# Class 6

## Madhuban Dreamcatcher An English Readers for Class 6 solution chapter 19 The Merchant of Venice in hindi

Antonio was a rich and prosperous merchant of Venice . His ships were on nearly every sea , and he traded with Portugal , with Mexico , with England and with India . Although proud of his riches , he was very generous with them , and delighted to use them in relieving the wants …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 24 exercise 24 C

EXERCISE 24 C 1.Find the area of the following graphical figures (i) fig (ii) (iii) 2. Find the area of a rectangle whose (i) Length = 18 cm and breadth = 13 cm (ii) Length = 12 cm and breadth = 7.5 cm (iii) Length \$=3\dfrac{1}{4}~m\$ and breadth \$=1\dfrac{1}{2}~m\$ (iv) Length = 5 m 60 …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 24 exercise 24 B

EXERCISE 24 B 1. An equilateral triangle with one side measuring (i) 9 cm (ii) 30 cm (iii) 45 mm (iv) 100 mm 2. A regular hexagon with one side measuring  (i) 15 cm (ii) 55 mm (iii) 80 mm (iv) 0.7 m 3. Find the length of one side of a regular hexagon, if …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 24 exercise 24 A

EXERCISE 24 A 1. Find the perimeter of a square whose one side is of length (i) 6 cm (ii) 16 mm (iii) 1.8 m (iv) 2.7 m (v) 14 cm 2. Find the perimeter of a rectangle whose length and breadth are  (i) 8 cm , 5 cm (ii) 20 cm , 25 cm …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 25 exercise 25 C

EXERCISE 25 C 1. Convert: (i) 7 cm3 to mm3 (ii) 60000 mm3 to cm3 (iii) 0.0086 m3 to cm3 (iv) 5000 cm3 to m3 2. Express in cm3: (i) 36 litre (ii) 0.73 litre (iii) 0.0068 litre 3. Express in litres : (i) 8000 cm (ii) 2000 cm3 (iii) 3500 cm3 4. Express in …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 25 exercise 25 B

EXERCISE 25 B 1.Work out the volume of each cuboid. (i) fig (ii) fig (iii) fig 2. Complete the following table. (Measurements are in cm) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Length 4 2 7 ? 16 ? Breadth 3 6 3 9 ? 28 Height 5 8 4 12 18 24 Volume ? ? …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 25 exercise 25 A

EXERCISE 25 A 1. Find the surface area of each of the cuboids whose dimensions are given below (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) l 9 cm 5 cm 12 cm  5 cm  \$5\dfrac{1}{2}\$ b 4 cm 5 cm 10 cm  1.5 cm  4cm h 3 cm 10 cm 4 cm 2.4 cm \$10\dfrac{1}{2}\$   2. …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 15 मातुलचन्द्र in hindi class 6

मातुलचन्द्र पाठ का परिचय (Introduction of the Lesson) प्रस्तुत पाठ एक बालगीत है। एक बालक विस्तृत नील गगन में चंदा मामा की ओर आकर्षित हो अनुरोध करता है कि चंदा मामा आएँ उस पर स्नेह बरसाएँ, उसे गीत सुनाएँ। चंदा मामा कहाँ से आते हैं, कहाँ जाते हैं-यह बात भी उसे अचंभे में डालती है। …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 14 अहह आः च in hindi class 6

अहह आः च पाठ का परिचय (Introduction of Lesson) प्रस्तुत पाठ में एक कथा है। इसमें यह बताया गया है कि एक सरल स्वभाव वाला परिश्रमी कर्मचारी एक वृद्धा के द्वारा दिए हुए विचित्र उपाय से अपने चतुर मालिक की अद्भुत शर्त पूरी कर उससे अवकाश और वेतन का पूरा पैसा पाने में सफल हो …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 13 विमानयानं रचयाम् in hindi class 6

