Hello Everyone. Thanks for reading this article. We are hereby discussing the **Maths Question Papers for Class 7. **Question Papers and Previous Year Papers are very much crucial particularly when preparing for the school final exams. Middle classes from 6 to 10 students needs a lot of genuine practice of all the Maths concept. And the best way to achieve the same is through solving as many Question Papers and Previous Year Papers as possible. In this article, you can get the** CBSE Class 7 Mathematics Previous year Papers in pdf** and **previous year (last 10 year) CBSE Question Papers for Class 7 Mathematics in PDF with solutions** which are absolutely free.

It becomes very imperative for Students to download and practice this material in order to attain high scoring marks in exams. As already mentioned above please note that the best way of preparing for Class 7 Mathematics exams is by solving last year question papers of CBSE board. This will help every student to prepare properly for Mathematics and score better marks in CBSE NCERT KVS exam papers for Class 7 Mathematics and help you if you are appearing for exams as you will understand the pattern of the paper and the marking scheme. Practicing Question Papers for Class 7 Mathematics will help any student in attaining advantage over other students as they will understand the type of Mathematics questions and expected answers. On ribblu.com one may find database of both Unsolved and Solved Class 7 Mathematics question papers available for free download . All Question papers have been prepared by various schools **as per latest 2023 academic syllabus of Class 7 Mathematics** and based on latest CBSE Class 7 Mathematics Question Papers blueprints and chapter weightage.

#### CBSE Class 7 Mathematics Question Papers PDF Download

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – Set E

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – Set D

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – Set C

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – Set B

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – Set A

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper 2019 – DPS

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper 2018 – DPS

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – KV

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – DPS

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper Term 2 – KV

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper SA2 – KV

CBSE Class 7 Mathematics Question Paper 2021- Billabong

Class 7 Maths Model Question Paper FA1 – KV

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper Annual Exam 2020 – DPS

Class 7 Maths Model Question Paper SA2-(2) – DPS

Class 7 Maths Model Question Paper SA2(1) – DPS

Class 7 Maths Model Question Paper SA1 (2) – DPS

Class 7 Maths Solved Model Question Paper SA2 – DPS

Class 7 Maths Model Question Paper SA1 (1) – DPS

Class 7 Maths Solved Model Question Paper SA1 – DPS

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper SA1 – Sindhi High School

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper SA2 – 2014

Class 7 Maths Question Paper Second Term 2018 – G.D. GOENKA

Class 7 Maths Practice Test Question Paper – Practice Geometry

Class 7 Maths MCQ Paper SA2 set 3 – Apeejay

Class 7 Maths Multiple choice question Paper SA2 set 2 – Apeejay

Class 7 Maths Multiple choice question Paper SA2 set 1 – Apeejay

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper 2017 SA2 – Apeejay

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper SA1 Term

Class 7 Maths Question Paper 2 ( Periodic Test 2017 ) – Apeejay

Sample Question Paper for CBSE Class 7 Maths SA1 – Apeejay

Class 7 Maths Multiple Choice Questions paper SA1 – Apeejay

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper SA2

Maths Sample Question Paper for CBSE Class 7 SA1

Maths – Formative Assessment (1) – Class 7 St. Xaviers Sr. Sec School

Class 7 Maths Question Paper 2014

Class 7 Maths Question Paper – 10

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper

Class 7 Maths Question Paper – 12

Class 7 Maths Term Paper (FA1 2016) VBPS Noida

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper – VBPS Noida

Construction Class 7 Maths Worksheet

Class 7 Maths Question Paper – FA4 (CCE)

Class 7 Maths Weekly Test Question Paper – Set B

CBSE Class 7 Maths FA4 Question Paper 2016

Questions on Exponents and Powers for CBSE Class 7

CBSE Class 7 Maths Question Paper FA2 – 2016

Class 7 Maths Revision Worksheet – SA2

### Important Questions with answers asked in Previous Question Papers of Class 6 Maths

**Q.1 If the perimeter of a rectangle is 26 cm and its length is 7 cm, find its breadth.**

Answer:

Let the breadth of the rectangle be b cm. Perimeter of the rectangle = 2 (length + breadth) 26 = 2 (7 + b) 13 = 7 + b Breadth = 13 – 7 Breadth = 6 cm

Therefore, the breadth of the rectangle is 6 cm.

**Q.2 Find the value of ‘k’ if 5k – 2 = 23.**

Answer:

5k – 2 = 23 5k = 23 + 2 5k = 25 k = 5

Therefore, the value of ‘k’ is 5.

**Q.3 If a sum of Rs. 10,000 amounts to Rs. 12,100 in 2 years at simple interest, find the rate of interest.**

Answer:

Let the rate of interest be ‘r’ % per annum. Simple interest = (Principal × Rate × Time) / 100 12100 – 10000 = (10000 × r × 2) / 100 2100 = 200r r = 2100/200 r = 10.5

Therefore, the rate of interest is 10.5 % per annum.

