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# RD Sharma Solutions - Ex-5.4 & Ex-5.5, Operations On Rational Numbers, Class 7, Math Class 7 Notes | EduRev

## Class 7 : RD Sharma Solutions - Ex-5.4 & Ex-5.5, Operations On Rational Numbers, Class 7, Math Class 7 Notes | EduRev

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Ex-5.4

Q1. Divide:

Solution.        Q2. Find the value and express as a rational number in standard form:

Solution.    Q3. The product of two rational numbers is 15. If one of the numbers is -10, find the other.

Solution.

Let the number to be found be x Hence the number is Q4. The product of two rational numbers is −8/9. If one of the numbers is −4/15, find the other.

Solution.

Let the number to be found be x Hence the number is x = 10/3

Q5. By what number should we multiply −1/6 so that the product may be −23/9?

Solution.

Let the number to be found be x Hence the number is x = 46/3

Q6. By what number should we multiply −15/28 so that the product may be −5/7?

Solution.

Let the number to be found be x Hence the number is x = 4/3

Q7. By what number should we multiply −8/13 so that the product may be 24?

Solution.

Let the number to be found be x Hence the number is x=−39

Q8. By what number should −3/4 be multiplied in order to produce −2/3?

Solution.

Let the number to be found be x Hence the number is x = −39

Q9. Find (x + y)÷(x —y), if

Solution.       Q10. The cost of metres of rope is Rs. Find its cost per metre.

Solution. metres of rope cost= Rs  Cost per metre  Q11. The cost of metres of cloth is Rs Find the cost of cloth per metre.

Solution. metres of rope cost =  Cost per metre  Q12. By what number should −33/16 be divided to get  −11/4?

Solution. The number is x = 3/4

Q13. Divide the sum of −13/5 and 12/7 by the product of −31/7 and −1/2

Solution.  Q14. Divide the sum of 65/12 and 8/3 by their difference.

Solution.  Q15. If 24 trousers of equal size can be prepared in 54 metres of cloth, what length of cloth is required for each trouser?

Solution.

Length of cloth required for each trouser = 54/24

= 94metres

9/4mmetres of cloth is required to make each trouser

Ex-5.5

Q1. Find six rational numbers between −4/8 and 3/8

We know that

-4,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3

Therefore Hence 6 rational numbers between Q2. Find 10 rational numbers between 7/13 and −4/13

We know that

76543210-1-2-3-4

Therefore Hence the 10 rational numbers between 7/13 and −4/13 are Q3. State true or false:

(i) Between any two distinct integers there is always an integer.

FALSE

(ii) Between any two distinct rational numbers there is always a rational number.

TRUE

(iii) Between any two distinct rational numbers there are infinitely many rational numbers.

TRUE

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