RD Sharma Solutions Class 7 Fractions

RD Sharma Solutions Class 7 Chapter 2

We come across fractions in our day to day life. A small example would be pizza, when we cut it into parts we get several fractions. If we cut into one-half (½) or into one-quarter(¼), in terms of a fraction, the top number indicates how many slices of pizza we have and the bottom number indicates how many equal sizes pizzas were cut into. In simple words  “A fraction represents any number of equal parts”.

There are different types of fractions i.e proper, improper and mixed & equivalent fractions. The questions from fractions include comparing fractions, subtracting or adding fractions, multiplying two fractions, etc. The RD Sharma book for class 7 includes several exercises for practice.

The students having confusion while solving RD Sharma questions can clear their respective doubts as the RD Sharma solutions for class 7 is given here for the chapter fractions. The solutions are stepwise and detailed to make learning easy for students.

Practise This Question

Sum of (267 + 345) + 21 and 267 + (345 + 21) will be same.