Andhra Pradesh Board Class 8 Maths

The Andhra Pradesh Board works with the main aim of providing quality education to all. As such, the board has designed the curriculum for class 8 maths in such a way that students in the state actually learn to enjoy mathematics and make mathematics a part of their life experience. In class 8, students are taught to understand the basic structure of mathematics, the logical proofs of propositions, theorems etc.

To help students further make the best out of their study time, we at Byju’s are providing several class 8 math study tools like math textbooks, question papers, and even the syllabus. With these resources, students can;

  • Study more effectively.
  • Develop an effective preparation strategy.

Students can access the resources from the links given below.

Andhra Pradesh Board Class 8 Maths Syllabus

Students can get a hold of the latest syllabus from the link given below and learn about the important topics.

Andhra Pradesh Board Class 8 Math Textbook

The textbooks have been developed by the textbook development committee in collaboration with several teachers from all over the state. The Andhra Pradesh SCERT (APSCERT) 8th Class math Textbook attempts to enhance the student’s knowledge about important topics which will form the base for higher studies. Students can download the textbook in the form of a PDF below:

Andhra Pradesh Board Class 8 Maths Question Papers

One of the major benefits of using math question papers is that it will help students develop better math problem-solving skills, understand the exam format and know what topics to focus on. It is a good practice to go through question papers before the exams. Students can download the Andhra Pradesh Board Class 8 math question papers from the link given below.

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Practise This Question

What is the angle included between the hour hand and the minute hand, if the time shown by the watch is 06:30? Is it acute or obtuse?