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Mathematics for CBSE Syllabus - 10th Grade

Mathematics for CBSE Students of India and Middle East.

By Annie Joseph

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Course Details

Entire Syllbus of Mathematics for 10t standard students studying in CBSE schools. Taught by one of the most popular mathematics teacher of Mysuru.

Who Should Take This Course ?

Students of 10th Standard CBSE

Requirement

  • Interest to learn

Curriculum

Lecture 1:
Quadratic Equations
7.13
Lecture 4:
Exercise 4 : 3x(2) -2root6x +2 = 0
4.35
Lecture 5:
Exercise 5 : x(2)-3x-10=0
2.55
Lecture 6:
Exercise 6 : 2x(2)+x-6=0
2.1
Lecture 7:
Exercise 7 : Root 2x(2)+7x+5root2=0
2.3
Lecture 8:
Converting Word Problems into Quadratic Equations
6.06
Lecture 9:
Sum of the square of 2 consecutive +ve integer = 365
6.12
Lecture 10:
Right Angle Triangle
6.21
Lecture 11:
Find no. of articles and cost
6.14
Lecture 12:
Finding the solution by completing the square
6.45
Lecture 13:
Exercise 8 : 9x(2) + 15x + 6 = 0
4.59
Lecture 14:
Using Quadratic formula for solving Quadratic equation
4.09
Lecture 15:
Quadratic equation without a real root
3.33
Lecture 16:
Exercise 43
2.32
Lecture 17:
Completing the square
5.44
Lecture 18:
Using the method of completing the square
4.16
Lecture 19:
Finding the quadratic equation by completing the square
2.51
Lecture 20:
Find the sides of the squares
6.48
Lecture 21:
Exercise : 2x(square) - 7x +3 =0
2.27
Lecture 22:
Exercise : 2x(square ) +x -4 =0
1.39
Lecture 23:
Exercise : 4x(square) + 4 root3 x + 3 =0
2.08
Lecture 24:
Exercise 2x(square) + x + 4 = 0
1.36
Lecture 25:
Exercise : 3 (1)
2.43
Lecture 26:
Exercise 3 (2)
2.52
Lecture 27:
Word Problem 1
3.39
Lecture 28:
Word problem 2
5.29
Lecture 29:
Exercise : (x+2) (27-x) = 210
3.16
Lecture 30:
Exercise : Dimension of sides
4.59
Lecture 1:
Introduction
2.15
Lecture 2:
Secant & Tangent
1.48
Lecture 3:
Tangent to a Circle
0.48
Lecture 4:
Theorem 1
3.07
Lecture 5:
Exercise 10.1
2.55
Lecture 6:
Exercise 10.1 (3)
1.55
Lecture 7:
Exercise 10.1 (4)
1.06
Lecture 8:
Circle & the Point
3.03
Lecture 9:
Length of a Tangent
0.52
Lecture 10:
Theorem 2
2.34
Lecture 11:
Exercise 10.2 (1)
1.38
Lecture 12:
Exercise 10.2 (2)
2.07
Lecture 13:
Exercise 10.2 (3)
2.05
Lecture 14:
Exercise 10.2 (4)
1.51
Lecture 15:
Exercise 10.2 (5)
1.29
Lecture 16:
Exercise 10.2 (6)
1.36
Lecture 17:
Exercise 10.2 (7)
2.04
Lecture 18:
Exercise 10.2 (8)
2.45
Lecture 19:
Exercise 10.2 (9)
4.41
Lecture 20:
Exercise 10.2 (10)
2.11
Lecture 21:
Exercise 10.2 (12) - Pat 1
6.48
Lecture 22:
Exercise 10.2 (12) - Part 2
9.02
Lecture 23:
Exercise 10.2 (13)
5.48
Lecture 24:
Areas related to a circle
5.19
Lecture 25:
Area of the Segment. Exercise 12.2 (1)
2.08
Lecture 26:
Exercise 12.2 (2)
1.54
Lecture 27:
Exercise 12.2 (3)
2.32
Lecture 1:
Introduction
2.09
Lecture 2:
Exercise 4.4 Qn. 1 & 2
3.21
Lecture 3:
Exercise 4.4 Qn. 3
1.48
Lecture 4:
Exercise 4 - Find K if roots are equal
3.41
Lecture 5:
Qn. Is it possible to design a rectangular mango grove
2.07
Lecture 6:
Exercise - Find ages of 2 friends
5.21
Lecture 7:
Exerice : Is it possibleto construct a rectangualr...
3.51
Lecture 1:
Revision
4.08
Lecture 2:
Exercise 13.1
3.08
Lecture 3:
Exercise 13.1 (3)
4.38
Lecture 4:
Exericise 13.1 (5)
5.57
Lecture 5:
Exercise 13.2 (1)
3.58
Lecture 6:
Exercise 13.2 (3)
5.03
Lecture 7:
Exercise 13.2 (5)
6.35
Lecture 8:
Exercise 13.3
3.52
Lecture 9:
Exercise - Conversion of solids
4.35
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