280 chapters

Chapter1

IntroductionWhat are Numbers?Numbering OrdersUse of Commas in NumbersRoman NumeralsConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionDefinitionProperties of Whole NumbersPatterns of Whole NumbersFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionFactors and MultiplesProperties of MultiplesPrime and Composite NumbersSome More Divisibility RulesPrime FactorisationHighest Common FactorLowest Common MultipleConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionBasic Geometrical IdeasConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionMeasuring Line SegmentsAngles Right and Straight Obtuse And ReflexMeasuring anglesConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionWhat are Integers?Types of IntegersProperties of an IntegerFunctions that we can Perform on IntegersConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionFraction on the Number LineProper FractionImproper and Mixed FractionsEquivalent FractionsComparing FractionsAddition and Subtraction of FractionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionTenthsFractions as DecimalsHundredthsComparing DecimalsUsing DecimalsAddition of Numbers with DecimalsSubtraction of DecimalsFAQs

Chapter9

IntroductionRecording DataOrganisation of DataPictographA Bar GraphConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

IntroductionDimensionsMeasurementsVolumePerimeterConclusionFAQs

Chapter11

IntroductionWhat is Algebra?The Idea of A VariableWhat is an Equation?Solution of an EquationUsing Expressions PracticallyMatchstick PatternsFAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionIntroduction to Ratio and ProportionDefinition of RatioDefinition of ProportionProperties of ProportionRatio and Proportion FormulaConclusionFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionWhat is symmetry?Line of symmetryTypes of symmetryConclusionFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionWhat is practical geometry?Geometrical ToolsBasic Geometry ConceptsBasic constructions in Practical GeometryConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionFood VarietyFood Materials and SourcesPlant Parts and Animals Products as FoodConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionWhat Do Different Food Items Contain? What Do Various Nutrients Do For Our Body?Balanced Diet Deficiency DiseasesConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionUnderstanding FibresFibre MaterialsHistory of FibresSome Plant FibresSpinning cotton yarnConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionWhy do we need sorting of materials?Classification based on materialsClassification based on shapeClassification based on raw materialsClassification based on state of matterConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionHandpickingThreshingWinnowingSievingSedimentation, Decantation and filtrationEvaporationConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionTypes of changesPhysical and Chemical changesWays to bring a change?BurningSeparationConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionPlantsParts of a PlantConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionHuman Body And Its MovementsWhat Are Balls And Socket Joints?Skeleton SystemGait Of Animals How Do Snakes Move?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter9

IntroductionHabitat and AdaptationA Journey Through Different HabitatsCharacteristics of living organismsConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

IntroductionWhat is Motion?The Story of TransportTypes of MotionStandard Units of MeasurementsCorrect Measurement of LengthMeasuring the Length of A Curved LineFAQs

Chapter11

IntroductionWhat is Light?Luminous vs Non-Luminous ObjectsRectilinear Propagation of LightWhat is Reflection?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionElectric CellA Bulb Connected to an Electric CellAn Electric CircuitElectric SwitchElectric Conductors and InsulatorsConclusionFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionWhat are Magnets? Poles of MagnetFinding DirectionsMake Your MagnetAttraction and Repulsion Between MagnetsConclusionFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionHow much water do we use?Where do we get water from? Water Cycle Stages of Water CycleBack to the Oceans How can we Conserve Water?Rainwater HarvestingConclusionFAQs

Chapter15

IntroductionWhat Is Air Made Up Of?How is the Oxygen in the Atmosphere Replaced?How does Oxygen become Available to Animals and Plants Living in Water and Soils?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter16

