Assign the oxidation number to MN in K2 MnO4.

Let us say oxidation state of Mn is x.

Now, we know, the oxidation state of Oxygen is -2 and that of Hydrogen is +1.

Therefore,

K2MnO4: 2 + x + (−8) = 0

x = 8−2

x=+6

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