# NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 1

## NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 1 - Knowing Our Numbers

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Q 1: How does Bodmas rule work?

Ans: It explains the order of operations to solve an expression. According to Bodmas rule, if an expression consists of brackets ((), {}, []) we must first solve or simplify the bracket followed by of (powers and roots etc.), then division, multiplication, addition and subtraction from left to right.

The order of operations is as follows: 1) simplify terms inside parentheses or brackets, 2) simplify exponents and roots, 3) perform multiplication and division, 4) perform addition and subtraction. Division and multiplications are both given equal priority, as are addition and subtraction. Solving the given solution in the wrong method or order shall result in the wrong answer ultimately.

Q 2: What will I learn in this chapter?

Ans: You will be learning various interesting concepts in this chapter of Knowing our numbers. A number is always a mathematical value which is used for counting and measuring various objects. With the help of these numbers, we could do easy calculations such as adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying.

Concepts that includes in this chapter are an introduction to numbers, comparing numbers, ascending and descending order and shifting digits, shifting digits, place value, large numbers and estimates, introducing large numbers, estimation, estimating sum or difference, estimating products of numbers, BODMAS, using brackets and Roman numerals.

Q 3: How many numbers can be formed using a certain number of digits?

Ans:

If a specific number of figures are provided, we can make complex numbers having the related number of digits by interchanging positions of those digits.

Example: Consider 4 digits: 2, 0, 8, 5. Using these four digits,

(i) Largest number possible = 8520

(ii) Smallest number possible = 2058 (Since 4 digit number cannot have 0 as the leftmost number, as the number then will become a 3 digit number).

Q 4: How do Vedantu’s explications of concepts help us in scoring good marks?

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