 # NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities

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## NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities

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Exercise 8.1 Page No: 119

1. Find the ratio of the following:

(a) Speed of a cycle 15 km per hour to the speed of a scooter 30 km per hour.

(b) 5 m to 10 km

(c) 50 paise to ₹ 5

Solution:

a) Ratio of the speed of the cycle to the speed of the scooter = 15/30 = ½ = 1:2

b) Since 1 km = 1000 m

5m/10 km = 5 m/(10 x 1000)m = 5/10000 = 1/2000 = 1:2000

The required ratio is 1:2000

c) Since, ₹1 = 100 paise

50 paise/₹5 = 50/(5 x 100) = 50/500 = 1/10 = 1:10

The required ratio is 1:10

2. Convert the following ratio to percentages:

a) 3:4

b) 2:3

Solution:

a) 3:4 = ¾ = ¾ x 100% = 0.75 x 100% = 75%

b) 2:3 = 2/3 = 2/3 x 100% = 0.666 x 100% = 66.66% = 66⅔%

3. 72% of 25 students are good in mathematics. How many are not good in mathematics?

Solution:

It’s given that 72% of 25 students are good in mathematics

So, the percentage of students who are not good in mathematics = (100 – 72)%

= 28%

Here, the number of students who are good in mathematics = 72/100 x 25 = 18

Thus, the number of students who are not good in mathematics = 25 – 18 = 7

[Also, 28% of 25 = 28/100 x 25 = 7]

Therefore, 7 students are not good in mathematics.

4. A football team won 10 matches out of the total number of matches they played. If their win percentage was 40, then how many matches did they play in all?

Solution:

Let the total number of matches played by the team be x.

Given that the team won 10 matches and the winning percentage of the team was 40%.

⇒ 40/100 × x = 10

40x = 10 × 100

40x = 1000

x = 1000/40

= 100/4

= 25

Therefore, the team played 25 matches.

5. If Chameli had ₹600 left after spending 75% of her money, how much did she have in the beginning?

Solution:

Let the amount of money which Chameli had, in the beginning, be x

Given that, after spending 75% of ₹x, she was left with ₹600

So, (100 – 75)% of x = ₹600

Or, 25% of x = ₹600

25/100 × x = ₹600

x = ₹600 × 4

= ₹2400

Therefore, Chameli had ₹2400 in the beginning.

6. If 60% of people in the city like cricket, 30% like football and the remaining like other games, then what per cent of the people like other games? If the total number of people is 50 lakhs, find the exact number who like each type of game.

Solution:

Percentage of people who like other games = (100 – 60 – 30)%

= (100 – 90)%

= 10%

Total number of people = 50 lakhs

So,

Number of people who like cricket = 60/100 x 50 = 30 lakhs

Number of people who like football = 30/100 x 50 = 15 lakhs

Number of people who like other games = 10/100 x 50 = 5 lakhs

Exercise 8.2 Page No: 125

1. A man got a 10% increase in his salary. If his new salary is ₹1,54,000, find his original salary.

Solution:

Let the original salary be x

Given that, the new salary is ₹1,54,000

Original salary + Increment = New salary

Given that the increment is 10% of the original salary

So, (x + 10/100 × x) = 154000

x + x/10 = 154000

11x/10 = 154000

x = 154000 × 10/11

= 140000

Therefore, the original salary was ₹1,40,000.

2. On Sunday, 845 people went to the zoo. On Monday, only 169 people went. What is the per cent decrease in the number of people visiting the zoo on Monday?

Solution:

Given that on Sunday, 845 people went to the zoo, and on Monday, 169 people went to the zoo.

Decrease in the number of people = 845 – 169 = 676

Thus,

Percentage decrease = (Decrease in the number of people/Number of people who went to the zoo on Sunday) x 100%

= (676/845 x 100)%

= 80%

3. A shopkeeper buys 80 articles for ₹ 2,400 and sells them for a profit of 16%. Find the selling price of one article.

Solution:

Given that the shopkeeper buys 80 articles for ₹ 2,400

Cost of one article = 2400/80 = ₹ 30

Profit percentage = 16%

Profit percentage = Profit/C.P. x 100

16 = Profit/30 x 100

Profit = (16 x 30)/100

= ₹ 4.8

Therefore, the selling price of one article = C.P. + Profit

= ₹ (30 + 4.80)

= ₹ 34.80

4. The cost of an article was ₹ 15,500. ₹ 450 was spent on its repairs. If it is sold for a profit of 15%, find the selling price of the article.

