**Balbharati Solutions Class 6 Mathematics Equations**

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**Equations all Question Solutions :**

**Practice Set 26 : **

**Question no – (1) **

**Solution : **

**(1) 16 ÷ 2**

= 16 ÷ 2

= 16 – 8

**(2) 5 × 2**

= 5 × 2

= 12 -2

**(3) 8 × 3**

= 8 × 3

= 20 +4

**(4) 19 – 10**

= 19 – 10

= 3 × 3

**(5) 9 + 4**

= 9 + 4

= 15 -2

**(6) 10 – 2**

= 10 – 2

= 20 – 12

**(7) 72 ÷ 3**

= 72 ÷ 3

= 12 × 2

**(8) 37 – 2**

= 37 – 2

= 7 × 5

**(9) 4 + 5**

= 4 + 5

= 10 – 1

**(10) 6 + 7**

= 6 + 7

= 10 + 3

**Practice Set 26 : **

**Question no – (1) **

**Solution : **

**(1)** The sun of a certain number and 3

= Let a be a certain number.

= Therefore, a + 3

**(2)** The difference obtained by subtracting 11 from another number

= Let another number is b.

= Thus, b – 11

**(3)** The product of 15 and another number

= Let another number is c.

= Thus, 15 × c

**(4)** Four times a number is 24

= Let a number is d.

= Thus, 4 × d = 24

**Question no – (2) **

**Solution : **

**(1) x + 9 = 11**

Given, x + 9 = 11

Thus, x + 9 – 9 = 11 – 9

x = 2

Therefore, the operation is subtracted 9 from both sides.

**(2) x – 4 = 9**

x – 4 = 9

Thus, x – 4 + 4 = 9 + 4

x = 13

Therefore, the operation is adding 4 from both sides.

**(3) 8x = 24**

8x = 24

Thus, 8x/8 = 24 /8

x = 3

Therefore, the operation is dividing 8 from both sides.

**(4) x/6 = 3**

x/6 = 3

Thus, x/6 * 6 = 3*6

x = 18

Therefore, the operation is multiplying 6 on both sides.

**Question no – (4) **

**Solution : **

**(1) y – 5 = 1**

Adding 5 on both sides,

We get, y – 5 +5 = 1 + 5

Therefore, y = 6

**(2) 8 = t + 5**

Subtracting 5 from both sides,

We get, 8 – 5 = t + 5 – 5

= 3 = t

= t = 3

**(4) 19 = m – 4**

Adding both sides by 4,

We get, 19 + 4 = m – 4 + 4

Therefore, 23 = m

**(5) P/4 = 9**

Multiplying 4 on both sides,

We get, 4 × P/4 = 4 × 9

Therefore, p = 3

**(6) x + 10 = 5**

Subtracting 10 from both sides

We get, x + 10 – 10 = 5 – 10

Therefore, x = -5

**(7) m – 5 = – 12**

Adding 5 on both sides,

We get, m – 5 + 5 = – 12 + 5

Therefore, m = -7

**(8) p + 4 = – 1**

Subtracting both sides by 4,

We get, p + 4 – 4 = -1 – 4

Therefore, p = – 5

**Question no – (5) **

**Solution : **

**(1)** Supposed, Haraba owns x sheep.

After he selling 34 of them in the market, he still has 176 sheep.

Thus, x – 34 = 176

Now, adding both side by 34 ,

We get, x – 34 + 34 = 176 + 34

Therefore, x = 210

Hence, 210 sheep did Haraba have at first.

**(2) **Let Sakshi made x jam bottles

Thus, x – 7 = 12

x – 7 + 7 = 12 + 7 ….. ( Since, adding both sides by 7)

We get, x = 19

Since, for 1 bottle = 250 g jam

Thus, for 19 bottle,

= 19 × 250

= 4750 gm of jam

Hence, Sakshi made 19 bottles and it’s weight is 4750 gm.

**(3)** Let x kilograms of wheat bought Archana.

Since, She requires 12 kg per month.

Thus, For 3 month = 3 * 12 = 36 kg.

Also, She got enough wheat milled for 3 months. After that, she had 14 kg left.

Therefore, x – 36 = 14

Adding both sides by 36 ,

We get x – 36 + 36

= 14 + 36

= x = 50

Therefore, Archana bought 50 kg wheat altogether.

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