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#### List of integers Questions

Question No | Questions | Class |
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1 | The multiplicative identity for integers is ( mathbf{A} cdot mathbf{0} ) B. c. ( 0 . ) ( D ) | 7 |

2 | ( (+76)-(-34)= ) A. -110 B. -42 ( mathbf{c} cdot+110 ) D. None of these | 7 |

3 | Simplify ( [38 div(-57)] ) | 7 |

4 | Prove: (+3)( [+(-7)=(-4) ) | 7 |

5 | Fill in the blank. ( 13+_{-1}-dots ) | 7 |

6 | Fill in the blanks. (i) The additive identity of the integers is P. (ii) The integer which is 8 less than -24 is ( underline{Q}_{-} ) (iii) Every integer less than zero is ( R ) ( P quad Q quad R ) ( begin{array}{lll}A cdot O & -32 & text { negative }end{array} ) B. ( 1-32 ) positive c. ( 0-16 ) negative D. 1 -32 negative | 7 |

7 | Verify ( a-(-b)=a+b ) for the following values of a and b. (i) ( a=21, b=18 ) (ii) ( a=118, b=125 ) | 7 |

8 | Fill in the blanks with ( >,< ) or ( =operatorname{sign} ) ( $ $(-21)-(-10) ) ( ? ) | 7 |

9 | State true or false ( (-5)-4=-9 ) A. True B. False | 7 |

10 | Solve: ( (-12) times(-3) times 4 times(-6)=? ) ( mathbf{A} cdot-144 ) B . -908 c. +864 ( mathbf{D} cdot-864 ) | 7 |

11 | Fill in the blanks ( (-8)+(-3)= ) | 7 |

12 | Difference of sums of 998 and -486 from 290 and 732 A . – -510 B. +510 c. – -1022 D. +512 | 7 |

13 | ( (-8) times(-4)= ) ( A cdot-8 ) B. -32 ( c cdot-4 ) ( D cdot+32 ) | 7 |

14 | Subtract 75 from ( 98-25+4 ) ( A cdot 2 ) B. 5 ( c cdot-2 ) D. | 7 |

15 | Find each of the following products: (a) ( -10 times 9 ) (b) ( (-20) times(-10) ) (c) ( (-4) times(-6) ) | 7 |

16 | ( 5.63 times 11 ) is equal to A . 62 B. ( 83 . overline{93} ) c. 83.93 D. 83.93 | 7 |

17 | Find the missing number: ( (+6) times—–(-42) ) | 7 |

18 | Which of the following statements are true? Of the two integers, if one is negative, then their product must be positive. | 7 |

19 | Find : ( 2 times 2 ) | 7 |

20 | Find the sum: ( (-7)+(-9)+4+16 ) | 7 |

21 | Evaluate: ( (-10)+(+19) ) | 7 |

22 | Find the sum of -23 and 3 | 7 |

23 | Evaluate ( -12 times 21 ) A ( .-2412 ) B . -242 ( mathbf{c} .-252 ) D. +252 | 7 |

24 | Do the following subtraction with the help of numberline: ( 8-2 ) | 7 |

25 | Find the sum of: -127 and 300 | 7 |

26 | Fill in the blanks with ( >,< ) or ( =operatorname{sign} ) ( $ $-45-(-11) ) ( -57+(-4) $ $ ? ) | 7 |

27 | The addition of two numbers is ( -36 . ) If one number is twice the another number. What are the two numbers A. (-18,-18) (i) (-18,-18,-18),(8) B. (-2,-34) c. (12,24) D. (-12,-24) | 7 |

28 | Find the sum of: 256 from -312 | 7 |

29 | The addition of two numbers is ( -72 . ) If one number is thrice the another number. Find the greater number A. -9 B. -18 c. -54 D. -11 | 7 |

30 | Solve the following: ( 17-(-14) ) | 7 |

31 | Evaluate ( (-6) times(-2) ) A . -8 B. +8 c. -12 D. +12 | 7 |

32 | The sum of two integers is ( -35 . ) If one of them is ( 40, ) then the other is. A . 5 B. -75 c. 75 D. -5 | 7 |

33 | What will be the sign of the product if we together multiply 199 negative integers and 10 positive integers? A. Negative B. Positive c. can’t say D. Data is insufficient | 7 |

34 | Subtract -6 from 3 | 7 |

35 | The additive identity element in the set of integers is: A . B. – – c. 0 D. None of these | 7 |