Solution:

The total cost of an article = Cost + Overhead expenses

= ₹15500 + ₹450

= ₹15950

Profit percentage = 15%

Profit percentage = Profit/C.P. x 100

15 = Profit/15950 x 100

Profit = (15 x 15950)/100

= 2392.50

Therefore, the selling price of the article = C.P. + Profit

= ₹(15950 + 2392.50)

= ₹18342.50

5. A VCR and TV were bought for ₹ 8,000 each. The shopkeeper made a loss of 4% on the VCR and a profit of 8% on the TV. Find the gain or loss per cent on the whole transaction.

Solution:

C.P. of a VCR = ₹ 8000

The shopkeeper made a loss of 4 % on VCR

This means if C.P. is ₹ 100, then S.P. is ₹ 96.

When C.P. is ₹ 8000,

S.P. = (96/100 x 8000) = ₹ 7680

C.P. of a TV = ₹ 8000

The shopkeeper made a profit of 8 % on TV.

This means that if C.P. is ₹ 100, then S.P. is ₹ 108.

When C.P. is ₹ 8000,

S.P. = (108/100 x 8000) = ₹ 8640

Total S.P. = ₹ 7680 + ₹ 8640 = ₹ 16320

Total C.P. = ₹ 8000 + ₹ 8000 = ₹ 16000

Since, total S.P.> total C.P. ⇒ profit

Profit = ₹ 16320 − ₹ 16000 = ₹ 320

Profit % on the whole transaction = Profit/Total CP x 100

= 320/16000 x 100

= 2%

Therefore, the shopkeeper had a gain of 2% on the whole transaction.

6. During a sale, a shop offered a discount of 10% on the marked prices of all the items. What would a customer have to pay for a pair of jeans marked at ₹ 1450 and two shirts marked at ₹ 850 each?

Solution:

Total marked price = ₹ (1,450 + 2 × 850)

= ₹ (1,450 +1,700)

= ₹ 3,150

Given that, the discount percentage = 10%

Discount = ₹ (10/100 x 3150) = ₹ 315

Also, Discount = Marked price − Sale price

₹ 315 = ₹ 3150 − Sale price

∴ Sale price = ₹ (3150 − 315)

= ₹ 2835

Therefore, the customer will have to pay ₹ 2,835.

7. A milkman sold two of his buffaloes for ₹ 20,000 each. On one, he made a gain of 5% and on the other, a loss of 10%. Find his overall gain or loss.

(Hint: Find the C.P. of each)

Solution:

S.P. of each buffalo = ₹ 20,000

The milkman made a gain of 5% while selling one buffalo

This means if C.P. is ₹ 100, then S.P. is ₹ 105.

C.P. of one buffalo = 100/105 × 20000

= ₹ 19,047.62

Also, the second buffalo was sold at a loss of 10%

This means if C.P. is ₹ 100, then S.P. is ₹ 90

∴ C.P. of other buffalo = 100/90 × 20000

= ₹ 22222.22

Total C.P. = ₹ 19047.62 + ₹ 22222.22 = ₹ 41269.84

Total S.P. = ₹ 20000 + ₹ 20000 = ₹ 40000

Loss = ₹ 41269.84 − ₹ 40000 = ₹ 1269.84

Therefore, the overall loss of milkman was ₹ 1,269.84

8. The price of a TV is ₹ 13,000. The sales tax charged on it is at the rate of 12%. Find the amount that Vinod will have to pay if he buys it.

Solution:

On ₹ 100, the tax to be paid = ₹ 12

Here, on ₹ 13000, the tax to be paid will be = 12/100 × 13000

= ₹ 1560

Required amount = Cost + Sales Tax

= ₹ 13000 + ₹ 1560

= ₹ 14560

Therefore, Vinod will have to pay ₹ 14,560 for the TV.

