Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE chapter 2 - Rational Numbers [Latest edition]

Chapter 2: Rational Numbers

Exercise 2 (A)Exercise 2 (B)Exercise 2 (C)Exercise 2 (D)Exercise 2 (E)
Exercise 2 (A)

Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 2 Rational NumbersExercise 2 (A)

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 1

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

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 2.1

Write the numerator of the following rational numbers: (- 125)/127

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 2.2

Write the numerator of the following rational numbers: 37/(-137)

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 2.3

Write the numerator of the following rational numbers: (- 85)/93

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 2.4

Write the numerator of the following rational numbers: 2

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 2.5

Write the numerator of the following rational numbers: 0

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 3.1

Write the denominator of the following rational numbers: 7/-15

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 3.2

Write the denominator of the following rational numbers: (-18)/29

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 3.3

Write the denominator of the following rational numbers: (-3)/4

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 3.4

Write the denominator of the following rational numbers: -7

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 3.5

Write the denominator of the following rational numbers: 0

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 4

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

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 5.1

(-15)/1 in integer form is ______

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 5.2

23/(-1) in integer form is ______

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 5.3

If 18 = 18/"a" then a = _____

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 5.4

If - 57 = 57/"a" then a = _____

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 6

Separate positive and negative rational numbers from the following :

(-3)/5 , 3/-5 , (-3)/(-5), 3/5 , 0 , (-13)/-3 , 15/-8 , (- 15)/8

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 7.1

Find three rational numbers equivalent to 3/5

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 7.2

Find three rational numbers equivalent to 4/-7

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 7.3

Find three rational numbers equivalent to -5/9

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 7.4

Find three rational numbers equivalent to 8/-15

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 8.1

Which of the following are not rational numbers: -3

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 8.2

Which of the following are not rational numbers: 0

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 8.3

Which of the following are not rational numbers: 0/4

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 8.4

Which of the following are not rational numbers: 8/0

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 8.5

Which of the following are not rational numbers: 0/0

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 9.1

Express the following integer as a rational number with denominator 7- 5

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 9.2

Express the following integer as a rational number with denominator 7:  - 8

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 9.3

Express the following integer as a rational number with denominator 7:  0

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 9.4

Express the following integer as a rational number with denominator 7:  -16

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 9.5

Express the following integer as a rational number with denominator 7:  7

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 10.1

Express 3/5 as a rational number with denominator: 20

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 10.2

Express 3/5 as a rational number with denominator: - 20

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 10.3

Express 3/5 as a rational number with denominator: 45

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 10.4

Express 3/5 as a rational number with denominator: 25

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 10.5

Express 3/5 as a rational number with denominator: - 35

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 11.1

Express 4/7 as a rational number with numerator: 12

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 11.2

Express 4/7 as a rational number with numerator: -12

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 11.3

Express 4/7 as a rational number with numerator: -16

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 11.4

Express 4/7 as a rational number with numerator: -20

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 11.5

Express 4/7 as a rational number with numerator: 20

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 12.1

Find x, such that: (-2)/3=6/"x"

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 12.2

Find x, such that: 7/-4 = "x"/8

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 12.3

Find x, such that: 3/7 = "x"/-35

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 12.4

Find x, such that: (- 48)/"x" = 6

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 12.5

Find x, such that: 36/"x" = 3

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 12.6

Find x, such that: (-27)/"x" = 9

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 13.1

Express the following rational number to the lowest term: 12/15

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 13.2

Express the following rational numbers to the lowest terms: (-120)/144

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 13.3

Express the following rational numbers to the lowest terms: (-48)/-72

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 13.4

Express the following rational numbers to the lowest terms: 14/-56

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 14.1

Express the following rational number in the standard form. (-7)/-8

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 14.2

Express the following rational number in the standard form. 5/-12

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 14.3

Express the following rational number in the standard form. (-7)/-20

Exercise 2 (A) | Q 14.4

Express the following rational number in the standard form. 4/-9

Exercise 2 (B)

Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 2 Rational NumbersExercise 2 (B)

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 1.1

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 1.2

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 1.3

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 1.4

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 1.5

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 2.1

Compare: 3/5 and 5/7

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 2.2

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 2.3

Compare: - 3  "and"  2 3/4 or 11/4

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 2.4

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

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 2.5

Compare: 0 and 3/4

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 2.6

Compare: 3 and -1

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.1

Compare:  (-1)/4 and 0

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.2

Compare:  1/4 and 0

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.3

Compare:  (- 3)/8 and 2/5

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.4

Compare: (-5)/8 and 7/-12

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.5

Compare: (5)/-9 and (-5)/-9

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.6

Compare: (-7)/8 and 5/-6

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.7

Compare: 2/7 and (-3)/-8

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 3.8

Compare: (-5)/8 and 7/-12

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 4.1

Arrange the given rational numbers in ascending order:

7/10 , (-11)/-30  "and"  5/-15

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 4.2

Arrange the given rational numbers in ascending order:

4/-9, (-5)/12  "and" 2/-3

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 5.1

Arrange the given rational numbers in descending order:

5/8, 13/-16  "and" (-7)/12

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 5.2

Arrange the given rational numbers in descending order:

3/-10, (-13)/30  "and"  8/-20

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 6.1

Fill in the blank:

5/8 and 3/10 are on the ________ side of zero.

