RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 7 Maths Exercise 4B Chapter 4 Rational Numbers

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1. Represent each of the following rational numbers on the number line:

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2. Which of the two rational numbers is greater in each of the following pairs?
(i) (5/6) or 0

Solution:-

Since every positive rational number is greater than 0.

We have:

= (5/6) > (0)

(ii) (-3/5) or 0

Solution:-

Since every negative rational number is less than 0.

We have:

= (-3/5) < 0

(iii) (5/8) or (3/8)

Solution:-

Since both denominators are same therefore compare the numerators.

We have,

= 5 > 3

∴ (5/8) > (3/8)

(iv) (7/9) or (-5/9)

Solution:-

Since both denominators are same therefore compare the numerators.

We have,

= 7 > -5

∴ (7/9) > (-5/9)

(v) (-6/11) or (5/11)

Solution:-

Since both denominators are same therefore compare the numerators.

We have,

= -6 < 5

∴ (-6/11) < (5/11)

(vi) (-15/4) or (-17/4)

Solution:-

Since both denominators are same therefore compare the numerators.

We have,

= -15 > -17

∴ (-15/4) > (-17/4)

3. Which of the two rational number is grater in each of the following pairs?
(i) (5/9) or (-3/8)

Solution:-

The LCM of the denominators 9 and 8 is 72

∴ (5/9) = [(5×8)/ (9×8)] = (40/72)

and (-3/8) = [(-3×9)/ (8×9)] = (-27/72)

Now, 40 > -27

⇒ (40/72) > (-27/72)

Hence, (5/9) > (-3/8)

∴ 5/9 is greater.

(ii) (4/-3) or (-8/7)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (4/-3)

= [(4× (-1))/ (-3×-1)]

= (-4/3)

The LCM of the denominators 3 and 7 is 21

∴ (-4/3) = [(-4×7)/ (3×7)] = (-28/21)

and (-8/7) = [(-8×3)/ (7×3)] = (-24/21)

Now, -28 < -24

⇒ (-28/21) < (-24/21)

⇒ (-4/3) < (-8/7)

Hence, (4/-3) < (-8/7)

∴ -8/7 is greater.

(iii) (-12/5) or -3

Solution:-

The LCM of the denominators 5 and 1 is 5

∴ (-12/5) = [(-12×1)/ (5×1)] = (-12/5)

and (-3/1) = [(-3×5)/ (1×5)] = (-15/5)

Now, -12 > -15

⇒ (-12/5) > (-15/5)

Hence, (-12/5) > (-3)

∴ -3 is greater.

(iv) (7/-9) or (-5/8)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (7/-9)

= [(7× (-1))/ (-9×-1)]

= (-7/9)

The LCM of the denominators 9 and 8 is 72

∴ (-7/9) = [(-7×8)/ (9×8)] = (-56/72)

and (-5/8) = [(-5×9)/ (8×9)] = (-45/72)

Now, -56 < -45

⇒ (-56/72) < (-45/72)

⇒ (-7/9) < (-5/8)

Hence, (7/-9) < (-5/8)

∴ (-5/8) is greater.

(v) (4/-5) or (-7/8)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (4/-5)

= [(4× (-1))/ (-5×-1)]

= (-4/5)

The LCM of the denominators 5 and 8 is 40

∴ (-4/5) = [(-4×8)/ (5×8)] = (-32/40)

and (-7/8) = [(-7×5)/ (8×5)] = (-35/40)

Now, -32 > -35

⇒ (-32/40) > (-35/40)

⇒ (-4/5) > (-7/8)

Hence, (4/-5) > (-7/8)

∴ (4/-5) is greater.

(vi) (9/-13) or (7/-12)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

One number = (9/-13)

= [(9× (-1))/ (-13×-1)]

= (-9/13)

One number = (7/-12)

= [(7× (-1))/ (-12×-1)]

= (-7/12)

The LCM of the denominators 13 and 12 is 156

∴ (-9/13) = [(-9×12)/ (13×12)] = (-108/156)

and (-7/12) = [(-7×13)/ (12×13)] = (-91/156)

Now, -108 < -91

⇒ (-108/156) < (-91/156)

⇒ (-9/13) < (-7/12)

Hence, (9/-13) < (7/-12)

∴ (7/-12) is greater.

4. Fill in the blanks with the correct symbol out of >, < and =:
(i) (-3/7)….. (6/-13)

Solution:-

(-3/7) > (6/-13)

Because,

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (6/-13)

= [(6× (-1))/ (-13×-1)]

= (-6/13)

The LCM of the denominators 7 and 13 is 91

∴ (-3/7) = [(-3×13)/ (7×13)] = (-39/91)

and (-6/13) = [(-6×7)/ (13×7)] = (-42/91)

Now, -39 > -42

⇒ (-39/91) > (-42/91)

⇒ (-3/7) > (-6/13)

Hence, (-3/7) > (6/-13)

(ii) (5/-13)…. (-35/91)

Solution:-

(5/-13)= (-35/91)

Because,

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (5/-13)

= [(5× (-1))/ (-13×-1)]

= (-5/13)

