## RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 7 Chapter-2 Fractions (Ex 2B) Exercise 2.2 - Free PDF

## FAQs on RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 7 Chapter-2 Fractions (Ex 2B) Exercise 2.2

**1. What is Fraction in simple terms?**

A fraction is a number that represents a part of a whole or quantity. It can also be described as the ratio of two numbers written in the form of "a/b". Fractions are useful for comparing parts to the whole. For Example, if you have 5 cookies and 3 friends coming over to share them with you, each friend will get 1/5 of them (or one fifth).

**2. What are parts of a Fraction?**

The parts of a Fraction are - Numerator and the Denominator.

The numerator of a fraction tells you how many parts of a group you have, and the denominator tells you how big the group is. For Example, in the fraction 3/4, there are three equal groups of 4 parts each. In the fraction 8/9, there are eight groups of 9 parts each.

If you divide an amount by a number, you can find out how many groups of that size it takes to make up that amount. For Example, if it takes 9 groups to make up 27, then 9 is called the "numerator" of 27 and 27 is called the "denominator" of 9.

**3. What are the types of a Fraction?**

Learning about Fractions has many benefits in real life and it also makes you look smarter among your friends when you can quickly apply these fraction methods. While learning fractions is important, knowing the types of Fractions is equally significant.

The different types of Fractions are proper fraction, improper fraction, mixed number, unit fraction, equivalent fraction, like and dislike Fractions. You can learn more about these Fractions in detail by visiting the Vedantu website.

**4. How do I multiply Fractions?**

Multiplying Fractions is not as hard as it seems. It's just three simple steps.

Here is a step by step guide to multiplying Fractions:

**Step 1:**Multiply the top numbers that we also know as the numerators from each fraction by each other.**Step 2:**Multiply the bottom numbers or the denominators of each fraction by each other.**Step 3:**Simplify or reduce the fraction if needed.

**5. Is there an easy way to learn Fractions easily?**

The first thing to do is just to get the basic idea of a fraction. One way to do this is to learn what a half, a quarter, and a third each mean. For Example, try cutting up some fruit or vegetables into quarters, eighths and sixteenths: if you can't get enough examples from normal food, try using things like paper clips or blocks.

Fractions are very useful in real life. If you need half a cup of milk for your coffee or three-quarters of an hour for lunch, then you are using Fractions in real life!

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