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VIBRANT ACADEMY PHYSICS

(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS – VI (ICSE)

DPP NO. 01
TOPIC : MECHANICAL FORCE

1. Which is not an example of lever of first order ?
(A) Scissor (B) Sea-saw (C) Bottle opener (D) Pliers

2. Velocity ratio for a particular machine is a :
(A) Constant quantity (B) Variable quantity
(C) Either (A) or (B) (D) None of these

3. In an ideal machine there is no :
(A) load (B) fulcrum
(C) mechanical advantage (D) friction

4. A beam balanced is an example of :
(A) inclined plane (B) lever of first type
(C) lever of second type (D) lever of third type

5. A first order lever always has ............ in the middle.
(A) fulcrum (B) effort force
(C) resistance force (D) mechanical advantage

6. A simple machine is to do :
(A) less work (B) more work
(C) work more conveniently with less effort (D) work less conveniently

7. The number of times a machine multiplies the effort force is its :
(A) load (B) effort (C) mechanical advantage (D) work

8. The lever for which the mechanical advantage is less than 1 has :
(A) fulcrum at mid point between load and effort.
(B) load between effort and fulcrum.
(C) effort between fulcrum and load.
(D) load and effort acting at hte same point.

9. Which is an example of lever of first order?
(A) Scissor (B) Sea-saw (C) Pliers (D) All of these

10. Which is an example of lever of third order?
(A) Scissor (B) Sea-saw (C) Claw hammer (D) Sugar tongs

11. A force applied to a machine to do mechanical work is called :
(A) load (B) effort (C) output (D) efficiency

12. Mechanical advantage is equal to :
Effort arm Load arm
(A) (B)
Load arm Effort arm
(C) Load arm + Effort arm (D) Effort arm × Load arm

13. Define lever and its types with examples.

14. What is mechanical advantage ?

15. Define the input and output of machine?

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DPP NO. 02
TOPIC : PRESSURE

Q.1. The SI unit of pressure is :
(A) atmosphere (B) pascal
(C) cm of mercury (D) mm of mercury

Q.2. Pressure is defined as :
(A) force (B) force × distance
(C) Normal force per unit area (D) force × area

Q.3. Pressure cannot be measured in :
(A) Nm–2 (B) bar (C) Pa (D) Kg wt

Q.4. Pascal is the unit of :
(A) force (B) pressure (C) distance (D) area

Q.5. Sharper knives cut fruits easily because :
(A) the area of contact is more (B) the area of contact is less
(C) they shine more (D) none of these

Q.6. Women's sandals hurt more than the men's sport shoes because :
(A) women are stronger in health
(B) sport shoes have small heel
(C) area of contact of sandal's heel is more
(D) area of contact of sandal's heel is lesser

Q.7. A camel can walk/run in deserts very easily as compared to horse, donkey etc, because its :
(A) feet are smaller (B) weight is lesser
(C) feet are broader (D) body is heavier

Q.8. The atmosphere exerts a pressure P on the surface of earth. Here P is equal to
(A) 1.01 × 105 Nm–2 (B) 1.01 × 10–5 Nm–2
(C) 1.01 × 107 Nm–2 (D) 1.01 × 10–7 Nm–2

Q.9. If you increase the number of books in your school bag :
(A) pressure increases (B) pressure decreases
(C) pressure remains same (D) none of these

Q.10. Explain why we prefer to use a sharper knife to cut vegetables and fruits.

Q.11. Tractors have large tyres, bull dozers have caterpillar tracks and heavy buses and trucks have eight
rear wheels. Give one reason common to all these.

Q.12. Define pressure. What is the SI unit of pressure ?

Q.13. Explain why a school bag with a broader strip causes less pain than the bag with a narrow strip on the
shoulder

Q.14 There is no atmosphere around many planets, then why there is atmosphere around earth?

Q.15 How does the human body withstand atmospheric pressure?