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 6.2

Fill in the blank:

(-5)/8 and 3/10 are on the ________ side of zero

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 6.3

Fill in the blank:

-5/8 and -3/10 are on the ________ side of zero.

Exercise 2 (B) | Q 6.4

Fill in the blank:

5/8 and -3/10 are on the ________ side of zero.

Exercise 2 (C)

Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 2 Rational NumbersExercise 2 (C)

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 1.1

Add: 7/5  "and"  2/5

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 1.2

Add: (-4)/9  "and"  2/9

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 1.3

Add: 5/-12  "and"  1/12

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 1.4

Add: 4/-15  "and"  (-7)/-15

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 1.5

Add: (-7)/25  "and"  9/-25

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 1.6

Add: (-7)/26  "and"  7/-26

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.1

Add: (-2)/5  "and"  3/7

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.2

Add: (- 5)/6  "and"  4/9

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.3

Add: -3  "and"  2/3

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.4

Add: (-5)/9  "and"  7/18

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.5

Add: (-7)/24  "and"  (-5)/48

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.6

Add: 1/-18  "and"  5/-27

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.7

Add: (-9)/25  "and"  1/-75

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.8

Add: 13/-16  "and"  (- 11)/24

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 2.9

Add: (-9)/(-16)  "and"  (-11)/8

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 3.1

Evaluate: (-2)/5 + 3/5 + (-1)/5

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 3.2

Evaluate: (-8)/9 + 4/9 + (-2)/9

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 3.3

Evaluate: 5/-24 + (- 1)/8 + 3/16

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 3.4

Evaluate: (- 7)/6 + 4/-15 + (-4)/-30

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 3.5

Evaluate: -2 + 2/5 + (-2)/15

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 3.6

Evaluate: (-11)/12 + 5/16 + (-3)/8

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 4.1

Evaluate: - 11/18 + (-3)/9 + 2/-3

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 4.2

Evaluate: (- 9)/4 + 13/3 + 25/6

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 4.3

Evaluate: - 5 + 5/-8 + (-5)/(-12)

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 4.4

Evaluate: - 2/3 + 5/2 + 2

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 4.5

Evaluate: 5 + (-3)/4 + (-5)/8

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 5.1

Subtract : 2/9  "from"  5/9

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 5.2

Subtract : (-6)/11  "from"  (-3)/(-11)

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 5.3

Subtract : (-2)/15  "from"  (-8)/(15)

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 5.4

Subtract: 11/18  "from"  (-5)/18

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 5.5

Subtract: (-4)/11  "from" -2

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.1

Subtract: - 3/10  "from"  1/5

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.2

Subtract: (- 6)/25  "from"  (-8)/5

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.3

Subtract: (- 7)/4  "from" -2

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.4

Subtract: (- 16)/21  "from"  1

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.5

Subtract: (- 8)/15  "from"  0

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.6

Subtract: 0  "from"  (-3)/8

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.7

Subtract: -2  "from"  (-3)/10

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.8

Subtract: 5/8  "from"  (-5)/16

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 6.9

Subtract: 4  "from"  -3/13

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 7

The sum of two rational numbers is 11/24. If one of them is 3/8, fine the other.

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 8

The sum of two rational numbers is (-7)/11. If one of them is 13/24, fine the other.

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 9

The sum of two rational numbers is -4. If one of them is (-13)/12, fine the other.

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 10

What should be added to - 3/6 to get - 11/24?

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 11

What should be added to (-3)/5 to get 2?

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 12

What should be subtracted from (-4)/5 to get 1?

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 13

The sum of two numbers is - 6/5. If one of them is -2, find the other.

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 14

What should be added to (-7)/12 to get 3/8?

Exercise 2 (C) | Q 15

What should be subtracted from 5/9 to get 9/5?

