MCQs Questions for Class 7 Maths

MCQs Questions for Class 7 Maths

 MCQs Questions for Class 7 Maths

In this 21st century, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) play a vital to prepare for a competitive examination. CBSE board has also brought a major change in its board exam patterns. Now-a-days, a total of 10 MCQs questions are asked in the class 10 board examination.

In most of the competitive examinations, only MCQ questions are asked. So, for getting ready for the competitive examinations, we have to practice for MCQs questions to solve. It strengthens the critical thinking and problem solving skills.

In future, if you want to prepare for competitive examination and to crack it, then you should more focus on the MCQ questions. Thus, from the board examinations point of view and competitive examinations point of view, you should practice more on multiple choice questions.

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 1 Integers

 

1. If a, b Z, then a b Z and b a Z. This property is known as

    a. associative property                           b. identity property

    c. commutative property                      d. closure property

2. When a positive integer is divided by a negative integer, the quotient is

    a. a negative integer                              b. a positive integer

    c. can be both                                         d. cannot be determined

3. The next number in the pattern –10, –7, –4, –1, … is _________.

    a. 0                    b. 2                      c. 3                  d. –2

4. (–100) – (–189) = _________.

   a. –289              b. 289                 c. 89                 d. –89

5. Natural numbers less than 7 are represented as

   a. x 7, x N           b. x > 7, x N             c. x 7, x N           d. x < 7, x N

6. Sum of two negative integers is always

   a. a negative integer                                     b. a positive integer

   c. a positive or a negative integer             d. none of these

7. The additive identity for integers is __________.

   a. 0                         b. 1                    c. –1                     d. 10

8. If we multiply an integer by (+1), we get its ___________.

   a. additive identity                                    b. multiplicative identity

    c. additive inverse                                   d. multiplicative inverse

9. The value of 20 × 5-2 + 14 ÷ 7 is

     a. 74/7               b. 62                    c. 60                         d. 70

10. (–1) × (–1) × … 11 times is _______.

    a. 11                   b. (–11)               c. (–1)                        d. 1

11. Which of the following statements is not true?

    a. Division is not closed for integers.        b. Division is not commutative for integers.

    c. Subtraction is not closed for integers.       d. Addition is closed for integers.

12. 1 ÷ a = 1, if a = _________.

    a. –1                   b. 1                     c. 0                        d. 10

13. If A = (–14 + 4) and B = 4 – 14, then AB = ________.

   a. 0                    b. 100                  c. –100                  d. None of these

14. (–72) ÷ [(–36) ÷ (–2)] = _______.

    a. –4                b. 4                      c. –1                        d. 1

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 2 Fractions

1. Fractions having the same denominator are called

    a. like fractions     b. unlike fractions     c. mixed fractions      d. proper fractions

2. Which of the following is bigger than 3 + 1/5?

    a. 5/3                    b. 7/2                           c. 16/5                     d. None of these

3. 4 ÷ 1/5 = ______.

    a. 5/4                   b. 4/5                           c. 20                         d. None of these

4. Two fractions are said to be reciprocals of each other if their

    a. sum is 1          b. sum is 0                 c. product is 1           d. difference is 1

5. ½ ÷ 1/4 = ______.

    a. 4                      b. 2                             c. 1/2                        d. None of these

6. The product of a number and its reciprocal is always______.

    a. less than 1     b. greater than 1       c. equal to 1            d. None of these

7. If 2/5 × ? = 4, the number that replaces ? is ______.

     a. 4                          b. 2                        c. 10                        d. None of these

8. How many days are there in 3/5 of the month of April?

     a. 15                       b. 16                      c. 17                         d. 18

9. The cost of 1/4 kg of jam is Rs 135. The cost of 1/2 kg of jam will be ______.

    a. Rs 67.5               b. Rs 270              c. Rs 260                  d. None of these

10. The cost of 5 ½ m of cloth is Rs 880. The cost of 1 m of cloth will be ______.

    a. Rs 160               b. Rs 220               c. Rs 225                 d. None of these

11. A number which is reciprocal of itself is

    a. 0                        b. 1                         c. 2                          d. –2

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 3 Decimals

1. 1010 + 0.101 + 0.0101 equals

    a. 10000                  b. 1000                      c. 1010.1111            d. 1010

2. The cost of one eraser is Rs 2.25. The cost of 10 such erasers is ________.

   a. Rs 225                 b. Rs 22.5                   c. Rs 2250                  d. None of these

3. The cost of 100 candies is Rs 75. The cost of one candy will be ________.

    a. Rs 7.50                b. Rs 750                  c. Rs 0.75                    d. None of these

4. What should be added to 4.07 to get 4.5?

    a. 0.34                     b. 0.43                     c. 0.57                          d. 0.08

