In chapter 3 of class 10 maths, students are introduced to several methods of solving linear equation algebraically as well as graphically. They will also learn about other methods like substitution method, elimination method and cross multiplication methods. While there are many topics to cover and understand, free CBSE revision notes for class 10 maths chapter 3 – pair of linear equations in two variables is available here with detailed explanations to further make things easy for students.
These notes offer the necessary insight into how the math problems should be solved. Students can study smartly with these notes and at the same time be well prepared to answer any type of question that may be asked in the examinations.
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Frequently asked Questions on CBSE Class 10 Maths Notes Chapter 3: Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables
What is a ‘Linear equation’?
A linear equation is an equation in which the highest power of the variable is always 1.
What is an ‘Algebraic equation’?
An algebraic equation can be defined as a mathematical statement in which two expressions are set equal to each other.
What are some of the uses of ‘Linear equations’?
1. Solve age related problems 2. Calculate speed 3. Geometry related problems 4. Work, time and wage related problems 5. Calculate money, percentage related sums