# Rational Numbers | Class 7 MCQ Questions with Answers Maths Chapter 9

NCERT MCQ Questions for Class 7 Maths Rational Numbers with Answers PDF Free Download based on the major ideas and themes presented in the textbook as per the CBSE new test pattern are available here. This will help you learn and test your understanding of the chapters. Students can also take a free test of Class 7 Maths Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four possibilities, each of which is followed by the correct response. These MCQ Questions were chosen in accordance with the most recent CBSE exam format.

## Q1.The reciprocal of a negative rational number is

(1)(a) always positive
(2)(b) always negative
(3)(c) always 1
(4)(d) always 0

## Q2.A fraction is a rational number, and a rational number:

(1)(a) can never be a fraction
(2)(b) may or may not be a fraction
(3)(c) is also a fraction
(4)(d) can always be reduced to a fraction

Answer: (b) may or may not be a fraction

## Q3.The numbers used for counting objects are called :

(1)(a) Natural numbers
(2)(b) Whole numbers
(3)(c) Integers
(4)(d) None of these

## Q4.Write denominator of given rational number : 5

(1)(a) 1
(2)(b) 0
(3)(c) 3
(4)(d) none of these

## Q5.Reciprocal of 1.

(1)(a) 0
(2)(b) 1
(3)(c) -1
(4)(d) none of these

## Q6.0 is :

(1)(a) Positive rational number
(2)(b) Negative rational number
(3)(c) neither positive nor negative rational number
(4)(d) None of these

Answer: (c) neither positive nor negative rational number

## Q7._________ is the identity for the addition of rational numbers.

(1)(a) 0
(2)(b) 1
(3)(c) -1
(4)(d) None of these

## Q8.The numbers _______ and _______ are their own reciprocals.

(1)(a) -1 and 0
(2)(b) 1 and 0
(3)(c) 1 and -1
(4)(d) None of these

(1)(a) 0
(2)(b) 1
(3)(c) 2
(4)(d) 3

## Q10.The denominator of the rational number 0 is

(1)(a) 0
(2)(b) 1
(3)(c) -1
(4)(d) any non-zero integer

(1)(a) 2
(2)(b) 4
(3)(c) 6
(4)(d) 8

(1)(a) 8
(2)(b) 2
(3)(c) 4
(4)(d) 1

(1)(a) -9
(2)(b) 9
(3)(c) 1
(4)(d) -1

(1)(a) -9
(2)(b) 9
(3)(c) -1
(4)(d) 1

## Q15.Associative property is not followed in _________

(1)(a) integers
(2)(b) whole numbers
(3)(c) rational numbers
(4)(d) natural numbers

(1)(i) –5/9
(2)(ii) 3/11
(3)(iii) 12/39
(4)(iv) –9/11

(1)(i) 3/-2
(2)(ii) 3/2
(3)(iii) 2/3
(4)(iv) -2/3

## Q18.Which of the following pairs represent the same rational number?

(1)(i) −7/21 and 1/3
(2)(ii) 1/3 and −1/9
(3)(iii) −5/−9 and 5/−9
(4)(iv) 8/−5 and −24/15

## Q19.A rational number is a number that can be put in the form pq, where p and q are:

(1)(i) natural numbers and q ≠ 0
(2)(ii) whole numbers and q ≠ 0
(3)(iii) non-negative integers and q ≠ 0
(4)(iv) integers and q ≠ 0

Answer: (iv) integers and q ≠ 0

(1)(i) 81/-36
(2)(ii) -25/16
(3)(iii) 16/25
(4)(iv) -36/81

## Q21.The product of two rational numbers is always a _.

(1)(i) integer
(2)(ii) rational number
(3)(iii) natural number
(4)(iv) whole number