5. Which of the following is not true?

    a. 7.8 × 4 > 0.78 × 4                            b. 7.8 × 0.4 > 0.78 × 0.04

    c. 0.78 × 4 = 0.78 × 40                       d. None of these

6. 93 ÷ _____ = 9300

    a. 0.1                          b. 1000                      c. 0.001                    d. None of these

7. The number 4569.3563 correct to two decimal places is

    a. 4570                      b. 4569.35                 c. 4569.36                d. 4569.34

8. The product of 0.2 and 0.2 is

    a. 0.4                         b. 0.04                       c. 0.004                     d. 0.0004

9. 6.48 ÷ 0.09 = _______.

    a. 72                           b. 7.2                            c. 0.72                          d. None of these

10. 20 m = _______ km

    a. 0.02                       b. 0.2                             c. 0.002                      d. None of these

11. Which of the following will give the result as a whole number?

    a. 1.2 × 3.5               b. 8.4 ÷ 12                    c. 7.7 ÷ 1.1                 d. 5.25 × 0.6

12. The area of a square plot whose each side measures 10.1 m is

    a. 100 m2                 b. 106.01 m2                 c. 102.01 m2              d. 1020.1 m2

13. 1250 mL = ____ L

    a. 12.50                   b. 1.25                           c. 0.125                       d. None of these

14. Which of the following is the smallest?

    a. 37.31 × 1.1          b. 3.731 × 0.11            c. 373.1 × 0.011        d. 0.03731 × 1.1

15. The product of 0.8 and 0.8 is

    a. 6.4                       b. 0.64                           c. 0.064                      d. 0.0064

16. Which of the following is the largest?

    a. 4.8 ÷ 12              b. 0.48 ÷ 0.12               c. 48 ÷ 1200               d. 4.8 ÷ 0.012

17. 30 ÷ 4 is greater than _______.

    a. 75 ÷ 10               b. 72.5 ÷ 10                   c. 0.75 × 100             d. 7.5 ÷ 0.1

18. ¾ can be expressed in decimal form as:

    a. 0.34                   b. 0.43                            c. 0.75                        d. 7.5

19. Fraction 425/10000 can be written in decimal form as:

    a. 4.25                  b. 0.425                          c. 0.0425                   d. 0.00425

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 4 Rational Numbers

1. Reciprocal of –1 is

    a. 1                        b. –1                       c. 0                           d. -1/2

2. Reciprocal of zero is

    a. 0                       b. 1                         c. –1                          d. cannot be determined

3. Which of the following has no reciprocal?

    a. 1                       b. – 1                     c. 0                              d. -2/7

4. A rational number not equivalent to – 7/9 is

    a. – 14/18                  b. 21/–27                 c. 35/45                  d. 28/–36

5. Which one of the following numbers is in its standard form?

    a. 5/–10                      b. – 3/81                   c. – 11/21              d. –7/–6

6. The number of rational numbers lying between 3 and 4 is:

    a. 0                           b. 1                        c. 2                         d. Infinite

7. Which of the following is not a rational number?

    a. 0                           b. 3/0                   c. 3                          d. -3/4

8. Which of the following can be converted into a terminating decimal form?

    a. 2/5                       b. 1/7                   c. 8/9                      d. All of these

9. Which of the following statements is not true?

    a. All rational numbers cannot be converted into a decimal number.

    b. All rational numbers have a terminating decimal equivalent.

    c. Some rational numbers have non-terminating decimal form.

   d. All of these

10. If p/q is a rational number such that p < q, then p/q is always

    a. less than 1             b. greater than 1     c. equal to 1    d. may be less or greater than 1

11. Every integer is a

    a. natural number    b. whole number    c. fraction        d. rational number

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 5 Powers and Exponents

1. The exponential form of 512 is ______.

    a. 29                      b. 28                    c. 27                     d. 26

2. The value of 24 × 33 is __________.

    a. 128                   b. 432                 c. 216                  d. 342

3. If 84 = 2x, then x = _____.

    a. 4                       b. 2                      c. 12                    d. 8

4. (–1)5 × (–1)3 × (–1)1 = _______.

    a. –1                    b. 1                       c. 0                      d. 15

5. 1.01 × 104 = _____.

    a. 10100             b. 1010                 c. 101000           d. 10001

6. The number 3089 in its scientific notation is _______.

    a. 3.089 × 104            b. 3.089 × 103           c. 30.89 × 102           d. 0.3089 × 104

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 6 Algebraic Expressions

1. A combination of constants and variables connected by any or all of the four

fundamental operations is called

    a. like terms           b. unlike terms        c. algebraic expression      d. constant term

2. In a polynomial, the exponents of the variables are always

    a. integers              b. positive integers    c. whole numbers          d. none of these