विमानयानं रचयाम् राघव! माधव! सीते! ललिते! विमानयानं रचयाम । नीले गगने विपुले विमले वायुविहारं करवाम ||1|| उन्नतवृक्षं  तुङ्गं भवन क्रान्त्वाकाशं खलु याम । कृत्वा  हिमवन्तं सोंपानं चन्दिरलोकं प्रविशाम ||2|| शुक्रश्चन्द्र: सूर्यो गुरुरिति ग्रहान्‌ हि सर्वान्‌ गणयाम ।। विविधा: सुन्दरताराश्चित्वा मौक्तिकहारं रचयांम ||3|| अम्बुदमालाम्‌ अम्बरभूषाम्‌ आदायैव हि प्रतियाम । दु:खित-पीडित-कृषिकजनानां गृहेषु हर्ष जनयाम ||4||

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 12 दशमः त्वम् असि in hindi class 6

दशमः त्वम् असि पाठ परिचय (Introduction of Lesson) इस पाठ संख्यावाच्री (पुल्लिग) पदों से परिचय कराया गया है। पाठ में कत्वा प्रत्ययान्त पदों का प्रयोग भी है। यथा- दृष्टूबा – देखकर, श्रुत्वा – सुनकर आदि। दस बालक स्नान के लिए नदी पर जाते हैं; स्नान के पश्चात्‌ एक बालक गणना करता है किंतु स्वयं को …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 11 पुष्पोत्सवः in hindi class 6

पुष्पोत्सवः पाठ परिचय (Introduction of Lesson) इस पाठ में पुष्पों के उत्सव “फूल वालों को सैर” का वर्णन आया है। यह उत्सव दिल्ली में अक्टूबरके महीने में मनाया जाता है। पुष्यों से बने पंखे इस उत्सव का मुख्य आकर्षण हैं। यह उत्सव गत दो सौ वर्ष से चलता आ रहा है। इस पाठ में स्प्तमी …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 10 कृषिका कर्मवीराः in hindi class 6

कृषिका कर्मवीराः पाठ परिचय (Introduction of Lesson) इस पाठ में हमारे अन्नदाता किसानों की कर्मठता और उनके संघर्षमय जीवन के विषय में बताया गया है। सर्दी गर्मी के कष्टों को सहन करते हुए वे हम सब के लिए अन्न का उत्पादन करते हैं। अत्यधिक परिश्रम करने के उपरांत भी उन्हें निर्धनता का जीवन व्यतीत करना …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 9 क्रीडास्पर्धा in hindi class 6

क्रीडास्पर्धा हुमा – यूयं कुत्र गच्छथ? इन्दर: – वयं विद्यालयं गच्छाम:। फेकन: – तत्र क्रीडास्पर्धा: सन्ति। वयं खेलिष्याम:। रामचरण: – किं स्पर्धा: केवलं बालकेभ्य: एवं सन्ति? प्रसन्‍ना – नहि, बालिका: अपि खेलिष्यन्ति। रामचरण: – कि यूयं सर्वे एकस्मिन्‌ दले स्थ? अथवा पृथक्‌-पृथक्‌ दले? प्रसन्‍ना – तत्र बालिका: बालका: च मिलित्वा खेलिष्यन्ति। फेकन: – आम्‌, बेडमिंटन-क्रीडायां …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 8 सूक्तिस्तबकः in hindi class 6

सूक्तिस्तबकः  पाठ परिचय (Introduction of Lesson) इस पाठ में संस्कृत साहित्य की कुछ सूक्तियों का संकलन है। ‘सूक्ति’ शब्द ‘ सु उपसर्ग तथा ‘उक्ति’ शब्द से बना है। सु + उक्ति – ‘सूक्ति’ का अर्थ है-अच्छा वचन। अत्यल्प शब्दों में जीवन के बहुमूल्य तथ्यों को सुंदर ढंग से कहने के लिए संस्कृत साहित्य की सूक्तियाँ …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 7 बकस्य प्रतीकारः in hindi class 6

बकस्य प्रतीकारः पाठ का परिचय (Introduction of the lesson) इस पाठ में अव्यय पदों का प्रयोग आया है। अव्यय वे होते हैं जिनमें लिंग, पुरुष, वचन, काल आदि के कारण कोई रूपांतर नहीं आता। वे अपने मूल रूप में प्रयुक्त होते हैं। यथा- (i) सः अपि गच्छति। (ii) अहम्‌ अपि गमिष्यामि। (iii) ते अपि गमिष्यन्ति। …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 6 समुद्रतट in hindi class 6

