# Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE chapter 3 - Fractions (Including Problems) [Latest edition]

## Chapter 3: Fractions (Including Problems)

Exercise 3 (A)Exercise 3 (B)Exercise 3 (C)Exercise 3 (D)Exercise 3 (E)
Exercise 3 (A)

### Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 3 Fractions (Including Problems)Exercise 3 (A)

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.1

Classify, the fraction is given below, as decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction:

3/5

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.2

Classify, the fraction is given below, as decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction:

11/10

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.3

Classify, the fraction is given below, as decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction:

13/20

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.4

Classify, the fraction is given below, as decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction: 18/7

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.5

Classify, the fraction is given below, as decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction: 3 2/9

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.6

Classify, the fraction is given below, as a decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction: 19/10^3

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.7

Classify, the fraction is given below, as a decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction: 2 7/10

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 1.8

Classify, the fraction is given below, as a decimal or vulgar fraction, proper or improper fraction and mixed fraction: 23/500

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 2.1

Express the following improper fraction as a mixed fraction: 18/5

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 2.2

Express the following improper fraction as a mixed fraction: 7/4

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 2.3

Express the following improper fraction as a mixed fraction: 25/6

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 2.4

Express the following improper fraction as a mixed fraction: 38/5

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 2.5

Express the following improper fraction as a mixed fraction: 22/5

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 3.1

Express the following mixed fractions as improper fractions: 2 4/9

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 3.2

Express the following mixed fractions as improper fractions: 7 5/13

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 3.3

Express the following mixed fractions as improper fractions: 3 1/4

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 3.4

Express the following mixed fractions as improper fractions: 2 5/48

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 3.5

Express the following mixed fractions as improper fractions: 12 7/11

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 4.1

Reduce the given fraction to lowest term 8/18

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 4.2

Reduce the given fraction to lowest term 27/36

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 4.3

Reduce the given fraction to lowest term 18/42

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 4.4

Reduce the given fraction to lowest term 35/75

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 4.5

Reduce the given fraction to lowest term 18/45

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 5.1

State the true or false of the given statement:

30/40 and 12/16 are equivalent fractions.

• True

• False

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 5.2

State the true or false of the given statement:

10/25 and 25/10 are equivalent fractions.

• True

• False

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 5.3

State the true or false of the given statement:

35/49, 20/28, 45/63 and 100/140 are equivalent fractions.

• True

• False

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.1

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: 0/8

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.2

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (-3)/-8

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.3

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (5)/-7

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.4

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (3 3/5)/18

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.5

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (-6)/(2 2/5)

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.6

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (3 1/3)/(7 2/7)

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.7

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (-5 2/9)/5

Exercise 3 (A) | Q 6.8

Distinguish of the following fraction, given below, as a simple fraction or a complex fraction: (-8)/0

Exercise 3 (B)

### Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 3 Fractions (Including Problems)Exercise 3 (B)

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 1.1

For the pair, given below, state whether it forms like fraction or unlike fraction:

5/8  "and"  7/8

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 1.2

For the pair, given below, state whether it forms like fraction or unlike fraction:

8/15  "and"  8/21

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 1.3

For the pair, given below, state whether it forms like fraction or unlike fraction:

4/9  "and"  9/4

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 2.1

Convert given fraction into a fraction with equal denominator:

5/6  "and"  7/9

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 2.2

Convert given fraction into a fraction with equal denominator:

2/3, 5/6  "and"  7/12

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 2.3

Convert given fraction into a fraction with equal denominator:

4/5, 17/20, 23/40  "and"  11/16

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 3.1

Convert given fraction into a fraction with equal numerators:

8/9  "and"  12/17

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 3.2

Convert given fraction into a fraction with equal numerators:

6/13, 15/23  "and"  12/17

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 3.3

Convert given fraction into a fraction with equal numerators:

15/19, 25/28, 9/11  "and"  45/47

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 4.1

Put the given fraction in ascending order by making denominator equal:

