How to pass in mathematics in class x CBSE board exam?
It is our experience that 90 percent of students in the class who don’t care to consider maths, it isn’t really their deficiency, it is their criticism from the environmental factors because of which they have created an idea in their mind that maths is an extreme subject. These 90 percent students really required such a mentor or instructor who could flush out maths fear from student’s cerebrum and teach them maths in a fascinating manner. These students required an accomplished mentor, not a fresher one. Everybody can learn maths but rather there are various methods for maths learning which can be varied among the number of students. If you are not competent to get familiar with the current exercise of your maths book then you are required first to gain proficiency with the comparable sort of exercise of past classes, at that point certainly there is no question raises that you won’t capable to learn maths.
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This post is dedicated to all those students who are weak in maths and so far they don’t have the confidence to pass in maths, study this post till the end and follow us whatever the pieces of advice are given here. These are the tricks we apply in our coaching institutes for getting a hundred percent result in the board exams.
Study and repeat the easiest chapters Statistics, probability, construction, and coordinate geometry, number system, and mensuration, these chapters are the easiest part of maths, how to study these chapters we will discuss one by one.
Statistics and probability statistics. The type of questions asked in the board exams are, less than ogive and more than ogive, frequency polygons, and curve, mean, mode and median of grouped and ungrouped data, In probability playing cards, dice, and tables based on surveys related questions are generally asked in the exams.
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Geometrical Construction – The geometrical construction is very easy, questions asked in the exams are selected if you repeat 5 to 7 limited questions of this exercise you can capture all 2 or 3 questions asked in the question paper.
Real No. If you scrutinize last year’s questions paper you will see the same type of questions are asked by CBSE every time which you can practice and learn their way of solution.
Mensuration (How?) .The surface areas and volume, area of the circle, sector, and segment are the part of mensuration, it is formula-based if you learn its formula and capable to draw the figure as described in the questions. Determine what is the formula for the physical quantity asked and given in the question, write the formula in the case when you are given the physical quantity then write the magnitude of that quantity equivalent to it, place the value of dimensions given to you in the questions and determine unknown value, now write the formula for the physical quantity you are asked in the questions, substitute the dimensions and calculate you will get the required answer.
Co-ordinate geometry. In co-ordinate geometry class 10 contains section formula and area of a triangle.In the exam questions of 1 mark,2 marks,3 marks, and 4 marks would be asked.If you have studied it in 9 class then it is very easy to understand it.
Hight and Distance. Learn. The questions of height and distance are also limited if you are capable to draw the diagram and know the basic formulas of trigonometry the relationship between sides and trigonometric functions. In these questions observe the right triangle in the diagram, and point out the angle of elevation or depression, base, altitude, and the hypotenuse, some of these quantities would be given in the questions and a few of them may be asked in the question, apply the formula as per the sides and angles are given to you and get the unknown value then ultimately what is asked to you in the questions repeat the same procedure and you will get the required answer.
After you go through all the above questions you can easily pass and get more than 50 % but if you want to get more than 80 % marks you have to do more hard work by understanding the arithmetic progression, linear equation, quadratic equations, and geometry.
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Our pieces of advice for you are based on our experience in teaching to the weak students of government and public schools so whatever you understand first to do that for enhancing your confidence and be systematic in learning maths questions.
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