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SA 1 ASSIGNMENT STD. 7

**1. Which of there has a negative value?
**

A.25 B. 2-3 C (-2)5 D. (-2)4

2. Which of the following represents (-1)/343 ?

A. (1/7)-3 B. (-1/7)3 C. (-1/7)-3 D. (1/7)3

3. xn +xm is equal to

A. Xnm b. Xm/n C. xm+n D.none

4.. (56)4 =

A. 510 B 5 X 6 X 4 C. 524 D. 52

5. (a X b)c =

A. ac X bc B. ac X bc C. abc D. ac + bc

6 Which of these is not a rational number?

A. 7 B -3/13 C. 0 D. 3/0

7. Which is the irrational number?

A. 3/10 B. 32.34 C. 43.4444… D. 7.392174382…

8. 16/81 is obtained by multiplying the following?

A. -4/9 X 4/9 B. 2/3 X (8/27) C. 4/9 X 4/9 D. none

9. -7/2 is the quotient of which of the following ?

A. 7/9 ÷ 2/9 B. -7/9 ÷ 2/9 C. -7/9 ÷ -2/9 D. none

10 Which is not a rational number?

A Whole number B Terminating decimal C Non terminating decimal D. Non terminating non

recurring decimal

11 45:75 can be written as simplest form as

A. 3/7 B 3/5 C 4/5 D 9/15

12 If the sum of two numbers is 75 and the ratio of the number are 7:8 What are the numbers?

A 35 and 40 B 30 and 45 C 20 and 55 D. 15 and 16

13 Ratio of apples to orange is 2:3 If there are 26 apples how many oranges are there ?

A. 13 B. 39 C. 65 D. 26

14 The ratio of 5 rupee notes to 10 rupee notes to 3:4. There are 77 notes in purse. How much money

is there in purse?

A 605 rupees b 700 rupees c 530 rupees D none

15 Ratio of men to women was 2:3, when there were 40 people in the room. If 4 men leave the room

What is the new ratio of men and women?

A. 2:1 b. 3:2 C 2:5 D 1:2

16. The additive Inverse of 0 is ______

a. –0

b. +0

c. Does not exist

d. 0

**17. Subtracting 35 from -10 we get ________
**

a. 25

b. (–25)

c. (–45)

d. 45

**18. –14 –25 –10 = ______
**

a. 24

b. (–-49)

c. 9

d. –22

**19. Multiplying any integer with (–1) we get its _______.
**

a. Reciprocal

b. 0

c. Additive inverse

d.( –1)

c. (–22)

d. 22

20. (–7) + ______ = 15

a. 8

b. (–8)

**21. (–112) ÷ 2 = ______
**

a. (–56)

(b) +56 c (–224)

d. None

**22. Additive identify of (–46) is ______
**

a. 4

23. (76–6) – 20

b. 6

c. 46

d. None

76 – (6–20)

a. > b. <

c. =

d. =

24. 4 x (–8) – 4 x 2 = ______

a. 20

b. 40

c. (–40)

d. None

**25. Division of any integer by zero is ______
**

a. Negative b. Positive

c. 0

d. Meaningless

**26. Which of the following is not possible?
**

a. 9 x 0

b. 0 ÷ 3

c. 5 ÷ 0

d. 0 x 36

27. (– 4) x (– 1) x 4 x ( – 2) = ________

a . (–32)

b. 32

c. 18

d. (– 18)

c. (– 116)

d. 116

**28. (105) x [(–3) – (8) ] = ______
**

a. (525)

b. (– 525)

**29. Which of the following is closest to zero?
**

a. 2 b. (– 1)

c. 2

d. (– 10)

**30. Which of the following expression is not equal to 60?
**

a. (– 4) x (– 15)

b. 4 x 15

c. (– 10) x 6

d. (– 10) x (– 6)

**31. Which of the following expressions is equal to 15?
**

a. (–7 ) + (– 8)

b. (– 7) – (– 8)

c. (–7) + (+8) d. None

**32. Which of the following expressions gives 20?
**

a. (–2) x (–10)

33.

7

8

b. 4x5

c. (–4) x (–5) d. ALL OF THESE

and _____ are like fraction

a.

3

5

b.

8

7

c.

9

8

d. None

**34 When a proper fraction in multiplied by a whole number, the product is
**

always_____ the given whole number,

a.greater than

b. smaller than

c. Equal to

d. None

**35 When a proper fraction in multiplied by a proper fraction the product is always
**

_____either of the fraction

a. greater than

b. Equal to

c. smaller than

d. None

**36.Commutative Property is not true or does not hold good for_______
**

B.

a. Addition b. Multiplication

c. Division

d. None

**37. (–13)X[4+(–7)]= _____
**

a. (–11)

b. (–39)

c. 39

d. (–24)

**38. 12X 1= 12 Represents.
**

a. Closure property for addition

b. Commulative property for addition

c. Commulative property for multiplication d. Closure property for multiplication

39. 13 – 17 = ______

a.