3. The number of terms in the algebraic expression x3 – 3x2y + 4xy – 10 is _______.

    a. 3                   b. 4                       c. 8                       d. 5

4. Which of the following is a binomial?

    a. 3a                 b. 3a + 3b + 3c                   c. 3a + b                      d. 2

5. A quantity having a fixed numerical value is called a

    a. variable       b. constant                        c. terms                       d. degree

6. A quantity which has different numerical values is called a

    a. variable           b. constant                   c. terms                        d. degree

7. A polynomial having only one term is called a ___________.

    a. monomial       b. trinomial                   c. binomial                   d. coefficient

8. The sum of 3x2y, 6x2y, – 5x2y is __________.

    a. 6x2y                  b. 4x2y                            c. 14x2y                        d. x2y

9. The product of a monomial and a binomial is a

    a. monomial       b. binomial                    c. trinomial                  d. none of these

10. 18p2q2 – (–2p2q2) = ____________.

     a. 20                    b. 16p2q2                       c. 20p2q2                     d. 16

11. The value of the expression x2 – 5x + 6 for x = 3 is ____________.

     a. 0                      b. 5                                 c. 6                                d. 1

12. The value of the expression a2 + b2, when a = 1, b = – 1 is ____________.

     a. 2                      b. 0                                 c. 1                                d. –2

13. Which of the following is not a binomial?

     a. x2 y2             b. xy + yz                       c. xyz                             d. None of these

14. The perimeter of a rectangle with length (2a + 3b) and breadth (a + b) is

     a. 2(3a + 4b)       b. a + 2b                      c. (2a + 3b)(a + b)          d. 5

15. The degree of the polynomial x2 – 7x5 + x3 – 9x + x6 is __________.

     a. 5                      b. 6                                    c. 9                                     d. 1

16. The degree of the polynomial x5 + 7x4y2 – 9xy6 + x3y3 is ____________.

     a. 5                      b. 7                                    c. 3                                     d. 1

17. The polynomial in which there are two terms is known as

    a. binomial          b. monomial                   c. trinomial                         d. polynomial

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 7 Linear Equations

1. Which of the following is a linear equation in one variable?

    a. x + 1/x = 5                  b. x2 – 5x + 1 = 0            c. 3x y = 7              d. 2x + 7 = 13

2. The value of x that satisfies the linear equation 2x + 4(x – 1) = 5x is ______.

    a. 6                                 b. 4                                 c. 2                               d. 0

3. Which of the following is a solution of the equation 2x + 9 = 5?

    a. 2                                 b. – 2                             c. 0                               d. 1

4. For which one of the following equations 3 is not a solution?

    a. x + 3 = 6                    b. x – 3 = 0                    c. x + 3 = 0                   d. x/3 = 1

5. The number of solutions of a linear equation in one variable is ______.

    a. 0                                 b. 1                               c. 2                                  d. infinite

6. If 3/5 of a number is 15, the number is ___________.

    a. 15                              b. 5/3                           c. 25                                 d. 2/3

7. The cost of a dozen pencils is Rs 72. So, the cost of 2 pencils is ____________.

    a. Rs 36                         b. Rs 12                       c. Rs 10                           d. Rs 6

8. Ajay’s age after 7 years will be 18. His age 5 years ago was __________.

    a. 6                                b. 4                              c. 7                                   d. 16

9. If 15x = 68 – 19x, then x = ___________.

    a. 1                               b. 2                               c. – 2                               d. –1

10. If 5 more than 3 times a number is 17, then the number is _________.

     a. 4                              b. 5                               c. 2                                   d. 3

11. If 42 = 7 (5 + x), then x is ____________.

     a. –1                            b. 1                               c. 0                                   d. 30

12. The sum of ages of three students is x years. After 5 years, the sum of their

ages will be ______.

     a. (x + 5) years          b. (x + 15) years          c. (3x + 5) years              d. 3x years

13. The sum of two consecutive numbers is 27. Their product will be ___________.

      a. 54                          b. 182                              c. 20                                    d. None of these

14. The length of a rectangle is 2 times its width and the perimeter of the rectangle is 60 cm. The area of the rectangle is ___________.

      a. 100 cm2                b. 300 cm2                       c. 200 cm2                         d. None of these

15. A scored 5 marks less than B and C scored 15 marks more than B. If total

marks scored by A, B and C is 190, the score of A is ______.

      a. 75                         b. 60                                  c. 55                                   d. 50

16. A taxi fare for the first kilometre is Rs 20 and for subsequent kilometres it is

Rs 15 per kilometre. The total fare payable for travelling x kilometres (in rupees)

is _____________.

     a. 15x + 20                 b. 15x + 5                         c. 5 (3x – 4)                      d. 5 (4x + 3)

