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NUMBERS

LEARNING GUIDE

**GRADE 7 MATH LEARNING GUIDE
**

Lesson 7: Forms of Rational Numbers and Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers

Time: 2 hours

Prerequisite Concepts: definition of rational numbers, subsets of real numbers, fractions,

decimals

About the Lesson:

Like with any set of numbers, rational numbers can be added and subtracted. In this lesson,

you will learn techniques in adding and subtracting rational numbers. Techniques include

changing rational numbers into various forms convenient for the operation as well as estimation

and computation techniques.

Objectives:

In this lesson, you are expected to:

1. Express rational numbers from fraction form to decimal form (terminating and

repeating and non-terminating) and vice versa;

2. Add and subtract rational numbers;

3. Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of rational numbers.

Lesson Proper:

A. Forms of Rational Numbers

I. Activity

1. Change the following rational numbers in fraction form or mixed number form to decimal

form:

1

5

a. − = ______

d.

= ______

4

2

b.

€

3

= ______

10

c. 3

€

5

= _____

100

e. −

€

€

17

= ______

10

1

f. −2 = ______

5

2. Change the following rational numbers in decimal form to fraction form.

€

a. 1.8 = ______

€

d. -0.001 = ______

b. - 3.5 = ______

e. 10.999 = ______

c. -2.2 = ______

f. 0.11 = ______

II. Discussion

Non-decimal Fractions

€

There is no doubt that most of the above exercises were easy for you. This is because all

except item 2f are what we call decimal fractions. These numbers are all parts of powers of 10.

1

25

For example, − =

which is easily convertible to a decimal form, 0.25. Likewise, the

4 100

5

35

number -3.5 = −3 = − .

10

10

€
What

€ do you do when the rational number is not a decimal fraction? How do you convert

from one form to the other?

€

Remember that a rational number is a quotient of 2 integers. To change a rational number

in fraction form, you need only to divide the numerator by the denominator.

1

1

. The smallest power of 10 that is divisible by 8 is 1000. But,

8

8

means you are dividing 1 whole unit into 8 equal parts. Therefore, divide 1 whole unit first into

1

125

1000 equal parts and then take of the thousandths part. That is equal to

or 0.125.

8

1000

€

€

Consider the number

**AUTHORS: Gina Guerra and
**

€Catherine P. Vistro-Yu, Ed.D.

€

1

€ 134 35 = −1 99 99 135 Therefore.2 to its fraction form. Vistro-Yu. Note that both and − are non-terminating but 11 3 11 3 € repeating decimals.35 to its fraction form.. Divide 1 whole unit into 1 625 10.222. Since there is only 1 repeated digit. 1000 € they be changed to What about non-terminating but repeating decimal forms? How can fraction form? Study the following examples: € Example 1: Change 0. = _____ AUTHORS: Gina Guerra and Catherine P. express the decimal part of the numbers as € € € € 713 a fractional part of a power of 10.000 equal parts or 0. find the sum or difference. In general. −1.. That is equal to 16 10000 can obtain the same value if you perform the long division 1 ÷16.625. 9 € Example 2. € Solution: Let € r = −1.353535. € 10r = 2. € € Do the same € for €To change rational numbers in decimal forms.353535. 99 € B. Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers in Fraction Form I.. and − to their decimal forms. 11 € 9 1 9 1 Therefore.222. Solution: Let r = 0.81.2 = .Grade 7 Math LESSON 7: FORMS OF RATIONAL NUMBERS AND ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS LEARNING GUIDE Example: Change 1 9 1 ..713 can be changed initially to −2 and 1000 2173 then changed to − . € Since there are 2 repeated digits. a. Ed. Change −1.35 = − ...3. Using linear or area models. Perform the long division 9 ÷11 and you € should obtain 0. multiply the first equation by Then subtract the first equation from the second equation and obtain € 99r = −134 r=− 10 n . multiply the first equation by 100. Activity € Recall that € we added and subtracted whole numbers by using the number line or by using objects in a set. − = −0.D.0 r= 2 9 2 Therefore.. -2. 16 11 3 The smallest power of 10 that is divisible by 16 is 10. 100r = −135..81. For example. if there are n repeated digits. c. You € and take € of the ten thousandths part. = _____ 2 .000. 0. 9 . = 0. multiply the first equation by 10. Then subtract the first equation from the second equation and obtain € 9r = 2. Also.

Is the resulting sum or difference the same when a pair of dissimilar fractions is replaced by any pair of similar fractions? Problem: Copy and complete the fraction magic square. To Subtract: 3 . » Add or subtract the numerators of the resulting fractions. = _____ d. What is the least common denominator of the fractions in each example? 4. where b ≠ 0 and d ≠ 0 If the fractions to be added or subtracted are dissimilar » Rename the fractions to make them similar whose denominator is the least common multiple of b and d. d and e? Important things to remember To Add or Subtract Fraction • With the same denominator. then and • With different denominators. b and c denote integers. 2. Vistro-Yu. Examples: To Add: AUTHORS: Gina Guerra and Catherine P. 5. Answer the following questions: 1. The sum in each row. 4. » Write the result as a fraction whose numerator is the sum or difference of the numerators and whose denominator is the least common multiple of b and d. and diagonal must be 2. a b c d e » What are the values of a. Is the common denominator always the greater of the two denominators? 3. c. and b ≠ 0. . how would you get the sum or difference? Consider the following examples: 1. Is the common denominator always the same as one of the denominators of the given fractions? 2. 6. If a.Grade 7 Math LESSON 7: FORMS OF RATIONAL NUMBERS AND ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS LEARNING GUIDE b. Ed. 3.D. b. column. = _____ Without using models.

