Unitary Method has its applications in several concepts such as work and time. It is an approach for calculating the value of a number of items (material) by just calculating the cost of one of them. It is used in the calculation of measurements such as time, litres and it is also used in the calculation of cost.
The basic calculations in the Unitary method include two types of proportions namely indirect and indirect proportion. The value of one item = Value of given quantity of items/quantity of items.
The students need to learn how to solve problems based on Unitary Method thoroughly to be able to tackle the related questions in the exam. These step by step RD Sharma solutions for class 10 maths of the chapter unitary method, students can clear all their respective doubts and learn the concept thoroughly.
|Chapter 10 Unitary Method|
|Unitary Method Exercise 10.1|