समुद्रतट पाठ परिचय (Introduction of the lesson) इस पाठ म॑ तृताया तथा चतुर्थी विभकति के शब्द रूप का प्रयोग आया हैं। सरल शब्दों में “के द्वारा’ ‘से’ (with , by) के अर्थ में तृतीया विभक्ति पद तथा ‘के लिए! (for) के अर्थ में चतुर्थी विभकति पद का प्रयोग किया जाता है। यथा- (i) “कन्दुकेन’-गेंद से …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 5 वृक्षः in hindi class 6

वृक्षः पाठ परिचय (Introduction of Lesson) इस पाठ में अकारान्त शब्द के प्रथमा तथा द्वितीया विभक्ति के रूप का प्रयोग आया है। प्रथमा विभक्ति का शब्द रूप कर्तापद के लिए और द्वितीया विभक्ति का रूप कर्मपद्‌ के लिए प्रयोग में लाया जाता है। यथा- (i) ‘बालका: खेलन्ति’ वाक्य में ‘बालका:’ कर्तापद (subject) होने के कारण …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 4 विद्यालयः in hindi class 6

विद्यालयः (क) एष: विद्यालय :। अन्न छात्रा: शिक्षका:, शिक्षिका: च सन्ति।   सरलार्थ- यह विद्यालय है । यहाँ बच्चे , अध्यापक और अध्यापिकाएँ हैं ।   (ख) एपषा सङ्गणकयन्त्र-प्रयोगशाला अस्ति। एतानि सङ्गणकयमन्त्राणि सन्ति। एतत्‌ अस्माकं विद्यालयस्य उद्यानम्‌ अस्ति। उद्याने पुष्पाणि सन्ति। वयम्‌ अत्र क्रोडाम: पठाम: च।   सरलार्थ- यह कम्पयूचर – प्रयोगशाला हैं । ये …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 3 शब्दपरिचयः 3 in hindi class 6

शब्दपरिचयः III (क) एतत्‌ किम्‌ ? एतत्‌ खनित्रम्‌ अस्ति? श्रमिका खनित्रं चालयति।   सरलार्थ – यह क्या हैं ? यह कुदाल हैं । मजदूरनी कुदाल चलाती हैं ।   (ख) तत्‌ किम्‌? तत्‌ विश्रामगृहम्‌ अस्ति। किम्‌ अत्र भित्तिकम्‌ अस्ति? अत्र भित्तिकं न अस्ति।   सरलार्थ – वह क्या हैं ? वह विश्रामालय (विश्राम + आलय) …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 2 शब्दपरिचयः 2 in hindi class 6

शब्दपरिचयः II (क) एषा का? एषा दोला। दोला कुत्र अस्ति? दोला उपवने अस्ति। सरलार्थ- यह क्या है ? यह झूला है । झूला कहाँ है ? झूला बगीचे में हैं ।   (ख) सा का? सा घटिका। घटिका कि सूचयति? घटिका समय सूचयति। सरलार्थ-  वह क्या है ? वह घड़ी है । घड़ी क्या सूचित …

## Sanskrit translation of chapter 1 शब्दपरिचयः 1 in hindi class 6

शब्दपरिचयः I (क) एष: कः? एष: चषक:। किम्‌ एष: बृहत्‌? ने, एषः लघुः। सरलार्थ- यह कौन (क्या , पंल्लिङ्ग के लिए) है ? यह गिलास है । क्या यह बड़ा है ? नहीं , यह छोटा है । (ख) सः क:? स: सौचिक :। सौचिक : कि करोति? किं स: खेलति? न, सः वस्त्रं सीव्यति। …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 5 exercise 5 A

EXERCISE 5 A 1 Write a fraction that represents the shaded part of the figures below . (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) 2. Write the fraction which represents the unshaded portion in each of the figures in Q. 1 above. 3. Write the equivalent fractions represented by each picture (i) (ii) 4.Find three equivalent fractions for …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 4 exercise 4 E

EXERCISE 4 E 1. What is the cardinal number if the following sets ? (i) The set of hours in a day (ii) The set of prime numbers less than 10 (iii) The set of inventions: telephone , pendulum , wheel and computer (iv) The set of scientists : Raman , Bhabha and Einstein (v) …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 4 exercise 4 D