36 | The value of ( frac{15 times(-24) times-18}{-(27) times(20)} ) is A . -16 B . -15 ( c cdot-12 ) D. 12 | 7 |

37 | Additive inverse of 10 is A. 0 в. -10 ( c .8 ) D. none | 7 |

38 | If ( x, y, z ) are three consecutive positive integer, then ( log (1+z x) ) is equal to | 7 |

39 | Solve : ( (-2)+8+(-4) ) | 7 |

40 | Find the general expressions for two positive integers which are such that if their product is taken from the sum of their squares the difference is a perfect square | 7 |

41 | Subtract the following with the help of numberline: ( (-3)-6 ) | 7 |

42 | ( -50 div 7 ) find the quotient and remainder. | 7 |

43 | Find the value of ( (-144) div(+16) ) ( A cdot+9 ) B. +11 ( c .-9 ) D. -11 | 7 |

44 | The product of each positive integer with -1 is always A. Positive B. Negative ( c cdot 0 ) D. None of these | 7 |

45 | The value of ( frac{-18 times 5}{3 times(-10)} ) is A. 3 B. 6 ( c cdot 4 ) ( D cdot-3 ) | 7 |

46 | ( (+132) div(-12) ) A ( .+101 ) в. -10 ( c cdot+11 ) D. -11 | 7 |

47 | The value of ( 52-27+67-48 ) is A .44 B. 45 c. 46 D. -44 | 7 |

48 | ( (-144) div(+16) ) ( A cdot+9 ) B. +11 ( c .-9 ) D. -11 | 7 |

49 | Observe the given multiplies of 37 ( 37 times 3=111 ) ( 37 times 6=222 ) ( 37 times 9=333 ) ( 37 times 12=444 ) Find the product of ( 37 times 27 ? ) A . 999 B. Greatest 3 digit number c. Either A or B D. Smallest 3-digit number | 7 |

50 | ( (-1)(-1)(-1)(-1)(-1)=dots dots ) | 7 |

51 | Which integer is the additive inverse of itself? A . -1 B. c. 0 ( D ) | 7 |

52 | What value should come in place of question mark (?) in the questions given below? ( 29+729=? ) A. 758 B. 763 ( c cdot 741 ) D. 75 | 7 |

53 | At Jammu temperature was ( -5^{circ} mathrm{C} ) on Monday and then it dropped by ( 2^{circ} mathrm{C} ) on Tuesday. What was the temperature of Jammu on Tuesday | 7 |

54 | Evaluate ( (-9) times 7 times(-11) ) | 7 |

55 | Subtract -30 from -10 ( A cdot+20 ) B . 40 ( c cdot-20 ) D. -40 | 7 |

56 | Simplify: ( frac{(-33) times(96)}{(11) times(-24)} ) A. -14 B. 12 c. 10 D. -12 | 7 |

57 | Subtract 1732765 from 3673124 in the scale of eight. | 7 |

58 | ( (-12)-(-6)= ) ( A cdot-6 ) B . -18 ( c cdot+6 ) D. None of these | 7 |

59 | Find the sum of the following. i) -5,-4,-6 and -17 | 7 |

60 | Add: ( 87-35 ) and ( 35-87 ) A . B . – -65 ( c .-35 ) D. 87 | 7 |

61 | Add without using number line: (1) ( 1+(-7) ) (2) ( (-13)+ ) (18) (3) ( (-10)+(19) ) (4) ( (-250)+(150) ) (5) ( (-380)+(-270) ) ( (-217)+(-100) ) | 7 |

62 | ( -32 times x=160,-23 times y=-115 ) What is the value of ( x div y ? ) A . -1 B. ( c .-5 ) D. 5 | 7 |

63 | Fill in the blanks. The – – – – consists of natural numbers, zero and negative of natural numbers. Zero is called the ( -dots-dots ) called the multiplicative identity A. Integers, additive identity, 1 B. Integers, additive inverse, 1 c. Whole numbers, additive identity, D. Rational numbers, additive inverse, | 7 |

64 | Value of ( 2^{2} times(-3)^{2} times 2^{2} times(-4)^{2} ) is A .2034 в. 2403 ( c .2304 ) D. None of these | 7 |