9. Arun bought a pair of skates at a sale where the discount given was 20%. If the amount he pays is ₹ 1,600, find the marked price.

Solution:

Let the marked price be x

Discount percent = Discount/Marked Price x 100

20 = Discount/x × 100

Discount = 20/100 × x

= x/5

Also,

Discount = Marked price – Sale price

x/5 = x – ₹ 1600

x – x/5 = 1600

4x/5 = 1600

x = 1600 x 5/4

= 2000

Therefore, the marked price was ₹ 2000.

10. I purchased a hair dryer for ₹ 5,400, including 8% VAT. Find the price before VAT was added.

Solution:

The price includes VAT

So, 8% VAT means that if the price without VAT is ₹ 100,

Then, the price including VAT will be ₹ 108

When price including VAT is ₹ 108, original price = ₹ 100

When price including VAT is ₹ 5400, original price = ₹ (100/108 × 5400)

= ₹ 5000

Therefore, the price of the hair dryer before the addition of VAT was ₹ 5,000.

Exercise 8.3 Page No: 133

1. Calculate the amount and compound interest on

(a) ₹ 10,800 for 3 years at 12½ % per annum compounded annually.

Solution:

Principal (P) = ₹ 10,800

Rate (R) = 12½ % = 25/2 % (annual)

Number of years (n) = 3

Amount (A) = P(1 + R/100)n

= 10800(1 + 25/200)3

= 10800(225/200)3

= 15377.34375

= ₹ 15377.34 (approximately)

C.I. = A – P = ₹ (15377.34 – 10800) = ₹ 4,577.34 (b) ₹ 18000 for 2½ years at 10% per annum compounded annually.

Solution:

Principal (P) = ₹ 18,000

Rate (R) = 10% annual

Number of years (n) = 2½

The amount for 2 years and 6 months can be calculated by calculating the amount for 2 years using the compound interest formula, then calculating the simple interest for 6 months on the amount obtained at the end of 2 years.

First, the amount for 2 years has to be calculated

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 18000(1 + 1/10)2

= 18000(11/10)2

= ₹ 21780

By taking ₹ 21780 as principal, the S.I. for the next ½ year will be calculated

S.I. = (21780 x ½ x 10)/100

= ₹ 1089

Hence, the interest for the first 2 years = ₹ (21780 – 18000) = ₹ 3780

And, interest for the next ½ year = ₹ 1089

Total C.I. = ₹ 3780 + ₹ 1089

= ₹ 4,869

Therefore,

Amount, A = P + C.I.

= ₹ 18000 + ₹ 4869

= ₹ 22,869

(c) ₹ 62500 for 1½ years at 8% per annum compounded half yearly.

Solution:

Principal (P) = ₹ 62,500

Rate = 8% per annum or 4% per half-year

Number of years = 1½

There will be 3 half-years in 1½ years

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 62500(1 + 4/100)3

= 62500(104/100)3

= 62500(26/25)3

= ₹ 70304

C.I. = A – P = ₹ 70304 – ₹ 62500 = ₹ 7,804

(d) ₹ 8000 for 1 year at 9% per annum compound half yearly.

(You can use the year-by-year calculation using S.I. formula to verify)

Solution:

Principal (P) = ₹ 8000

Rate of interest = 9% per annum or 9/2% per half-year

Number of years = 1 year

There will be 2 half-years in 1 year

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 8000(1 + 9/200)2

= 8000(209/200)2

= 8736.20

C.I. = A – P = ₹ 8736.20 – ₹ 8000 = ₹ 736.20

(e) ₹ 10000 for 1 year at 8% per annum compounded half yearly.

Solution:

Principal (P) = ₹ 10,000

Rate = 8% per annum or 4% per half-year

Number of years = 1 year

There are 2 half-years in 1 year

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 10000(1 + 4/100)2

= 10000(1 + 1/25)2

= 10000(26/25)2

= ₹ 10816

C.I. = A – P = ₹ 10816 – ₹ 10000 = ₹ 816

2. Kamala borrowed ₹ 26400 from a Bank to buy a scooter at a rate of 15% p.a. compounded yearly. What amount will she pay at the end of 2 years and 4 months to clear the loan?

(Hint: Find A for 2 years with interest compounded yearly and then find S.I. on the 2nd year amount for 4/12 years.)