## Q22.__ is the identity for the addition of rational numbers.

(1)(i) 0
(2)(ii) 1
(3)(iii) -1
(4)(iv) None of these

(1)(i) -5/2
(2)(ii) -1/2
(3)(iii) -9/2
(4)(iv) 9/2

## Q24.The numbers and are their own reciprocals.

(1)(i) -1 and 0
(2)(ii) 1 and 0
(3)(iii) 1 and -1
(4)(iv) None of the

(1)(i) 7/2
(2)(ii) 5/2
(3)(iii) -5/2
(4)(iv) 11/2

(1)(i) 3/7
(2)(ii) -5/7
(3)(iii) -4/7
(4)(iv) -3/7

(1)(i) >
(2)(b <
(3)(iii) ≥
(4)(iv) =

(1)(i) 56
(2)(ii) −56
(3)(iii) ​46
(4)(iv) −46

(1)(a) 3
(2)(b) 16
(3)(c) 19
(4)(d) 12

(1)(a) −34
(2)(b) 34
(3)(c) 37
(4)(d) −37

(1)(a) 610
(2)(b) −3−5
(3)(c) 915
(4)(d) 1224

(1)(a) -5
(2)(b) 5
(3)(c) 4
(4)(d) -4

(1)(a) 43
(2)(b) 34
(3)(c) 3
(4)(d) 4

(1)(a) 7
(2)(b) -7
(3)(c) 1
(4)(d) -1

(1)(a) 05
(2)(b) 0−5
(3)(c) 50
(4)(d) -1

## Q36.The reciprocal of a negative rational number is

(1)(a) always positive
(2)(b) always negative
(3)(c) always 1
(4)(d) always 0.

(1)(a) 59
(2)(b) −59
(3)(c) −5599
(4)(d) −9955

## Q38.If pq and rs are equivalent fraction, then we have

(1)(a) p + s = q + r
(2)(b) p ÷ s = q ÷ s
(3)(c) pq = rs
(4)(d) ps = rq

(1)(a) 3
(2)(b) 5
(3)(c) 2
(4)(d) 8

(1)(a) 100
(2)(b) 1
(3)(c) 10
(4)(d) 99

(1)(a) 7
(2)(b) 4
(3)(c) 3
(4)(d) 11

(1)(a) 13
(2)(b) 7
(3)(c) 6
(4)(d) 91

(1)(a) -3
(2)(b) 3
(3)(c) 4
(4)(d) -4

(1)(a) -2
(2)(b) 2
(3)(c) -9
(4)(d) 9

(1)(a) 5
(2)(b) -3
(3)(c) 3
(4)(d) 8

(1)(a) 7
(2)(b) -7
(3)(c) 3
(4)(d) -3

(1)(a) 2
(2)(b) -2
(3)(c) 5
(4)(d) -5

(1)(a) -5
(2)(b) 5
(3)(c) -3
(4)(d) 3

(1)(a) -2
(2)(b) 2
(3)(c) 9
(4)(d) -9

(1)(a) 6
(2)(b) -6
(3)(c) 5
(4)(d) -5

(1)(a) -13
(2)(b) 13
(3)(c) 11
(4)(d) -11

(1)(a) 3
(2)(b) 6
(3)(c) 9
(4)(d) 12

(1)(a) 5
(2)(b) 10
(3)(c) 15
(4)(d) 25

(1)(a) -4
(2)(b) -8
(3)(c) 4
(4)(d) 8

(1)(a) 11
(2)(b) -11
(3)(c) 22
(4)(d) -22

(1)(a) 15
(2)(b) -15
(3)(c) 9
(4)(d) -9

(1)(a) 18
(2)(b) -18
(3)(c) 9
(4)(d) -9

(1)(a) 1/2
(2)(b) 3/4
(3)(c) −4/−5
(4)(d) 2/−3

(1)(a) −12
(2)(b) 2−3
(3)(c) −3−4
(4)(d) -5

(1)(a) 310
(2)(b) 610
(3)(c) 320
(4)(d) 620

(1)(a) −3/4
(2)(b) 3/4
(3)(c) 3/7
(4)(d) −3/7