The LCM of the denominators 13 and 91 is 91

∴ (-5/13) = [(-5×7)/ (13×7)] = (-35/91)

and (-35/91) = [(-35×1)/ (91×1)] = (-35/91)

Now, -35 = -35

⇒ (-35/91) = (-35/91)

⇒ (-5/13) = (-35/91)

Hence, (5/-13) = (-35/91)

(iii) -2…. (-13/5)

Solution:-

-2 > (-13/5)

Because,

The LCM of the denominators 1 and 5 is 5

∴ (-2/1) = [(-2×5)/ (1×5)] = (-10/5)

and (-13/5) = [(-13×1/ (5×1)] = (-13/5)

Now, -10 > -13

⇒ (-10/5) > (-13/5)

Hence, -2 > (-13/5)

(iv) (-2/3)…. (5/-8)

Solution:-

(-2/3) < (5/-8)

Because,

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (5/-8)

= [(5× (-1))/ (-8×-1)]

= (-5/8)

The LCM of the denominators 3 and 8 is 24

∴ (-2/3) = [(-2×8)/ (3×8)] = (-16/24)

and (-5/8) = [(-5×3)/ (8×3)] = (-15/24)

Now, -16 = -15

⇒ (-16/24) < (-15/24)

⇒ (-2/3) < (-5/8)

Hence, (-2/3) < (5/-8)

(v) 0….. (-3/-15)

Solution:-

0 < (-3/-15)

Because,

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

= (-3/-15)

= [(-3× (-1))/ (-15×-1)]

= (3/15)

The LCM of the denominators 1 and 15 is 15

∴ (0/1) = [(0×15)/ (1×15)] = (0/15)

and (3/15) = [(3×1)/ (15×1)] = (3/15)

Now, 0 < 3

⇒ (0/15) < (3/15)

⇒ 0 < (3/15)

Hence, 0 < (-3/-15)

(vi) (-8/9)…… (-9/10)

Solution:-

(-8/9) > (-9/10)

The LCM of the denominators 9 and 10 is 90

∴ (-8/9) = [(-8×10)/ (9×10)] = (-80/90)

and (-9/10) = [(-9×9)/ (10×9)] = (-81/90)

Now, -80 > -81

⇒ (-80/90) > (-81/90)

Hence, (-8/9) > (-9/10)

5. Arrange the following rational numbers in ascending order:
(i) (2/5), (7/10), (8/15), (13/30)

Solution:-

LCM of 5, 10, 15 and 30 is 30

Now,

(2/5) = [(2×6)/ (5×6)] = (12/30)

(7/10) = [(7×3)/ (10×3)] = (21/30)

(8/15) = [(8×2)/ (15×2)] = (16/30)

(13/30) = [(13×1)/ (30×1)] = (13/30)

Clearly,

(12/30) < (13/30) < (16/30) < (21/30)

Hence,

(2/5) < (13/30) < (16/30) < (21/30)

(ii) (-3/4), (5/-12), (-7/16), (9/-24)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

(5/-12) = [(5× (-1))/ (-12×-1)]

= (-5/12)

(9/-24) = [(9× (-1))/ (-24×-1)]

= (-9/24)

LCM of 4, 12, 16 and 24 is 48

Now,

(-3/4)= [(-3×12)/ (4×12)] = (-36/48)

(-5/12)= [(-5×4)/ (12×4)] = (-20/48)

(-7/16)= [(-7×3)/ (16×3)] = (-21/48)

(-9/24)= [(-9×2)/ (24×2)] = (-18/48)

Clearly,

(-36/48)< (-21/48) < (-20/48) < (-18/48)

Hence,

(-3/4)< (-7/16) < (5/-12) < (9/-24)

(iii) (-3/10), (7/-15), (-11/20), (17/-30)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

(7/-15) = [(7× (-1))/ (-15×-1)]

= (-7/15)

(17/-30)= [(17× (-1))/ (-30×-1)]

= (-17/30)

LCM of 10, 15, 20 and 30 is 60

Now,

(-3/10)= [(-3×6)/ (10×6)] = (-18/60)

(-7/15)= [(-7×4)/ (15×4)] = (-28/60)

(-11/20)= [(-11×3)/ (20×3)] = (-33/60)

(-17/30)= [(-13×2)/ (30×2)] = (-26/60)

Clearly,

(-33/60)< (-28/60) < (-26/60) < (-18/60)

Hence,

(-11/20)< (-7/15) < (-17/30) < (-3/10)

(iv) (2/3), (3/4), (5/-6), (-7/12)

Solution:-

First we write each of the given numbers with a positive denominator.

(5/-6) = [(5× (-1))/ (-6×-1)]

= (-5/6)

LCM of 3, 4, 6 and 12 is 12

Now,

(2/3)= [(2×4)/ (3×4)] = (8/12)

(3/4)= [(3×3)/ (4×3)] = (9/12)

(-5/6)= [(-5×2)/ (6×2)] = (-10/12)

(-7/12)= [(-7×1)/ (12×1)] = (-7/12)

Clearly,

(-10/12)< (-7/12) < (8/12) < (9/12)

Hence,

(-5/6)< (-7/15) < (2/3) < (3/4)


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