Exercise 2 (D)

Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 2 Rational NumbersExercise 2 (D)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.1

Evaluate: 5/4 xx 3/7

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.2

Evaluate: 2/3 xx -6/7

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.3

Evaluate: ((-12)/5) xx (10/-3)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.4

Evaluate: (-45)/39 xx (-13)/15

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.5

Evaluate: 3 1/8 xx (-2 2/5)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.6

Evaluate: 2 14/25 xx ((-5)/16)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.7

Evaluate: ((-8)/9) xx ((-3)/16)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 1.8

Evaluate: (5/-27) xx ((-9)/20)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.01

Multiply: 3/25  "and"  4/5

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.02

Multiply: 1 1/8  "and"  10 2/3

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.03

Multiply: 6 2/3  "and"  (-3)/8

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.04

Multiply: (-13)/15  "and"  (-25)/26

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.05

Multiply: 1 1/6  "and"  18

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.06

Multiply: 2 1/14  "and"  -7

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.07

Multiply: 5 1/8  "and"  -16

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.08

Multiply:  35  "and"  (-18)/25

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.09

Multiply: 6 2/3  "and"  -3/8

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.1

Multiply: 3 3/5  "and"  -10

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.11

Multiply: 27/28  "and"  -14

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 2.12

Multiply: - 24  "and"  5/16

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 3.1

Evaluate: (-6 xx 5/18) - (- 4 2/9)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 3.2

Evaluate: (7/8 xx 8/7) + ((-5)/9) xx (6/-25)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 3.3

Evaluate: (11/-9 xx 21/44) + ((-5)/9) xx (63/-100)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 3.4

Evaluate: ((-5)/9 xx 6/-25) + (24/21 xx 7/8)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 3.5

Evaluate: ((- 35)/39 xx (- 13)/7) - (7/90 xx (- 18)/14)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 3.6

Evaluate: ((-4)/5 xx 3/2) + (9/-5 xx 10/3) - ((-3)/2 xx (-1)/4)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 4

Find the cost of 3 1/2 m cloth, if one metre cloth costs ₹325 1/2.

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 5

A bus is moving with a speed of 65 1/2 km per hour. How much distance will it cover in 1 1/3 hours.

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.1

Divide: 15/28  "by"  3/4

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.2

Divide: (-20)/9  "by"  (-5)/9

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.3

Divide: 16/-5  "by"  (-8)/7

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.4

Divide: -7  "by"  (- 14)/5

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.5

Divide: -14   "by"  7/-2

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.6

Divide: (- 22)/9   "by"  11/18

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.7

Divide: 35  "by"  (- 7)/9

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 6.8

Divide: 21/44  "by" - 11/9

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 7.1

Evaluate: 3 5/12 + 1 2/3

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 7.2

Evaluate: 3 5/12 - 1 2/3

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 7.3

Evaluate: (3 5/12 + 1 2/3) div (3 5/12 - 1 2/3)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 8

The product of two numbers is 14. If one of the numbers is (-8)/7, find the other.

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 9

The cost of 11 pens is ₹ 3 2/3. Find the cost of one pen.

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 10

If 6 identical articles can be bought for ₹ 2 6/17.  Find the cost of each article.

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 11

By what number should (-3)/8 be multiplied so that the product is (-9)/16?

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 12

By what number should (-5)/7 be divided so -15 that the result is (-15)/28?

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 13

Evaluate : (32/15 + 8/5) div (32/15 - 8/5)

Exercise 2 (D) | Q 14

Seven equal pieces are made out of a rope 5 of 21 5/7 m. Find the length of each piece.

Exercise 2 (E)

Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 2 Rational NumbersExercise 2 (E)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.01

Evaluate: (-2)/3 + 3/4

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.02

Evaluate: 7/-27 + 11/18

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.03

Evaluate: (- 3)/8+ (-5)/12

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.04

Evaluate: 9/-16 + (-5/-12)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.05

Evaluate: (-5)/9 + (-7)/12 + 11/18

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.06

Evaluate: 7/-26 + 16/39

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.07

Evaluate: - 2/3 - ((- 5)/7)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.08

Evaluate: - 5/7 - (- 3/8)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.09

Evaluate: 7/26 + 2 + (-11)/13

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 1.1

Evaluate: -1 + 2/-3 + 5/6

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 2

The sum of two rational numbers is (-3)/8. If one of them is 3/16 find the other,

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 3

The sum of two rational numbers is -5. If one of them is (-52)/25, find the other.

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 4

What rational number should be added to - 3/16 to get 11/24

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 5

What rational number should be added to (- 3)/5 to get 2?

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 6

What rational number should be subtracted from - 5/12 to get 5/24.

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 7

What rational number should be subtracted from 5/8 to get 8/5.

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 8.1

Evaluate: (7/8 xx 24/21) + ((-5)/9 xx 6/-25)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 8.2

Evaluate: (8/15 xx (-25)/16) + ((-18)/35 xx 5/6)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 8.3

Evaluate: (18/33 xx (-22)/27) + ((13)/25 xx (-75)/26)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 8.4

Evaluate: ((-13)/7 xx (- 35)/39) - ((-7)/45 xx (9)/14)

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 9

The product of two rational numbers is 24. If one of them is - 36/11, find the other.

Exercise 2 (E) | Q 10

By what rational number should we multiply 20/-9, so that the product may be (-5)/9?

Chapter 2: Rational Numbers

Exercise 2 (A)Exercise 2 (B)Exercise 2 (C)Exercise 2 (D)Exercise 2 (E)

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