Is the common denominator always the greater of the two denominators? Not always. 8. LCM/LCD of 5 and 4 is 20 II. You were asked to find the sum or difference of the given fractions. 11. 2. Is the resulting sum or difference the same as when a pair of dissimilar fractions is replaced by any pair of similar fractions? Yes. Their least common denominator is 20 not 5 or 4. Vistro-Yu. = b. b. 3. Is the common denominator always the same as one of the denominators of the given fractions? 2 3 Not always. Increase the sum of AUTHORS: Gina Guerra and Catherine P. 12. = c. 2 13. 15. a. for as long as the replacement fractions are equivalent to the original fractions. Consider + . What is the least common denominator of the fractions in each example? (1) 6 ( 2) 21 ( 3) 15 (4) 35 (5) 12 (6) 60 4. how would you get the sum or difference? You would have to apply the rule for adding or subtracting similar fractions. . 1. What is the result? . Question to Ponder (Post –Activity Discussion) Let us answer the questions posed in activity. € 3.D. a. 1. b.Grade 7 Math LESSON 7: FORMS OF RATIONAL NUMBERS AND ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS LEARNING GUIDE a. 1. Subtract from the sum of 3. 14. 6. Ed. Perform the indicated operations and express your answer in simplest form. a. 5. 10. = Without using the models. III. Exercises Do the following exercises. The least common denominator is always greater than or equal to one of the two denominators and it may not be the greater of the two denominators. 7. 4. What is the result? 4 . 5 4 2. b. Give the number asked for. What is three more than three and one-fourth? 2. 9. = d.

meters of satin and meters of velvet.44 – 4.05301 5. How many meters of cloth did she buy? 3.99 5 .25 9.182 8) 51.3.545 900 + 676. If she has kg of pork. is there enough meat for 55 guests? liters of gasoline in his car. Addition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers in Decimal Form There are 2 ways of adding or subtracting decimals. and 4. Tan has kg of chicken.25 (2 + 7) + 9 + (9 – 3) + = or 9.21 9.56 10) (10 – 5. Example: Add: 2.Grade 7 Math LESSON 7: FORMS OF RATIONAL NUMBERS AND ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS LEARNING GUIDE 4. He wants to travel far so he added 16 liters more.9768 + 0. What is the result? 5.21 2.36 + 8.4591 9) (2. If Michelle’s height is 120 cm.003 0. the evaporated? liters of water was reduced to 9 liters. Mr. Solve each problem. of meat to serve 55 guests.25 6.6 – 3.97 AUTHORS: Gina Guerra and Catherine P.3 – 5.891) + 7. Decrease .77 + 0. Express the decimal numbers in fractions then add or subtract as described earlier. then add or subtract as with whole numbers. Arah needs kg.34 + 78. Ed.2 + 30. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 1.35 2. How much water has C.3. What is the difference in their heights? 2. Example: Add: 2. 6) 700 – 678.005 – 21.08 + 9. What is ? c. How many liters of gasoline is in the tank? 5.45 + 7.51 6+ = or 6.35 Exercises: 1.3 + 7.6.7 45. Michelle and Corazon are comparing their heights. and Corazon’s height is 96 cm. 1.6 .902 + 21.3 + 7.3 + 7.21 Subtract:: 9.D. Arrange the decimal numbers in a column such that the decimal points are aligned. a kg of beef.891 7) 7. Angel bought meters of silk. Vistro-Yu. Perform the indicated operation.51 Subtract: 9.89) – 4. After boiling. 1.

25. The exercises given were not purely computational.2. Ken contributed P69. 6 .” What was Ryan’s number? d. When she got home. the sum is 14. If I subtract 10. How much were they able to gather altogether? c.34. If I increase my number by 56.34 from N.46 seconds. Solve the following problems: a. while John and Hanna gave P56. AUTHORS: Gina Guerra and Catherine P. What was Tyron’s time for the 100-meter dash? SUMMARY This lesson began with some activities and instruction on how to change rational numbers from one form to another and proceeded to discuss addition and subtraction of rational numbers. “I’m thinking of a number N. How much did she spend for shopping? b. “I’m thinking of a number N. Agnes said.7 seconds. Ryan said. the difference is 1.25 each for their gift to Teacher Daisy.62.Grade 7 Math LESSON 7: FORMS OF RATIONAL NUMBERS AND ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF RATIONAL NUMBERS LEARNING GUIDE 2. Vistro-Yu. Helen had P7500 for shopping money. Kim ran the 100-meter race in 135. Tyron ran faster by 15. she had P132. Ed. There were thought questions and problem solving activities that helped in deepening one’s understanding of rational numbers.”What was Agnes number? e.D.75 in her pocket.

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