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This worksheet involves a variety of problems on division of fractional numbers. It will give the learners an overall practice on division of fractional numbers. it will help in boosting their confidence and will build their knowledge by practicing every type of sums.

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This topic would deal with problems on division of fractional number. We are familiar with the fact that division of fraction with another fraction involves multiplying the fraction with the reciprocal or multiplicative inverse of another fraction. The same concept would be

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We are already learnt division of fractional numbers. It is basically multiplication of the first fraction with the reciprocal or multiplicative inverse of another fractional number. In case of finding the multiplicative inverse we actually interchange the numerator and

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This topic discusses about division of a whole number by a fraction. In this we have to divide the whole number that is positive integers including zero by a fractional number. When dividing a whole number by a fraction we actually multiply the whole number by the

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This topic would discuss about division of a fractional number with another fractional number. In this case if any one or both of the fractional number are in mixed fraction then we will have to change that mixed fraction into improper fraction.

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This topic would discuss on dividing a fraction by a whole number. Whole numbers are numbers from 0 to infinity i.e. {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9……} They are not represented in numerator and denominator form. However, for the purpose of division and multiplication of the

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Here few problems are illustrated on multiplication of fractional numbers. This will give the learners an outline about how story sums on multiplication of fractions are solved. It will also provide the learners a better understanding of application on multiplication of

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This worksheet will provide a variety of sums on multiplication of fraction for practice. It will help in clear understanding of the topic multiplication on fraction. It will also develop confidence and better in-depth knowledge on the topic.

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We know that when a fraction is multiplied by its reciprocal the result is always 1. This reciprocal is also known as multiplicative inverse. In order to find out the multiplicative inverse of a fraction the following points are to be kept in mind.

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We have previously discussed about multiplication of fractional number. However there are few properties of multiplication of fractional numbers which can be applied in certain cases in order to make calculation easier and faster. These properties are helpful in better

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This topic deals with multiplication of a fraction by another fraction. For eg : 3/7 by 5/11. Here both the numbers are in numerator and denominator form. Here are few examples to show multiplication of fraction by another fraction

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This topic deals with multiplication of a whole number i.e. (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7…….) by a fraction i.e. a number in p/q form. When we are multiplying a whole number with a fraction or fractional number then first we have to change that whole number into fraction just by

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This topic discusses about multiplication of a whole number by a fraction. Whole numbers are positive integers starting from zero to infinity. The fractions are always in numerator and denominator form whereas, whole numbers are not.

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Multiplication is a repeated addition as if we add a group of numbers or a single number again and again then actually we are doing multiplication. Let us understand it with an example: Table of 2 2 × 1 =2 2 × 2 = 4 2 × 3 = 6 2 × 4 = 8 2 × 5 = 10 2 × 6 =12 2 × 7 =14

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Integers are positive and negative number including zero and does not include the fractional part. We will discuss about the rules for subtracting of integers. There are certain rules which will help us in better understanding of subtraction of integers.

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Integers are positive, negative numbers including zero and do not include any fractional part. This topic will cover the rules for adding integers. There are certain rules which will help us in understanding how: •Two positive integers are added •Two negative integers are

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After learning representation of integers on a number line now we will learn addition of integers on a number line. For the purpose of learning addition of integers on a number line we have to keep certain points things in mind.

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A number line is a straight line representing negative and positive numbers. In number line the numbers are placed at regular intervals and numbers to the right are greater than the numbers to the left. Again the numbers on the left are smaller than the numbers on the right.

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Integers are similar to whole numbers but they include negative numbers and just like whole numbers do not include any fractional part in them. Integers are represented with capital letter (Z) it is denotes Zahlen German word. Integers include positive numbers

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This worksheet aims at providing the learners with word problems on multiplication and division with large numbers. There are various sums of moderate standard which can be easily solved by the learners. While going through the worksheet the learners will go through various

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This worksheet aims at providing the learners an experience of solving addition and subtraction with large whole numbers. The method learnt for addition and subtraction is same only it deals with large numbers along with writing the statements as the addition and subtra

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These word problems are from multiplication and division and would help you assess the areas where we will have to multiply or divide by reading the story of each sums. When we are usually finding the value of lesser units then we actually need to find out the value of 1

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There are few properties of division like other basic operations (such as addition, subtraction and multiplication) which are helpful in better understanding of the concept and ideas. These properties will help the learners in easier understanding and even for the purpose

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As we know multiplication is repeated addition in a similar way division is repeated subtraction. There are four basic operations with whole numbers that is addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This subtopic will deal with division of whole numbers.

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There are few properties of multiplication which makes the calculation of multiplication easier and less time consuming. Moreover, by using the properties of multiplication we can easily find the product of large numbers. Commutative Property of Multiplication

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Multiplication is nothing but actually repeated addition. When we are dealing with large numbers then repeated addition becoming time consuming, tiring and confusing as well. Hence we opt for multiplication as it becomes much easy than repeated addition.

