ICSE Class 10 Maths

Mathematics is a challenging subject and is a nightmare for many class 10 students. The vast syllabus, formulae, and concepts add up to the fear as well. The fun fact is that math isn’t complicated. All that is required to score good marks in Maths is a thorough understanding of concepts and practice. Students should have a fair knowledge of the syllabus and the concepts to be learned, to overcome the fear of mathematics. This will help the students in determining the time required to practise them considering their difficulty level.

Why should you solve sample papers of Maths in Class 10?

  1. Help you improve your time management skills while solving problems
  2. Help you to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses
  3. Help you in enhancing the speed by which you solve maths problems
  4. Help you in prioritising the topics based on marks allocation

ICSE Class 10 Maths Chapters

Value Added Tax

Similarity

Banking

Loci

Shares and Dividend

Circle: Arc and Cyclic Properties

Linear Inequations

Circle: Tangents and Intersecting Chords

Quadratic Equations

Circle: Constructions

Ratio and Proportion

Mensuration: Cylinder, Cone and Sphere

Remainder and Factor Theorems

Trigonometrical Identities

Matrices

Height and Distance

Arithmetic Progression

Statistics: Graphical Representation

Geometric Progression

Measures of Central Tendency – Mean

Coordinate Geometry – Reflection

Measures of Central Tendency – Median and Mode

Section and Mid-Point Formula

Probability

Equation of a Line

ICSE Class 10 Maths Syllabus

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ICSE Class 10 Maths Selina Solutions

ICSE Class 10 Maths Sample paper

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How to Finish Class 10 Maths Paper on Time?

  1. Know the question paper pattern of the examination.
  2. Use the first 15 minutes given for reading the question paper efficiently and prepare a strategy to write the answers.
  3. Start with the questions you know or are easier and leave the tougher ones to the end.
  4. Maintain the speed and accuracy of writing the answers.

Practise This Question

From a point A on the ground, the angle of elevation of the top of a 20 m tall building is 30. A flag is hoisted at the top of the building and the angle of elevation of the top of the flagstaff is 45. Find the height of the flag. (You may take 3 = 1.732)