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Mathy6 UNIT 1

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MATHS FOR UPSR STUDENTS
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UNIT 1 WHOLE NUMBERS Objective Questions 1.

“One million sixty-seven thousand five hundred and nine” in numerals is A 1 670 590 C 1 067 590 B 1 607 509 D 1 067 509 , 2 899 068, 2 898 068, 2 897 068 What is the missing number in the number sequence above? A 2 890 068 C 2 999 068 B 2 900 068 D 3 000 068 3. The value of digit 5 in the number 40 508 is A 5 C 500 B 50 D 5 000 7 500 000 = 1 A 7 million 2 1 B 7 million 4 3 million 4 1 7 million 5 7

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C D

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The diagram shows an incomplete number line. 1 million X Y 2 million

Given X is in the middle of 1 million and 2 million. Y is in the middle of X and 2 million. What is the value of Y? 1 1 A 1 million C 1 million 4 3 1 3 B 1 million D 1 million 2 4 6. Round off 6.873 million to the nearest million. A 6 800 000 C 6 873 000 B 6 870 000 D 7 000 000 1 080 – 660 ÷ 15 = A 28 B 44 (39 + 1 048) × (9 + 17) = C D 946 1 036

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A B 9.

28 028 28 262

C D

29 349 30 862

With 9 ℓ of petrol, David’s car can travel 144 km. How far, in km, can David’s car travel with 6 ℓ of petrol? A 24 C 96 B 90 D 864

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What number is represented on the abacus above? A 36 244 C 3 062 044 B 3 060 244 D 3 602 044 11. + 45 × 8 = 1 000 What is the missing number in the box? A 80 C 640 B 170 D 670 Which of the following is the closest estimation to 119 362 × 38? A 120 000 × 30 C 200 000 × 30 B 120 000 × 40 D 200 000 × 40 128 972 ÷ 20 = A 6 443 r 12 B 6 447 r 8 C D 6 448 r 12 6 542 r 8

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18 boxes contain 96 oranges each and 16 small boxes contain 56 oranges each. How many oranges are there altogether? A 1 041 B 2 624 C 2 723 D 5 168 Find the difference between the values of digit 7 and digit 8 in the number 2 708 534. A 620 000 B 692 000 C 698 000 D 708 000

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Subjective Questions 1. Write the number 6 150 000 in words.

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State the place value of digit 8 in the number 2 830 416.

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Round off 467 359 to the nearest ten thousand.

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Partition the number 2 034 075 according to the values of the digits.

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140 + 28 ÷ 4 =

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Subtract 816 from the sum of 924 and 83.

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(14 × 20) + (12 × 9) =

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Find the product of 7 093 and 28.

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87 007 ÷ 8 =

10.

Razak has 256 stamps. Adilah has 437 stamps more than Razak. How many stamps do they have altogether?

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Mr Tham has 7 bunches of rambutans with 45 rambutans on each bunch. He gives 30 rambutans to his friends. How many rambutans does he have left?

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The table shows the number of boys and girls in four classes.

Class Boy Girl

6 Maju 12 18

6 Hebat 15 17

6 Cekal 16 15

6 Jaya 14 19

Find the difference between the total number of boys and the total number of girls in the four classes.

13.

Encik Safuan delivers 435 copies of newspapers every day. How many copies of newspapers does he deliver in June, July and August?

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There are 43 passengers on a bus. When the bus reaches a station, 27 passengers get off and 18 passengers get on the bus. How many passengers are there on the bus now?

15.

The diagram shows the number of beans in two containers.

966 beans

1 237 beans

Maria took out 350 beans from each container. Find the total number of beans left in both containers.

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