CBSE Class 10 Syllabus

Class 10th board exam being one of the milestones of your academic journey, determines your career decision of becoming an Engineer or a Doctor. We, at Byju’s bring you closer to your goals by incorporating an effective way of learning by guiding you through preparation for IIT/JEE/Medicine along with your 11th and 12th exams.

Clear understanding of any subject such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology along with having a strong foundation will enable one to have a better grasp on these core subjects. And to do so, our faculty with their years of expertise provide the best study material along with strategic study plan to ensure your success at every single step of your learning journey.

To ensure that the students are able to develop their key concepts on various topics, Byju’s has come up with CBSE Class 10 Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology Syllabus which will help students grasp easily. A detailed structure of the CBSE Class 10 Syllabus has been given. Select the subject of your choice.

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Visualize Algebra as a Pattern

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Practise This Question

The following are the marks obtained in Science by students in class X.
The mean of the given data is 63.33.
Is this mean an appropriate representation of the average marks obtained?
If no, what would be the most appropriate measure of central tendency for the correct representation of the marks distribution?
What is the value of this measure of central tendency for the given data?