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Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

    (vii)     \frac{3}{13}\div \left (\frac{-4}{65} \right )

Given:  Simplifying it: we get

Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

 

    (vi)     \frac{-7}{12}\div \left (\frac{-2}{3} \right )

Given:  Simplifying it: we get

Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

    (v)     \frac{-2}{13}\div \frac{1}{7}

Given:  Simplifying it: we get

Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

    (iv)     \frac{-1}{8}\div \frac{3}{4}

Given:  Simplifying it:

Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

    (iii)     \frac{-4}{5}\div (-3) 

Given:  So, dividing  with -3, we get

Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

    (ii)      \frac{-3}{5}\div 2

Given  Dividing   with 2 we get,

Q 4.     Find the value of:

 

    (i)     (-4)\div \frac{2}{3}

Given:  Dividing  by  , we get

Q 3.     Find the product:

 

    (vi)     \frac{3}{-5}\times \frac{-5}{3}

Given product: 

Q 3.     Find the product:

 

    (v)     \frac{3}{11}\times \frac{2}{5}

Given product: 

Q 3.     Find the product:

 

    (iv)     \frac{3}{7}\times \left (\frac{-2}{5} \right )

Given product 

Q 3.     Find the product:

 

    (iii)    \frac{-6}{5}\times \frac{9}{11}

Given product:  The value of given product is

Q 3.     Find the product:

 

    (ii)     \frac{3}{10}\times (-9)

Given  So the value 

Q 3.     Find the product:

 

    (i)     \frac{9}{2}\times\left ( \frac{-7}{4} \right )

Given product:    

Q 2.     Find

 

    (v)     -2\frac{1}{9}-6

Given:  LCM of 9 and 1 will be, 9 Hence, 

Q 2.     Find

 

    (iv)    \frac{-3}{8}-\frac{7}{11}     

Given : LCM of 8 and 11 is 88, then

Q 2.     Find

 

    (ii)     \frac{-6}{13}-\left (\frac{-7}{15} \right )

Q 2.     Find

 

    (ii)     \frac{5}{63}-\left (\frac{-6}{21} \right )

Given   : LCM of 63 and 21 is 63,  Then we have;

Q 2.     Find

 

    (i)     \frac{7}{24} -\frac{17}{36}

Given sum:  We have LCM of 24 and 36 will be, 72 Hence, 

Q 1.     Find the sum:

 

    (vii)     -2\frac{1}{3}+4\frac{3}{5}

Given the sum:  Taking the LCM of 3 and 5 we have: 15  

Q 1.     Find the sum:

    (vi)     \frac{-2}{3}+0

Given sum:   Adding any number to zero we get, the number itself Hence, 
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