**Simple
Interest Questions for Class 6**

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**Simple
Interest Questions for Class 6 with Answers**

**Worksheet
1 **

**1.
**In how many years will ₹ 600 double itself at
2% simple interest?

**2.
**Calculate the simple interest and amount for
each of the following cases:

**Principal
Rate Time **

a. ₹ 640 10% 2 years

b. ₹ 20,000 12^{1}/_{2}% 3 years

c. ₹ 26820 6^{2}/_{3}% 1^{1}/_{4} years

**3. **What will ₹ 200 amount to in 10 years at 10%?

**4.
**Ranjan borrowed ₹ 5000 for 3 years at 6% per
annum simple interest. He lends this money to Meenu for 3 years at 9%. How
much does Ranjan gain as interest?

**5.
**Fill in the blanks:

a. If principal is ₹ 7200 and
interest is calculated at the rate of 6% per year, then the amount after 3
years is ₹ ___________.

b.
The interest on ₹ 12000 at 5% per year for ___________ years is ₹ 720.

c.
The interest on ₹ 6250 at ___________% per year for 3 years is ₹ 1125.

d.
The interest on ₹ 1200 at 2.25% per year for 4 months is ₹ ___________.

**6.
**Match the following with the correct given
options:

a.
The interest on a sum of ₹ 1200 which amounts to ₹ 1320 is i. ₹ 45

b.
Simple interest on ₹ 750 for 2 years at 3% rate of interest is ii. ₹ 120

c. ₹ 600 will amount to ₹ 840 at 2% simple interest in iii. 5%

d. Interest earned in a bank on ₹ 5000 is ₹ 500 in 2 years,

the rate of interest is iv.
20 yrs

e. If principal and rate remains
unchanged, then amount increases with

increase of v. Time

**7.
**Find the rate of interest at which ₹ 6200
amounts to ₹ 11780 in 6 years.

**8. **Anushka invested ₹ 24,000 at the rate of 6% p.a. for 2 years and Raj
invested ₹ 28,000 at the rate of 5% for the same time period. Who earns more
and by how much?

**9. **Write T for true or F for false:

a.
The simple interest on ₹ 6000 at 8% p.a. for 6 years is ₹ 2400.

b. ₹ 7200 amounts to ₹ 10656 in 3 years at 16% p.a.

c.
If interest for 4 years at 15% is ₹ 2760, then principal is ₹ 4500.

**10. **Rahul borrowed a certain sum of money from a friend of his at 7%
per annum simple interest. After 3 years, he paid ₹ 525 as interest. Find the
sum borrowed.

**Worksheet
2 **

**1.
**What is the simple interest on ₹ 10,000 at
the rate of 9% for a period of 2.5 years?

**2.
**Calculate the time in each of the following.

**Principal
Rate Amount **

a. ₹ 6250 6% ₹ 7375

b. ₹ 1500 4% ₹ 1680

c. ₹ 450 5% ₹ 540

**3.
**At what rate percent would a sum of money
triple itself in 8 years?

**4. **If Shashi invests ₹ 20,000 at the rate of 12%
p.a. for 6 years and Rishi invests ₹ 10,000 at the rate of 24% p.a. for the
same time period, then who earns more interest?

**5.
**Fill in the blanks:

a.
In calculation of simple interest, amount is always greater than the
___________.

b.
Simple interest on ₹ 4800 in 3 years and a rate of 6% is ___________.

c.
The amount on ₹ 8600 in 3 years at 5% is ___________.

**6. **A certain sum of money amounts to ₹ 3600 in 5 years and ₹ 3720
in 6 years at simple interest. Find the rate of interest.

**7.
**State true or false in each of the following:

a. ₹ 1125 amounts to ₹ 1395 at 6% p.a. in 4 years.

b.
A sum of ₹ 1000 double itself in 4 years at 25%.

c.
The simple interest on ₹ 6500 at 5% p.a. in 4 years is ₹ 1300.