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 8 Ratio and Proportion

1. Ratio of 25 g to 1 kg is

    a. 25 : 1                     b. 1 : 4                   c. 1 : 25                     d. 1 : 40

2. If a : b = 2 : 3 and b : c = 4 : 5, then a : c is __________.

    a. 2 : 5                       b. 5 : 2                   c. 8 : 15                     d. 15 : 8

3. A man earns Rs 9000, out of which he spends Rs 7500 and saves the rest. The

ratio between his savings and spending is __________.

    a. 1 : 5                       b. 1 : 6                   c. 6 : 1                       d. 5 : 1

4. If x : y = 7/3, then (x2 + y2) : (x2 – y2) equals

    a. 49 : 9                     b. 9 : 49                c. 29 : 20                   d. 49 : 21

5. If the ratio of the sides of two squares is 4 : 9. The ratio of their areas is

    a. 2 : 3                       b. 16 : 9                c. 4 : 81                     d. 16 : 81

6. A ratio which is equal to 3 : 7 is ______ .

    a. 6 : 10                    b. 6 : 21                 c. 6 : 14                     d. None of these

7. The simplest form of the ratio 3L : 600 mL is ______ .

    a. 1 : 200                  b. 5 : 1                   c. 3 : 10                     d. None of these

8. Ratio of half an hour to 40 minutes is

    a. 1 : 80                    b. 1 : 20                 c. 3 : 4                       d. 4 : 3

9. The ratio between 2 km and 5 m is

    a. 2 : 5                      b. 5 : 2                   c. 400 : 1                   d. 1 : 400

10. 25 cm : 2 m is the same as 5 : ______ .

    a. 40                         b. 80                      c. 0.4                         d. None of these

11. If A : B = 7 : 8 and B : C = 4 : 5, then A : B : C is ______ .

      a. 7 : 8 : 5                  b. 7 : 8 : 10               c. 7 : 4 : 5                d. None of these

12. If a, b, c, d are in proportion, then which of the following is also proportional?

     a. b, c, d, a                b. b, a, d, c                c. a, c, d, b               d. a, d, b, c

13. If a, b, c, d are in proportion, then

     a. ab = cd                  b. ad = bc                  c. ac = bd                  d. b2 = ac

14. If 4 : 5 : : x : 25, then x = ______ .

     a. 20                          b. 25                           c. 10                           d. None of these

15. The ratio of the consonants to the vowels in English alphabets is

     a. 5 : 26                     b. 26 : 5                     c. 21 : 26                    d. 21 : 5

16. The numerator and the denominator of a fraction are in the ratio 4 : 7. If 8 is

added to the numerator, then the number which is added to the denominator

for the fraction to be equivalent to the original fraction is

     a. 8                             b. 10                           c. 14                              d. 21

17. The cost of 5 snack boxes is Rs 225. The cost of 7 such boxes is ___________.

    a. Rs 750                    b. Rs 315                    c. Rs 450                      d. None of these

18. Sindhu runs 3 km in 45 minutes. The time taken by Sindhu to cover 10 km is _____.

     a. 1 hour       b. 1 hour 15 minutes         c. 1 hour 30 minutes      d. None of these

19. The amount Shweta receives if Rs 2500 is divided in the ratio 3 : 7 between Shweta and Suman is ___________.

     a. Rs 1000                 b. Rs 750                 c. Rs 300                         d. None of these

20. A person crosses a 800 m long street in 8 minutes. What is his speed in km/h?

     a. 3 km/h                 b. 4 km/h               c. 5 km/h                      d. 6 km/h

21. The amount Satyam received when an amount was divided between Satyam and Danish in the ratio 3 : 8 and Danish received Rs 2400 was ____________.

     a. Rs 900                    b. Rs 1000              c. Rs 800                         d. None of these

22. 15 men can do a piece of work in 10 days. If the work is to be completed in 30 days, the number of men required is_____.

     a. 5                             b. 10                        c. 15                                 d. 20

23. A man completes 5/8 of a job in 10 days. At this rate, how many more days will it take to finish the job?

     a. 5 days                    b. 6 days                c. 7 days                           d. 16 days

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 9 Percentage and its Applications

1. If A’s income is 10% more than B’s income, by how much percentage is B’s

income less than A’s income?

    a. 9 1/11 %                    b. 10%                   c. 20%                     d. 90 10/11%

2. The marked price of a shirt was 10% more than the cost price. The shopkeeper

agreed to give 10% discount. By doing so, what per cent of the cost does he lose or gain?

    a. No profit, no loss       b. 20% gain            c. 1% gain             d. 1% loss

3. When 5/8 is converted into percentage, we get

    a. 6.25%                          b. 62.5%                  c. 0.625%              d. None of these