EXRECISE 4 D 1. State which of the following sets are finite and which are infinite (i) {Number of people in india} (ii) {Multiples of 7} (iii) {0 , 1 , 2 , 3 …..} (iv) {x | x is a multiple of 2 less than 48} (v) The set of teachers in your school …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 4 exercise 4 C

EXERCISE 4 C 1. Specify each of the following sets in the Roster form . (i) The set of odd numbers less than 15 . (ii) The set if letters in the word ‘SATELLITE’ (iii) The set of last three months of the year (iv) The set of letters in the word ‘PENCIL’ (v) The …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 4 exercise 4 B

EXERCISE 4 B 1.Write ‘T’ for true or ‘F’ for false for the following statements. (i) b \belong {a , e , i , o ,u} (ii) 6 \belong the set of even numbers (iii) 13 \belong the set of odd numbers (iv) Gold \belong {Silver , Platinum , Gold} (v) Geetanjali \belong set of …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 4 exercise 4 A

EXERCISE 4 A Which of the following collections are sets? It not a set. give reasons. 1. Planets in our solar system 2. Interesting books in the library 3. Colours of a rainbow 4. All diff‌icult problems in your Maths book 5. Top five wicket takers in Test Cricket 6. Intelligent boys of your class …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 3 exercise 3 F

EXERCISE 3 F Simplify: 1. (4*-6)\div (-2) 2. 37 – (27 \div -9) 3. (-45 \div -3) + (-8) 4. [-22 \div (-8)] \div 6 5. 4-{7+(-8) \div 4} 6. 73 – {(24-20)*15} 7. (27-9)*{(-18) \div (4 \div 5)} 8. {4 + (4*5) \div (-2)-6} \div (-6) 9. 5-[3-{(24-20)*15}] 10. 73 of [85-{6*7+(23-4 of (-5))}] …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 3 exercise 3 E

EXERCISE 3 E 1.Find the quotient (i) -8\div 4 (ii) 12\div (-3) (iii) -20 \div (-4) (iv) 42 \div -6 (v) -45 \div 9 (vi) -72 \div -8 (vii) 0\div(-8) (viii) -54\div(-6) (ix) 16 \div (-8) (x) -117 \div (-9) (xi) -23\div(-1) (xii) -68\div(-17) 2.Write ‘T’ for True or ‘F’ for False for the following …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 3 exercise 3 D

EXERCISE 3 D 1.Copy and complete. (i) (ii) (iii) 2.Find the following products. (i) 8*3 (ii) -8*3 (iii) 8*-3 (iv) -8*-3 (v) -6*6 (vi) 0*-28 (vii) -25*-6 (viii) -25*-25 (ix) -745*-12 (x) 600*-17 3.Simplify : (i) -5*-3*1 (ii) -4*-5*-1 (iii) -16*-9*-383*0 (iv) -15*-5*-6 (v) -18*-14*-12 (vi) -8*27*-9*0 4.What will be the sign of the product, …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 3 exercise 3 C

EXERCISE 3 C 1. Fill in the blanks. (i) (+8) – (-3) = (+8) + ___ = ___ (ii) (-9) – (-4) = (-9) + ___ = ___ (iii) (-6) – (+2) = (-6) + ___ = ___ (iv) (+13) – (+15) = (+13) + ___ = ___ 2. Rewrite each sentence as an addition …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 3 exercise 3 B

EXERCISE 3 B 1. Write ‘T’ for True or ‘F’ for False for the following statements. (i) The sum of two negative integers is always a positive integer. (ii) The sum of three different integers can never be zero. (iii) (-5) + (+2) = (+5) + (-8) (iv) When an integer is added to itself, …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 3 exercise 3 A

EXERCISE 3 A 1.Write ‘T’ for True or ‘F’ for False for the following statements. (i) Zero is not an integer as it is neither positive nor negative. (ii) -2 is to the left of —5 on the number line. (iii)All whole number are integers. (iv) Since 12 > 7. therefore -12 > -7 (v) …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 2 exercise 2 D