**Q.4 If the height of a cone is 8 cm and its radius is 3 cm, find its curved surface area.**

**Answer:**

Curved surface area of a cone = πrl, where r is the radius and l is the slant height. l² = r² + h² l² = 3² + 8² l = √(9 + 64) l = √73 cm

Curved surface area = π × 3 × √73 Curved surface area ≈ 68.73 cm²

Therefore, the curved surface area of the cone is approximately 68.73 cm².

**Q.5 If a car covers a distance of 252 km in 4 hours, find its speed.**

**Answer**:

Speed = Distance/Time Speed = 252/4 Speed = 63 km/h

Therefore, the speed of the car is 63 km/h.

**Q.6 The cost of 5 notebooks and 7 pencils is Rs. 50. If the cost of 7 notebooks and 10 pencils is Rs. 80, find the cost of each notebook and each pencil. **

**Answer**: Let the cost of one notebook be x and the cost of one pencil be y. From the first equation, we get: 5x + 7y = 50 From the second equation, we get: 7x + 10y = 80 Solving these equations simultaneously, we get: x = 10 and y = 2 Therefore, the cost of each notebook is Rs. 10 and the cost of each pencil is Rs. 2.

**Q.7 Find the area of a circle whose diameter is 14 cm. (Take π = 22/7) **

**Answer**: Given, diameter of the circle = 14 cm Radius of the circle = Diameter/2 = 14/2 = 7 cm Area of the circle = πr^2 = (22/7) x 7^2 = 154 sq. cm Therefore, the area of the circle is 154 sq. cm.

**Q.8 If 2x + 3y = 15 and 4x – 5y = 10, find the value of x and y. **

**Answer:** Multiplying the first equation by 2, we get: 4x + 6y = 30 Subtracting the second equation from the above equation, we get: 4x + 6y – (4x – 5y) = 30 – 10 Simplifying, we get: 11y = 20 y = 20/11 Substituting the value of y in the first equation, we get: 2x + 3(20/11) = 15 Simplifying, we get: 2x = (165-60)/11 2x = 105/11 x = 105/22 Therefore, the value of x is 105/22 and the value of y is 20/11.

**Q.9 Find the sum of the first 25 odd natural numbers.**

**Answer:** The first odd natural number is 1.

The second odd natural number is 3.

The third odd natural number is 5. And so on.

Therefore, the first 25 odd natural numbers are: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45, 47, 49

The sum of the first n odd natural numbers is n^2. Therefore, the sum of the first 25 odd natural numbers is 25^2 = 625.

Therefore, the sum of the first 25 odd natural numbers is 625.

**Q.10 If the LCM of two numbers is 120 and their HCF is 5, find the two numbers. **

**Answer:** Let the two numbers be x and y. Their LCM is 120. Their HCF is 5. We know that LCM x HCF = product of two numbers. Therefore, 120 x 5 = xy Simplifying, we get: xy = 600 Now, we need to find two numbers whose product is 600 and HCF is 5. The factors of 600 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8

**Example of Previous Year Question Paper**

### CBSE Class 7 Maths Syllabus 2023-24

**Chapter-1 Integers**

Introduction, recall, properties of addition and subtraction of integers, multiplication of integers, properties of multiplication of integers , division of integers, properties of integers.

**Chapter-2 Fraction and Decimals**

Introduction, How well you have learnt about fractions? (proper fraction, improper fraction, mixed fraction, equivalent fraction) Multiplication of fractions, Division of fractions, How well you have learnt about decimal numbers? Multiplication of decimal numbers, division of decimal numbers.

**Chapter-3 Data Handling**

Introduction, collecting data, organisation of data, representative values, arithmetic mean, mode, median, use of bar graphs with a different purpose, chance and probability.

**Chapter-4 Simple Equation**

Introduction, A mind reading game, setting up of an equation, review of what we know, what equation is? Solving an equation, more equations, from solution to equation, application of simple equations to practical situations

**Chapter–5 Lines and Angles**

Introduction, related angles, pair of lines, checking for parallel lines.

**Chapter-6 The triangle and its properties**

Introduction, Medians of a triangle, altitudes of a triangle, Exterior angle of a triangle and its properties, two special triangle and its property, angle sum property of a triangle, equilateral and isosceles triangle, sum of the lengths of two sides of a triangle, right angled triangles and Pythagoras property.

**Chapter-7 Congruence of Triangles**

Introduction, Congruence of plane figures, Congruence among line segments, congruence of angles, congruence of triangles, criteria for congruence of triangles, congruence among right angled triangles.

**Chapter-8 Comparing Quantities**

Introduction, Equivalent ratios, percentage another way of comparing quantities, use of percentages, prices related to an item or buying and selling, charge given on borrowed money or simple interest.

**Chapter-10 Practical Geometry**

Introduction, construction of a line parallel to a given line through a point not on the line. Construction of triangles, Constructing a triangle when the lengths of its three sides are known (SSS Criterion), constructing a triangle when the lengths of two sides and the measure of the angle between them are known (SAS criterion), constructing a triangle when the measure of two of its angles and the length of the side included between them is given (ASA criterion), constructing a right-angled triangle when the length of one leg and its hypotenuse are given (RHS criterion).

