Polynomial Class 10 Notes

The chapter which deals with the topic of “polynomial” in class 10 is a very important chapter for students. Well, they will use the knowledge gained from this chapter to understand higher level concepts that will be introduced in classes 11 and 12. However, in class 10 students will have to deal with concepts like the value of a polynomial, roots of the polynomial expression, division of polynomial, Remainder’s theorem, Factor’s theorem, the Geometric meaning of the roots of the polynomial and more. While there are certainly a lot of topics to cover and study, polynomial class 10 notes are provided here to help students take a quick glimpse of the entire chapter and its important concepts.

In class 10 maths chapter 2 notes, students will find important formulas, examples, and problems which will be helpful in preparing for the class as well as the board exam. Thus, having CBSE notes for maths will prove to be handy and will help students have a quick revision of all the possible topics and questions from the given chapter. The notes will also help them study productively and use their valuable time wisely. Apart from these notes students are also advised to solve the sample papers, last year question papers and important questions to score well in the maths exam.

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Practise This Question

The ratio of corresponding sides for the pair of triangles whose construction is given as follows :
Triangle ABC of dimesions AB=4cm,BC= 5 cm and ∠B= 60o.
A ray BX is drawn from B making an acute angle with AB.
5 points B1,B2,B3,B4 and B5 are located on the ray such that BB1=B1B2=B2B3=B3B4=B4B5.
B4 is joined to A and a line parallel to B4A is drawn through B5 to intersect the extended line AB at A'.
Another line is drawn through A' parallel to AC, intersecting the extended line BC at C'. Find the ratio of the corresponding sides of ΔABC and ΔABC.