# (English Medium) ICSE Class 7 - CISCE Question Bank Solutions for Mathematics

Subjects
Topics
Subjects
Popular subjects
Topics
Mathematics
< prev  1 to 20 of 2261  next >

Consider the following numbers:
68, 76, 63, 75, 93, 83, 70, 115, 82, 105, 90, 103, 92, 52, 99, 73, 75, 63, 77 and 71.
Arrange these numbers in ascending order.

[5.01] Data Handling
Chapter: [5.01] Data Handling
Concept: Concept of Data Handling

Consider the following numbers:

68, 76, 63, 75, 93, 83, 70, 115, 82, 105, 90, 103, 92, 52, 99, 73, 75, 63, 77 and 71.

What is the range of these numbers?

[5.01] Data Handling
Chapter: [5.01] Data Handling
Concept: Concept of Data Handling

Represent the following data in the form of a frequency distribution table:
16, 17, 21, 20, 16, 20, 16, 18, 17, 21, 17, 18, 19, 17, 15, 15, 19, 19, 18, 17, 17, 15, 15, 16, 17, 17, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 20, 16, 17, 19, 18, 19, 16, 21 and 17.

[5.01] Data Handling
Chapter: [5.01] Data Handling
Concept: Concept of Data Handling

A die was thrown 20 times and the following scores were recorded.
2, 1, 5, 2, 4, 3, 6, 1, 4, 2, 5, 1, 6, 2, 6, 3, 5, 4, 1 and 3.
Prepare a frequency table for the scores.

[5.01] Data Handling
Chapter: [5.01] Data Handling
Concept: Concept of Data Handling

Find: 45 is what percent of 54?

[2.03] Percent and Percentage
Chapter: [2.03] Percent and Percentage
Concept: Concept of Percent and Percentage

State, true or false of the given statement:

product of two integers can be zero.

[1.01] Integers
Chapter: [1.01] Integers
Concept: Concept of Integers

State, true or false of the given statement:

product of 120 negative integers and 121 positive integers is negative.

[1.01] Integers
Chapter: [1.01] Integers
Concept: Concept of Integers

State, true or false of the given statement:

a x (b + c) = a x b + c

[1.01] Integers
Chapter: [1.01] Integers
Concept: Concept of Integers

State, true or false of the given statement:

(b – c) × a=b – c × a

[1.01] Integers
Chapter: [1.01] Integers
Concept: Concept of Integers

Write down a rational number whose numerator is the largest number of two digits and denominator is the smallest number of four digits.

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Write down a rational number numerator (-5) x (-4) and denominator (28 – 27) x (8 – 5).

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Mark the following pairs of rational numbers on the separate number lines: 3/4 and - 1/4

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Mark the following pairs of rational numbers on the separate number lines:  2/5 and (- 3)/5

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Mark the following pairs of rational numbers on the separate number lines: 5/6 and (- 2)/3

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Mark the following pairs of rational numbers on the separate number lines: 2/5  "and" - 4/5

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Mark the following pairs of rational numbers on the separate number lines: 1/4 "and" - 5/4

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Compare: 3/5 and 5/7

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Compare: (-7)/2 and 5/2

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Compare: - 3  "and"  2 3/4 or 11/4

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers

Compare: -1 1/2 and 0 or -3/2 and 0

[1.02] Rational Numbers
Chapter: [1.02] Rational Numbers
Concept: Rational Numbers
< prev  1 to 20 of 2261  next >