IntroductionHousehold WasteIndustrial WasteOther Solid waste (managed by the municipality)Management of WasteConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionWhat are Natural and Whole Numbers?What are Integers?Properties of Addition And Subtraction of IntegersAdditive Identity and Additive Inverse of IntegersMultiplication of IntegersIntegrative Properties of MultiplicationDivision of IntegersRepresentation of Integers on a Number LineConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionWhat are fractions?Understanding fractionsWhat are decimals?Understanding DecimalsMultiplication of FractionsDivision of FractionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat is Data Handling?Collecting DataOrganisation of DataRepresentative Value of DataUse of Bar Graph with a Different PurposeConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionSimple EquationsSolving an Equation:Setting up of an Equation Takes Four StepsThe Concept of TranspositionConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is a Line?What is a Ray?Pair of LinesTypes of AnglesChecking for parallel linesConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionMedians of a TriangleAltitudes of a TriangleExterior Angle of a Triangle and its PropertyAngle Sum Property of a TriangleTwo Special Triangles: Equilateral and IsoscelesSum of the Lengths of Two Sides of a TriangleRight-angled Triangles and Pythagoras PropertyConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionCongruence of Plane FiguresCongruence Among Line SegmentsCongruence of AnglesCongruence of TrianglesCriteria for Congruence of TrianglesSSS (Side Side Side) Congruence TheoremSAS (Side Angle Side) Congruence TheoremASA (Angle Side Angle) Congruence TheoremAngle Angle Side (AAS) RuleCongruence Among Right Angled TrianglesConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionEquivalent RatiosPercentage, Another Way Of Comparing QuantitiesUse Of PercentagesConclusionFAQs

Chapter9

IntroductionWhat Are Rational Numbers?Positive and Negative Rational NumbersRational Numbers on a Number LineRational Numbers in Standard FormComparison of Rational NumbersOperations on Rational NumbersProperties of Rational NumbersConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

IntroductionConstruction of a Line Parallel to a Given Line Through a Point Not on the LineConstruction of a TriangleConstructing a Triangle When the Lengths of its Three Sides are Known (SSS Criterion)Constructing a Triangle When the Lengths of Two Sides and the Measure of the Angle Between Them are Known (SAS Criterion)Constructing a Triangle When the Measures of Two of its Angles and the Length of the Side Inclined Between Them is Given (ASA Criterion)Constructing a Right-Angled Triangle When the Length of One Leg and its Hypotenuse are Given (RHS Criterion)FAQs

Chapter11

IntroductionPerimeter and AreaSquares and RectanglesTriangles as Parts of RectanglesArea of ParallelogramArea of TriangleArea of CircleConversion of UnitsFAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionAlgebraic ExpressionsHow are Expressions FormedTerms of an ExpressionFactors of a TermLike and Unlike TermsFinding the Value of an ExpressionAddition and Subtraction of Algebraic ExpressionsUsing Algebraic Expression Formulas and RulesFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionThe General Form of ExponentsLaws of ExponentsApplications of Exponents and PowersConclusionFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionMathematical Implication of SymmetryLines of SymmetryLines of Symmetry of Regular PolygonsSymmetry TypesSymmetry in ShapesConclusionFAQs

Chapter15

IntroductionDrawing Solids on a Flat Surface:Oblique Sketches:Isometric Sketches:Viewing different sections of a solid:ConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionMode of Nutrition in PlantsAutotrophic Mode of NutritionPhotosynthesisOther Modes of Nutrition in PlantsParasitic NutritionInsectivorous NutritionSaprophytic NutritionSymbiotic NutritionHow are Nutrients Replenished in the Soil?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionDifferent Ways of Taking FoodDigestion in HumansDigestion in Grass-Eating AnimalsFeeding and Digestion in AmoebaConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat are fibres?Natural FibreSynthetic FibresWhat are the fabrics?Steps to process Fibre into the fabricImportance of FabricsUsed for InsulationUsed for hygrometryUsed in Sound AbsorptionConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionHeat and its PropertiesHow Do We Measure Heat?Transfer of HeatWhat Kinds of Clothes We Wear in Summer and Winter?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionAcidsBasesIndicatorsNeutralisationSaltsConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionWhat are the Physical Changes?What are Chemical Changes?How Does Chemical Change Happen?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionWhat are the weather and climate?What are the different elements of weather?Who predicts the weather?Adaptations of Animals to ClimateConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

