Exercise 14.1 Question 1: Draw a circle with circle of radius 3.2 and write down it’s procedures. Answer: Procedure: (a) For the required radius of 3 cm open the compass. (b) Make a point with a sharp pencil where we want the centre of circle to be. (c) Name it O (d) Place the pointer […]

**NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths**

The NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths includes all the questions provided in the NCERT textbook that is prescribed for class 6 in CBSE schools. Byju’s provide the students with Chapter wise NCERT study material and solutions that will help in understanding the concepts. NCERT books are recommended for the preparation of examinations as it covers the entire syllabus.

Students having trouble in finding the solutions for difficult maths problems can refer to the NCERT maths solutions that are provided or can call our mentors for more guidance and doubt clearance. Solving these exercises in each chapter will assure positive results as NCERT textbooks can be very helpful for students to achieve maximum marks in their examinations.

Chapter Wise Solutions For CBSE Class 6 Maths

Chapter 1 – Knowing Our Numbers

Chapter 2 – Whole Numbers

Chapter 3 – Playing with Numbers

Chapter 4 – Basic Geometrical Ideas

Chapter 5 – Understanding elementary shapes

Chapter 6 – Integers

Chapter 7 – Fractions

Chapter 8 – Decimals

Chapter 9 – Data Handling

Chapter 10 – Mensuration

Chapter 11 – Algebra

Chapter 12 – Ratio and Proportion

Chapter 13 – Symmetry

Chapter 14 – Practical Geometry

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## Chapter 5: Understanding Elementary S...

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## Chapter 13: Symmetry

Exercise 13. 1 Q1. Observe your surroundings in school or home and list some symmetrical objects. Ans: CD, Glass, Paper sheet, Bucket, Bathtub Q2. Find out the mirror line,for the figure given below. Ans: In the given figure, line l2 is the mirror line. The left and right part of the object is same […]

## Chapter 2: Whole Numbers

Exercise 2.1 Question 1: List out any four natural numbers after 11999. Answer: Three natural numbers after 11999 are 12000, 12001, and 12002. Question 2: List out any four whole numbers, which come just before 10001? Answer: The numbers, which come before 10001, are 10000, 9999, and 9998 Question 3: The smallest whole […]

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