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DPP NO. 03
TOPIC : MAGNETISM

Q.1 An example of magnetic material is
(A) wooden scale (B) plastic spoon (C) iron nail (D) a leather belt

Q.2 A compass which is used to determine direction, uses
(A) directive property of magnetism (B) attractive property of magnetism
(C) attractive property of electrostatics (D) repulsive property of electrostatics

Q.3 Repulsion test using a magnet helps to
(A) detect the presence of a magnet (B) identify magnetic materials
(C) to detect an iron needle (D) to detect a cobalt needle

Q.4 To find the north pole of a bar magnet, we should
(A) bring an iron nail towards it (B) suspend it freely with the help of a thread
(C) rub it with the silk cloth (D) rub it with the woolen cloth

Q.5 A magnet remains unaffected in the presence of
(A) an iron ball (B) a cobalt bar (C) a nickel jar (D) a glass strip

Q.6 To convert an iron bar into a magnet, we need
(A) to hammer the iron bar a large number of times
(B) red colour to denote north pole
(C) a magnet
(D) to heat it to high temperature

Q.7 The attractive power of a magnet is most pronounced
(A) at north pole of the magnet (B) at south pole of the magnet
(C) at the poles of the magnet (D) at the center of the magnet

Q.8 An example of a natural magnet is
(A) a wooden piece (B) a horseshoe magnet
(C) a bar magnet (D) a piece of lodestone

Q.9 A magnet may lose its properties, if it is
(A) immersed in liquid (B) heated to a high temperature
(C) broken into two pieces (D) hanged freely

Q.10 The magnetic property of a magnet is retained, if it is
(A) hammered (B) thrown from some height
(C) kept in the magnetic keepers (D) heated to high temperature

Q.11 Where in a magnet, the strength is maximum?

Q.12 What happens when the north pole of a magnet is brought near to the north pole of a freely suspended
magnet?

Q.13 What are the important uses of magnets?

Q.14 In which direction does a freely suspended bar magnet come to rest?

Q.15 Why are artificial magnets preferred to natural magnet?

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DPP NO. 04
TOPIC : ENERGY

Q.1 If the total work done on an object by a force is zero along a closed path then the force is :
(A) Conservative force (B) Non-conservative force
(C) Zero (D) Negative force

Q.2 Kinetic energy of an object which does positive work always :
(A) Increases (B) Decreases (C) Remains same (D) Can’t say

Q.3 If positive work is done on an object, its kinetic energy :
(A) Increases (B) Decreases (C) Remains same (D) Can’t say

Q.4 If negative work is done on an object, its kinetic energy :
(A) Increases (B) Decreases (C) Remains same (D) Can’t say

Q.5 Which of the following forces are conservative :
(A) Gravitational force (B) Friction force (C) Viscous force (D) All of these

Q.6 Work energy theorem is applicable for :
(A) Conservative forces (B) Non-conservative forces
(C) All forces (D) None of these

Q.7 Work energy theorem states that change in K.E. of an object is equal to :
(A) Work done by all forces acting on it
(B) Work done by conservative forces acting on it
(C) Work done by non-conservative forces acting on it
(D) None of these

Q.8 The work done by a force on a body will be positive if the :
(A) Body does not move
(B) Body moves perpendicular to the direction of motion
(C) Body moves along the direction of the applied force
(D) Body moves opposite to the direction of the applied force

Q.9 Which among the following can be unit of work :
(A) dyne-cm (B) N – m (C) N – cm (D) All of these

Q.10 A coolie with a suitcase on his head is climbing up on a ladder with uniform speed. The work done by
the coolie on the suitcase is :
(A) Positive (B) Negative (C) Zero (D) Undefined

Q.11 Define work and give its S.I. and c.g.s unit

Q.12 On what factors does the kinetic energy of a body depend ?

Q.13 What is the difference between potential energy and kinetic energy ?

Q.14 When a ball is thrown vertically upwards, its velocity goes on decreasing. What happens to its potential
energy as its velocity becomes zero ?

Q.15 What do you understand by the term "transformation of energy" ? Explain with an example.

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VIBRANT ACADEMY MATHEMATICS
(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: VI (ICSE) DPP-1

TOPIC : NUMBER SYSTEM
B 2
1. In the product shown, B is a digit. The value of B is × 7 B
6396
(A) 3 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 8
3 3 3
2. 3 +3 +3 =
(A) 34 (B) 39 (C) 93 (D) 273

3. How much – 8 is less than - 3 ?
(A) 5 (B) – 5 (C) 11 (D) – 11
4. (– 27 ) × (–16) + (– 27) (–14) = ?
(A) – 810 (B) 810 (C) 1110 (D) –1110
5. Which one of the following represents the statement "3 times the sum of 2 and 4" ?
(A) 3 x 2 + 4 (B) 3 + (2 x 4) (C) 3 x 4 + 2 (D) 3 x (2 + 4)
6. Which one of the following is not an irrational number ?
(A)  (B) 3 (C) 8 (D) 2 4