1/3, 2/5, 3/4  "and"  1/6

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 4.2

Put the given fraction in ascending order by making denominator equal:

5/6, 7/8, 11/12  "and" 3/10

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 4.3

Put the given fraction in ascending order by making denominator equal:

5/7, 3/8, 9/14  "and" 20/21

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 5.1

Arrange the given fraction in descending order by making numerator equal:

5/6, 4/15, 8/9  "and"  1/3

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 5.2

Arrange the given fraction in descending order by making numerator equal:

3/7, 4/8, 5/7  "and"  8/11

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 5.3

Arrange the given fraction in descending order by making numerator equal:

1/10, 6/11, 8/11  "and"  3/5

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 6.1

Find the greater fraction:

3/5  "and"  11/15

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 6.2

Find the greater fraction:

4/5  "and"  3/10

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 6.3

Find the greater fraction:

6/7  "and"  5/9

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 6.4

Find the greater fraction:

3/8  "and"  4/9

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 6.5

Find the greater fraction:

(-2)/7  "and"  (-3)/10

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 7.1

Insert one fraction between:

3/7  "and"  4/9

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 7.2

Insert one fraction between:

2  "and"  8/3

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 7.3

Insert one fraction between:

9/17  "and"  6/13

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 8.1

Insert three fractions between

2/5  "and"  4/9

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 8.2

Insert three fractions between

1/2  "and"  5/7

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 8.3

Insert three fractions between

3/8  "and"  6/11

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 8.4

Insert three fractions between

11/12  "and"  2/3

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 8.5

Insert three fractions between

4/7  "and"  3/4

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 9.1

Insert two fractions between 1 and 3/11

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 9.2

Insert two fractions between 5/9  "and"  1/4

Exercise 3 (B) | Q 9.3

Insert two fractions between 5/6  "and"  1 1/5

Exercise 3 (C)

### Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 3 Fractions (Including Problems)Exercise 3 (C)

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.1

Reduce to a single fraction:

1/2 + 2/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.2

Reduce to a single fraction:

3/5 - 1/10

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.3

Reduce to a single fraction:

2/3 - 1/6

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.4

Reduce to a single fraction:

1 1/3 + 2 1/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.5

Reduce to a single fraction:

1/4 + 5/6 - 1/12

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.6

Reduce to a single fraction:

2/3 - 3/5 + 3 - 1/5

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.7

Reduce to a single fraction:

2/3 - 1/5 + 1/10

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.8

Reduce to a single fraction:

2 1/2 + 2 1/3 - 1 1/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 1.9

Reduce to a single fraction:

2 5/8 - 2 1/6 + 4 3/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.01

Simplify: 3/4 xx 6

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.02

Simplify: 2/3 xx 15

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.03

Simplify: 3/4 xx 1/2

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.04

Simplify: 9/12 xx 4/7

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.05

Simplify: 45 xx 2 1/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.06

Simplify: 36 xx 3 1/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.07

Simplify: 2 div 1/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.08

Simplify: 3 div 2/5

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.09

Simplify: 1 div 3/5

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.1

Simplify: 1/3 div 1/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.11

Simplify: - 5/8 div 3/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.12

Simplify: 3 3/7 div 1 1/14

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 2.13

Simplify: 3 3/4 xx 1 1/5 xx 20/21

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.1

Subtract: 2  "from"  2/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.2

Subtract: 1/8  "from"  5/8

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.3

Subtract: -2/5  "from"  2/5

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.4

Subtract: -3/7  "from"  3/7

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.5

Subtract: 0  "from"  -4/5

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.6

Subtract: 2/9  "from"  4/5

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 3.7

Subtract: -4/7  "from"  -6/11

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 4.1

Find the value of 1/2  "of"  10  "kg"

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 4.2

Find the value of 3/5  "of"  1  "hour"

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 4.3

Find the value of 4/7  "of"  2 1/3  "kg"