4. If 4 oranges are sold at the cost of 5 oranges, the profit percentage is

    a. 20%                             b. 25%                      c. 30%                   d. 33.3%

5. The decimal form of 2.5% is ______.

    a. 0.025                          b. 0.25                      c. 2.5                     d. None of these

6. The percentage form of the fraction 16/25 is ______.

    a. 16%                            b. 25%                      c. 64%                    d. None of these

7. If the dimensions of a square are increased by 10%, the area of the square

increases by ______.

    a. 10%                           b. 20%                       c. 21%                   d. 40%

8. A student has to secure 40% marks to pass. He gets 40 marks and fails by 40

marks. The maximum marks are ______.

    a. 200                           b. 250                        c. 400                   d. 500

9. 42% of Rs 1800 is ______.

    a. Rs 752                     b. Rs 750                    c. Rs 756              d. None of these

10. 70 m is ______ % of 2 km.

    a. 3.5                           b. 35                            c. 7                       d. None of these

11. In a class, 5% students are absent on a particular day. If the number of

students is 38, the total strength of the class is ______.

    a. 33                            b. 40                            c. 45                      d. 50

12. An increase of 15% on 350 m results in ______ m increase.

    a. 402.5                      b. 52.5                         c. 400                    d. None of these

13. An article, whose CP is Rs 750, is sold for a loss of 12%. The SP of the article is_____.

    a. Rs 600                    b. Rs 660                     c. Rs 700                d. None of these

14. In an examination, 96% students passed and 132 failed. The total number of

students who appeared in the examination is ______.

    a. 3100                       b. 3200                       c. 3300                    d. 3600

15. By selling a clock for Rs 375, a shopkeeper gains 25%. The CP of the clock is _______.

     a. Rs 400                   b. Rs 275                       c. Rs 300                  d. None of these

16. For a fixed amount, when the rate of interest is doubled and the time becomes

5 times, the interest becomes ___________.

     a. 10 times               b. double                       c. treble                  d. four times

17. The simple interest for Rs 2500 at the rate of 7.5% for 6 months is ___________.

     a. Rs 100                   b. Rs 187.5                   c. Rs 93.75              d. None of these

18. In how many years will Rs 5000 double itself at 20% per annum simple interest?

     a. 8 years                  b. 10 years                   c. 5 years                d. 3 years

19. The amount one gets after 3 years for Rs 12,00,000 at 8% SI per annum is _______.

     a. Rs 14,88,000        b. Rs 12,50,000           c. Rs 12,80,000     d. None of these

20. Simple interest paid for 2 years on a sum of Rs 25,500 borrowed at 8.5% per

annum is ___________.

     a. Rs 3932                b. Rs 4250                     c. Rs 3225              d. Rs 4335

21. What is the rate of interest when Rs 8652 becomes 4 times in 4 years?

     a. 80%                      b. 50%                           c. 75%                      d. 25%

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 10 Lines and Angles

1. Two angles are said to be complementary angles, if the sum of their measures is

     a. 45°                      b. 90°                   c. 180°                    d. 360°

2. The measure of an angle which is equal to its supplement is

     a. 45°                      b. 90°                   c. 100°                    d. 150°

3. The measure of an angle which is three times its supplement is

     a. 45°                      b. 90°                   c. 135°                     d. 180°

4. The supplement of 72° is _________.  

    a. 72°                       b. 18°                   c. 108°                     d. 180°

5. If the measure of two angles are equal, they are said to be

    a. adjacent angles                               b. supplementary angles

    c. complementary angles                  d. congruent angles

6. Two angles are said to be supplementary angles, if the sum of their measures is

    a. 45°                       b. 90°                   c. 180°                       d. 360°

7. The complement of 58° is _____________.

    a. 32°                       b. 58°                   c. 112°                       d. 90°

8. If two angles are adjacent, state which of the following statements is false.

    a. They have a common vertex.                          b. They have a common arm.

    c. They always form a linear pair.                       d. Their interiors are non-overlapping.

9. a and b are vertically opposite angles. If a = 135º and b = 5x – 20º, then

the value of x is

     a. 32º                       b. 31º                      c. 30º                            d. 29º

10. An angle measures 2x + 5º and its complement measures 15º. The value of x is

     a. 25                         b. 22                        c. 35                              d. 40

11. Which of the following statements is correct?

      a. Two acute angles can form a linear pair.

      b. Two obtuse angles can form a linear pair.

      c. Two adjacent angles cannot be complementary.

     d. Two right angles can form a linear pair.

