Students can practice TS 6th Class Maths Solutions Chapter 2 Whole Numbers Ex 2.1 to get the best methods of solving problems.

## TS 6th Class Maths Solutions Chapter 2 Whole Numbers Exercise 2.1

Question 1.

Which of the statements are true (T) and which are false (F). Correct the false statements.

(i) There is a natural number that has no predecessor.

Answer:

True (T)

(ii) Zero is the smallest whole number.

Answer:

True (T)

(iii) All whole numbers are natural numbers.

Answer:

False(F)

(iv) A whole number that lies on the number line lies to the right side of another number is the greater number.

Answer:

True (T)

(v) A whole number on the left, of another number on the number line, is greater.

Answer:

False (F)

Correct form : A whole number on the left of another number on the number line is smaller.

(vi) We can’t show the smallest whole number on the number line.

Answer:

False (F)

Correct form : We can show the smallest whole number on the number line.

(vii) We can show the greatest whole number on the number line.

Answer:

False (F)

Correct form : We can’t show the greatest whole number on the number line.

Question 2.

How many whole numbers are there between 27 and 46?

Answer:

There are 18 whole numbers between 27 and 46.

Question 3.

Find the following using number line.

(i) 6 + 7 + 7

Answer:

(ii) 18 – 9

Answer:

(iii) 5 × 3

Answer:

Start from 0, move 5 units to the right each time, making 3 such moves. We will reach 15. So, 5 × 3 = 15

Question 4.

In each pair, state which whole number on the number line is on the right of the other number.

(i) 895 ; 239

(ii) 1001 ; 10001

(iii) 10015678 ; 284013

Answer:

(i) 895 is on the right of 239. .

(ii) 10001 is on the right of 1001.

(iii) 10015678 is on the right of 284013.

Question 5.

Mark the smallest whole number on the number line.

Answer:

Question 6.

Choose the appropriate symbol from < or >

(i) 8 ……… 7

(ii) 5 ……… 2

(iii) 0 ………. 1

(iv) 10 ………. 5

Answer:

(i) 8 > 7

(ii) 5 > 2

(iii) 0 < 1

(iv) 10 > 5

Question 7.

Place the successor of 11 and predecessor of 5 on the number line.

Answer:

Successor (that comes next) of 11 is 12.

Predecessor (that comes before) of 5 is 4.