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 4.4

Find the value of 3 1/2 times of 2 meters

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 4.5

Find the value of 1/2  "of"  2 2/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 4.6

Find the value of 5/11  "of"  4/5  "of"  22  "kg"

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.01

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

3/(3 3/4)

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.02

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

(3/5)/7

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.03

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

3/(5/7)

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.04

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

(2 1/5)/(1 1/10)

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.05

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

2/5  "of"  6/11 xx 1 1/4

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.06

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

2 1/4 div 1/7 xx 1/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.07

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

1/3 xx 4 2/3 div 3 1/2 xx 1/2

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.08

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

2/3 xx 1 1/4 div 3/7  "of"  2 5/8

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.09

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

0 div 8/11

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.1

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

4/5 div 7/15  "of" 8/9

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.11

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

4/5 div 7/15 xx 8/9

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.12

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

4/5  "of"  7/15 div 8/9

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 5.13

Simplify and reduce to a simple fraction:

1/2  "of"  3/4 xx 1/2 div 2/3

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 6

A bought 3 3/4 kg of wheat and 2 1/2 kg of rice. Find the total weight of wheat and rice bought.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 7

Which is greater, 3/5 or 7/10 and by how much?

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 8

What number should be added to 8 2/3 to 12 5/6.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 9

What should be subtracted from 8 3/4 to get 2 2/3.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 10

A field is 16 1/2 m long and 12 2/5 m wide. Find the perimeter of the field.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 11

Sugar costs ₹ 37 1/2 per kg. Find the cost of 8 3/4 kg sugar.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 12

A motorcycle runs 31 1/4 km consuming 1 liter of petrol. How much distance will it run consuming 1 3/5 liter of petrol?

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 13

A rectangular park has length = 23 2/3 m and breadth = 16 2/3 m. Find the area?

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 14

Each of 40 identical boxes weighs 4 4/5 kg Find the total weight of all the boxes.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 15

Out of 24 kg of wheat, 5/6 th of wheat is consumed. Find, how much wheat is still left?

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 16

A rod of length 2 2/5 meter is divided into five equal parts. Find the length of each part so obtained.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 17

If A = 3 3/8 and B = 6 5/8 find:

(i) A ÷ B

(ii) B ÷ A

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 18

Cost of 3 5/7 litres of oil is ₹ 83 1/2. Find the cost of one-litre oil.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 19

The product of two numbers is 20 5/7. If one of these numbers is 6 2/3, find the other.

Exercise 3 (C) | Q 20

By what number should 5 5/6 be multiplied 1 to get 3 1/3?

Exercise 3 (D)

### Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 3 Fractions (Including Problems)Exercise 3 (D)

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 1

Simplify: 6 + {4/3 + (3/4 - 1/3)}

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 2

Simplify: 8 - {3/2 + (3/5 - 1/2)}

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 3

Simplify: 1/4 (1/4 + 1/3) - 2/5

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 4

Simplify: 2 3/4 - [3 1/8 div {5 - (4 2/3 - 11/12)}]

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 5

Simplify: 12 1/2 - [8 1/2 + {9 - (5 - bar(3 - 2))}]

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 6

Simplify: 1 1/5 + {2 1/3 - (5 + bar(2 - 3))} - 3 1/2

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 7

Simplify: (1/2 + 2/3) div (3/4 - 2/9)

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 8

Simplify: 6/5  "of"  (3 1/3 - 2 1/2) + (2 5/21 - 2)

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 9

Simplify: 10 1/8  "of"  4/5  div  35/36  "of"  20/49

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 10

Simplify: 5 3/4 - 3/7 xx 15 3/4 + 2 2/35 div 1 11/25

Exercise 3 (D) | Q 11

Simplify: 3/4  "of"  7 3/7 - 5 3/5 div 3 4/15

Exercise 3 (E)

