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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

How to convert the following into decimal how to convert
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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Convert the following into lowest form and then convert into decimal : (a)(b)(c)(d)  

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Five swimmers entered into a competition. Four of the swimmers have had their turns. Their timings are 9.8 sec, 9.75 sec, 9.79 sec, and 9.81 sec. What timing must the last swimmer set in order to win the competition?  

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

If 58 out of 100 students in a school are boys, then write a decimal for the part of the school that consists of boys.

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Write the following decimal numbers in the expanded form : (a) 50.9 (b) 276.05 (c) 9.047

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

To make a miniature truck, we need tires with a diameter between 1.465 cm and 1.472 cm. Will a tire that is 1.4691 cm in diameter work? Explain why or why not. 

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Represent the following decimal numbers on the number line: (a) 0.5 (b) 0.9

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Write each fraction as a decimal:

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(b) 

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Find which is greater? (a) 0.2 or 0.02 (b) 5.06 or 5.60 (c) 0.9 or 0.99

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Express as rupee using decimals: (a) 20 paise (b) 250 paise (c) 9 paise (d) 75 paise

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Set the numbers in the order from the least to the greatest: (a) 8.9, 8.1, 5.3, 5.6, 9.2 (b) 2.25, 2.50, 2.75, 2.20

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CBSE - VII - Mathematics - Fractions and Decimals

Write as a decimal number: (a) Sixty-two and eighteen hundredths  (b) Seventy-four and four tenths (c) Fifty-two and thirty-three hundredths (d) Twenty-seven and six hundredths

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