RD Sharma Solutions Class 10 Surface Area And Volume

RD Sharma Solutions Class 10 Chapter 16

Volume is the amount of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface. The volume consists of units such as liters, cubic meters, and cubic centimeters. The volume of simple shapes can be calculated using arithmetic formulas and integral calculus is used to calculate the volume of complicated shapes.

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This section provides the RD Sharma class 10 maths solutions and  covers the solutions for volume of a cube, a volume of a rectangular prism, and measuring volume with cubic units, volume with cubes with fractional lengths, surface area, nets of polyhedral, finding the surface area by adding the area of faces, volume of cone, cylinders, and spheres. The solutions are comprehensive and in easy to understand steps to help the students how to calculate surface and volume of a given object by referring to solved RD Sharma Solutions provided below.

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Practise This Question

Harman told Kushagra that only one line parallel to a given line can be drawn through a point which is not on the line. State whether Harman's statement is true or false.