### CBSE Class 7 Maths Syllabus

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Integers

Fractions and Decimals

- B.1Let’s recal fractions
- B.2Multiplication of Fractions (fraction x whole number & fractionx fraction)
- B.3Division of fractions (whole number/fraction; reciprocal of a fraction; fraction/whole number; fraction/fraction)

- B.5Multiplication & Division of Decimal Numbers (decimal x decimal; decimal x whole number; decimal x 10, 100, 1000)

- B.7Word Problems on Fractions and Decimal Numbers

Data Handling

Simple Equations

Lines and Angles

Practical Geometry

- F.1Construction of a line parallel to a given line, through a point not on the line
- F.2Construction of Triangles : An idea
- F.3Constructing a triangle when the lengh of its sides are known (SSS Criterion)
- F.4Constructing a triangle when the length its two sides and the measure of the angle between them are known (SAS Criterion)
- F.5Constructing a triangle when the measure of two of its angles and the length of the side included between them is given (ASA Criterion)
- F.6Constructing a Right-Angled Triangle when the length of one leg and its Hypotenous are given (RHS Criterion)

The Triangle and its Properties

Congruence of triangles

Comparing Quantities

- I.1Comparing Quantities
- I.2Equivalent Ratios
- I.3Percentage : Another way of comparing quantities
- I.4Converting fractional and decimal numbers to percentage
- I.5Converting percentage to fractions or decimal numbers
- I.6Uses of Percentage : Interpreting and converting percentages
- I.7Uses of Percentage : Ratio to Percent, Increase of Decrease as percent
- I.8Profit or Loss as Percentage
- I.9Introduction to simple interest for one and multiple years

Rational numbers

- J.1Introduction to rational numbers and their need
- J.2Positive and negative natural numbers and their representation on number line
- J.3Rational numbers in standard form
- J.4Representation of rational number as a decimal
- J.5Comparison of rational numbers
- J.6Rational numbers between two rational numbers
- J.7Operations in rational numbers
- J.8Word problems on rational numbers (all operations)

Perimeter and Area

Algebraic Expressions

- L.1Introduction: Formation of an equation
- L.2Terms of an expression : Factors and coefficients of a term
- L.3Like and unlike terms : Monomials, Binomials, Trinomials and Polynomials
- L.4Addition and subtraction of algebraic expressions
- L.5Finding the value of an expression
- L.6Using algebraic expression – formulas and rules [Perimeter formula; area formula]
- L.7Simple linear equations
- L.8Patterns in numbers and geometry

Exponents and Powers

Symmetry

- N.1Recalling reflection symmetry
- N.2Line Symmetry
- N.3Rotational Symmetry
- N.4A comparison between line symmetry and rotational symmetry