ICSE /Class 6
Maths MCQ Based On Seeing patterns identifying and formulating rules for operations on numbers
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ICSE Class 6 Maths Seeing patterns identifying and formulating rules for operations on numbers
DCLXXVII = 777 and CCCIX = 309
Smallest 5 digit number = 10,000 and the largest 3 digit number = 999.
divisibility test of 11 is linked with digits at odd and even places
Since we cannot take the digit 0 twice. So, we are going to take the next smallest digit which is 2. So, that we can make the smallest 5-digit number.
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The rule of the pattern is \\(n \\times 30 + n\\), where \\(n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,.....\\)
The pattern can be written as 4, 8, 13, 19
Now, observe the pattern carefully.
We can use the largest digit out of all the digits twice so that we can form the largest 6-digit number.
If the number is divisible by 2, the Unit's digit must be a multiple of 2.
Largest 3 digit number = 999 and the smallest 2 digit number = 10
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