NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 1

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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 1 Knowing Our Numbers is prepared by well-experienced Maths teachers for the sake of 6th-grade students. It explains every concept of all chapters with plenty of solid questions and with a clarified explanation. It helps the students to understand slowly and to get practice well to become perfect and again a good score in their examination. Download Vedantu NCERT Book Solutions to get a better understanding of all the exercises questions. You can also register Online for NCERT Solutions Class 6 Science tuition on Vedantu.com to score more marks in your examination.

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2. To Stitch a Shirt, 2 m 15 cm Cloth is Needed. Out of 40 m Cloth, How many Shirts can be Stitched, and How much Cloth will Remain?


Cloth needed to stitch a single shirt  = 2m 15cm

= 200 cms + 15 cms

= 215 cm

Total cloth = 40 m

                    = 4000 cms

Number of shirts can be stitched with 4000 cm = 4000/ 215 cms

      = 215*18 = 3870

      = 18 shirts.

Remaining cloth = 4000 - 3870 = 130 cms.

So 18 shirts can be stitched with 40 m of cloth with 130 cm cloth will remain.