**Integers
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**Integers
Class 6 Worksheet 1 **

**1.
**State whether the following statements are
true or false.

a.
Sum of two negative numbers is positive.

b.
Product of two negative numbers is positive.

c. Sum of two
numbers with same absolute value but opposite in sign is equal to zero.

**2.
**Fill in the blanks.

a.
(–7) × (–2) = ___________

b.
(–6) – (–5) = ___________

c. (–35) ÷ (–7) =
___________

d. (–13) + (–17)
= ___________

e.
(–4) + (–5) – (–6) = ___________

**3.
**Water boils at 100°C and nitrogen gas liquifies
at –40°C. Find the difference of these two temperatures.

**4.
**Add the following:

a.
–35 and +39

b.
–18 and –52

**5.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the following.

a.
The absolute value of –16 is

i. –10 ii. 4 iii. 16 iv. –16

b.
The predecessor of –15 is

i.
–14 ii. –16 iii. 14 iv. 16.

c.
6 less than –3 is

i.
–9 ii. 3 iii. 9 iv. –3

d.
The successor of –19 is

i.
–20 ii. 19 iii. –18 iv. 20

e.
The relation between –5 and –1 is

i.
–5 > –1 ii. –5 < –1 iii. –5 = –1 iv. –5 < 1

**6.
**Evaluate:

a.
(+2) + (+3) + (+5)

b.
(+15) + (–5) + (–6)

**7.
**Check whether the three integers –3, –4, –5
satisfies the associative property of multiplication.

**8.
**Divide:

a.
18 by –3

b.
–80 by +16

c.
–150 by –50

**Integers
Class 6 Worksheet 2 **

**1. **An aeroplane is flying at a height of 2500 m above ground level.
If it descends at the rate of 50 m per minute, find its position above ground
level after 30 minutes.

**2.
**State true or false for each of the following
statements.

a.
If all natural numbers are integers, then all integers are natural numbers.

b.
If 5 is greater than 3, then –5 is greater than –3.

c.
15 < –19

d.
–11, –7, –3, 0, 1, 5 are integers arranged in ascending order.

**3.
**Fill in the blanks.

a.
–9 is ________ –6

b.
–5 × –4 × +2 is equal to ________.

c.
–5 + 7 – 2 is equal to ________.

d.
(–24) ÷ (–6) is equal to ________.

e. The largest
number among the numbers –32, –48, –16, –5 is ________.

**4.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the
following:

a.
The only integer between –1 and +1 is

i.
–2 ii. 2 iii. 0 iv. –1

b.
If 3 km North is denoted by +3, then 3 km South is denoted by

i.
+3 ii. –3 iii. +5 iv. –5

c.
The result of subtracting (+5) from (–2) is

i.
+7 ii. –7 iii. +3 iv. –3

d.
The result of adding –5 and –7 is

i. –12 ii. –2 iii. +2 iv. +12+

**5.
**Subtract:

a.
–6 from +18

b.
356 from 281

**6.
**Subtract –15 from –3 and add +20 to it. What
is the final result?

**7.
**Write five consecutive odd integers succeeding
–4.

**8.
**Add the following:

a.
+15 and –6

b.
5384 and –6791

c.
–13 and 0

**9.
**Use number line to evaluate the following:

a.
(+2) + (+1)

b.
(+6) + (–3)

c.
(–5) + (+7)

d.
–4 –2 + 3

e.
+8 – 2 – 1

**Integers
Class 6 Worksheet 3 **

**1.
**Using integers, express the following:

a.
Deposit of ₹ 2000

b.
Submarine moving at a depth of 1000 m below sea level.

**2.
**Subtract the following:

a. –58 from 0

b. – 250 from
–350

c. 120 from –60

**3.
**Fill in the blanks.

a.
The integers that lie between –3 and +3 are ________.

b.
The following integers written in ascending order (5, –3, 2, 0, –7, –4) is
________.

c.
15°C temperature above 0°C is written as +15°C and 10°C temperature below 0°C
is written as ________.

**4.
**State whether the following statements are
true or false.

a.
–4 + 2 – 5 is equal to –7.

b.
(–7) × (–3) × (–2) is equal to –42.

c.
Successor of –11 is –13.

d.
Sum of two negative integers is always negative.

**5.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the
following:

a.
Opposite of –10 is

i.
10 ii. –10 iii. 1 10 iv. –5

b.
If a gain of Rs 100 is taken as + ₹ 100, then a loss of ₹ 50 is taken as:

i. ₹ 150 ii. ₹ 50 iii. – ₹ 50 iv. 0

c.
By subtracting –9 from +4, we get

i.
13 ii. –13 iii. +5 iv. –5

d.
–5 + 0 is equal to

i.
–5 ii. +5 iii. 1 iv. –1

e.
–3, –10, 2, 0 arranged in ascending order is

i.
0, 2, –10, –3 ii. –3, –10, 2, 0 iii. –3, –10, 0, 2 iv. –10, –3, 0, 2

**6. **Natasha walked 20 steps towards North which is taken positive. He
then turns and walks 7 steps towards the South. How far is she from the
starting point?

**7. **Divide the following:

a.
0 by –5

b.
+168 by –8

**8.
**Evaluate the following:

a.
(–8) + (+6) + (+2)

b.
(–15) – (–6) + (–3)

c.
(–7) – (–10) – (+5)

**ANSWERS**

**Worksheet 1**

1. a. False

b. True

c. True

2. a. 14 b. -1
c. 5

d. -30 e. -3

3. 140° C

4. a. 4 b. -70

5. a. (iii) 16 b. (ii) -16

c. (i) -9 d. (iii) -18

e. (ii) -5 < -1

6. a. 10 b. 4

8. a. -6 b. -5 c. 3

**Worksheet
2 **

1. 1000 m

2. a. F b.
F

c. F d. T

3. a. smaller than

b. 40 c. 0

d. 4 e. -5

4. a. 0 b. -3

c. -7 d. -12

5. a. 24 b. -75

6. 32

7. -3, -2, -1, 0, 1

8. a. 9 b. -1407

c. -13

9. a. 3 b. 3

c. 2 d. -3

e. 5

**Worksheet 3**

1. a. + ₹ 2000 b. -1000 m

2. a. 58 b. -100
c. -180

3. a. -2, -1, 0, 1, 2

b. -7, -4, -3, 0, 2, 5

c. -10° C

4. a. T b. T

c. F d. T

5. a. 10 b. - ₹ 50

c. 13 d. -5

e. -10, -3, 0, 2

6. +13 steps

7. a. 0 b. -21

8. a. 0 b. -12

c. -2

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