## Monday, 16 April 2012

### CBSE Class 6th ( VI) Mathematics Chapter 8. Decimals: Exercise 8.2

1. Complete the table with the help of these boxes and use decimals to write the number.

## Sunday, 15 April 2012

### CBSE Class 6th ( VI) Mathematics Chapter 8. Decimals: Exercise 8.1 Solved

1. Write the following as numbers in the given table.

## Things to remember.....

1.  A fraction is a number representing a part of a whole. The whole may be a single object or a group of objects.
2. When expressing a situation of counting parts to write a fraction, it must be ensured that all parts are equal.
1. In   5/7 ,   5 is called the numerator and 7 is called the denominator.
2. Fractions can be shown on a number line. Every fraction has a point associated with it on the number line.

# Let us Remember..

1. Fractions with same denominators are called like fractions. For example, 1/15, 2/15, 3/15, 8/15 are all like fractions.
2. Fractions with different denominators are called unlike fractions. 11/27 and 9/28 are unlike fractions
3. For given any two fraction the fraction with the same denominator, the fraction with the greater numerator is greater. For example Between 4/5 and 3/5, 4/5 is greater. Between 11/20 and 13/20, 13/20 is greater and so on.

## Tuesday, 3 April 2012

### Remember

1. Every positive integer is larger than every negative integer.
2. Zero is less than every positive integer.
3. Zero is larger than every negative integer.
4. Zero is neither a negative integer nor a positive integer.
5. Farther a number from zero on the right, larger is its value.

## Monday, 2 April 2012

### Remember

1. Every positive integer is larger than every negative integer.
2. Zero is less than every positive integer.
3. Zero is larger than every negative integer.
4. Zero is neither a negative integer nor a positive integer.
5. Farther a number from zero on the right, larger is its value.

### Remember

1. Every positive integer is larger than every negative integer.
2. Zero is less than every positive integer.
3. Zero is larger than every negative integer.
4. Zero is neither a negative integer nor a positive integer.
5. Farther a number from zero on the right, larger is its value.