 # Algebra Study Material

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### Books to refer:

The resources you have and the way you use them determines how well you will Score in your exams.

If you are a CBSE Student, NCERT Textbooks should definitely be on your list. Apart from this, you can refer various textbooks namely,

• Mathematics for Class 10 by R D Sharma
• Secondary School Mathematics for Class 10 by RS Aggarwal
• All in one Mathematics by Arihant

For the SSC board,you can refer to your Textbooks, Digest as well the Class notes available to understand and study the concepts thoroughly.

### Chapter wise weightage of Algebra SSC Board (with options)

• Arithmetic Progression – 8 Marks
• Quadratic equation – 12 Marks
• Linear equation with two variables – 12 Marks
• Probability – 8 Marks
• Statistics – 12 Marks
• Financial Planning- 8 Marks

### Class 10 Algebra Syllabus (State Board) :

#### Chapter 1. Linear equations in two variables

• Linear Equation in Two Variables
• Simultaneous Linear Equations
• Algebraic Methods of Solving a Pair of Linear Equations
• Elimination Method & Substitution Method,
• Cross – Multiplication Method
• Graphical Method of Solution of a Pair of Linear Equations
• Determinant of Order Two Determinants
• Cramer’s Rule
• Simple Situational Problems
• Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables Examples and Solutions

• Standard Form of a Quadratic Equation
• Roots of a Quadratic EquationS
• Solutions of Quadratic Equations by Factorization
• Solutions of Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
• Formula for Solving a Quadratic Equation
• Nature of Roots of a Quadratic Equation
• The Relation Between Roots of the Quadratic Equation & Coefficients
• Quadratic Equation Through Given Roots
• Quadratic Equation & it’s Application

#### Chapter 3. Arithmetic Progression

• Introduction to Sequence & Terms in a sequence
• Arithmetic Progression, Terms and Common Difference of an A.P.General Term of an Arithmetic Progression
• Sum of First n Terms of an A.P.Sum of the First ‘N’ Terms of an Arithmetic Progression
• Arithmetic Progressions Examples and Solutions
• Geometric Progression, its general form, the nth term of a G.P, Sum of the first n terms of a G.P. (S,)

#### Chapter 4. Financial Planning

• GST – Introduction, Tax Invoice, Trading Chain, Features.
• GST – Computation and ITC Shares
• Comparison of FV and MV
• Rate of Return – RoR
• Brokerage and Taxes on Share Trading
• GST on Brokerage Services
• Mutual Fund – MF and Systematic Investment Plan

#### Chapter 5. Probability

• Probability Definition
• Types of Event- Impossible and Sure Or Certain, Complementary events
• Sample Space

#### Chapter 6. Statistics

• Mean of Grouped Data.
• Method of Finding Mean for Grouped Data: Direct Method, Deviation Or Assumed Mean Method and Step Deviation Method.
• Median of Grouped Data.
• Mode of Grouped Data.
• Concept of Pictograph.
• Graphical representation of Data – Histograms
• Construction of a histogram for continuous frequency distribution, discontinuous frequency distribution.
• Construction of histogram for Frequency Polygon
• Concept of Pie Graph (0r a Circle-graph)Interpretation of Pie Diagram
• Drawing a Pie Graph

### General tips for exam preparation

In order to make sure you score good in your exams, you must keep in mind these general tips

• COVID-19 writing speed as well as focus has affected a lot.
• A lot of writing practice that has to be done by you.
• You must keep a track of your time while solving your mock papers and at the same time try to finish your exam at least 15 minutes early.
• Make sure that your presentation is neat and tidy. The question as well as answers should be in the same order for the examiner’s convenience. Note: If your Examiner is happy and can understand what you have written you have won half the battle.