**Rd Sharma Solutions Class 6 Chapter 3 Whole Numbers**

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**Whole Numbers Exercise 3.1 Solution**

**Question no – (1)**

**Solution :**

The smallest natural number is 1.

**Question no – (2)**

**Solution :**

The smallest whole number is 0

**Question no – (3)**

**Solution :**

The largest natural number does not exist.

**Question no – (4)**

**Solution :**

The largest whole number does not exist.

**Question no – (5)**

**Solution :**

Yes, all natural numbers are also whole numbers.

**Question no – (6)**

**Solution :**

No, all whole numbers are not natural numbers.

**Question no – (7)**

**Solution :**

**(i) Given number, 1000909**

**∴** Successor of the number is,

= 1000909 + 1

= 1000910

Therefore, 1000910 is successor.

**(ii) Given number, 2340900**

**∴** Successor of the number is,

= 2340900 + 1

= 2340901

Therefore, 2340901 is the successor.

**(iii) Given number, 7039999**

**∴** Successor of the number is,

= 7039999 + 1

= 7040000

Therefore, 7040000 is the successor.

**Question no – (8)**

**Solution :**

**(i) Given number, 10000**

**∴** The predecessor of the number is,

= (10000 – 1)

= 9999

Therefore, 9999 is the predecessor.

**(ii) Given number, 807000**

**∴** The predecessor of the number is,

= (807000 – 1)

= 806999

Therefore, 806999 is the predecessor.

**(iii) Given number, 7005000**

**∴** The predecessor of the number is,

= (7005000 – 1)

= 7004999

Therefore, 7004999 is the predecessor.

**Question no – (9)**

**Solution :**

Given numbers are,

= 2, 0, 3, 5, 7, 11, 15

∴ Now in the number line,

**Question no – (10)**

**Solution :**

The whole numbers between 21 and 61 are 39.

**Question no – (11)**

**Solution :**

**(i)** 25 **<** 205

**(ii)** 170 **>** 107

**(iii)** 415 **<** 514

**(iv)** 10001 **<** 100001

**(v)** 2300014 **<** 2300041

**Question no – (12)**

**Solution :**

Given numbers,

925, 786, 1100, 141, 325, 886, 0, 270

In descending order,

1100 > 925 > 886 > 786 > 325 > 270 > 141 > 0

**Question no – (13)**

**Solution :**

We know,

The largest number of 6 digit is 999999

The smallest no of 7 digits is 1000000.

And by,

(1000000 – 999999)

= 1

Therefore, 1000000 is the larger one by 1.

**Question no – (14)**

**Solution :**

The three consecutive whole numbers just proceeding 851001 are 8510000, 8509999, 850998.

**Question no – (15)**

**Solution :**

**(i)** 4009998 + 1

= 4009999,

**(ii)** 4009999 + 1

= 401000,

**(iii)** 401000 + 1

= 401001

So, next there consecutive whole numbers starting from 4009998 are 4009999, 401000, 401001.

**Question no – (16)**

**Solution :**

Every natural number has its successor.

**Question no – (17)**

**Solution :**

**(i)** Given statement is **True.**

**(ii)** Given statement is **False.**

**(iii)** Given statement is **False.**

**(iv)** Given statement is **False.**

**Reason** : Because 0 is the smallest whole number.

**(v)** Given statement is **True.**

**(vi)** Given statement is **False.**

**(vii)** Given statement is **True.**

**(viii)** Given statement is **True.**

**(ix)** Given statement is **True.**

**(x)** Given statement is **False.**

**(xi)** Given statement is **False.**

**(xii)** Given statement is **True.**

**(xiii)** Given statement is **True.**

**(xiv)** Given statement is **True.**

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