### Selina solutions for Concise Mathematics Class 7 ICSE Chapter 3 Fractions (Including Problems)Exercise 3 (E)

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 1.1

A line AB is of length 6 cm. Another line CD is of length 15 cm. What fraction is: The length of AB to that of CD?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 1.2

A line AB is of length 6 cm. Another line CD is of length 15 cm. What fraction is: 1/2 the length of AB to that of 1/3 of CD?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 1.3

A line AB is of length 6 cm. Another line CD is of length 15 cm. What fraction is: 1/5 of CD to that of AB?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 2

Subtract 2/7 - 5/21 from the sum of 3/4, 5/7  "and"  7/12

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 3

From a sack of potatoes weighing 120 kg, a merchant sells portions weighing 6 kg, 5 1/4 kg, 9 1/2 kg, and 9 3/4 kg respectively.

(i) How many kg did he sell?
(ii) How many kg is still left in the sack?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 4

If a boy works for six consecutive days for 8 hours, 7 1/2 hours, 8 1/4 hours, 6 1/4 hours + 6 3/4 hrs and 7 hours respectively. How much money will he earn at the rate of Rs. 36 per hour?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 5

A student bought 4 1/3 m of yellow ribbon, 6 1/6 m of red ribbon and 3 2/9 m of blue ribbon for decorating a room. How many meters of ribbon did he buy?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 6

In a business, Ram and Deepak invest 3/5 and 2/5 of the total investment. If Rs. 40,000 is the total investment, calculate the amount invested by each?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 7

Geeta had 30 problems for homework. She worked out 2/5 of them. How many problems were still left to be worked out by her?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 8

A picture was marked at Rs. 90. It was sold at 3/4 of its marked price. What was the sale price?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 9

Mani had sent fifteen parcels of oranges. What was the total weight of the parcels, if each weighed 10 1/2 kg?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 10

A rope is 25 1/2 m long. How many pieces, 1 1/2 each of length can be cut out from it?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 11

The heights of two vertical poles, above the earth’s surface, are 14 1/4 m  and 22 1/3 respectively. How much higher is the second pole as compared with the height of the first pole?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 12

Vijay weighed 65 1/2 kg. He gained 1 2/5 kg during the first week, 1 1/4 kg during the second week, but lost 5/16 kg during the 16 third week. What was his weight after the third week?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 13

A man spends 2/5 of his salary on food and 3/10 on house rent, electricity, etc. What fraction of his salary is still left with him?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 14

A man spends 2/5 of his salary on food and 3/10 of the remaining on house rent, electricity, etc. What fraction of his salary is still left with him?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 15

Shyam bought a refrigerator for Rs. 5000. He paid 1/10 of the price in cash and the rest in 12 equal monthly instalments. How much had he to pay each month?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 16

A lamp post has half of its length in mud and 1/3 of its length in water.
(i) What fraction of its length is above the water?

(ii) If 31/3 m of the lamp post is above the water, find the whole length of the lamp post.

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 17

I spent 3/5 of my savings and still have Rs. 2,000 left. What were my savings?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 18

In a school, 4/5 of the children are boys. If the number of girls is 200, find the number of boys.

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 19

If 4/5 of an estate is worth Rs. 42,000, find the worth of the whole estate. Also, find the value of 3/7 of it.

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 20

After going 3/4 of my journey, I find that I have covered 16 km. How much Journey is still left?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 21

When Krishna travelled 25 km, he found that 3/5 of his journey was still left. What was the length of the whole journey?

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 22

From a piece of land, one-third is bought by Rajesh and one-third of remaining is bought by Manoj. If 600 m² land is still left unsold, find the total area of the piece of land.

Exercise 3 (E) | Q 23

A boy spent 3/5 of his money on buying 1 cloth and 1/4 of the remaining on buying shoes. If initially, he has? 2,400; how much did he spend on shoes?

## Chapter 3: Fractions (Including Problems)

Exercise 3 (A)Exercise 3 (B)Exercise 3 (C)Exercise 3 (D)Exercise 3 (E)

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