12. The measure of an angle whose complement is 60° is

     a. 30°                           b. 90°                         c. 120°                         d. 150°

13. Which of the following statements is incorrect?

     a. Lines which do not intersect are called parallel lines.

     b. When two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal, then the pairs of corresponding angles are equal.

     c. The perpendicular distance between two parallel lines is the same at any point on either line.

     d. When two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal, then each pair of co-interior angles formed is equal.

14. A pair of parallel lines cut by a transversal will always have equal

     a. alternate angles         b. adjacent angles     c. angles in linear pair    d. none of these

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 11 Properties of Triangles

1. The acute angles of the right-angled triangle are in the ratio 4 : 5. The measure

of the angles are ______.

    a. 50º, 40º               b. 20º, 70º                  c. 40º, 50º                 d. 5º, 85º

2. The point at which the medians of a triangle meet is known as ______.

    a. altitude                b. centre                     c. centroid                 d. none of these

3. A/An joins the vertex of a triangle to the mid-point of the opposite side.

    a. altitude                b. median                   c. angle bisector       d. hypotenuse

4. If one acute angle of a right triangle is 25°, then the other angle is ___________.

    a. 60°                     b. 65°                           c. 25°                         d. 55°

5. A triangle is possible if the measure of its angles are ______.

    a. 40º, 60º, 70º10       b. 90º, 60º, 50º2010′′             c. 60º, 60º, 60º      d. 65º, 75º, 80º

6. If one of the base angles of an isosceles triangle is 40º, then the vertical angle is ____.

    a. 60º                        b. 120º                      c. 100º                     d. 40º

7. Which of the following does not represent the three sides of a triangle?

    a. 13 cm, 15 cm, 28 cm                             b. 7 cm, 7 cm, 7 cm

    c. 3 cm, 4 cm, 5 cm                                    d. 5 cm, 5 cm, 4 cm

8. If the legs of a right-angled triangle are 8 cm and 15 cm, then its hypotenuse is

    a. 7 cm                  b. 12 cm                     c. 17 cm                 d. 23 cm

9. Which of the following are not the sides of an isosceles triangle?

    a. AB = 5 cm BC = 5 cm AC = 8 cm                        b. AB = 7 cm BC = 7 cm AC = 7 cm

    c. AB = 6 cm BC = 8 cm AC = 8 cm                        d. AB = 10 cm BC = 11 cm AC = 15 cm

10. A triangle has ______ medians.

    a. 1                     b. 2                    c. 3                       d. 4

11. Which of the following statements is correct?

   a. A triangle can have two right angles. b. A triangle can have two obtuse angles.

   c. A triangle can have all angles less than 60°. d. A triangle can have three acute angles.

12. Two towers 15 m and 25 m high stand up right on a ground. If they are 24 m apart, the distance between their tops is

    a. 24 m                 b. 25 m                 c. 26 m                  d. 27 m

13. In a triangle, if the sum of the squares of two sides is equal to the square of

the third side, then the triangle is

     a. equilateral                   b. isosceles              c. obtuse-angled           d. right-angled

14. If the two small sides of a right-angled triangle are 11 cm, then the square of the hypotenuse is _________.

     a. 3600 cm                       b. 121 cm                c. 3721 cm                     d. 242 cm

15. In a triangle, the maximum number of obtuse angles may be:

     a. 0                                    b. 1                           c. 2                                  d. 3

16. In ΔABC, if AB = 7 cm and BC = 8 cm, then which of the following cannot be the length of AC?

     a. 17 cm                           b. 16 cm                  c. 14 cm                         d. None of these

17. In a triangle, the sum of any two sides is always

     a. less than the third side                         b. greater than the third side

     c. equal to the third side                          c. none of these

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 12 Symmetry

1. Rotating a figure through 90º in a clockwise direction is the same as rotating it

in an anticlockwise direction by an angle of _____.

    a. 90º                   b. 180º                 c. 270º                  d. 360º

2. The number of lines of symmetry of a regular polygon ______ to the number of sides.

    a. is equal      b. is not equal       c. is greater than or equal     d. is less than or equal

3. The number of lines of symmetry for a square is _____.

    a. 1                    b. 2                    c. 3                    d. 4

4. The order of rotational symmetry of an equilateral triangle is ______.

    a. 6                    b. 4                    c. 3                    d. None of these

5. The number of lines of symmetry for a semicircle is _____.

    a. 1                    b. 2                    c. 3                    d. Infinite

6. The angle of rotation of a rectangle is ______.

    a. 180°              b. 90°                c. 360°              d. None of these

7. The number of lines of symmetry for a rectangle is _____.

    a. 1                    b. 2                    c. 3                   d. 4

8. All figures when rotated come back to their original position. The angle of

rotation is _____.

    a. 90º                b. 180º              c. 270º             d. 360º

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 13 Visualising Solid Shapes

