âº d. 90Âº

**8.** A triangle is possible only if the
measure of the three angles is __________.

a. 30Âº, 60Âº, 70Âº b. 40Âº, 50Âº, 80Âº c. 72Âº, 28Âº, 80Âº d. 50Âº, 70Âº, 80Âº

**9.** If equal angles of an isosceles
triangle are 50Âº, then the measure of other angle

is
__________.

a. 50Âº b. 60Âº c. 70Âº d. 80Âº

**10. **The
degree measure for 3/4 of a revolution is ____.

a. 90° b. 270° c. 360° d. 180°

**11. **An
example for a reflex angle is ____.

a. 30° b. 130° c. 230° d. 90°

**12.** The acute angles of a right-angled
triangle are in the ratio 2 : 3. The measures

of these
angles are __________.

a. 28, 62 b. 36, 54 c. 40, 50 d. 30, 45

**13.** A triangle can be drawn with sides
measuring __________.

a. 2 cm, 3 cm, 5 cm b. 3 cm, 4 cm, 5 cm c. 4 cm, 6 cm, 10 cm d. 4 cm, 6 cm, 12 cm

**14. **The
measure of an obtuse angle is ____.

a. greater than 90°. b. greater than 90° but
less than 270°.

c. greater than 180°. d. greater than 90° but
less than 180°.

**15. **Which
of the following is an example of perpendicular lines?

a. Opposite edges of a door b. The line segments forming the letter
X

c. Rail tracks d. Electric
pole on the road

**16.** An angle that measures more than 0Âº
but less than 90Âº is called ______________.

a. zero angle b. acute angle c. right angle d. obtuse angle

**17.** An angle that measures more than 90Âº
but less than 180Âº is called ___________.

a. acute angle b. zero angle c. obtuse angle d. right angle

**18. **A
triangle with two equal angles is a/an ____ triangle.

a. Scalene b. Right c. Isosceles d. Equilateral

**19. **1/3 of a right angle is ____.

a. 60° b. 45° c. 30° d. 270°

**20. **A
quadrilateral with all sides equal is a ____.

a. Rectangle b. Parallelogram c. Kite d. Rhombus

**21. **A
square prism has ____ edges.

a. 6 b. 8 c. 12 d. 16

**22.** If a point P is in the interior of a
circle with centre O, then ____________.

a. *r *= OP b. *r *< OP c. *r *> OP d. *r *≥ OP

**23.** In a circle of radius 2 cm, a chord
which can be drawn having the maximum

length is
____________.

a. 2 cm b. 6 cm c. 4 cm d. 8 cm

**24. **A
hexagonal prism has ____ edges.

a. 6 b. 12 c. 18 d. None of these

**25. **A
pentagonal pyramid has ____ corners.

a. 5 b. 6 c. 10 d. None of these

**26.** The collection of all points in a
plane which is equidistant from a fixed point is a

____________.

a. circle b. triangle c. rectangle d. square

**27.** The diameter of the circle is the
____________.

a. chord b. shortest chord c. longest chord d. arc

**28.** The diameter divides the circle into
__________ equal parts.

a. two b. three c. five d. four

**29.** The perimeter of a circle is also
called its ____________.

a. segment b. circumference c. tangent d. secant

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 13 Symmetry**

**1.** A _________ has more than one line of
symmetry.

a. butterfly b. fish c. kite d. rectangular frame

**2.** The figure having more than three
lines of symmetry is _________.

a. rectangle b.
rhombus c. square d. isosceles triangle

**3. **A
parallelogram has ______ line(s) of symmetry.

a. 1 b. 2 c. 0 d. 4

**4. **Which
of the following statements is not correct about kites?

a. A kite is a symmetrical figure.

b. A kite is symmetrical along its longer
diagonal.

c. A kite is not symmetrical about its
shorter diagonal.

d. A kite has exactly two lines of symmetry.

**5. **Which
of the following statements is incorrect?

a. An equilateral triangle can have no
line of symmetry.

b. A rectangle can have exactly two lines
of symmetry.

c. A square can have exactly four lines of
symmetry.

d. A circle can have infinite lines of symmetry

**6.** The number of lines of symmetry of a
circle is/are _________.

a. 1 b. 2 c. 4 d. infinite

**7.** The number of lines of symmetry of
the top view of your cuboidal pencil box is/

are
_________.

a. 1 b. 2 c. 4 d. infinite

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 14 Practical Geometry**

**1.** A set square has three different
angles at its three vertices. The measure of the

angles are
____________.

a. 45Âº – 90Âº – 45Âº b. 30Âº – 90Âº – 65Âº c.
0Âº – 90Âº – 0Âº d. 0Âº – 180Âº – 0Âº

**2.** A triangle can be constructed when
the two angles and the included ________ are

given.

a. side b. altitude c. angle d. bisector

**3. **Two
line segments AB and PQ are equal. Which of the
following statements is correct?

a.
They both have the same starting point.

b.
They both have the same ending point.

c.
They both have the same length.