Solution:

Principal (P) = ₹ 26,400

Rate (R) = 15% per annum

Number of years (n) = 2 4/12

The amount for 2 years and 4 months can be calculated by first calculating the amount for 2 years using the compound interest formula, then calculating the simple interest for 4 months on the amount obtained at the end of 2 years.

First, the amount for 2 years has to be calculated

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 26400(1 + 15/100)2

= 26400(1 + 3/20)2

= 26400(23/20)2

= ₹ 34914

By taking ₹ 34,914 as principal, the S.I. for the next 1/3 years will be calculated

S.I. = (34914 × 1/3 x 15)/100 = ₹ 1745.70

Interest for the first two years = ₹ (34914 – 26400) = ₹ 8,514

And interest for the next 1/3 year = ₹ 1,745.70

Total C.I. = ₹ (8514 + ₹ 1745.70) = ₹ 10,259.70

Amount = P + C.I. = ₹ 26400 + ₹ 10259.70 = ₹ 36,659.70

3. Fabina borrows ₹ 12,500 at 12% per annum for 3 years at simple interest, and Radha borrows the same amount for the same time period at 10% per annum, compounded annually. Who pays more interest, and by how much?

Solution:

Interest paid by Fabina = (P x R x T)/100

= (12500 x 12 x 3)/100

= 4500

Amount paid by Radha at the end of 3 years = A = P(1 + R/100)n

A = 12500(1 + 10/100)3

= 12500(110/100)3

= ₹ 16637.50

C.I. = A – P = ₹ 16637.50 – ₹ 12500 = ₹ 4,137.50

The interest paid by Fabina is ₹ 4,500 and by Radha is ₹ 4,137.50

Thus, Fabina pays more interest

₹ 4500 − ₹ 4137.50 = ₹ 362.50

Hence, Fabina will have to pay ₹ 362.50 more.

4. I borrowed ₹ 12000 from Jamshed at 6% per annum simple interest for 2 years. Had I borrowed this sum at 6% per annum compound interest, what extra amount would I have to pay?

Solution:

P = ₹ 12000

R = 6% per annum

T = 2 years

S.I. = (P x R x T)/100

= (12000 x 6 x 2)/100

= ₹ 1440

To find the compound interest, the amount (A) has to be calculated

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 12000(1 + 6/100)2

= 12000(106/100)2

= 12000(53/50)2

= ₹ 13483.20

∴ C.I. = A − P

= ₹ 13483.20 − ₹ 12000

= ₹ 1,483.20

C.I. − S.I. = ₹ 1,483.20 − ₹ 1,440

= ₹ 43.20

Therefore, the extra amount to be paid is ₹ 43.20.

5. Vasudevan invested ₹ 60000 at an interest rate of 12% per annum compounded half yearly. What amount would he get

(i) after 6 months?

(ii) after 1 year?

Solution:

(i) P = ₹ 60,000

Rate = 12% per annum = 6% per half-year

n = 6 months = 1 half-year

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 60000(1 + 6/100)1

= 60000(106/100)

= 60000(53/50)

= ₹ 63600

(ii) There are 2 half-years in 1 year

So, n = 2

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 60000(1 + 6/100)2

= 60000(106/100)2

= 60000(53/50)2

= ₹ 67416

6. Arif took a loan of ₹ 80,000 from a bank. If the rate of interest is 10% per annum, find the difference in amounts he would be paying after 1½ years if the interest is

(i) Compounded annually

(ii) Compounded half yearly

Solution:

(i) P = ₹ 80,000

R = 10% per annum

n = 1½ years

The amount for 1 year and 6 months can be calculated by first calculating the amount for 1 year using the compound interest formula, then calculating the simple interest for 6 months on the amount obtained at the end of 1 year.