1. The shape of the plane surface of a cone is ________.

     a. Square                    b. Rectangular                  c. Triangular             d. Circular

2. A solid figure having 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices is called a ________.

     a. Cylinder                  b. Cone                              c. Pyramid                d. Cube

3. The solid shape that has four triangular faces and one square face is a ______.

    a. triangular prism    b. square pyramid    c. triangular pyramid     d. None of these

4. The number of ways a cylinder can be made from a rectangular sheet of paper

is ________.

    a. 1                   b. 2                    c. 3                 d. many

5. A triangular prism has _______ faces.

    a. 7                  b. 4                    c. 8                  d. None of these

6. Which of the following is a 3-D figure?

    a. Square                    b. Triangle                   c. Sphere                     d. Circle

7. Which of the following is a 2-D figure?

    a. Prism                      b. Cylinder                   c. Cuboid                    d. Rectangle

8. A pentagonal prism has ______.

    a. five rectangular faces and two pentagonal faces.

    b. five pentagonal faces and two rectangular faces.

    c. five pentagonal faces and five rectangular faces.

    d. None of these

9. A solid figure having no vertex, no edge and a curved surface is called a _______.

    a. Cylinder                b. Sphere                    c. Cone                   d. Pyramid

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 14 Congruence of Triangles

1. Which of the following is not the condition for congruency of two triangles?

    a. SSS                      b. SAS                 c. SSA                 d. ASA

2. Which of the following figures having equal areas are congruent?

    a. Triangle             b. Rectangle       c. Square          d. Parallelogram

3. In the correspondence ABC ↔ FDE, the side corresponding to CB is _________.

    a. FD                       b. ED                   c. EF                  d. AB

4. In Δ XYZ, Y is included between XY and _______.

    a. XZ                        b. YZ                   c. ZA                 d. LX

5. Which of the following statements is true?

    a. All equilateral triangles are congruent.

    b. All rectangles are congruent.

    c. All squares are congruent.

    d. Circles having equal radii are congruent.

6. In Δ DEF, side EF is included by the pair of angles F and ________.

    a. E                       b. D                    c. F                   d. EDF

7. Two triangles are congruent if their

    a. areas are equal                             b. perimeters are equal

    c. angles are equal                           d. corresponding sides are equal

8. In the correspondence ABC ↔ QPR, the angle that corresponds to C is ________.

    a. Q                      b. P                     c. R                   d. A

9. In Δ ABC and Δ PQR, it is given that AB = PQ and AC = PR. Which of the following congruence options will you need to prove that Δ ABC Δ PQR by SAS congruence?

     a. A = P               b. B = Q               c. C = R              d. B = P

10. In Δ XYZ and Δ DEF, it is given that X = D and XY = DE. Which of the following congruence options will not help you to prove that Δ XYZ Δ DEF?

     a. Y = E                b. Z = F                c. XZ = EF                d. XZ = DF

11. If the three altitudes of a triangle are equal, then the triangle is

     a. right-angled         b. scalene                 c. isosceles            d. Equilateral

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 15 Constructions

1. An isosceles right-angled triangle has angles __________.

    a. 90°, 60°, 30°              b. 90°, 45°, 45°          c. 60°, 60°, 60°           d. 90°, 40°, 50°

2. Each angle of an equilateral triangle measures ________.

    a. 90°                              b. 45°                          c. 60°                           d. 30°

3. An isosceles triangle can be drawn if the measure of any of the equal sides and

______ are given.

    a. half of base angle     b. vertex angle         c. half of the base     d. none of these

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 16 Perimeter and Area

1. The area of a rectangle whose length is 1000 cm and breadth is 15 m is ______.

    a. 100 m2              b. 150 m                 c. 1500 m              d. 150 m2

2. The area of a square whose side is 500 cm is _______.

    a. 25 m                  b. 125 cm               c. 25 cm                 d. 25 m2

3. If the areas of two circles are in the ratio 25 : 49, the ratio of their

circumferences is ______.

    a. 25 : 49               b. 1 : 24                  c. 5 : 7                     d. 5 : 9

4. The circumference of a circle of diameter 14 cm is ______.

    a. 7π cm                b. 7 cm                   c. 14 π cm               d. 14 cm

5. The difference between the circumference and the radius of a circle is 111 cm.

The diameter of the circle is ______.

    a. 21 cm                b. 35 cm                 c. 42 cm                   d. 49 cm

6. The perimeter of a semicircle of radius 7 cm is ___________.

    a. 22 cm                 b. 29 cm                  c. 36 cm                    d. 44 cm

7. The area of a rectangle of length 12 cm is 96 sq. cm. Its perimeter is _________.

    a. 20 cm                b. 40 cm                   c. 96 cm                    d. 48 cm