**Chapter-11 Perimeter and Area**

Introduction, area of square, rectangles, and parallelogram, area of a triangle, circle, conversion of units, application.

**Chapter -12 Algebraic Expressions**

Introduction, How are expressions formed, terms of an Expression, like and unlike terms, Monomials, Binomials, Trinomials and Polynomials, addition and subtraction of algebraic expressions, finding the value of an expression, using algebraic expression- formulas and rules.

**Chapter-13 Exponents and Powers **

Introduction, exponents, laws of exponents, miscellaneous examples using the laws of exponents, decimal number system, expressing large numbers in the standard form.

#### Class 7 Maths Sample Paper

Class 7 Math Sample Paper 2 ( Annual exam) – Prince Public School

Sample Paper for CBSE Class 7 Maths – Half Yearly

CBSE Class 7 Maths Sample Paper Half Yearly Exam

Class 7 Maths Sample Paper ( First Term Exam 2018 ) – VBPS

Sample Question Paper for CBSE Class 7 Maths Term 2 – DPS

Class 7 Maths Maths Sample Paper ( Mensuration )

Attempting **Previous year question papers for Class 7 Maths** is the perfect strategy to prepare for final exams of Class 7. Getting full score in Grade 7 examinations is a wish of all the student as it always helps in future and makes sure that child has built a sound base of mathematics for higher classes in school. By solving Class 7 Mathematics Question papers one gets the chance toe enhance their knowledge and identify the exam pattern and weightage of questions and critical topics which are repeated in exams. This greatly increases the chances of getting better rank in the exam.

**Key Advantages in Attempting Last year Question Papers of Maths for Class 7:**

a) Increases the problem solving skills for Grade 7 Maths

b) Exam has to be attempted in limited time period. usually 2-3 hours. So while attempting question papers one Improves speed and accuracy.

c) Maths papers needs a strategy while attempting. How to approach Maths Question Paper in examination hall is key aspect and while prating previous year papers it helps the students to develop good strategy to approach and solve the Standard 7 Maths question paper

d) Students gets to know their grey / weak areas in advance while practicing so that they can spend more time to resolve mistakes and clear concepts of various chapters given in NCERT for Class 7 Mathematics.

e) Helps to revise the entire 2021 syllabus and familiarises with important questions

#### CBSE Sample Question Paper for Class 7 Maths

#### CBSE Class 7 Maths Test Papers, Unit Tests and Periodic Assessment Exams

CBSE Class 7 Maths Periodic Test 2020 – Amrita vidyalayam

CBSE Class 7 Maths Test Paper – (Unit Test 1)

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Visualising Solid Shapes

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Symmetry

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Rational Numbers

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Perimeter and Area

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Exponents and Powers

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Algebraic Expressions

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Triangles and Its Properties

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Simple Equations

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE Class 7 Lines and Angles

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE Class 7 Integers

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Fractions and Decimals

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Data Handling

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE class 7 Congruence of Triangles

Maths Practice Questions for CBSE Class 7 Comparing Quantities

CBSE Class 7 Maths Test Paper – Mayoor School

CBSE Class 7 Maths Test Paper – (Unit Test 2)

CBSE Class 7 Maths Test Paper – (Unit Test 3)

#### CBSE Worksheets for Class 7 Maths

#### Question Papers of Other Subjects of Class 7

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 Science

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 English

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 Social Science

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 Computer Science

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 Hindi

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 Sanskrit

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 PSA (Problem Solving Assessment)

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 Japanese

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 German

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 French

CBSE Question Papers of Class 7 General Knowledge (G.K.)

**Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)**

**Q. How many total subjects are there in 7th Class ?**

- Hindi, English, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Sanskrit, Computer.

**Q. How can I become topper Student in Class 7th?**

A. There are no shortcuts of becoming the class topper. The only way to be the best is to discipline, study hard and learn the tricks of the teachers. If you want to become the top of the class then you need to make sure that you are organized and disciplined. Also, homework tasks are always set for a reason which may mean that if you don’t do your homework, you might suffer during the final exam.

**Q. In Class 7 Which are the important portions of Social Science.**

A.

1. Social and Political Life – II (Civics)

2. Our Pasts – II (History)

3. Our Environment (Geography

**Q. Does the Syllabus prescribed by CBSE apply all over India ?**

A. Yes, more or less the CBSE syllabus is the same for all schools in India and there are little or no state-wise differences in CBSE syllabus since a majority of schools follow NCERT books. In other words, CBSE syllabus, on the whole, is the same for all states in India.

**Q. What are the few best methods to Prepare English Subject?**

A. The student must focus on grammar and writing, as these are sections in which students tend to lose the maximum number of marks. Practice writing sections of previous papers, along with grammar questions like editing and omission of paragraphs. The latter requires intensive practice, and demand that the students be thorough.

**Q. is there any way we can score full marks in Social Science?**

A. Scoring good marks in Social science is not a big task but students have to practice consistently. The concept matter will be a lot clearer to you once you understand – for instance – how the government works, or what happened during the Indian independence period. Understanding the subject will help you retain and recall effectively during the exam. Plus, you will be able to relate it to current events and pinpoint historical trends from a panoramic standpoint.