3 pm Jan 23, 2013
CBSE Board mathematics examination
As part of the IBNLive-Topper chat series, Smita Kalra, mathematics teacher, will interact with students who will appear for the 2013 CBSE Board examinations which start from March 1. Parents and teachers can also benefit from her tips.
20 questions answered | 1 question pending
- what is blueprint and value based questions Asked by: ansh
- chapter 3-dimensional geometry is too difficult can youhelp mw with this i am get confused with the difrent types of planes Asked by: zain
- ma'am can you give a website which can give us some sample value based questions?? Asked by: Amisha
- Smita Kalra By this month's end, you can check out the sample papers for class X on the site www.topperlearning.com Those papers will include the value based questions as per cbse guidelines. For class XII, you can check out the sample papers in the mid of next month. Also, I would strongly Recommend Topper Preboards to you all. Register yourself for FREE on http://www.topperlearning.com/preboard
- can u give us some value based question? Asked by: Samson
- I am finding difficulty in circles how can I overcome this problem Asked by: Anirudh
- the difference between outside and inside surface of cylindrical metallic pipe 14 cm long is 44 square cm .if pipe is made of 99 cubic cm of metal, find the outer and inner radii of the pipe use pi as 44/7 Asked by: ansh
- Smita Kalra Curved surface area of the outer cylinder – Curved surface area of the inner cylinder = 44 cm2 2 * pi * (R - r) * 14 = 44 R - r = 1/2 ... (1) Volume of the metal in the pipe = 99 cm3 pi * (R^2 - r^2) * 14 = 99 From this you will get R + r = 9/2 ... (2) Adding (1) and (2), R = 5/2 Using any of these equations, you will get r = 2 Thus, the inner and outer radius of the pipe are 2 cm and 5/ 2 cm respectively.
- what do yuo mean by value based question? cud u give an example Asked by: Amisha
- Mam,Can u give us the blue print of maths of class 10th cbse ? Asked by: Samson
- a pendulum swings in such a way that it performs one complete revolution in 1.5 second.it describes an angle of 60 degrees per second. find the length of the path of the bob of the pendulum and the area swept by the pendulum if the length of the pendulum is 42 cm. Asked by: ansh
- is one week is enough to practice maths Asked by: ansh
- Smita Kalra This depends on individual. The preparation should begin from the very first day. If you understand the concepts well and practice enough questions then you can keep one week for revising the concepts. You can also get idea about your preparation from the scores in your preboard examination.
- which section in paper have to do 1st,then 2nd then 3rd & in last Asked by: gagan
- mam, i don't have any pre- board examination.I am very tensed because our first exam is maths. I score between 80-85 percentage.. please help me out mam... Asked by: poornima.s.iyer
- Smita Kalra Keep all unimportant issues and tensions at bay. Think positively. Plan your schedule properly and give importance to the chapters which are important. Analyze the areas in which you are weak. Practice your ncert textbook thoroughly and then you can practice from other reference books and sample papers.
- i have to practice from guess ,sample or model paper Asked by: ansh
- Any integer divided by zero? Asked by: Nitesh
- Practing past papers will ensure how much percentage? Asked by: Madhu
- I havent scored well in pre-board how do I improve? Asked by: Sushmitha
- Which chapters to concentrate based on importance Asked by: raj
- mam hw can i score abov 90% for ma mathz exam .. ? pre boards i gt 80... bt i want to improv it ..i am a bio-mathz student Asked by: merin
- Smita Kalra You got 80% in preboards, so I will suggest you to analyse your preboard answer sheet yourself and try to identify your weaker areas. If you are lacking in the understanding of any concept, then first get your concepts write. Practice all the questions from ncert textbook thoroughly and then start practicing from good reference books.
- Madam My son is facing the problem of lack of time to attend the questions; he says he looses his time in solving the big questions Asked by: bala
- arithematic progression how to secure good marks Asked by: ritu
- Smita Kalra In the topic of Arithmetic progressions, there are few very simple formulas, like nth term of an AP, sum of n terms of an AP. Learn those thoroughly. All the problems involve the use of these fomulas. When you see a question, read and analyse the question carefully and then apply the appropriate formula.