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**Algebraic Expressions**** worksheet for class 7 Important Topics**

- Introduction: Formation of an equation
- Terms of an expression : Factors and coefficients of a term
- 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 [Perimeter formula; area formula]
- Simple linear equations
- Patterns in numbers and geometry

**Some important Facts about ****Algebraic Expressions**** worksheet for class 7**

- Algebraic expressions are formed from variables and constants. We use the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplicationand division on the variables and constants to form expressions. For example, the expression 4xy + 7 is formed from the variables x and y and constants 4 and 7. The constant 4 and the variables x and y are multiplied to give the product 4xy and the constant 7 is added to this product to give the expression.
- Expressions are made up of terms. Terms are added to make an expression. For example, the addition of the terms 4xy and 7 gives the expression 4xy + 7.
- A term is a product of factors. The term 4xy in the expression 4xy + 7 is a product of factors x, y and 4. Factors containing variables are said to be algebraic factors.
- The coefficient is the numerical factor in the term. Sometimes anyone factor in a term is called the coefficient of the remaining part of the term.
- Any expression with one or more terms is called a polynomial. Specifically a one term expression is called a monomial; a two-term exp

**NCERT class 7** **Mathematics Solved Worksheets**

- Chapter 1 – Integers
- Chapter 2 – Fractions and Decimals
- Chapter 3 – Data Handling
- Chapter 4 – Simple Equations
- Chapter 5 – Lines and Angles
- Chapter 6 – Practical Geometry
- Chapter 7 – The Triangle and its Properties
- Chapter 8 – Congruence of triangles
- Chapter 9 – Comparing Quantities
- Chapter 10 – Rational numbers
- Chapter 11 – Perimeter and Area
- Chapter 12 – Algebraic Expressions
- Chapter 13 – Exponents and Powers
- Chapter 14 – Symmetry
- Chapter 15 – Visualizing Solid Shapes

**CBSE Worksheets for class 7 Mathematics in PDF**

**CBSE 7 Mathematics Integers****CBSE 7 Mathematics Fractions and Decimals****CBSE 7 Mathematics Data Handling****CBSE 7 Mathematics Simple Equations****CBSE 7 Mathematics Lines and Angles****CBSE 7 Mathematics The triangle and its properties****CBSE 7 Mathematics Congruence of triangles****CBSE 7 Mathematics Comparing Quantities****CBSE 7 Mathematics Rational Numbers****CBSE 7 Mathematics Geometry****CBSE 7 Mathematics Perimeter and Area****CBSE 7 Mathematics Algebraic Expressions****CBSE 7 Mathematics Exponents and Powers****CBSE 7 Mathematics Symmetry****CBSE 7 Mathematics Visualising solid shapes**

**FINDING THE VALUE OF AN EXPRESSION**

We know that the value of an algebraic expression depends on the values of the variables forming the expression. There are a number of situations in which we need to find the value of an expression, such as when we wish to check whether a particular value of a variable satisfies a given equation or not. We find values of expressions, also, when we use formulas from geometry and from everyday mathematics. For example, the area of a square is l 2 , where l is the length of a side of the square. If l = 5 cm., the area is 52 cm2 or 25 cm2 ; if the side is 10 cm, the area is 102 cm2 or 100 cm2 and so on. We shall see more such examples in the next section.

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