Here is the RD Sharma solution for class 7 for the chapter “Algebraic Expressions”. The very first thought that comes to our mind when we here term Algebra, is the usage of alphabets or letters, wherein these letters represents numbers. The letters are stated as literal symbols whereas numbers are stated as numerical symbols. For instance ‘b’ represents 5 and ‘c’ represents 4, then b+c represents 9. If ‘b’ represents 5 and ‘c’ represents 2 then b-c represents 3.
Similarly, if ‘b’ represents 6 and ‘c’ represents 5 then b*c represents 30. We make use of horizontal division bar in algebra. For instance: ‘b’ represents 10 and ‘c’ represents 2 then b/c is equal to 5.
The Rd Sharma textbooks are based on the latest CBSE syllabus according to the CCE guidelines. Now learn in depth both terms, parenthesis, the order of expression along with detailed RD Sharma class 7 solutions for Algebraic Expressions from the links mentioned in the table below.
|Chapter 7 Algebraic Expressions|
|Algebraic Expressions Exercise 7.1||Algebraic Expressions Exercise 7.2|
|Algebraic Expressions Exercise 7.3||Algebraic Expressions Exercise 7.4|