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**NCERT Solutions for Class 1st Maths: Chapter 13-How Many**

NCERT 1st Maths Chapter 13, class 1 Maths Chapter 13 solutions

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**Question 1.**Write the number of sticks :

**Answer.**

**Question 2.**How many beads?

**Answer.**

**Question 3.**How much will the bananas cost?

**Answer.**

**Question 4.**Give number name.

**Answer.**

Fifteen

**Question 5.**How many tens?

**Answer.**

**Question 6.**Which is the bigger number?

**Answer.**

26

**Question 7.**Develop a story on the pictures and narrate in the class.

**Answer.**Billu has some pet animals like horse, goats etc. in his farm. He looks after them. Also, he makes baskets by using bamboo sticks. So it shows that he is a hard-working boy.

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NCERT Solutions for Class 1st Maths: Chapter 13-How Many

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**Chapterwise NCERT Solutions for Class 1 Maths** :

- Chapter 1 Shapes And Space
- Chapter 2 Numbers From One To Nine
- Chapter 3 Addition
- Chapter 4 Subtraction
- Chapter 5 Numbers From Ten To Twenty
- Chapter 6 Time
- Chapter 7 Measurement
- Chapter 8 Numbers From Twenty One To Fifty
- Chapter 9 Data Handling
- Chapter 10 Patterns
- Chapter 11 Numbers
- Chapter 12 Money
- Chapter 13 How Many

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