Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 2019 examinations of class 10th going to start from the month of February. The preparation is on. So, here we are with the syllabus of the most practical subject i.e Maths. CBSE class 10 Mathematics syllabus for session 2019 is available in the pdf format on its official website- cbse.nic.in. The syllabus of Maths is not constant. Board keeps on making changes in the syllabus time to time.
By Practicing more and more you always know your potential and perform better. Practicing the questions and well understanding not only helps students in their board exams but also in other scholarship programmes. So, do not get panic with the name of the exams just focus on yourself and practice and learn from your mistakes.
Maths is a kind of subject which need a well understanding of each and every concept and more practice. You cannot mug up here. Thus, for most of the student Maths is just like a nightmare. But for some, it is not. It becomes fun when you understand it well.
CBSE class 10 Maths syllabus is the advanced version of the topics what students learned in class 9. It includes a total of seven units. Each unit has its own weightage and CBSE has done marks distribution for each type of questions from different units. CBSE class 10 Maths syllabus for the academic year 2018- 19 is not so wide. You can check out all the topics listed below.
Number Systems- 06 Marks, Algebra- 20 Marks, Coordinate geometry- 06 Marks, Geometry- 15 Marks, Trigonometry- 12 Marks, Mensuration- 10 Marks, Statistics and Probability- 11 Marks.
Number Systems: is the unit one of Maths syllabus which consists of the questions on the basis of the real numbers.
Algebra: is unit two consists of questions on the topics such as polynomials, linear equations, quadratic equations, and arithmetic progressions.
Coordinate Geometry: is the third unit consists of questions on the topics such as lines in two dimensions.
Geometry: is the fourth unit consists of topics such as triangles, circles, and construction.
Trigonometry: is the fifth unit of the maths syllabus consists of topics as introduction to trigonometry, trigonometric identities, heights and distances.
Mensuration: is the sixth unit consists of questions on the basis of areas related to circles and surface areas and volumes.
Statistics and probability: is the last and the seventh unit of the syllabus. It consists of the questions on the basis of statistics and probability.
The entire maths paper is of 100 marks. Out of which the main examination consists of 80 marks and the internal assessment contains 20 marks. These 20 marks are subdivided in the periodical tests, notebook submission and the practical. Maths question for the academic year 2018- 19 is divided into the four sections. The first section is of very short answers of 1 mark each while the second section is of a short answer of 2 marks each followed by the third section of 3 marks each and the fourth section is of long answers of four marks each.
This is the mark distribution and the design of the question paper in brief. You can also look out the entire pdf of the Maths syllabus attached here. So, students download it now and start preparing for your examinations. The entire date sheet will be available soon. Also, refer to the books mentioned at the end of the pdf.
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