Fractions and Decimals Class 7 Extra Questions Maths Chapter 2
Extra Questions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 2 Fractions and Decimals
Fractions and Decimals Class 7 Extra Questions Very Short Answer Type
If of a number is 6, find the number.
Let x be the required number.
Hence, the required number is 9.
Find the product of and 2.
Solve the following:
Multiply 2.05 and 1.3.
Fractions and Decimals Class 7 Extra Questions Short Answer Type
Solve the following:
(a) 3 –
(b) 4 +
Arrange the following in ascending order:
Find the products:
(i) 2.4 × 100
(ii) 0.24 × 1000
(iii) 0.024 × 10000
Arnav spends 1 hours in studies, 2 hours in playing cricket. How much time did he spend in all?
Time spent by Arnav in studies = 1 hours
Time spent by Arnav in playing cricket = 2 hours
Total time spent by Arnav = 1 hours + 2 hours
A square paper sheet has 10 cm long side. Find its perimeter and area.
The product of two numbers is 2.0016. If one of them is 0.72, find the other number.
Product of two numbers = 2.0016
One number = 0.72
Other number = 2.0016 ÷ 0.72
Hence, the required number = 2.78.
Reemu reads th pages of a book. If she reads further 40 pages, she would have read th
page of the book. How many pages are left to be read? [NCERT Exemplar]
Let the total number of pages be x.
Number of pages read by Reemu = x
If she reads 40 more pages,
Total number of pages read by her = x + 40
of a number equals ÷ . What is the number? (NCERT Exemplar)
Let the number be x.
Hence, the required number = 64.
Simplify the following:
The weight of an object on the Moon is its weight on the Earth. If an object weight 5 kg on the Earth. How much would it weight on the Moon? [NCERT Exemplar]
A picture hall has seats for 820 persons. At a recent film show, one usher guessed it was full, another that it was full. The ticket office reported 648 sales. Which usher (first or second) made the better guess? [NCERT Exemplar]
Total number of seats = 820
Number of ticket sold = 648
For first usher = × 648 = 3 × 162 = 486
For second usher = × 648 = 2 × 216 = 432
Since 432 < 486
Hence, the first usher guessed better.