65 | Subtract the sum of -340 and 170 from -45 | 7 |

66 | ( A=12 B=15 ) find ( 5 A-3 B ) | 7 |

67 | Difference of 23 and 17.081 is A . 0.5919 B. 59.19 c. 591.9 D. 5.919 | 7 |

68 | Subtract the following with the help of numberline: ( (-2)-7 ) | 7 |

69 | If ( 27 times 3=243 ) and ( 5 times 4=80 ) Then the value of ( 3 times 7 ) is A . 84 B. 147 ( c cdot 63 ) D. 23 | 7 |

70 | ( (-46)+(+15)= ) A. +31 B. 31 ( c cdot-31 ) D. none of these | 7 |

71 | Sum of ( X ) and ( Y ) is ( -2 . ) If ( X=43 ), the ( Y ) is: A . 45 в. -45 c. 41 D. -41 | 7 |

72 | The value of ( -5 times-2 times-2 times-3 ) is ( A cdot 80 ) B. 65 ( c cdot 60 ) D. -60 | 7 |

73 | Positive of a negative integer is A. negative B. positive c. zero D. none of these | 7 |

74 | Product of two integers with unlike signs is – A. 0 B. Positive c. Negative D. None of these | 7 |

75 | The additive inverse of ( frac{2}{7} ) is A ( cdot frac{2}{7} ) B. ( frac{-2}{7} ) c. ( frac{7}{2} ) D. ( frac{-7}{2} ) | 7 |

76 | 7. (1) 120 – 560 (2) 91 – 299 (3) 78 -169 (4) 104 – 429 | 7 |

77 | ( (-5)+6=? ) A ( cdot(-1) ) в. c. 11 D. (-11) | 7 |

78 | If the dividend and divisor have unlike signs then the quotient will be A. Positive B. Negative c. zero D. none of these | 7 |

79 | Subtract the following algebraic expressions. ( 4 x ) from ( 8 x ) A .4 B. ( 4 x ) ( c .-4 ) D. ( -4 x ) | 7 |

80 | Multiplication of a negative integer for even times gives a result A. negative B. 0 c. positive D. none | 7 |

81 | ( (-24)+(-28)= ) A . -52 B. +52 c. 0 D. None | 7 |

82 | Find additive inverse of (-7) A . -7 B. 0 ( c cdot 7 ) D. 6 | 7 |

83 | Find the additive identity of the integers. | 7 |

84 | Subtract the sum of ( 865 &-493 ) from the sum of ( -380 & 675 ) | 7 |

85 | ( (-24) times(-2) times(-2) times 0 times(-4)= ) ( mathbf{A} cdot+384 ) B . -384 c. 0 D. None of these | 7 |

86 | Verify ( boldsymbol{a}-(-boldsymbol{b})=boldsymbol{a}+boldsymbol{b} ) for ( boldsymbol{a}= ) ( mathbf{1 3 1}, boldsymbol{b}=mathbf{1 5} ) | 7 |

87 | Find the sum of -9,+14,+21,+19,+7 | 7 |

88 | Do following addition with the help of numberline: ( 8+(-6) ) | 7 |

89 | Subtract -24 from +38 ( A cdot+14 ) B. +62 ( c .-14 ) D. -62 | 7 |

90 | ( (148) div(-4)= ) ( A cdot+37 ) B. -37 ( c cdot-38 ) D. None of these | 7 |

91 | ( (-1)^{11} ) value is ( A cdot+1 ) B. ( c cdot-1 ) D. none of these | 7 |

92 | Add ( (-7)+(-8)+(-90) ) | 7 |

93 | Write down a pair of integers whose sum is -7 A . -5,-2 в. 5,2 ( c cdot-1,-6 ) D. both A and C | 7 |

94 | Find the value of ( x ) in this equation: ( frac{392}{x}=-196 ) ( A cdot 2 ) B. 4 ( c .-2 ) D. – | 7 |

95 | Multiply (-3) and (+5) | 7 |

96 | A TV was bought at a price of Rs. 21000 After 1 year the value of the TV was depreciated by ( 5 % ). (Depreciation means reduction of the value due to use and age of the item). Find the value of the TV after 1 year. | 7 |

97 | Replace the blank with an integer to make it a true statement. [ times(-8)=-56 ] | 7 |

98 | The addition of two numbers is ( -120 . ) If one number is four times the another number. Find the greater number A . -24 B. 96 ( c cdot 24 ) D. – 96 | 7 |