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The four basic operations with whole numbers are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Now we will understand how subtraction of whole numbers is done.Steps for conducting subtraction of whole numbers. First we have to write the numbers under proper heads

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In the previous subtopics we have learnt how to perform addition and subtraction of whole numbers. Now we are moving a step ahead and would learn how to solve word problems on addition and subtraction. It is nothing but along with addition/ subtraction we have to write

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Whole numbers are positive integers including zero. The main difference between whole numbers and natural numbers is that natural numbers are also positive integers but does not include zero. Hence we can say that natural numbers means whole numbers whereas, whole numbers

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Whole numbers are positive integers along with zero. They are all the natural numbers including zero. Hence we can say that all whole are natural numbers but natural numbers does not include zero hence all natural numbers are not whole numbers. Whole Numbers = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4,

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Prime numbers are numbers that are divisible by one and itself or we can say that they have exactly two factors. These numbers only appear in the tables of 1 and the number itself. They do not appear in the table of other numbers. Examples are: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, and 13…… etc

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Numbers are mathematical symbols or signs that help us to measure, count, and estimate. It is a real pride for we Indians that the most used system of numeration that is the Hindu Arabic system of numeration was invented by two Indian mathematician. Aryabhat in 5th century B

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Staining of human cheek cell - First we have to take a clean piece of cotton swab and scrap the epithelium layer from the inside of our mouth. It is then put on the previously cleaned slide and smear is prepared. Then a staining solution called haematoxylin is added

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Cells present in onion peel can be observed under microscope. For this onion peels are first isolated. For this experiment outer most scale of the onion is removed and is cut into four equal halves. It is a monocot plant. Then with the help of a pairs of forceps the scale

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Living beings or organisms are made of one or more cells . Cells are the basic unit of structure and function of organisms. It was discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665 as he observed under microscope, a very thin slice of cork. That cork was made up of multiple chambers which

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Cell is the structural and functional unit of life. It contains a centre which is called nucleus (as it controls the different functions and activities of cell). Plant cell is hexagonal or pentagonal is shape. Whereas animal cells are oval or round in shape. Plant cell

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Frogs are the classes of tetra pods which are placed at the first category of vertebrates. According to some scientist it is appeared during the Carboniferous era. These are included in amphibian’s category as their one phase of life is dependent on water and the other

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Morphology- Body of cockroach is dorsoventrally compressed and mathematically segmented. Entire body is divided into head, thorax and abdomen. Head contains pair of antennae, a pair of compound eyes and a pair of fenestrae. Thorax contains three segments. Each bears a pair

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Friendship is indeed rare and precious. Apart from family, the ties of which are determined by birth, the only relationship which is close to one’s heart and gives solace and company to our soul is friendship. A friend is the one who would hold your hand in times of

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How many times we have come across this proverb in our daily life and how many times we have been inspired to use it ourselves? Human brain is the most evolved, advanced and developed brain in all species. It is this fully functional brain, working overtime that has allowed

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History is a lesson. It is interesting, illuminating and offers such rare insight for the ones who are willing to learn and be inspired that there is no dearth of gems hidden in its pages. Back in India, we have listened to the tales of Mahabharata and much as we laud the

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Bravery is one of the rarest and most well-mired qualities possessed by us humans. In the most adverse of situations, it is this undying spirit which makes us invincible and endows us with us the capacity to hope and change the world. ‘Fortune favours the Brave / Bold’ is a

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Earthworm consists of a cylindrical body of 10 to 20 cm length and 0.5 cm diameter. The body is divisible into 100-200 segments by circular grooves and external segmentation is corresponds to internal segments (metameric segments). Fourteen to sixteen segments have a

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We will discuss here about the organ and organ system. Digestive system –The system which is responsible for digestion of food by secreting different enzymes and absorption by blood is called digestive system. Digestive system consists of different organs like –mouth

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Here we will learn about animal tissues and their four types. Animal tissues: Animal tissues can be divided into four groups according to their functions. They are epithelial tissue, muscular tissue, connective tissue and nervous tissue.

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The earliest memory I have of myself is in the hands of a factory owner who was giving me the final touches of paint and proudly proclaiming to himself that I shall be soon giving pleasure to many young boys and shall be setting off for new adventures.

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I was hand-crafted with a lot of love and loads of warmth. Nestled in the remote hills of Assam, winters are daunting. Cut to that, an early morning commute to school is something which can be overwhelming to cover on foot through these fog-laden hills before even the onset

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Today, I was dumped in the roadside bin callously and indifferently. It was as if I never existed in that little girl’s life anymore. All because I had lost a sole and become worn out and all right, all right! A couple of inches too small for her growing feet.

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