## Joyful Mathematics Class 1 Solutions Chapter 13 So Many Toys

### Class 1 Maths Chapter 13 So Many Toys Solutions

**So Many Toys Class 1 Solutions**

NCERT Textbook Page 120

Look at the picture and find the number of different toys.

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NCERT Textbook Page 120

Complete the following sentences by using more than/less than/equal to.

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Colourful Flowers (NCERT Textbook Page 121)

Name the colour of the flowers which you see mostly in a garden.

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Do it yourself.

Look at the picture of colourful flowers and write the number of flowers.

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A. Name the colour of flowers which are least in number.

___________________________

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Orange

B. Name the colour of the flowers which are most in number.

___________________________

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Red

True or False

A. Number of red flowers is more than the blue flowers .

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True

B. Number of orange flowers is less than the purple flowers .

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True

Puzzles (NCERT Textbook Page 122 – 128)

A. Kopal arranged number cards in the below image and Anaya hide them with bowls as shown. Can you recognise the numbers?

You can also hide the numbers on a number card by using your hands and play this game with your friends.

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Do it yourself.

B. Count the number of logs. Is it 3 logs or 4 logs?

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Do it yourself.

C. This is how Zarina set the glasses. Help her in extending the arrangement.

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D. Find the numbers from 1 to 10.

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E. Fill the numbers from 1 to 5 in the given balls so that the sum on both sides is equal.

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F. Gillu’s favourite number is 8. If the answer of the asked question is 8, he becomes happy and if not, he becomes sad. Ask some questions to Gillu that has an answer 8 only.

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Do it yourself.

G. Fill , and in the boxes in such a way that any shape occurs only once in a row (horizontal) and column (standing).

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H. Take 4 different objects (each object should be 4), such as 4 buttons, 4 pebbles, 4 seeds, 4 clay balls, etc. Now place them in the given boxes in such a way that every object occurs only once in a row (horizontal) and a column (vertical standing).

Can you fil them through some other ways?

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I. Who am I? (A mirror can help you.)

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J. Who am I?

(i) I am between 5 and 10. I become three more when read upside down.

(ii) I am 3 more than 8 and 3 less than 14.

(iii) I am after 50 and before 54. Sum digits is 7.

(iv) I am just before 40.

(v) Add 5 to me and you will get 24.

(vi) I am just after 35.

(vii) Reduce 8 from me and 14 will be left.

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(i) 6

(ii) 11

(iii) 52

(iv) 39

(v) 19

(vi) 36

(vii) 22

K. Six matchsticks are used to make a zero. Can you make any other number by shifting a single matchstick?

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L. Find out the missing piece and complete the pot.

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M. How many times can you subtract 5 from 25?

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25 – 5 = 20

20 – 5 = 15

15 – 5 = 10

10 – 5 = 5

5 – 5 = 0

Thus, 5 can be subtracted from 25 in five times.

N. Ranu has 3 seeds. She wants to place them on any 3 numbers of the given chart in such a way that the sum of those numbers will be 17. Can you help Ranu in finding the numbers.

In how many ways did you do it? If you have 2 seeds, which numbers will you place them to get a total of 17?

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Do it yourself.

O. Encircle the identical shadow image.

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P. Write numbers from 5 to 9 in the card given below such that the row and the column have the same total.

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Q. Try to get the center number by doing addition or subtraction.

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R. Write down the correct numbers in the .

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S. Sarita has four coins of different values.

What is the minimum number of coins used to spend exactly ₹ 49?

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Number of ₹ 10 coins used = 4 = ₹ 40

Number of ₹ 5 coins used = 1 = ₹ 5

Number of ₹ 2 coins used = 1 = ₹ 2

Number of ₹ 1 coin used = 2 = ₹ 2

Total Coins = ₹ 49

OR

Number of ₹ 10 coins used = 4 = ₹ 40

Number of ₹ 5 coins used = 1 = ₹ 5

Number of ₹ 2 coins used = 2 = ₹ 4

Total Coins = ₹ 49

T. Find out the value of orange .

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U. Let us play the ball game.

(i) Choose 3 balls in such a way that their sum will be 16.

(ii) Choose 3 balls to get a maximum score.

(iii) Choose 3 balls to get a minimum score.

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