99 | Solve ( frac{2^{3} times 3^{5} times 8}{27 times 36} ) | 7 |

100 | Find the sum of : -52 and 52 | 7 |

101 | Fill in the blanks with ( >,< ) or ( =operatorname{sign} ) ( (-3)+(-6) dots dots dots(-3)-(-6) ) | 7 |

102 | Add: -18,14 | 7 |

103 | The addition of two negative numbers is ( -108 . ) If one of the number is ( -79, ) find the other number A . -29 B . -187 c. 29 D. 187 | 7 |

104 | Do the following as directed. From ( 21 v ) subtract ( -v ) A ( .22 v ) в. 200 ( c cdot-20 v ) D. ( -22 v ) | 7 |

105 | Which of the following number sentences best describes the problem shown on the number line? A. ( -2+(-4) ) B. ( -5+3 ) c. ( 5+(-3) ) D. ( -4+2 ) | 7 |

106 | ( 2850 div ?=75 ) A . 31 B. 34 ( c cdot 38 ) D. 39 | 7 |

107 | Let ( m ) be a positive integer. Then al pairs of integers ( (x, y) ) such that ( x^{2}left(x^{2}+y^{2}right)=y^{m+1} ) is ( x=t^{5}+t^{3}, y= ) ( t^{4}+t^{2} ) If true then enter 1 and if false then enter 0 A. True B. False | 7 |

108 | State, whether the following statements are true or false. If ( a 0, ) then ( a-c<b-c )where ( a, b, c ) are real numbers and ( c neq 0 ) A. True B. False | 7 |

109 | Find the largest number which divides 853 and 385 leaving remainder 7 in each case. | 7 |

110 | ( (-35)+(-32) ) is equal to A . 67 B. -67 ( c .-3 ) D. 3 | 7 |

111 | Evaluate: ( +5-6=? ) A . -1 B. ( c cdot 2 ) D. – 2 | 7 |

112 | The additive inverse of ( frac{-a}{b} ) is A ( cdot frac{a}{b} ) B. ( frac{b}{a} ) c. ( frac{-b}{a} ) D. None of these | 7 |

113 | For any integer ( mathbf{a}, boldsymbol{a} times mathbf{1}=mathbf{1} times boldsymbol{a}= ) ( mathbf{A} cdot mathbf{1} ) B. ( c cdot a ) D. can not be calculated | 7 |

114 | Subtract -26 from +32 A. – – B. +6 ( c .-58 ) ( D cdot+58 ) | 7 |

115 | How much 5 is less than -2 is. ( A cdot 3 ) в. -3 ( c cdot-7 ) D. 7 | 7 |

116 | The product of two rational numbers is ( -7 . ) If one of the numbers is ( -5, ) find the other. | 7 |

117 | Square of any -ve integer is A. Negative B. Positive ( c cdot 0 ) D. none of these | 7 |

118 | The value of ( -5 times-12 times 2 times-3 ) is A . -360 B. -380 ( c .-400 ) D. 360 | 7 |

119 | If the product of two integers is 72 and one of them is ( -9, ) then the other integer is. A. -8 B. 8 c. 81 D. 63 | 7 |

120 | The sum of two integers is ( -23 . ) If one of them is 18 , then the other is A. -14 B. 14 c. 41 D. -41 | 7 |

121 | Simplify ( 3 times(-1) ) ( A cdot 3 ) B. – c. 1 D. 2 | 7 |

122 | Subtract the following with the help of numberline: ( (-3)-(-2) ) | 7 |

123 | Do following addition with the help of numberline: ( (-4)+5 ) | 7 |

124 | Subtract (-5) from (-9) ( A cdot 4 ) B. -4 c. -14 D. 14 | 7 |

125 | ( mathbf{2 4} times mathbf{2 7}= ) | 7 |

126 | Let ( n>2 ) be an integer and ( f: P rightarrow R ) a function defined on the set of points in the plane, with the property that for any regular n-gon ( boldsymbol{A}_{mathbf{1}} boldsymbol{A}_{mathbf{2}} ldots boldsymbol{A}_{boldsymbol{n}}, boldsymbol{f}left(boldsymbol{A}_{mathbf{1}}right)+ ) ( boldsymbol{f}left(boldsymbol{A}_{2}right)+ldots+boldsymbol{F}left(boldsymbol{A}_{n}right)=mathbf{0} . ) Prove that is the zero function. A. fis zero function. B. fis not a zero function c. f is indefinite function. D. fis not a function | 7 |