First, the amount for 1 year has to be calculated

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 80000(1 + 10/100)1

= 80000 x 11/100

= ₹ 88000

By taking ₹ 88,000 as principal, the S.I. for the next ½ year will be calculated as

S.I. = (P x R x T)/100

= (88000 x 10 x ½)/100

= ₹ 4400

Interest for the first year = ₹ 88000 – ₹ 80000 = ₹ 8000

And interest for the next ½ year = ₹ 4,400

Total C.I. = ₹ 8,000 + ₹ 4,400 = ₹ 12,400

A = P + C.I.= ₹ (80000 + 12400)

= ₹ 92,400

(ii) The interest is compounded half yearly

Rate = 10% per annum = 5% per half-year

There will be three half-years in 1½ years

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 80000(1 + 5/100)3

= 80000(105/100)3

= ₹ 92610

Thus, the difference between the amounts = ₹ 92,610 – ₹ 92,400 = ₹ 210

7. Maria invested ₹ 8,000 in a business. She would be paid interest at 5% per annum compounded annually. Find

(i) The amount credited against her name at the end of the second year

(ii) The interest for the 3rd year

Solution:

(i) P = ₹ 8,000

R = 5% per annum

n = 2 years

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 8000(1 + 5/100)2

= 8000(105/100)2

= ₹ 8820

(ii) The interest for the next year, i.e. the third year, has to be calculated. By taking ₹ 8,820 as principal, the S.I. for the next year will be calculated.

S.I. = (P x R x T)/100

= (8820 x 5 x 1)/100

= ₹ 441

8. Find the amount and the compound interest on ₹ 10,000 for 1½ years at 10% per annum, compounded half yearly. Would this interest be more than the interest he would get if it was compounded annually?

Solution:

P = ₹ 10,000

Rate = 10% per annum = 5% per half-year

n = 1½ years

There will 3 half-years in 1½ years

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 10000(1 + 5/100)3

= 10000(105/100)3

= ₹ 11576.25

C.I. = A − P

= ₹ 11576.25 − ₹ 10000

= ₹ 1,576.25

The amount for 1 year and 6 months can be calculated by first calculating the amount for 1 year using the compound interest formula, then calculating the simple interest for 6 months on the amount obtained at the end of 1 year.

Amount, A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 10000(1 + 10/100)1

= 10000(110/100)

= ₹ 11000

By taking ₹ 11,000 as the principal, the S.I. for the next ½ year will be calculated as

S.I. = (P x R x T)/100

= (11000 x 10 x ½)/100

= ₹ 550

So, the interest for the first year = ₹ 11000 − ₹ 10000 = ₹ 1,000

Hence, Total compound interest = ₹ 1000 + ₹ 550 = ₹ 1,550

So the difference between two interests = 1576.25 – 1550 = 26.25

Therefore, the interest would be 26.25 more when compounded half yearly than the interest when compounded annually.

9. Find the amount which Ram will get on ₹ 4,096, if he gave it for 18 months at 12½ per annum, interest being compounded half-yearly.

Solution:

P = ₹ 4,096

R = 12½ per annum = 25/2 per annum = 25/4 per half-year

n = 18 months

There will be 3 half-years in 18 months

Therefore, amount A = P(1 + R/100)n

= 4096(1 + 25/(4 x 100))3

= 4096 x (1 + 1/16)3

= 4096 x (17/16)3

= ₹ 4913

Therefore, the required amount is ₹ 4,913.

10. The population of a place increased to 54000 in 2003 at a rate of 5% per annum

(i) find the population in 2001

(ii) what would be its population in 2005?

Solution:

(i) It’s given that population in the year 2003 = 54,000

54,000 = (Population in 2001) (1 + 5/100)2

54,000 = (Population in 2001) (105/100)2

Population in 2001 = 54000 x (100/105)2

= 48979.59

Therefore, the population in the year 2001 was approximately 48,980

(ii) Population in 2005 = 54000(1 + 5/100)2

= 54000(105/100)2

= 54000(21/20)2

= 59535

Therefore, the population in the year 2005 would be 59,535.

11. In a laboratory, the count of bacteria in a certain experiment was increasing at the rate of 2.5% per hour. Find the bacteria at the end of 2 hours if the count was initially 5,06,000.

Solution:

The initial count of bacteria is given as 5,06,000

Bacteria at the end of 2 hours = 506000(1 + 2.5/100)2

= 506000(1 + 1/40)2

= 506000(41/40)2

= 531616.25

Therefore, the count of bacteria at the end of 2 hours will be 5,31,616 (approx.).