EXERCISE 2 D QUESTION 1 Fill In the blanks to make each of the following a true statement, using properties of multiplication . Also name the property used in each of them.  (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x)   QUESTION 2 QUESTION 3 QUESTION 4 QUESTION 5 QUESTION 6

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 2 exercise 2 C

EXERCISE 2 C QUESTION 1 Perform the following subtractions and check your result by corresponding addition. (i) 456 – 215 Sol :   (ii) 15795 – 9784 Sol :   (iii) 20000 – 9999 Sol :   QUESTION 2 Complete : (i) 1340 – ___ = 990 Sol :   (ii) 5245 – ___ = …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 2 exercise 2 B

EXERCISE 2 B QUESTION 1

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 2 exercise 2 A

EXERCISE 2 A QUESTION 1 Fill in the blanks. (i) The successor of the smallest whole number is ___ (ii) The predecessor of the smallest natural number is ___ (iii) Every whole number is not a ___ number. (iv) Every whole number on the number line is ___ than every whole number on its left. …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1G

EXERCISE 1 F QUESTION 1 Answer the following by estimating. The headline read ‘A MILLION VOTED TODAY’ Actually 90,018 people voted each hour for 12 hours . Did the newspaper give a sensible account of the number of votes cast in the election . QUESTION 2 Choose the most suitable estimate from the possible answers …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1F

EXERCISE 1 F QUESTION 1 Estimate first, then write the sum or difference. Find the sum to check your work. (i) 51 + 47 Sol :   (ii) 528 + 62 Sol :   (iii) 2314 + 372 Sol :   (iv) 1521 + 6325 Sol :   (v) 43278 + 2902 Sol :   …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1E

EXERCISE 1 E QUESTION 1 Round off the following to the nearest ten. (i) 52 Sol :   (ii) 17 Sol :   (iii) 95 Sol :   (iv) 93 Sol :   (v) 253 Sol :   (vi) 166 Sol :   (vii) 892 Sol :   (viii) 578 Sol :   (ix) 875 …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1D

EXERCISE 1 D QUESTION 1 Find the sum    QUESTION 2 Subtract:   QUESTION 3 Multiply: (i) 28845 by 6502 Sol : (ii) 659675 by 928 Sol :   QUESTION 4 Divide : (i) 13443003 by 567  Sol :   (ii) 23890764 by 1985 Sol :   QUESTION 5 A toy factory produced 1,56,935 toy …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1C

EXERCISE 1 C QUESTION 1 Read the following numbers in the International system of numeration and write in words (i) 53,673 Sol :   (ii) 430,057 Sol :   (iii) 78,823,761 Sol :   (iv) 600,003 Sol :   (v) 1,369,864,005 Sol :   (vi) 80,112,005,459 Sol :   QUESTION 2 Write the numerals for …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1B

EXERCISE 1 B QUESTION 1 Read and write down in words , the following numbers in the Indian system of numeration. (i) 6,80,453 Sol :   (ii) 12,36,748 Sol :   (iii) 8,30,09,007 Sol :   (iv) 10,00,30,004 Sol :   (v) 33,04,05,078 Sol :   QUESTION 2 Write the following in figures . (i) …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 1 exercise 1A

EXERCISE 1 A QUESTION 1 Write the following numbers in words and expanded form (i) 60802 Sol :   (ii) 70045 Sol :   (iii) 32001 Sol :   (iv) 89316 Sol :   QUESTION 2 Write the following numbers in standard form  (i) Sixty thousand nine hundred forty Sol :   (ii) Fifty-eight thousand …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 17 exercise 17C

EXERCISE 17 C Question 1 (i) Using the inner scale of the protector , find the measure of (a) x (b) y (c) z (d) w (e) AOC (f) BOD (g) AOD (h) COE (ii) Using the outer scale of the protector , find the measure of (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) …

## S.chand publication solution of class 6 chapter 17 exercise 17B

Exercise 17 B Question 1 In the given fig. Q1 , which setting will the pointer face after it turns  (i) 45º clockwise from normal ? Sol : A circle consist of total angle of 360º  . Now lets find the angle between two options . And to do so , we take = 45º …

