# NCERT Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers MCQ | Questions & Answers

NCERT Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers MCQ | Questions & Answers: Solve the Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers MCQ Quiz that we have enclosed here to know where you stand with regard to the knowledge of NCERT Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers topic. At last, know the marks you have scored after you took your NCERT Class 6 Maths Chapter 2 Whole Numbers Quiz.

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1. The whole number which does not have a predecessor in whole number system is

2. The difference between the successor of a number and the number it self is

3. The successor of 99 is

4. The predecessor of the smallest 4- digit number is

5. The difference between the predecessor of a number and the number it self is

6. The predecessor of 100 is

7. The predecessor of 1 million is

8. The difference between the successor and the predecessor of a number is

9. The successor of 27 is

10. The product of the predecessor and the successor of the greatest 2- digit number is

11. To find the predecessor of a number, we have to subtract from the number itself.

12. The predecessor of 36 is

13. The sum of the successor of the greatest 3- digit number and the predecessor of the smallest 3- digit number is

14. To find the successor of a number, we have to add the number itself.

15. The natural number that has no predecessor is

16. The number of whole numbers between 22 and 54 is

17. 12345 × 15 – 2469 × 25 =

18. The difference between the successor of a number and the number it self is

19. The number of whole numbers between the smallest whole number and the greatest 2- digit number is

20. 92785 × 98 + 92785 × 2 =

21. The difference between the predecessor of a number and the number it self is

22. If a is whole number such that a+a=a, then a is equal to

23. Write the smallest 3-digit number which will not change on reversing the digits.

24. The difference between the successor and the predecessor of a number is

25. The value of (93×63+93×37) is

26. The difference of smallest 3-digit number and its predecessor is

27. To find the predecessor of a number, we have to subtract from the number itself.