Class 6 Math Whole Numbers English Medium Video Lecture Duration 31 Minutes

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CBSE 6 Maths Whole Numbers Ep 01

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Whole Numbers (Class 6, Maths, CBSE, NCERT)

In the session, we discuss Whole Numbers and their properties: Closure property, Associativity, Commutativity, Distributivity of multiplication over addition. We also discuss the concept of Identity for addition and multiplication for whole numbers. The reference book is NCERT.

CBSE CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS CHAPTER-2 WHOLE NUMBERS LECTURE-1 (EX-2.1)

CBSE CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS CHAPTER-2 WHOLE NUMBERS LECTURE-3 (EX-2.3)

Q 1 – Ex 2.2 – Whole Numbers – Chapter 2 – Class 6th NCERT Maths

CBSE CLASS 6 MATHEMATICS CHAPTER-2 WHOLE NUMBERS LECTURE-2 (EX-2.2)

Exercise 2.2 (Whole Numbers) Question 2 NCERT/CBSE Solutions for Class 6th Maths

Whole Numbers 2.3

Full exercise on Whole Numbers, fully solved. This is a video tutorial for 6th class NCERT students. For other educational stuff, subscribe and press bell icon. 1. Which of the following will not represent zero: (a) 1 + 0 (b) 0 × 0 2. If the product of two whole numbers is zero, can we

Whole Numbers 2.1

Full exercise on Whole Numbers, fully solved. This is a video tutorial for 6th class NCERT students. For other educational stuff, subscribe and press bell icon. 1. Write the next three natural numbers after 10999. 2. Write the three whole numbers occurring just before 10001. 3. Which is the smallest whole number? 4. How many