7. The value of |7| + |5| – |7| – |–3|, where |·| is absolute value of an integer is
(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3
8. The value of (–1 )27 × (–1)53 × (–1)4 is
(A) –1 (B) 1 (C) –1 or 1 (D) 2
9. The value of X in –19 × (4 + (–2)) = –19 × 4 +(–19) × X, is
(A) 2 (B) –19 (C) 4 (D) – 2

10. The value of 12 – [7 – {16 – (18 – 6  3 – 12 )}] is
(A) 3 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) 0
11. What will be the sign of the product if we together multiply 199 negative integer an 10 positive integers?
(A) Negative (B) Positive (C) Can't say (D) Data is insufficient

1
12.   

Simplify 222 –  42  56 – 8  9  108  
3 
(A) 159 (B) 100 (C) 89 (D) 90
13. Which of the following equations illustrates the identity property of addition ?
(A) 5 – 5 = 0 (B) 5 + 0 = 5 (C) 5 × 1 = 5 (D) 5 + 1 = 6
14. Which of the following is true?
(A) The product of a positive and a negative integer is negative
(B) The product of a negative and a positi e integer may be zero
(C) For all non-zero integers a and b, a x is always greater than either a or b.
(D) None of these
15. Which one is correct?
(A) All natural numbers are whole numbers, all whole numbers are integers
(B) All whole numbers are integers, all integers are natural numbers
(C) All integers are whole numbers, all natural numbers are integers
(D) All integers are whole numbers, all integers are natural numbers
16. The town newspaper is published every day. One copy has 12 pages. Everyday 12,000 copies are printed.
How many total pages are printed every day?

17. Find the difference between the greatest and the smallest number that can be written using the digits 6, 2, 8,
5, 4 each only once.

18. A taxi driver filled his car petrol tank with 40 litres of petrol on Monday. The next day, he filled the tank with 50
litres of petrol. If the petrol costs Rs. 45 per litre, how much did he spend in all on petrol?

19. Ali cycle for 16 days, riding 20 km each day. Sam cycles 20 days, riding 16 km each day. Who cycles a
further distance ?

20. Find the greatest length of a rod which can measure exactly 42 m , 49m and 84 m . Find also the number of
times the rod is contained in each length.

21. Find the greatest number such that if 245 and 1029 be divided by it, the remainder in each case is 5.
VIBRANT ACADEMY MATHEMATICS
(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: VI (ICSE) DPP-2

TOPIC : RATIO AND PROPORTION
1. Find the value of x if
7 : 5 :: x : 25
(A) 20 (B) 25 (C) 30 (D) 35
2. In unitary method, we first find out the value of the ........
(A) required quantity (B) given quantities (C) unit quantity (D) sum of all quantities
3. If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio of 6: 5: 4, then the measure of each angle of a triangle will be
(A) 70°, 60° and  50° (B) 72°, 60° and 48° (C) 72°, 62° and 46° (D) 75°, 65° and 40°
4. The sides of a triangle ABC are in the ratio 3: 4: 5. If the perimeter of triangle ABC is 60, then its lengths
of sides are
(A) 10, 20 and 30 respectively. (B) 15, 45 and 20 respectively.
(C) 15, 20 and 25 respectively. (D) 20, 20 and 20 respectively.
5. If the second, third and fourth terms of a proportion are 6, 10 and 15 respectively, then its first term is
(A) 2. (B) 3. (C) 4. (D) 5.
6. Ratio of 1.5 ft to 6 inches is
(A) 1 : 2. (B) 1: 3. (C) 1: 4. (D) 3: 1.
7. If the cost of five rolls of camera film is Rs. 500, then the cost of eight such camera rolls is
(A) Rs 800. (B) Rs 700. (C) Rs 650. (D) Rs 600.

m 2 2m  3n
8. If   , then the value of  is
n 5 7m  5n

19 17 17 15
(A)  (B)   (C)  (D) 
39 39 36 36

9. If 3 : 21 :: X : 35, then X equals to
(A) 8. (B) 7. (C) 5. (D) 4.
10. Fill in the blank: 15: 18 :: ... : 6 
(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 12
11. Find the ratio of 30 minutes to 45 minutes.
(A) 45:30 (B) 3:4 (C) 2:3 (D) 1:2

