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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is asked in the exercise questions of Class 6 Maths Chapter 1 Knowing Our Numbers Exercise 1.1?

In the first question of the Class 6 Maths textbook Chapter 1 Ex 1.1., students are asked to fill in the blanks based on their knowledge of the number conversion from one Numeration method to another. In the second question, students are asked to write the corresponding numerical value of the numbers written with words along with commas at the right place. The third question is given without comma splicing and students are asked to put commas as per the Indian System of Numeration. As per the fourth questions, students are asked to rewrite the numbers according to their International Numeric System.

2. Where can I find exercise-wise NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Mathematics Chapter 1?

Students can find exercise-wise NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 1 on Vedantu, a premier e-learning solution. These solutions are designed as per the NCERT guidelines and exam pattern. Students can find the free downloadable PDFs of Exercise 1.1 and other exercises of Class 6 Maths Chapter 1. These materials are prepared by subject matter experts at Vedantu and help score well in the paper.

3. What does Chapter 1 Knowing Our Numbers of Class 6 Maths deal with?

Knowing Our Numbers, the first chapter of Class 6 NCERT Mathematics textbook, teaches students how to compare two or more numbers. It also makes students aware of both the system of numeration (Indian and International). It teaches them how to read numbers and use commas as per these systems. Knowing Our Numbers is an interesting chapter that makes students capable of reading and writing large numbers correctly.

4. How to express numbers in the Indian System of Numeration?

As per the Indian System of Numeration, the figures like tens, hundreds, thousands, lakhs and crores are used. Commas are used to mark thousands, lakhs and crores. The first comma is used after hundredâ€™s place, the second comma comes after the fifth digit from right, third comes after the seventh digit and so on. For example- 6, 09, 20, 563 which will be read as Six Crores Nine Lakhs Twenty Thousand Five Hundred and Sixty-three.