4

b. 30

1

40. The reciprocal of 3 2

c. (–30)

is equal to

d. (–4)

a.

2

7

b.

7

2

c.

2

31

d.

31

2

**41. 325 and 7 tenths is written as ____ in decimals.
**

A. 325.7 B. 325.07 C.325.007 D.None.

42. 4.3 _____ 4.30 Put proper sign

A.=

B. >

C.<

D. none

43. 11.03+1.3+0.13= ________

A. 12.3 B.12.46 C.1.246 D. 0.1246

44.405.31 X 10= ______

A. 4.0531 B. 4053.1 C. 40531 D. 40.531

45. The product of 3.58 X 1.2 will have _____ decimal place.

A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D.4

46.3243 ÷ 1000 = ______

A. 32.43 B.0.3243 C.3.243 D.324.3

47. 624.8 ÷ 100 = ______

A.6.348 B. 63.48 C. 6348 D.0.6348

48. 52m = ______ hm

A. 0.52 B. 520 C. 5200 D.5.2

49. 399.8 hl = ____ dl

A. 3.998 B.399800 C.3.998 D39980

50. 0.358kg = _____ gm

A.3.58 B.35.8 C.3580 D.358

51. If 456.324 ÷ 12 =38.027 then 45632.4 ÷ 1.2 = _____

A.38027 B.3802.7 C.38027 D.3.8027

52.50.321X 0.01 =______

A.5.0321 B. 0.50321 C 50.321 D. None

53. How many digits will be there in the whole number part of the product 24.345 X 3.6

A.2 B.3 C.4 D.5

**54. Digit at the unit place of square of 509 is _____
**

A.3 B.4 C.5 D.6

55. Square of 10 is ______

A. 10 B 1000 C.10000 D.100000

56. Last two digits of square of 175 is _____

A.35 B.25 C.75 D.55

57.

√ 0.0121 = ______

A.11 B.1.1 C.0.11 D.110

58. (0.9)2 = _____

A.81 B.0.81 C.8.1 D.0.081

59. Square root of 10.24 is ____

A.32 B.0.2 C.3.2 D.320

60. Square root of 421/25 = __________

A. 11/5 B. 2 1/5

61. A number having ____ at the unit place cannot be a perfect square

A.5 B.9 C.2 D.4

62. _____ is not a perfect square

A.81 B.160 C.181 D.289

Q.2 Ans the following

1. Write in exponential form:

(i) cube of 7 (ii) Product of 2 cubes and 3quare (iii) Ninth power of 13

2.Find value

(i) -44 (ii) 84 (iii) (-7)3

3. Convert into power

−27

¿

(i) ( 343

(ii)

512

1331

4 Express in Single power

−1

(iii) 1000

3

3

a b

(i)

9

(ii) 8 X 8

2

(iii) 4

x

X 3x (iv) 80 X 30 (v) p0 / q0 (vi) (53)2 (vii) (102)5

5. Ratio of marks in English and Maths is 5:6. If in English the marks are 25 what is the marks of

Maths?

6. Express in the standard form

**( i )−¿ 84/100 (ii) 72/84 (iii) -105/120
**

7. Ans the following equivalent rational numbers

(i) -84/100 and 21/25 (ii) 72/180 and 72/84 (iii) 96/200 and -84/-175

8 Find absolute value l-3/7l , l-22l , l-31/49l

Solve the following ( 2 marks each)

1. Simplify 1) (-80) X (-75) X (-1) X 2 (2) (-5) X 6 X (-12) X 4

2. Solve using Associative property (1) 43+21+79 (2)64+26+74+36 (3) 4 X 35 X 25 (4) 125 X 6 X

(-8) (5) (-200) X 13 X 5

3. Solve using distributive property

(1) 35(10+2) (2) 73(31+5) (3) 48 X 76 + 48 X 24 (4) 1673 X 99 – (-1673)

(5) 76 X (-18) + 76 X 18

4. Calculate the value of expression on the both sides of equality

1. 19 + (-3+9) = [19+(-3)] + 9

2. (-14+4)+5 = [4+5]+ (-14)

5. Prove that the following statements are false and give reason

1) 27-85 = 85-27

2)(76-6)-20 = 76-(6-20)

81

6. Multiply: 1) 100

1

3

X

25

36

2)

27

40 X

20

21

3)

65

85

1

3) 8 3

1

X3 2

6)

12

25

10

7. Divide: 1) 2÷ 11

X

10

18

8

2) 9

÷

7

10

÷

13

17

1

X9 4

4)

1

3

3

X 6 10

5) 4

3

8. Solve: 1) ( 4

+

5

2

)