12. The simplest form of 2525 : 6500 is
(A) 260:101 (B) 13:5  (C) 5:13 (D) 101:260

13. If 7:30 :: a:150. Then the value of a is
(A) 30 (B) 40 (C) 35 (D) 50

14. On Monday 55 mm of rainfall was recorded while on Tuesday 10 cm of rainfall was recorded. Find the ratio
of both.
(A) 11:20 (B) 10: 11  (C) 55: 1  (D) 1: 55

15. Cost of a dozen rakhi is Rs. 36. What amount will Shikha have to pay if she wants to buy 7 rakhis?
(A) 21 (B) 14 (C) 12 (D) none of above
16. Which ratio is greater, 5 : 13 or 15 : 42 ?

17. The total strength of a school is 1,120. The ratio of boys and girls in the school is 4 :3. Find the number of
boys and number of girls in the school.

18. Mr. Paramjeet gets Rs. 24,000 per month. He spends Rs. 20,000 and saves the rest. Find the following
ratio in the simplest form :
(a) His income to expenditure (b) His expenditure to savings
(c) His savings to income (d) His earnings to savings

19. The angles of a triangle are in the ratio 3 : 2 : 1 . Find the angles .

20. In  an election  between two candidates A and  B, 30,000 votes polled . A won the election with the margin of
400 votes . Find the ratio of votes polled in favour of each candidates.

21. Shanta bought 72 kg of wheat for Rs.324. How many kilogram of wheat  could she have bought if she had
spent only Rs. 144.
VIBRANT ACADEMY MATHEMATICS
(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: VI (ICSE) DPP-3

TOPIC : ALGEBRA
 1 1
1. If  x – x  = 5, then the value x2 + is
  x2
(A) 23 (B) 27 (C) 25 (D) 29
4 7
2. The zero of the polynomial y– is
7 15

49 105 28 60
(A) (B) (C) (D)
60 28 105 49
3. The product of (a – b) (a + b) (a2+b2) is
(A) a2–b2 (B) a5–b3 (C) a4–b4 (D) a2 + b4

4. Which of the following is equivalent to the expression (4) (–x) (–y) ?
(A) 4xy (B) –4xy (C) (–4) (x) (y) (D) (–4) (–x) (–y)

5. On simplificaiton the value of (3x2+5x–7) (x–1) –(x2–2x+3) (x+4) is
(A) 2x3–7x–5 (B) x3–7x–5 (C) 2x3+7x+5 (D) x3+7x–5
6. Statements : p : x3–y3–3x3 is trinomial.
q : An algebraic expression containing three unlike terms is called a trinomial.
(A) Both p and q are true (B) p is true and q is false
(C) Both p and q are false (D) p is false and q is true
7. Division of p(x) by q(x) is possible, if .....
(A) Degree of p(x) < degree of q(x) (B) Degree of p(x)  degree of q(x)
(C) Degree of p(x)  degree of q(x) (D) No relation between degree of p(x) and q(x)
8. What is the missing term in the following product ?
(2a3 – 3) (5a3–2) = 10a6 + ........+ 6
(A) 19a3 (B) –19a3 (C) 16a3 (D) –16a3
9. The experession 4 (x –2) + 3 (x –1) is equal to
(A) 7x – 11 (B) 7x + 11 (C) 6x – 10 (D) 6x +10
 2
2  2  8   1 
10. The value of (–5x2y) ×  – 3 xy z  ×  15 xyz  ×  – 4 z  is
     

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 3 3
(A) – xyz (B) xyz (C) – xyz (D) xyz
9 9 9 9
11. The value of n3 + 5n2 + 5n – 2 when n = –2 is
(A) 16 (B) 0 (C) –40 (D) 10

12. Which expression is equal to 5 (2x + 1 – x – 4) ?
(A) 9x – 3 (B) 5x – 15 (C) 5x – 3 (D) 5x + 25
2 2
 1   1 
13. Simplify  2x   –  2x – 
 3 y   3 y

