(1) \[x<y\] |
(2) \[x=y\] |
(3) \[x>y\] |
A) Both 1 and 2 done clear
B) Both 2 and 3 done clear
C) Only 3 done clear
D) 1, 2 and 3 done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer2) Which of the following statements is true?
A) 1 and -1 are reciprocal of themselves. done clear
B) Zero has no reciprocal. done clear
C) The product of two rational numbers is a rational number. done clear
D) All of these done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[\frac{4}{9}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{71}{63}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{2}{9}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{71}{126}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) 64 done clear
B) \[-64\] done clear
C) \[-9\] done clear
D) 9 done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[\frac{36}{48}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{25}{64}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{27}{49}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{27}{64}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer6) A rational number \[\frac{-2}{3}\]
A) Lies to the left side of 0 on the number line. done clear
B) Lies to the right side of 0 on the number line. done clear
C) Is not possible to represent on the number line. done clear
D) None of these done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) p is true and q is false. done clear
B) p is false and q is true. done clear
C) Both p and q are true. done clear
D) Both p and q are false. done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[\frac{9}{119}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{95}{119}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{19}{119}\] done clear
D) \[1\frac{9}{119}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA)
P | Q | R |
Integers | additive identity | 1 |
B)
P | Q | R |
Integers | additive inverse | 1 |
C)
P | Q | R |
Whole numbers | additive identity | 0 |
D)
P | Q | R |
Rational numbers | additive inverse | 1 |
question_answer10) Which of the following sum is in the simplest form?
A) \[\frac{4}{9}+\frac{-5}{9}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{-2}{5}+\frac{13}{20}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{-5}{12}+\frac{11}{-12}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{-7}{8}+\frac{1}{12}+\frac{2}{3}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[63\frac{4}{81}\] done clear
B) \[-23\frac{7}{9}\] done clear
C) \[-67\frac{7}{9}\] done clear
D) \[12\frac{6}{17}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) done clear
B) done clear
C) done clear
D) done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer13) Which of the following options is arranged in descending order?
A) \[\frac{1}{4},\frac{6}{4},\frac{16}{9},\frac{25}{4}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{-3}{6},\frac{-4}{3},\frac{-9}{4},\frac{-13}{4}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{-5}{8},\frac{-3}{8},\frac{0}{8},\frac{1}{8}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{-7}{4},\frac{-3}{4},\frac{5}{4},\frac{8}{3}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer14) Which of the following options are equivalent rational numbers?
A) \[\frac{1}{4}\]and \[\frac{-4}{-16}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{-2}{3}\]-and \[\frac{8}{12}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{12}{15}\] and \[\frac{10}{18}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{27}{54}\] and \[\frac{3}{2}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[\frac{-8}{37}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{-5}{12}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{6}{31}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{3}{12}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) 6 done clear
B) 7 done clear
C) 8 done clear
D) 4 done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[\frac{1}{12}\] done clear
B) \[\frac{11}{12}\] done clear
C) \[\frac{3}{4}\] done clear
D) \[\frac{1}{6}\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) 460 done clear
B) 400 done clear
C) 360 done clear
D) 300 done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[29\frac{1}{6}\,kg\] done clear
B) \[33\frac{1}{6}\,kg\] done clear
C) \[\frac{173}{6}\,kg\] done clear
D) \[\frac{177}{6}\,kg\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowA) \[\frac{1}{42}km\] done clear
B) \[\frac{1}{43}km\] done clear
C) \[\frac{30}{42}km\] done clear
D) \[\frac{11}{42}km\] done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer21) Match the following.
Column-I | Column-II |
(i) Divide the sum of \[\frac{12}{5}\]and \[\frac{13}{7}\]by the product of \[\frac{-4}{7}\] and \[\frac{-1}{2}\] The result obtained is | (p) \[\frac{7}{10}\] |
(ii) Niharika spent \[\frac{3}{4}\]of her pocket money. She spent \[\frac{1}{2}\]of it on a book, \[\frac{1}{6}\] on a movie and rest for a dress. ___ part of her pocket money she spend on the dress. | (q) \[3\frac{19}{28}\] |
(iii) If 35 shirts of equal size can be stitched from \[\frac{49}{2}\] metres of cloth. The length (in m) of doth required for each shirt is | |
(r) 14? | |
(iv) Two packets of chocolates weigh \[\frac{9}{4}\] kg and \[\frac{10}{7}\] kg respectively. The total weight (in kg) of the chocolates is | (s) \[\frac{1}{4}\] |
A) (i)\[\to \](p); (ii)\[\to \](q); (iii)\[\to \](r); (iv)\[\to \](s) done clear
B) (i)\[\to \](r); (ii)\[\to \](s); (iii)\[\to \](p); (iv)\[\to \](q) done clear
C) (i)\[\to \](p); (ii)\[\to \](r); (iii)\[\to \](s); (iv)\[\to \](q) done clear
D) (i)\[\to \](r); (ii)\[\to \](p); (iii)\[\to \](s); (iv)\[\to \](q) done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer22) Which of the following options hold?
(1) Every integer is a rational number and every fraction is a rational number. |
(2) A rational number \[\frac{p}{q}\] is positive if p and q are either both positive or both negative. |
(3) A rational number \[\frac{p}{q}\] is negative if one of p and q is positive and other is negative. |
(4) If there are two rational numbers with common denominator then the one with the larger numerator is larger than the other. |
A) Both 1 and 4 are correct done clear
B) Both 2 and 3 are incorrect done clear
C) Only 1 is correct done clear
D) All are correct done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer23) Study the following statements.
Statement 1: Rational numbers are always closed under division. |
Statement 2: Division by zero is not defined. |
A) Both Statement -1 and Statement - 2 are true. done clear
B) Statement -1 is true but Statement - 2 is false. done clear
C) Statement -1 is false but Statement - 2 is true. done clear
D) Both Statement" 1 and Statement - 2 are false. done clear
View Solution play_arrowquestion_answer24) State T for true and T' for false.
(i) Every rational number can be expressed with a positive numerator. |
(ii) \[\frac{3}{11}\] cannot be represented as a non-terminating repeating decimal. |
(iii) If \[\frac{p}{q}\]and \[\frac{r}{s}\]are two terminating decimals, then \[\frac{p}{q}\times \frac{r}{s}\] is also a terminating decimal. |
(iv) If \[\frac{p}{q}\] is a non-terminating repeating decimal and \[\frac{r}{s}\] is a terminating decimal, then \[\left( \frac{p}{q}\div \frac{r}{s} \right)\] is a terminating decimal, |
A)
(i) | (ii) | (iii) | (iv) |
F | F | F | T |
B)
(i) | (ii) | (iii) | (iv) |
F | T | F | T |
C)
(i) | (ii) | (iii) | (iv) |
T | F | T | F |
D)
(i) | (ii) | (iii) | (iv) |
T | F | F | T |
question_answer25) Fill In the blanks.
(i) The number P is neither positive nor negative rational number. |
(ii) There are Q number of rational numbers between two rational numbers, |
(iii) A rational number is defined as a number which can be expressed in the form of \[\frac{p}{q},\] where p and q are R and q is not equal to S. |
A)
P | Q | R | S |
1 | limited | whole numbers | 0 |
B)
P | Q | R | S |
0 | Limited | integers | 1 |
C)
P | Q | R | S |
1 | Unlimited | whole numbers | 0 |
D)
P | Q | R | S |
0 | unlimited | integers | 0 |
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