127 | Find the additive inverse of the number ( frac{2}{8} ) | 7 |

128 | Solve ( -12-(10 div 5)+5-(-2 times 3+5)+ ) ( mathbf{6}-{(-mathbf{2} times mathbf{3}) times mathbf{1}+(-mathbf{3}-mathbf{5})} ) | 7 |

129 | In the first half of a trivia game, Mark scored 200 points. Then, during the second half, he scored -100 points. What was his final score? A . 100 в. 300 c. -100 D. -200 | 7 |

130 | Find ( (-32)-(-50) ) | 7 |

131 | Find the product of ( (-1) times(-2) times ) ( (3) times 4 ) | 7 |

132 | Find the value of ( 703-1+1-400 ) | 7 |

133 | ( (-8) times(-2) times(+3) times(-4)= ) ( mathbf{A} cdot+192 ) B. -192 ( c cdot+28 ) D. – | 7 |

134 | state whether the following statement are true: Additive inverse of a positive integer is negative. | 7 |

135 | The additive inverse of 17 is: A. -17 B. 17 c. ( frac{1}{17} ) D. ( -frac{1}{17} ) | 7 |

136 | Fill in the blanks: ( (-100) times(-6)=dots dots dots ) | 7 |

137 | Evaluate : ( mathbf{4} mathbf{9} times(-mathbf{9 7}) ) | 7 |

138 | Verify : ( mathbf{1 7} times(mathbf{9}+(-mathbf{3}))=(mathbf{1 7} times mathbf{9})+(mathbf{1 7} times ) (-3)) | 7 |

139 | Multiplication of a negative integer for even number of times gives a number. A. negative B. C. positive D. none of these | 7 |

140 | Simplify: ( mathbf{3 6} times(-mathbf{3})+(-mathbf{3 6}) times mathbf{7} ) | 7 |

141 | Solve: ( -(x-3)+4>-2 x+5 ) when ( x ) is a integer | 7 |

142 | State the following statement is True or False The value of ( -32 times-13=-416 ) A . True B. False | 7 |

143 | Simplify : 6324 ( times 124 ) | 7 |

144 | Calculate ( 34-98= ) A .132 B. 64 ( c .-64 ) D. -132 | 7 |

145 | ( -84 times dots dots=+84 ) A . ( B .+ ) ( c cdot+84 ) D. – | 7 |

146 | Write the additive inverse of ( frac{8}{5} ) | 7 |

147 | Replace the blank with an integer to make it a true statement. ( (-3) times—-=27 ) | 7 |

148 | Work out the answers to the following calculate the number line. ( (-5)+(-4) ) | 7 |

149 | Fill in the blanks: ( (-3) times dots dots dots=3 ) | 7 |

150 | ( (+13)-(+12) ) is equal to ( A cdot+1 ) ( B cdot+13 ) ( c cdot-1 ) D. None of these | 7 |

151 | Simplify : ( (-13)-(+14) ) | 7 |

152 | Fill in the blanks: ( mathbf{1 0 0} times(-mathbf{6})=dots dots dots ) | 7 |

153 | For any positive integer ( a ), what is ( (-1) times a ) equal to? | 7 |

154 | Sign of the product of 231 negative integer and 9 positive integer is A. Negative B. Positive ( c cdot 0 ) D. None of these | 7 |

155 | ( -675-(25)= ) ( mathbf{A} cdot mathbf{0} ) в. 100 ( c .700 ) D. – 700 | 7 |

156 | Multiply: ( (-5) times 8 ) and ( 3 times(-2) ) A . 240 B. 420 ( c cdot-240 ) D. -420 | 7 |

157 | ( -123-(-23)= ) A . 146 B . -146 ( c .100 ) D. – 100 | 7 |

158 | What will be the missing number in the following equation ( (-8) times—–= ) (+32)( ? ) | 7 |

159 | State the following statement as True or False. Multiplication and Division of two negative numbers is always a negative number. A. True B. False | 7 |

160 | From the sum of -38 and ( 40 . ) subtract ( mathbf{1 2 0} ) | 7 |

161 | The value of ( 555 times 193-555 times 93 ) is A .555,931 в. 1,210,321 c. 53,912 D. 55,500 | 7 |

162 | Simplify: ( 21-27+3+12 times(-1) ) | 7 |

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