4x  1  8x 4y
 2
(A) 3y (B) 2 4 x  (C) 3y (D)
 9 y2  3x
1 1
14. If x + = 12, then the value of x – is
x x

(A) 140 (B) 120 (C) 10 (D) 11

 4p   5p 
15. The product of  5 – 3  and  8 – 6  is
   

p2 267 p2 267
(A) + p – 18 (B) – p – 18
2 40 2 40

p2 267 p2 267
(C) + p + 18 (D) – p + 18
2 40 2 40

16. If cost of one pen is Rs. 10 and a pencil costs Rs. 2, find the total cost of x pens and y pencils.

17. A class with p students has planned a picnic. Rs. 50 per student is collected, out of which Rs. 1800 is paid
in advance for transport. How much money is left with them to spend on other items?

18. lf 2x = 8, find x.

19. Complete the following table. By inspection method, find the solution of the equation 2x – 9 = 5.
x 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
2x – 9

20. (i) John covers x centimetres in one step. How many centimetres does he cover in 9 steps?
(ii) Binny spends Rs. a daily and saves Rs. b per week. What is her income for two weeks?
(iii) One apple weighs 75 grams and one orange weighs 40 grams. Determine the weight of x apples and y
oranges.
VIBRANT ACADEMY MATHEMATICS
(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: VI (ICSE) DPP-4

TOPIC : GEOMETRY

1. In the given figure, if AOB is a straight line, then the value of x is :
D
C
45°
x + 15° x + 30°
A O B
1
(A) 90° (B) 45° (C) 22 (D) 150°
2

2. How many degrees are there in an angle which equals one fifth of its supplement ?
(A) 15° (B) 30° (C) 75° (D) 150°

3. For what value of x will line l be parallel to line m ?

(A) 50º (B) 53º (C) 52º (D) 51º

4. In the given figure, straight lines PQ and RS intersect at O. If the magnitude of  is 3 times that of , than
 is equal to :
R Q

O
P S
(A) 30° (B) 40° (C) 45° (D) 60°

5. In the given figure, AB || CD, ABO = 40°
and CDO = 30°.
If DOB = x°, then the value of x is :
A B
40°
O
x

30°
C D
(A) 35° (B) 110° (C) 70° (D) 140°
6. In the adjoining figure AB || CD and PQ, QR intersects AB and CD both at E, F and G, H respectively. Given
that m PEB = 80º, m QHD = 120º and m PQR = xº, find the value of x :

(A) 40º (B) 20º (C) 100º (D) 30º

7. In the given figure, if EC || AB, ECD = 70° and BDO = 20°, then OBD is :

(A) 20° (B) 50° (C) 60° (D) 70°

8. In the given figure, AB || CD. The value of x is :

(A) 20º (B) 30º (C) 45º (D) 60º

9. As shown in figure, line AB || line PQ, mONQ = 110º, mMYO = 80º. Find mMOX :

M Y
A 80º B

P O 110º Q
X N

(A) 190º (B) 30º (C) 150º (D) 70º
10. In the figure AB || CD and line t1 || t2, find the measure of Z.
t1 t2
20º Z
A F B
H
90º
C G D

(A) 90º (B) 70º (C) 110º (D) 130º

B C
11. In triangle ABC ,If A   find A of a triangle –
2 3
(A) 30º (B) 60º (C) 90º (D) none of these

12. The perimeter of rectangle whose length is 40 cm and a diagonal 41 cm -
(A) 96 cm (B) 98 cm (C) 92 cm (D) 90 cm

13. The largest side of a right triangle is :
(A) median (B) altitude (C) angle bisector (D) hypotenuse

14. A tree is broken at a height of 5 m from the ground and its top touches the ground at a distance of 12 m from
the base of the tree. Find original height of the tree
(A) 13 m (B) 18 m (C) 17 m (D) 19 m

15. In Fig., PQ = PR, RS = RQ and ST QR. If the exterior angle RPU is 140°, then the measure of angle TSR
is

U
P
140º

S T

Q R

(A) 55° (B) 40° (C) 50° (D) 45°

16. In the figure, m || n and p and q are transversal. Find the values of x and y.
p q

1 2 y
m 116°

x 87°
n

17. In figure, EF is a line through A and parallel to the side BC of triangle ABC. Find the value of x and use
that to find EAB and FAC.

