# -35 × 107 is not same as

a. -35 × (100 + 7)

b. (-35) × 7 + (-35) × 100

c. -35 × 7 + 100

d. (-30 -5) × 107

**Solution:**

If we solve the given expression -35 × 107 using integer properties the final value will be -3745. Now to determine from the above listed option which option is not giving the same output as the -35 × 107 we need to evaluate all the alternative options.

a) -35 × (100 + 7) = -3745

b) (-35) × 7 + (-35) × 100 = -3745

c) -35 × 7 + 100 = -145

d) (-30 -5) × 107 = -3745

Therefore, on simplifying individual options we observe that the option (c) -35 × 7 + 100 = -145 is not the same as -35 × 107.

**✦ Try This: **Simplify -25 × 109

Using the integer rules and BODMAS rules we can determine the value of -25 × 109

**☛ Also Check:** NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 1

**NCERT Exemplar Class 7 Maths Chapter 1 Exercise Problem 18**

## -35 × 107 is not same as: -35 × (100 + 7), (-35) × 7 + (-35) × 100, -35 × 7 + 100, (-30 -5) × 107

**Summary:**

According to the integer rules and the BODMAS rules, on simplifying individual options we observe that the value of -35 × 107 is not same as the option (c) -35 × 7 + 100 = -145

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