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Class 10 Science Chapter With NCERT Solutions:

Chapter 1- Chemical Reactions and Equations  

Chapter 2- Acids, Bases and Salts  

Chapter 3- Metals and Non-metals

Chapter 4- Carbon and its Compounds  

Chapter 5- Periodic Classification of Elements  

Chapter 6- Life Processes  

Chapter 7- Control and Coordination  

Chapter 8- How do Organisms Reproduce?  

Chapter 9- Heredity and Evolution  

Chapter 10- Light – Reflection and Refraction  

Chapter 11- Human Eye and Colourful World  

Chapter 12- Electricity  

Chapter 13- Magnetic Effects of Electric Current  

Chapter 14- Sources of Energy  

Chapter 15- Our Environment  

Chapter 16- Management of Natural Resources

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Metals and Non-metals

Metals and Non-metals

Chapter-3: Metals and Non-metals    Question 1: Define amphoteric oxides. Give two examples. Answer: Oxides that react with both acids and bases to form salt and water are known as amphoteric oxides. Examples:  PbO and Al2O3. Question 2: Write two metals that Displaces hydrogen from dilute acids. Does not displaces hydrogen from dilute acids. Answer: […]

Acids, Bases and Salts

Acids, Bases and Salts

Chapter-2: Acids, bases and salts.   Question 1: Consider this situation: You are given three test tubes. The three test tubes contain distilled water, acidic solution and basic solution respectively. There is only red litmus paper available in order to identify what is there in each test tube. How will you find out what is in […]

Chemical Reactions and Equations

Chemical Reactions and Equations

Chapter – 1 : Chemical Reactions and Equations   Questions: Q1) Why should a Magnesium ribbon be cleaned before burning in air? Soln: When left unused, the outer layer of Magnesium metal reacts with the atmospheric oxygen and forms Magnesium Oxide (MgO) layer which is a very stable compound thus preventing further reactions with Oxygen. […]

Management of Natural Resources

Management of Natural Resources

Chapter 16 – Management of Natural Resources   1.What changes can you make in your habits to become more environment-friendly? The concept of Three R’s Should be followed in our home if we are want to be environment friendly. The three R’s Reduce Reuse Recycle Reduce: To minimise the usage of various resources and hence […]

Electricity

Electricity

Chapter-12: Electricity   Q1.Three 3 Ω resistors, X, Y and Z are connected as shown in the figure. The maximum power each of them can withstand is 27 W. Find the maximum current that can flow through the three resistors. Ans. Given , Power = 27W Resistance of each resistor = 3 Ω. Now, we […]

Human Eye and Colorful World

Human Eye and Colorful World

Chapter-11: Human Eye and Colorful World   Short Question (Question 1) what advice will a doctor give to a student sitting at the back of the classroom who cannot read clearly the letters written on the blackboard draw ray diagram for the correction of this defect Ans. The doctor will advise the student to wear […]

Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

Magnetic Effects of Electric Current

Chapter 13: Magnetic Effects of Electric Current   Question 1: What is the reason behind the compass needle being deflected when it is brought close to the bar magnet? Answer: Compass needles works as a small bar magnet; when they are brought near to another bar magnet the like poles will end up repelling, as […]

Life Process

Life Process

Chapter-6: Life Process   SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTION Q1: Do you agree, “The plants at night give out carbon dioxide and oxygen during day”? Give reason. Solution: Yes, it is true that plants gives out carbon dioxide at nights and oxygen during days because photosynthesis process takes place only during daytime. The respiration take place […]

Heredity And Evolution

Heredity And Evolution

Chapter-9: Heredity And Evolution Q1. If a trait X exists in 10% of a population of an asexually reproducing species and trait Y exists in 60% of the same population, which trait would have come earlier? Ans. As the species is asexually reproducing, only minor differences will be generated due to minute inaccuracies during DNA […]

How do Organisms Reproduce?

How do Organisms Reproduce?

Chapter-8: How do Organisms Reproduce?   1-What is the primary importance of DNA copying in reproduction? SOLUTION: DNA copying in reproduction is important for maintenance of body designs and features. It is also responsible for bringing variations in the long run which helps in the survival of species.   2-Why is variation beneficial to species […]

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