E A F

2x

x x + 20º
B C
18. In figure,  || m and n is the transversal cutting  and m at P and Q respectively. If 1 = 3x and 2 = x,
find the value of x. n
1
P

2 m
Q

19. In figure, if || m, find x.

450
0
125
m
x

20. The supplement of an angle is one third of itself. Determine the angle and its supplement.
VIBRANT ACADEMY MATHEMATICS
(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: VI (ICSE) DPP-5

TOPIC : MENSURATION

1. The perimeter of a regular hexagon with each side measuring 8 m is
(A) 48 m (B) 40 m. (C) 32 m. (D) 24 m.
2. The total cost of flooring a room at Rs 8.50 per square metre is Rs 510. If the length of the room is 8
metre, then its breadth is
50 60 70 25
(A)  (B)  (C)  (D) 
4 8 5 4
3. The area of rectangle is 225 cm2. If its breadth is 25 cm, then its length will be
(A) 7 cm. (B) 9 cm. (C) 12 cm. (D) 13 cm.
4. The perimeter of the closed rectilinear figure is …
(A) Sum of all sides. (B) Difference of any two sides.
(C) Sum of opposite sides. (D) Product of all the sides
5. The area of a rectangle is 650 cm2 and its breadth is 13cm. Its perimeter will be
(A) 50 cm. (B) 126 cm. (C) 540 cm. (D) 724 cm.
6. The perimeter of a rectangle whose length and breadth are 25 cm and 15 cm respectively is
(A) 120 cm. (B) 100 cm. (C) 80 cm. (D) 40 cm.
7. Find the perimeter of an isosceles triangle with equal sides 8 cm each and third side is 6cm.
(A) 25 cm (B) 18 cm (C) 20 cm (D) 22 cm
8. If the length of a rectangle is doubled and its breadth is tripled, then the area will increase by
(A) 8 times. (B) 6 times. (C) 4 times. (D) 2 times.

9. The perimeter of the given figure is

(A) 11 cm. (B) 15 cm. (C) 24 cm. (D) 30 cm.

10. If the length of a rectangle is doubled but its breadth is unchanged, then its new area will be
(A) doubled. (B) tripled. (C) four times. (D) same.

11. Pinky runs around a square field of side 75m, Bobby runs around a rectangular field with length 160m and
breadth 105m. How much more distance covered by Bobby?
(A) 150m (B) 225m (C) 230m (D) 270m

12. The perimeter of the given figure is

(A) 10 cm. (B) 12 cm. (C) 15 cm. (D) 20 cm.
13. Find the area of square whose side is 5 cm.
(A) 25 cm2 (B) 10 cm2 (C) 15 cm2  (D) 20 cm2

14. The area of a rectangle with length 4 cm and breadth 2 cm is
(A) 6 square cm. (B) 8 square cm.
(C) 10 square cm. (D) 12 square cm.

15. The area of a rectangle is 240 cm2. If its length is 20 cm, then its breadth is
(A) 16 cm (B) 15 cm. (C) 12 cm. (D) 10 cm.

16. Perimeter of an isosceles triangle is 50cm. If one of the two equal sides is 18cm, find the third side.

17. A rectangular piece of plot measures 0.5 km by 0.4 km. Each side is to be fenced with 4 rows of wires.
What is the length of wire needed? If the wire costs Rs. 11 per metre, what will be the cost of wire re-
quired for fencing?

18. Three squares are joined together as shown in Fig. Their sides are 4cm, 10cm and 3cm. Find the perim-
eter of the figure.

19. Find the perimeter of a rectangle whose length and breadth are 15.4cm and 11.6cm respectively.

20. Anand's garden is 70 m long and 50 m wide and is in the form of a rectangle. If he uses three layers of barbed
wire to fence the garden, what is the total length of the wire used ?
VIBRANT ACADEMY MATHEMATICS
(India) Private Limited Daily Practice Problems
CLASS: VI (ICSE) DPP-6

TOPIC : DATA HANDLING

1. The following pictograph shows the number of pizzas eaten by four friends in the past month.

The total number of pizzas eaten by four friends is
(A) 10. (B) 20. (C) 29. (D) 38.

2. The following bar graph shows the number of tickets sold by five students A, B, C, D and E during a fair.
The average number of tickets sold by A, C, D and E is

(A) 30.2. (B) 31.6. (C) 35.0. (D) 46.67.