12. A scooter was bought at ₹ 42,000. Its value depreciated at the rate of 8% per annum. Find its value after one year.

Solution:

Principal = Cost price of the scooter = ₹ 42,000

Depreciation = 8% of ₹ 42,000 per year

= (P x R x T)/100

= (42000 x 8 x 1)/100

= ₹ 3360

Thus, the value after 1 year = ₹ 42000 − ₹ 3360 = ₹ 38,640.

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## NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 – Comparing Quantities Summary

Chapter 8 of NCERT Class 8 Maths deals with the concept of ratios and percentages, along with other main topics and concepts.

The major concepts covered in this chapter include the following:

8.1 Recalling Ratios and Percentages

8.2 Finding the Increase or Decrease Per cent

8.3 Finding Discounts

8.3.1 Estimation in Percentages

8.4 Prices Related to Buying and Selling (Profit and Loss)

8.4.1 Finding Cost Price/Selling Price, Profit % Loss %

8.6 Compound Interest

8.7 Deducing a Formula for Compound Interest

8.8 Rate Compounded Annually or Half Yearly (Semi-annually)

8.9 Applications of Compound Interest Formula

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Exercise 8.1 Solutions 6 Questions (1 Long Answer Question, 5 Short Answer Questions)

Exercise 8.2 Solutions 10 Questions (4 Long Answer Questions, 6 Short Answer Questions)

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### NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 – Comparing Quantities

Chapter 8 of NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths is really important to learn as the basic knowledge of tax, interest, profit, loss and much more are conveyed in this chapter. The concepts discussed in this chapter are:

1. Discount is a reduction given on marked price. Discount = Marked Price – Sale Price.
2. Discount can be calculated when the discount percentage is given. Discount = Discount % of the Marked Price
4. Sales tax is charged on the sale of an item by the government and is added to the Bill Amount. Sales tax = Tax% of Bill Amount.
5. GST stands for Goods and Services Tax and is levied on the supply of goods or services or both.
6. Compound interest is the interest calculated on the previous year’s amount (A = P + I)

### Key Features of NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 – Comparing Quantities

Learning the chapter Comparing Quantities familiarises students with:

• Slightly advanced problems involving applications on percentages, profit & loss, overhead expenses, discount, and tax.
• Difference between simple and compound interest (compounded yearly up to 3 years or half-yearly up to 3 steps only), arriving at the formula for compound interest through patterns and using it for simple problems.
• Direct variation – Simple and direct word problems
• Inverse variation – Simple and direct word problems
• Time & work problems– Simple and direct word problems

Disclaimer:

Dropped Topics – 8.2 Finding the Increase or decrease per cent, 8.4 Prices related to buying and selling, 8.4.1 Finding cost price/selling price, profit%/loss% and 8.8 Rate compounded annually or half
yearly.

## Frequently Asked Questions on NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8

Q1

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The NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 deals with the concept of ratios and percentages, along with other main topics and concepts.
The major concepts are listed below:
8.1 Recalling Ratios and Percentages
8.2 Finding the Increase or Decrease Per cent
8.3 Finding Discounts
8.3.1 Estimation in percentages
8.4 Prices Related to Buying and Selling (Profit and Loss)
8.4.1 Finding Cost Price/Selling Price, Profit % Loss %
8.6 Compound Interest
8.7 Deducing a Formula for Compound Interest
8.8 Rate Compounded Annually or Half Yearly (Semi-annually)
8.9 Applications of Compound Interest Formula
Q2

### Are Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 NCERT Solutions sufficient for Class 8 Exams?

Yes, NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 is one of the best ways to strengthen one’s skills and knowledge. It contains all the relevant study material that can help the students score well in the examinations. NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8 is an important chapter from the examination perspective. A proper understanding of this chapter will further help the students with a few other chapters in the higher classes as well. The solutions are provided by the subject experts and are accurate. Every question is explained stepwise for a better understanding of the students. They can refer to these for reference purposes.
Q3

### Is BYJU’S providing answers for NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 8?

Yes, the students should go through the solutions after completing every chapter at BYJU’S. This will help them analyse their weaknesses and improve on them. These solutions facilitate students to create good knowledge about the basic concepts of Mathematics.