#### Class 7 Maths Study Material

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A car travels 120 km in 5/2 hours, and a truck travels 192.5 km in 7/2 hours. Find the ratio of their speeds.

b) 48:55

c) 120:192.5

d) 2 1/2: 31/2

Convert 4/11 fraction to percents.

b) 400/11%

c) 36 4/11

d) 36 4/11 %

Find the percentage of pure gold in 22 – carat gold. If 24- carat gold is 100% pure gold.

b) 91 2/3 %

c) 3/275 %

d) None of the above

CP = ________________.

b)

c)

d)

b) Sale price

c) Both option 1 and option 2

d) None of the above

b) Excluded

c) Both option 1 and option 2

d) None of the above

b) Cost price – selling price

c) SP + CP

d) - (SP - CP)

b) Cost price – selling price

c) SP + CP

d) - (SP - CP)

b) Profit/CP × 100

c) CP/Profit × 100

d) SP/Profit × 100

b) Loss/CP × 100

c) CP/Loss × 100

d) SP/Loss × 100