3. The weight of 25 student of class X in kg given as below:
35 , 38 , 40 , 45 , 43 39 , 45.5 , 37, 46, 45, 36, 37, 46, 39, 38, 40, 41, 42, 42, 43, 38, 37, 36, 49, 50.
How many students have 50 or more than 50 weight?
(A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 1

4. In the following bar graph, the number of people opting for French toast as their favourite breakfast food is

(A) 2. (B) 3. (C) 6. (D) 7.
5. The following bar graph represents the amount of oil purchased by the government from 1998-2005. The
year in which maximum oil purchased was

(A) 1998. (B) 2001. (C) 2003. (D) 2005.
6. The arithmetic mean of x and y is 40. If z = 30, then the sum of x, y and z is
(A) 70. (B) 100. (C) 110. (D) 120.
7. The arithmetic mean of the data 10, 20, 30, 40 is
(A) 20. (B) 25. (C) 100. (D) 125.
8. Pictograph represents the data in the form of
(A) numerical figures. (B) alphabets.
(C) symbols or pictures. (D) graphs.
9. Tally marks represent the number
(A) 2. (B) 4. (C) 5. (D) 10.
10. The following bar graph represents the number of persons in various age groups. The number of persons
lie in the age group 15-20 is

(A) 50,000. (B) 1,00,000. (C) 2,00,000. (D) 2,50,000.
11. The following bar graph shows the number of copies of the book ‘Mathematics for class VI’ sold by a
bookseller during the period from April 2008 to August 2008. The sale of the books was maximum in the
month of

(A) April. (B) May. (C) June. (D) July.
12. The following pictograph shows the number of varieties of apples stored in a supermarket. The variety
having minimum number of apples is

(A) Red Delicious. (B) Golden Delicious. (C) McIntosh. (D) Jonathan

13. The marks obtained by the students of class VI in a test are 88, 74, 86, 87 and 70, then the average of
marks is
(A) 81. (B) 83. (C) 84. (D) 85.

14. On the basis of given information answer the following question :
Final marks of 20 students are as follows:
53, 61, 48, 60, 78, 68, 55, 100, 67, 90, 75, 88, 77, 37, 84, 58, 60, 48, 62, 56
What is the lowest score?
(A) 37 (B) 100 (C) 62 (D) 48

15. Given below are the ages of 25 students of class VIII in a school. Prepare a discrete frequency
distribution. Then the number of students are of age 16 years, is
15, 16, 16, 14, 17, 17, 16, 15, 15, 16, 16, 17, 15, 16, 16, 14, 16, 15, 14, 15, 16, 16, 15, 14, 15
(A) 3. (B) 10. (C) 8. (D) 6.

16. The number of two wheelers owned individually by each of 50 families are listed below. Make a table using
tally marks.
1,1,2,1,1,1,2,1,2,1,0,1,1,2,3,1,2,1,1,2,1,2,3,1,0,2,1,0,2,1,2, 1,2,1,1,4.1,3,1, 1,2,1,1,1,1,2,3,2,1,1
Find the number of families having two or more, two wheelers.

17. The lengths in centimetres (to the nearest centimetre) of 30 carrots are given as follows:
15,22,21,20,22,15,15,20,20,15,20,18,20,22,21, 20,21, 18,21,18,20,18,21,18,22,20,15,21,18,20
Arrange the data given above in a table using tally marks and answer the following questions.
(a) What is the number of carrots which have length more than 20 cm?
(b) Which length of the carrots occur maximum number of times? Minimum number of times?

18. The following pictograph represents the number of cycles produced in a factory during 2004 – 2008. Read the
pictograph to answer the questions given below.

Number of Cycles :

Scale: 1 = 2000 cycles

2004–

2005–

2006–

2007–
2008–

(a) How many cycles were produced in 2007?

(b) How many cycles were produced in 2005?

(c) In which year was the production of cycles the largest ?

19. Draw the bar graph of the following data.
Pupils Weight(inkg)
Anil 35
Arun 29
Sudhir 38
Naresh 32
Pr em 22
Bobby 25

20. Draw the bar graph of the following data.

Players Runs Scored
Sachin Tendulkar 120
Saurav Ganguly 85
Rahul Dravid 60
Verender Sehwag 82
Yuvraj 47
Mohd. Kaif 58