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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

express -4/7 as a rational number with numerator 12  

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

EXPRESS 3/4 AS A RATIONAL NUMBER WITH DENOMINATOR -60  

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Reduce to lowest form and check which fraction is greater out of the following pair of fractions: (a)      (b)

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Express the following fractions in the decreasing order of magnitude:

3 3 over 5 space comma space fraction numerator minus 8 over denominator 14 end fraction comma space 4 1 half comma 19 over 38 comma 6 1 half comma fraction numerator minus 22 over denominator 110 end fraction


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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

What numbers must be added to the numerator and denominator of to get a fraction equivalent to ?

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Rashid drank  part of a glass of milk while Raju drank part of it. Who drank lesser part?

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Find the highest value out of the following:

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Mr. Jones finished correcting of that week's homework assignments. Miss Smith finished correcting of that week's homework assignments. Which teacher corrected a greater fraction of homework assignments?

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Compare the following pair of fractions: (a) , (b) ,

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

From the following proper fractions, find the fractions that are equivalent to each other: (a) , , (b) , ,

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Arrange the following fractions in ascending order:

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Express the following fractions in the increasing order of magnitude:

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Arrange the following fractions in descending order:

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Find which is greater among the following fractions: (a) , (b)

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