# ncert solutions for Class 7 maths

ncert solutions for Class 7 maths CH 1 Integers, CH 2 Fractions And Decimals, CH 3 Data Handling, CH 4 Simple Equations, CH 5 Lines And Angles, CH 6 The Triangle And Its Properties, CH 7 Congruence Of Triangles
CH 8 Comparing Quantities, Chapter 9 Rational Numbers CH 10 Practical Geometry, Chapter 11 Perimeter And Area, CH 12 Algebraic Expressions, CH 13 Exponents And Powers, CH 14 Symmetry, CH 15 Visualising Solid Shapes are available for downloading in pdf format below (maths ncert solutions are of ncert book of Class 7 maths):

CH – 1 Integers Exercise 1.2 Exercise 1.3 Exercise 1.4
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Recall
1.3 Properties Of Addition And Subtraction Of Integers
1.4 Multiplication Of Integers
1.5 Properties Of Multiplication Of Integers
1.6 Division Of Integers
1.7 Properties Of Division Of Integers

CH – 2 Fractions And Decimals Exercise 2.2 Exercise 2.3 Exercise 2.4 Exercise 2.5 Exercise 2.6 Exercise 2.7
2.1 Introduction
2.2 How Well Have You Learnt About Fractions?
2.3 Multiplication Of Fractions
2.4 Division Of Fractions
2.5 How Well Have You Learnt About Decimal Numbers
2.6 Multiplication Of Decimal Numbers
2.7 Division Of Decimal Numbers

CH – 3 Data Handling Exercise 3.2 Exercise 3.3 Exercise 3.4
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Collecting Data
3.3 Organisation Of Data
3.4 Representative Values
3.5 Arithmetic Mean
3.6 Mode
3.7 Median
3.8 Use Of Bar Graphs With A Different Purpose
3.9 Chance And Probability

CH – 4 Simple Equations Exercise 4.2 Exercise 4.3 Exercise 4.4
4.2 Setting Up Of An Equation.
4.3 Review Of What We Know.
4.4 What Equation Is?
4.5 More Equations.
4.6 From Solution To Equation.
4.7 Applications Of Simple Equations To Practical Situations.

CH – 5 Lines And Angles Exercise 5.2
5.1 Introduction.
5.2 Related Angles.
5.3 Pairs Of Lines.
5.4 Checking For Parallel Lines.

CH – 6 The Triangle And Its Properties Exercise 6.2 Exercise 6.3 Exercise 6.4 Exercise 6.5
6.1 Introduction.
6.2 Medians Of A Triangle.
6.3 Altitudes Of A Triangle.
6.4 Exterior Angle Of A Triangle And Its Property.
6.5 Angle Sum Property Of A Triangle.
6.6 Two Special Triangles : Equilateral And Isosceles.
6.7 Sum Of The Lengths Of Two Sides Of A Triangle.
6.8 Right-Angled Triangles And Pythagoras Property.

CH – 7 Congruence Of Triangles Exercise 7.2
7.1 Introduction.
7.2 Congruence Of Plane Figures.
7.3 Congruence Among Line Segments.
7.4 Congruence Of Angles.
7.5 Congruence Of Triangles.
7.6 Criteria For Congruence Of Triangles.
7.7 Congruence Among Right-Angled Triangles.

CH – 8 Comparing Quantities Exercise 8.2 Exercise 8.3
8.1 Introduction.
8.2 Equivalent Ratios.
8.3 Percentage – Another Way Of Comparing Quantities.
8.4 Use Of Percentages.
8.5 Prices Related To An Item Or Buying And Selling.
8.6 Charge Given On Borrowed Money Or Simple Interest.

Chapter 9 Rational Numbers Exercise 9.2
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Need For Rational Numbers.
9.3 What Are Rational Numbers?
9.4 Positive And Negative Rational Numbers.
9.5 Rational Numbers On A Number Line.
9.6 Rational Numbers In Standard Form.
9.7 Comparison Of Rational Numbers.
9.8 Rational Numbers Between Two Rational Number.
9.9 Operations On Rational Numbers.

CH – 10 Practical Geometry Exercise 10.2 Exercise 10.3 Exercise 10.4 Exercise 10.5
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Construction Of A Line Parallel To A Given Line, Through A Point Not On The Line.
10.3 Construction Of Triangles.
10.4 Constructing A Triangle When The Lengths Of Its Three Sides Are Known (SSS Criterion)
10.5 Constructing A Triangle When The Lengths Of Two Sides And The Measure Of The Angle Between Them Are Known. (SAS Criterion)
10.6 Constructing A Triangle When The Measures Of Two Of Its Angles And The Length Of The Side Included Between Them Is Given. (ASA Criterion)
10.7 Constructing A Right-Angled Triangle When The Length Of One Leg And Its Hypotenuse Are Given (RHS Criterion).

Chapter 11 Perimeter And Area Exercise 11.2 Exercise 11.3 Exercise 11.4
11.1 Introduction.
11.2 Squares And Rectangles.
11.3 Area Of A Parallelogram.
11.4 Area Of A Triangle.
11.5 Circles.
11.6 Conversion Of Units.
11.7 Applications.

CH – 12 Algebraic Expressions Exercise 12.2 Exercise 12.3 Exercise 12.4
12.1 Introduction.
12.2 How Are Expressions Formed?
12.3 Terms Of An Expression.
12.4 Like And Unlike Terms.
12.5 Monomials, Binomials, Trinomials And Polynomials.
12.6 Addition And Subtraction Of Algebraic Expressions.
12.7 Finding The Value Of An Expression.
12.8 Using Algebraic Expressions – Formulas And Rules.

CH – 13 Exponents And Powers Exercise 13.2 Exercise 13.3
13.1 Introduction.
13.2 Exponents.
13.3 Laws Of Exponents.
13.4 Miscellaneous Examples Using The Laws Of Exponents.
13.5 Decimal Number System.
13.6 Expressing Large Numbers In The Standard Form.
14. Symmetry.

CH – 14 Symmetry Exercise 14.2 Exercise 14.3
14.2 Lines Of Symmetry For Regular Polygons.
14.3 Rotational Symmetry.
14.4 Line Symmetry And Rotational Symmetry.

CH – 15 Visualising Solid Shapes Exercise 15.2 Exercise 15.3 Exercise 15.4
15.1 Introduction: Plane Figures And Solid Shapes.
15.2 Faces, Edges And Vertices.
15.3 Nets For Building 3-D Shapes.
15.4 Drawing Solids On A Flat Surface.
15.5 Viewing Different Sections Of A Solid