X

1

6

3

2

(2) 3

2

÷( 1 3

1

- 2 15 )

**9 Multiply the decimals (1) 14.289 X 35.67 (2) 148.58 X 21.33 (3) 278.99 X 1.05
**

(4) 4.21 X 3.73 (5) 6.7 X 1.31 X 4.44

10. Find the quotients (1) 11.13/21 (2) 37.96/7.3 (3) 6.752/5.275 (4) 13.455/4.14

16. Simplify (1)

81 X 73 X 100

100 X 34 X 7

(2)

**11. Find square root of the following:
**

(1) 6084 (2) 10404 (3) 12544 (4) 7056 (5) 182.25 (6) 1296/2401 (7) 3 + 73/256

12. Express the following ratio in its simplest form :

(1) Rupees 6 and Rupees 7.50

(2) 20 hours to 24 hours

(3) 50 kilometers to 70 kilometers

(4) 6 kilogram to 10 kilogram

(5) Rupees 7.50 to Rupees 4

(6) 6 meter to 1 meter and 20 centimeter

(7) 700 millilitre to 1 litre

(8) 2 hours to 300 minute

13. Are two ratios: 56:88 and 7:11 equivalent.

14. Are two ratios: 30:50 and 50:75 equivalent.

15. Which of the following are proportional

(i) 9/12 and 10/15 (ii) 6/8 and 9/12 (iii) 3/8 and 9/32

16. Simplify (1)

81 X 73 X 100

100 X 34 X 7

17. Put <, > or = 1)

5)

3

8

___

4

10

−4

−3

10

7¿

(2)

2)

94 X a7 X b 4

35 X a4 X b 4

18 9

40¿ 20

3)

72

80

5 3 X 35 X 61 ( ) 22 X 4 X 73

(3) 32 X 251 4 82 X 71

___

9

10

4)

−6

11

_____

−11

20

18. Simplify (1) 1/8 + 5/12 + (-1/9) (2) 1/3 + (-3/4) + 7/8 (3)

19. Convert into decimal (1)

13

4

(2)

5

8

(3)

3

5

16

−7

6

1

(4) 7 12

+

3

8

(5)

+

1

4

2

11

**20. Write three equivalent rational numbers
**

1)

−3

2

2)

11

15

3) -2 4)

3

4

50

−5

4

Solve

1. The angles of a pentagon are in ratio 2:4:2:1: 1. If total measures of the angles of a pentagon is

540 degree. What are the measures of each angle?

2. The sides of rectangle piece of paper are in ratio 2:3:4 . If the area is 150sq. cm find length of its

side

3. Pravin and Ritesh have pocket money in ratio 5:3. If Pravin gives Rs.20 to Rittesh , Both of them

will have equal amount of money. How much did each of them have in the beginning

4. The cost of 8 books is Rs 488. Find the cost of 13 books.

5. The wages of 35 people is Rs 7175. If on another day the factory paid Rs 9225, how many people

worked on that day?

6. In an orchard,450 tress used 675 kg of manure. If 160 plants are planted more, how much manure

is required?

7. The sides of a triangle are in ratio 9:12:18. The longest side of the triangle measures 12

centimeter. What are length of other sides?

8. A train travels 90 kilometers in 1 and ½ hours . How long will it travel in 3 hours and 30 minutes

at the same speed?

9. Sonia reads 165 pages of book having 275 pages in 7 and ½ hours . How long will it take her to

read the rest of the book?

3

10. Rohan has a collection of stamps. His collection is 3 4 times that of Pranav’s collection of

stamps which is 320 stamps. How many stamps does Rohan have?

7

11. 1800 people attended a wedding reception 18

of them were men and

11

24

of them were

ladies. The remaining were children. What fraction of them were children and how many children

were present?

12. By how much is the sum of 14.28 and 11.219 greater than their difference?

13. By how much is the difference of 604 and 406.064 less than their sum?

14. If a pair of shoes cost rupees 106.35 and pair of socks costs rupees 18.65. How many sets of

shoes and socks can be bought with 1000 rupees?

15.

Swati, Soni and Sheetal invested rupees 20000, rupees 15000 and rupees 25000 respectively to

start a business. The earned Rs24960 as profit which they shared according to their investment.

How much did each get?

16. Two numbers are in the ratio 7:10. If the larger number is 140 what is the smaller number?

17. THE TOTAL NUMBER OF PET ANIMALS ARE 660

**A)How much total number of rodents are represented?
**

B) What is the number of dogs?

C)What is the number of cats?

D) In the figure below whose number is maximum and how much and whose number is minimum and

how much?

16 Ans the following using pie chart

**The total number of people travelling in the following vehicles are 1200 people
**

A How many people travel by train?

B What percentage of people travel by scooter?

C How many people travel by bus?

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