## Chapter DOS (DISK OPERATING SYSTEM)

DOS (DISK OPERATING SYSTEM) DOS is the most popular example of single user operating system. DOS stands for Disk Operating System. Disk operating system is a ready-made program which provide various computer handling facilities through its appropriate commands. BOOTING The loading procedure of operating system into computer’s main memory or RAM to make a user …

## Chapter Software at a glance

SOFTWARE AT A GLANCE As you know, software is a collection of programs and a program is a set of instructions written in a programming language.Using software, user , user interacts with the computer. It controls and governs the operation of a computer system. Software can typically be classified into three categories : 1. System …

## Chapter Secondary memory

SECONDARY MEMORY As you read in previous lesson that computer have Primary memory or internal memory. Now, let us see the secondary memory.Secondary memory is also called External memory of a computer. We use secondary memory devices to store data and information permanently. There are many types of secondary devices available. Some of secondary memory …

## Chapter Primary memory

PRIMARY MEMORY Memory unit of a computer holds (store) all data, instructions and processed data.Memory unit of computer is classified in following two categories: 1. Primary Memory (we study it in this chapter) 2. Secondary Memory (we will study in the next chapter) Primary memory or main memory is known as computer’s own memory or …

## Chapter Output devices

OUTPUT DEVICES The main function of an output device id to convert the binary information inside computer in numbers and words so as to be easily understood by the user.Whatever we input the data, it is processed and comes in front of us in special format which is called output.To showing this output there are …

## Chapter Input devices

INPUT DEVICES   Input devices is a device through which we feed data into the computer.When data are entered in the form of digits, alphabets and other special character, input devices converts it into their respective codes to be used by computer.There are many input devices which can be used for inputing data with different …

## Chapter Computer and its components

COMPUTERS AND ITS COMPONENTS   COMPUTER-MORE THAN A CALCULATING DEVICE Computer is not mere a calculating device.It is a machine that can perform both arithmetic and non-arithmetic operations like copy, move select, compare etc.It works on alphabets, represents symbols and ideas as per the requirements of the user. You can say, a computer is a …

## Chapter CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTER

CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTER Computer have become necessary thing of our lives.Computers are being used almost every field.You can see computers everywhere in banks, schools, railways, airports, laboratories , hospitals shops etc. There are some amazing characteristics of computer like its speed, storage, capacity, accuracy.These characteristics have bothered people to shift to computer working from manual …

## Chapter CLASSIFICATION BY SIZE AND PERFORMANCE

CLASSIFICATION BY SIZE AND PERFORMANCE According to the purpose-wise Digital computer can be classified in to two categories: Special purpose computer Special purpose computers is designed in a way that it could perform special task.Programs permanently stored at the time of manufacturing for the particular job in special purpose computer. General purpose computer Such type …

## Chapter CLASSIFICATION OF COMPUTERS BY TYPES

CLASSIFICATION OF COMPUTERS BY TYPES The computer have been classified into three categories according to their types. 1. Analog Computers 2. Digital Computers 3. Hybrid Computers ANALOG COMPUTERS ‘Analog’ is basically a Greek Word, which means ‘similar’.Analog Computer works on the principle of measurement.So,analog computers are based on the similarities between any two quantities.These two …

## chapter HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF COMPUTER

HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF COMPUTER The ascent of computer is very old.It took long duration to mature.Ancient people used stone,bones,beads etc for calculation and to keep record but as a civilization developed, people felt the need for calculating devices.The earliest and the simplest device that was used for calculation was the Abacus. THE ABACUS Abacus was …

## Class 6 s.chand maths number system

NUMBER SYSTEM Exercise 2 (A) 1.Write down the successor of each of the following numbers : (i) 3008 (ii) 501300708 2.Write down the predecessor of each of the following numbers : (i) 84 (ii) 5000 (iii) 3007000 (iv) 506080301 3.How many whole numbers are there between 31 and 517 ? 4.Write the next three consecutive natural numbers : (i) 98 (ii) 835 …

## S.chand books solution class 6

Exercise 1 (A) 1.Which of the following collection are sets ? If not a set , give reasons. (a) Planets in our solar system. (b) Interesting books in the library. (c) Colours of the Rainbow. (d) All difficult problems in your maths book. (e) Top five wicket takers in test cricket. (f) Intelligent boys of …

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