8. The perimeter of the square whose area is 16 mm2 is ______.

     a. 16 mm             b. 16 m                     c. 4 mm                     d. 4 m

9. The measurement of the boundary of the plane figure is ______.

     a. area                 b. perimeter            c. volume                   d. surface area

10. A square whose perimeter is 40 cm is divided into four triangles by drawing its two diagonals. The area of one such triangle is ________.

     a. 100 sq. cm      b. 16 sq. cm             c. 25 sq. cm               d. 50 sq. cm

11. The circumference of a circle of diameter 10 cm is __________.

     a. 62.8 cm            b. 31.4 cm              c. 314 cm                    d. 22 7 cm

12. The radius of a circle is doubled. The percentage increase in its area is ______.

      a. 100%               b. 200%                   c. 300%                      d. 400%

13. The area of a circle whose diameter is 14 cm is ______.

      a. 154 cm2          b. 308 cm2               c. 462 cm2                 d. 616 cm2

14. If the area of a circle is 154 sq. cm, its diameter is __________.

      a. 7 cm                b. 14 cm                  c. 3.5 cm                    d. 21 cm

15. If the area of a square field is 16 hectares, then its perimeter is ___________.

     a. 1600 m            b. 160 m                  c. 400 m                     d. 200 m

16. The maximum area which can be enclosed by a rope 44 m long is _________.

     a. 21 m2               b. 120 m2                c. 154 m2                    d. 200 m2

17. The ratio of the area of a square to that of the square drawn on its diagonal is

________ .

     a. 1 : 1                  b. 1 : 2                     c. 1 : 4                        d. 2 : 1

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 17 Data Handling

The scores obtained by 12 students in an examination (out of 100) are as follows: 90, 95, 90, 70, 86, 80, 100, 95, 80, 85, 90, 75

1. The range of the scores is ___________.

     a. 5                     b. 10                     c. 30                    d. 25

2. The mode of the scores is ____________.

     a. 100                 b. 90                     c. 75                   d. 95

3. The median of the scores is ____________.

     a. 90                   b. 86                    c. 88                    d. 85

4. The mean of the data is _____________.

     a. 86.3               b. 83.6                c. 85.6                  d. 83

5. The mean of first five prime numbers is _______.

    a. 5.6                  b. 7.8                  c. 39                      d. 41

6. The mean of 15 observations is 10 and that of another 10 observations is 5,

then the mean of all 25 observations is _______.

     a. 8                     b. 10                   c. 12                     d. 7.5

7. The graphical representation of data in the form of equally spaced vertical bars

is called _______.

     a. bar graph      b. histogram      c. pie chart            d. pictograph

8. There are 1000 marbles, 2000 marbles, 3000 marbles and 4000 marbles in four

boxes, respectively. The average number of marbles in each box is _______.

     a. 1920              b. 2250                c. 2400                  d. 2500

9. The mode of 9, 12, 15, 12, 9, 10, 11 and 12 is _______.

     a. 12                   b. 10                    c. 11                      d. 10.5

10. The observation which occurs maximum number of times is called _______.

     a. mean             b. median           c. mode               d. frequency

11. The difference between the maximum score and the minimum score in a data is

called _______.

      a. mean            b. mode              c. distribution      d. range

12. The information collected initially is called ________.

      a. raw data       b. observation      c. experiment           d. arrayed data

13. The mean of x, x + 3, x + 6 and x + 9 is 30. Find x.

     a. 13.5                b. 17.5                   c. 14.5                        d. 25.5

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 7 Chapter 18 Probability

There are 1 green, 6 red, 2 yellow and 3 blue beads in a packet. When a bead is elected at random then

1. P(red) is __________.

    a. 1/2                     b. 6/6                  c. 1/6                   d. 1/3

2. P(green) is _________.

    a. 1                         b. 0                      c. 1/12                d. 3/4

3. P(yellow) is __________.

    a. 1/2                     b. 1/6                  c. 1                      d. 0

4. P(not green) is __________.

    a. 11/12                 b. 1/12               c. 10/12              d. 1

5. An activity which ends in a well-defined outcome is called __________.

    a. random experiment      b. event     c. experiment     d. sample space

6. An experiment in which the outcomes are known but cannot be predicted is

called a __________.

     a. random experiment             b. sample space        c. biased        d. unbiased

7. The probability of a sure event is __________.

     a. 0                    b. 0.5                 c. 0.1                   d. 1

8. The probability of an impossible event is __________.

    a. 0                     b. 0.5                 c. 0.1                   d. 1

9. When two coins are tossed simultaneously, the number of outcomes are ______.

     a. 2                    b. 4                    c. 6                       d. 13

10. The number of face cards in a pack of playing cards is __________.

     a. 4                    b. 12                  c. 13                    d. 16

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