**4. **The
instrument that can be used to measure an angle is a _____.

a.
straight edge b.
protractor c. compasses

**5.** To draw or measure an angle, we use
____________.

a. compasses b. Ruler c. protractor d. all of these

**6.** To draw an angle of 30Âº, draw the
_________ of an angle of measure 60Âº.

a. perpendicular b. Bisector c. parallel line d. line segment

**7. **If XY is the perpendicular bisector
of PQ, then angle between XY and PQ is _____.

a.
90° b. 30° c. 60°

**8. **If CD is the perpendicular bisector
of AB and the point of intersection
of CD and AB is P then which of the following statements is
incorrect?

a. ∠CPB = 90° b. PA = PB c. ∠CPA ≠ ∠CPB

**9. **O is
the centre of a circle of radius 5 cm and P is a point on the circumference of
the circle. If CD is a line segment, which is a copy of OP, then _____.

a.
CD < 5 cm b. CD = 5
cm c. CD > 5 cm

**10. **The
line of symmetry of an angle is _____.

a.
its initial ray b. its
angle bisector c. its terminal
ray

**11. **∠AOB = 72^{o}; if you divide ∠AOB into two equal parts then each
equal part measures _____.

a. 18° b.
36° c. 9°

**12. **The
measure of ∠AOB
is 58°. If OP is the angle bisector of ∠AOB, then ∠POB = _____.

a.
116° b. 58° c. 29°

**13. **O is
the centre of two circles of radii 3 cm and 3.5 cm respectively. If P is a
point on the circumference of the smaller circle, then

a.
P lies in the exterior of the bigger circle.

b.
P is a point on the circumference of the second circle also.

c. P lies in the interior of the bigger
circle.

**14. **Which
of following angles cannot be constructed using only a compass and a ruler?

a. 60° b. 69° c. 22 ½°

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 15 Perimeter and Area**

**1.** If the side of a square is doubled,
its perimeter becomes ________.

a. double b. 3 times c. 4 times d. 8 times

**2.** The cost of fencing a square park at
the rate of Rs 20 per metre is Rs 18,000. The

length of
the side of the square is ________.

a. 200 m b. 225 m c. 900 m d. 4,500 m

**3. **If the perimeter of a square is 12 m, then its
area is ____.

a. 9
sq. m b. 144 sq. cm c. 16 sq. m d. 12 sq. m

**4.** Area of a square is 81 cm^{2},
its perimeter is ________.

a. 9 cm b. 18 cm c. 27 cm d. 36 cm

**5.** Area of a rectangular room is 108 m^{2}.
If its length is 12 m, then its breadth is

________.

a. 10 m b. 9 m c. 8 m d. 6 m

**6. **The length and breadth of a rectangle are 15
cm and 10 cm respectively. Its perimeter is ____.

a. 100 cm b. 60 cm c. 50 cm d. 25 cm

**7. **If the perimeter and the area of a square are
the same, then its length is ____.

a. 5 cm b. 4 cm
c. 10 cm d. 12 cm

**8. **The perimeter of a rectangle is 32 cm. Which
of the following cannot be its dimensions?

a. 15 cm, 1 cm b. 8 cm, 8
cm c. 11 cm, 5 cm d. 14 cm, 3 cm

**9.** If the length of a rectangle is
increased by 1/3 and the width is decreased by 1/3,

then the
area of the rectangle is reduced by the fraction

a. 1/6 b.
1/8 c. 1/9 d. 8/9

**10. **The length of one side of a square is more than
4.2 cm. Which of the following can be its perimeter?

a. 16.4 cm b. 16 cm c. 17.2 cm d. 16.2 cm

**11. **If the length of a square is doubled, then its
area will become ____ times the original area.

a. 8 b.
4 c. 2 d. 8

**12. **1 sq. m = ____ sq. cm.

a. 100 b.
1,000 c. 10,000 d. 10

**13.** You cover a distance of 1 km if you
take one round of a square park. The area of

park is
________.

a. 250 m^{2} b. 1000 m^{2} c. 6,250 m^{2} d. 62,500 m^{2}

**Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths
Class 6 Chapter 16 Data Handling**

**1.** The difference between the highest
and the lowest value of the observation is

called
____________.

a. frequency b. Range c. arranged data d. observation

**2.** The number of times an observation is
repeated is called its ____________.

a. frequency b. Range c. data d. arranged data

**3.** When data is represented with the
help of pictures, the representation is called

a
____________.

a. bar graph b. Pictograph c. pie chart d. line graph

**4.** Data is represented using a bar graph
with the help of ____________.

a. pictures b. Sectors c. rectangles d. semicircles

**5. **The data already collected by another person
or organisation is called a __________.

a. primary data b.
secondary data c. new data

**6. **Which of the following is an example for
primary data?

a. Collecting information from a newspaper.

b. Collecting information from the internet.

c. Conducting a survey in a school.

**7.** An initial collection of observations
is called ____________.

a. raw data b. arranged data c. range d. frequency

**8.** The data arranged in an ascending or
descending order is called ____________.

a. raw data b. arranged data c. range d. Frequency

**9. **The number represented by the tally marks IIII
III is ____.

a. 7 b. 8 c. 12

**10.** A bar graph is a pictorial
representation of the numerical data by a number of

rectangles.
Here

a. the length of rectangle changes

b. the width of rectangle changes

c. area of each rectangle remains the same

d. the distance between two consecutive
rectangles changes.