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RD Sharma Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 2: Fractions

Fraction is nothing but representing equal parts of a whole number. To be more precise, imagine dividing a whole number into equal parts. Then, each part is a fraction of the whole. For instance, a pizza is divided into four equal parts, so each part is one-fourth. So, it can be written as 1/4 each.

Similarly, fractions can also be represented as equal parts of a set or collection. For example, there are a total of 10 students. However, 7 out of those 10 are girls. So, the fraction here is 7/10. Likewise, 3 out of 10 are boys, so it can be written as 3/10. One basic thing to understand about fractions is their notation. A fraction has two different parts. The digits on top of the line are called the numerator, while the bottom is the denominator. The numerator tells how many equal parts of the collection or the whole number are taken, whereas the denominator indicates the total number of equal parts in a whole or a collection.

The RD Sharma Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 2 fractions deal with various basic concepts about fractions. In this topic, one can assess how good they are at this particular topic and enhance their knowledge. Firstly, the multiplication of fractions is taught to the students where they learn how to multiply different fraction numbers without too many difficulties. Some examples of multiplication of fractions are as follows,

(2/3) * (4/5) = (8/15)
(1/4) * (3/5) = (3/20)

Here, one should keep in mind that they should only multiply the denominator and denominator. Another topic is the division of fractions. This one is the exact opposite of multiplication. Here is how you can solve, 3646 = (3/6) * (6/4) = 3/4

One thing to remember is that dividing two fractions is like multiplying the 1st fraction by the reciprocal of the 2nd fraction. So, at first, you need to reverse the numerator and the denominator of the 2nd fraction and then multiply it with the 1st fraction.

 

 

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