- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 1: Integers
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 2: Fractions and Decimals
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 3: Data Handling
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 4: Simple Equations
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 5: Lines and Angles
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 6: The Triangle and its Properties
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 7: Congruence of Triangles
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 8: Comparing Quantities
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 9: Rational Numbers
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 10: Practical Geometry
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 12: Algebraic Expressions
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 13: Exponents and Powers
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 14: Symmetry
- NCERT Solutions for Class 7th Maths Chapter 15: Visualising Solid Shapes

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sir,rational numbers kaise nikaal sakte hai ,method samjha dijiye

There are an infinite number of rational numbers between any two given

rational numbers.

Say you have to find 6 rational numbers between 3/5 and 4/5.

Write 3/5 and 4/5 as numbers with a larger denominator. You can multiply both numerator and denominator by a number. For example

3/5 (num and den multiplied by 7) = 21/35

4/5 = 28/35

Now by simply writing in descending or ascending order simple numbers between the numerator, you can write rational numbers between 3/5 and 4/5

In this case

22/35, 23/35, 24/35, 25/35, 26/35, 27/35