**8. **The interest on ₹ 46000 at 6% per annum after some time is ₹ 8280. Find the period.

**9. **Choose the correct answer for each for the following:

a.
The rate percent on a principal of ₹ 600 yielding an interest of ₹ 120 in 2
years is

i. 10%

ii. 12%

iii. 15%

iv. 20%

b. ₹ 1000 amounts to ₹ 1600 at 6% in

i. 10 years

ii. 8 years

iii. 5 years

iv. 6 years

c.
The interest on ₹ 3000 for 4 years at 5% is

i. ₹ 200

ii. ₹ 120

iii. ₹ 600

iv. ₹ 150

d.
On what principal will the interest be ₹ 500 for one year at 5%?

i. ₹ 5000

ii. ₹ 2000

iii. ₹ 50,000

iv. ₹ 10,000

**10. **A person borrowed some money from moneylender
where he has to pay interest at 24% per year. If the person pays ₹ 34560 after
4 months, then find the amount borrowed.

**Worksheet
3**

**1.
**Fill in the blanks in each of the following:

a.
Amount is equal to the sum of principal and ___________.

b. On a given sum of money if time
remains same and rate is increased, then interest ___________.

c.
If ₹ 715 amounts ₹ 965 in 2 years, then interest of each year is ___________.

d. ₹ 1200 will yield an interest of ₹ 288 at 8% p.a. interest in ___________
years.

**2.
**A sum of ₹ 7500 amounts to ₹ 9300 in 4
years.

a.
Find the rate per cent.

b.
Find the amount on ₹ 6000 at the same rate in 5 years.

**3.
**State true or false for each of the following:

a. Suman borrows ₹ 6000 for 5 years
at 3% and lends ₹ 6000 for 4^{1}/_{2} years at 4%. Suman’s
gain is ₹ 540.

b. ₹ 600 amounted to ₹ 780 after 5 years at 6% rate of interest.

**4. **Find the simple interest on ₹ 2500 in 2 years
at a rate 7% p.a., then find amount at the end of 2 years?

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

a.
The simple interest on ₹ 8000 at 5% p.a. for 2 years is

i. ₹ 400

ii. ₹ 800

iii. ₹ 4000

iv. ₹ 40

b. If simple interest on ₹ 7200 in one year is ₹ 200, then interest in 2 years is

i. ₹ 400

ii. ₹ 7000

iii. ₹ 200

iv. ₹ 7600

c.
Simple interest on ₹ 8050 in one year is ₹ 100. The amount at the end of 3
years is

i. ₹ 8000

ii. ₹ 300

iii. ₹ 8350

iv. ₹ 8500

d.
If principal is ₹ 500, time is 3 years and rate is 4%, then the amount is

i. ₹ 512

ii. ₹ 560

iii. ₹ 60

iv. ₹ 520

**6. **Find the time in which ₹ 5000 amounts to ₹ 6400 is at 7% rate of
interest.

**7. **A person deposited ₹ 40000 in a bank which pays interest at 8.5%.
How much the person will get after 4^{1}/_{2} years?

**8.
**Find the rate of interest at which a sum of
money double itself in 10 years?

**ANSWERS**

**Worksheet
1 **

1. 50 years

2. a. ₹ 128 b. ₹ 7500

c. ₹ 2235

3. ₹ 400

4. ₹ 450

5. a. ₹ 8496 b. 1.2

c. 6% d. ₹ 9

6. a. ii b. i

c. iv d. iii

e. v

7. 15%

8. Anushka earns more by ₹ 80

9. a. F b. T c. F

10. ₹ 2500

**Worksheet
2**

1. ₹ 2250

2. a. 3 years b. 3 years

c. 4 years

3. 25%

4. Both earns the same interest

5. a. interest b. ₹ 864

c. ₹ 9890

6. 4%

7. a. True b. True

c. True

8. 3 years

9. a. i b. i

c. iii d. iv

10. ₹ 32,000

**Worksheet
3**

1. a. interest b.
increases

c. ₹ 125 d. 3

2. a. 6% b. ₹ 7800

3. a. False b. True

4. SI = ₹ 350; Amount = ₹ 2850

5. a. ii b. i

c. iii d. ii

6. 4 years

7. ₹ 55,300

8. 10%

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