**Frank Learning Maths Class 5 Chapter 1 Number and Numeration Exercise 1.6 Solutions**

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**Chapter 1 – Number and Numeration**

**Number and Numeration – Exercise 1.6 all Questions Solution**

**(1) Round off the following numbers to the nearest hundreds.**

**Solution :**

**(a)** Given number, 264

∴ The nearest hundred of 264 is 300

**(b)** Given number, 450

∴ The nearest hundred of 450 is 500

**(c)** Given number, 585

∴ The nearest hundred of 585 is 600

**(d)** Given number, 942

∴ The nearest hundred of 942 is 900

**(e)** Given number, 1535

∴ The nearest hundred of 1535 is 1500

**(f)** Given number, 1750

∴ The nearest hundred of 1750 is 1800/1700

**(g)** Given number, 3412

∴ The nearest hundred of 3412 is 3400

**(h)** Given number, 4582

∴ The nearest hundred of 4582 is 4600

**(2) Round off the following numbers to the nearest thousands.**

**Solution :**

**(a)** Given number, 1200

∴ The nearest thousand of 1200 is 1000

**(b)** Given number, 6503

∴ The nearest thousand of 6503 is 6000

**(c)** Given number, 4895

∴ The nearest thousand of 4895 is 5000

**(d)** Given number, 7499

∴ The nearest thousand of 7499 is 7000

**(e)** Given number, 11689

∴ The nearest thousand of 11689 is 12000

**(f)** Given number, 24164

∴ The nearest thousand of 24164 is 24000

**(g)** Given number, 38429

∴ The nearest thousand of 38429 is 38,000

**(h)** Given number, 38500

∴ The nearest thousand of 38500 is 39,000

**(3) Round off following numbers to the nearest ten thousands **

**Solution :**

**(a) **Given number, 14388

14388 = 10,000

∴ 14388 to the nearest ten thousand is = 10,000

**(b) **Given number, 45000

45000 = 50,000

∴ 45000 to the nearest ten thousand is = 50,000

**(c) **Given number, 55945

55945 = 60,000

∴ 55945 to the nearest ten thousand is = 60,000

**(d) **Given number, 73248

73248 = 70,000

∴ 73248 to the nearest ten thousand is = 70,000

**(e) **Given number, 224680

224680 = 22,0000

∴ 224680 to the nearest ten thousand is = 22,0000

**(f) **Given number, 650021

650021** = **6,50,000

∴ 650021 to the nearest ten thousand is = 6,50,000

**(g)** Given number, 771436

771436 = 7,70,000

∴ 771436 to the nearest ten thousand is = 7,70,000

**(h) **Given number, 927014

927014 = 9,30,000

∴ 927014 to the nearest ten thousand is = 9,30,000

**Question number – (4)**

**Solution :**

Here, Only **735** cannot be hundred off to 800.

So, correct option is **(d)** 735

**Question number – (5)**

**Solution :**

Here, only **5620** is rounded to 6000.

So, option **(c)** 5620 is the correct answer.

**Question number – (6)**

**Solution :**

Here, 84321 cannot be rounded off to ten thousands as 90,000.

So, correct option is – **(a)** 84321

**(8) Rewrite the following statements by rounding off the figure as directed.**

**Solution :**

**(a)** Given, cost of bicycle is = ₹1872.

∴ ₹1872 to the nearest hundred is = ₹**1900**

**(b)** Given, number of people living in a colony is = 4743.

∴ 4743 to the nearest thousand is = **5000**

**(c)** Given, cost of a motorcycle is = ₹28,485.

∴ ₹28,485 to the nearest thousand is = **₹28,000**

**(d)** Given, number of cars in a city is 248960.

248960 to the nearest ten thousand is = **2,50,000**