IntroductionAir Exerts PressureHigh-speed Winds are Accompanied by Reduced Air PressureAir Expands on HeatingWind Currents are Generated Due to Uneven Heating on the EarthStorms and CyclonesHow does a thunderstorm become a cyclone?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter9

IntroductionWhat is soil?Types of soilsUses of soilsSoil FormationSoil ProfileConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

IntroductionWhy Do We Respire?What is Cellular Respiration?What Do We Breathe Out?How Do We Breathe Out?Types of RespirationBreathing in Other AnimalsDo Plants Also Respire?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter11

IntroductionTransportation in AnimalsTransport of Substances in PlantsConclusionFAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionModes of ReproductionConclusionFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionWhat is Motion?What is Reference Point?Speed vs. VelocityTypes of SpeedMeasurement of TimeDistance-Time GraphHow to Make a Distance Time Graph?Periodic MotionConclusionFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionBatteryCircuitSymbols of Electric ComponentsCircuit DiagramHeating Effect of Electric CurrentFuseMagnetic Effect of Electric CurrentElectromagnetPermanent Magnet vs. ElectromagnetElectric BellConclusionFAQs

Chapter15

IntroductionLight Travels Along a Straight LineReflection of LightLaws of ReflectionImagesPlane MirrorsRight or Left InversionSpherical MirrorsPlaying With Spherical MirrorsImages Formed By LensesSunlight — White or ColouredConclusionFAQs

Chapter16

IntroductionWater - A Precious ResourceForms of WaterImportance of GroundwaterDepletion of Water TableWater ManagementEffect of Water Scarcity on PlantsWhat Role Can You Play?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter17

IntroductionForest ProfileForest ComponentsImportance of forestConservation of forestsFAQs

Chapter18

IntroductionWater - Our LifelineWhat is Sewage?Water Freshens Up - An Eventful JourneyWastewater Treatment PlantCollection of wastewaterPhysical treatment (screening)Primary treatment of wastewaterSecondary treatment of wastewaterFinal treatmentBetter Housekeeping PracticesAlternative Arrangement for Sewage DisposalSanitation at Public PlacesConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

Whole Numbers and Natural NumbersIntegersRational Numbers:Types of Rational Numbers:Properties of Rational Numbers:Representation of Rational Numbers on the Number Line:Rational Numbers Between Two Rational NumbersFAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Chapter2

Topics covered in the chapterIntroductionSolving equations which have linear expressions on one side and numbers on the other sideSome applicationsSolving equations with variables on both sidesSome more applicationsReducing equations to simpler formsSolving equations reducible to linear formsWhat we have learnedFAQsAbout MSVgoWhat makes us different

Chapter3

IntroductionPolygonsIntroduction to QuadrilateralsKinds of quadrilateralsFAQ

Chapter4

IntroductionThings to do How to construct a quadrilateral When you have the lengths of four sides and a diagonal Think, consider and writeWhen you have the lengths of two diagonals and three sidesWhen you have two neighbouring sides and three anglesWhen you have three sides and two included anglesSpecial casesThink, consider and writeConcluding remark

Chapter5

Exercise questions 5.1Exercise 5.2Exercise 5.3 Conclusion

Chapter6

Exercise questions 6.1Exercise 6.2

Chapter7

Topics covered in chapter 7, Cubes and Cube Roots, for class 8 (Content Table)IntroductionCubes and cube rootsDifferent types of cube and cube root problemsExercise 7.1Exercise 7.2MSVGo key features:FAQs:

Chapter8

IntroductionUse of percentage for comparing quantitiesFinding Discounts using percentageUsing percentage in the calculation of profit and lossSales Tax using percentageCompound Interest (CI) using percentageCalculation of SICalculating interest when rate compounded annually or half yearlyApplications of Compound Interest FormulaFAQ

Chapter9

IntroductionWhat are Expressions?Types of Algebraic ExpressionsWhat is an Identity?FAQs

Chapter10

Introduction to Solid ShapesUnderstanding 2-D and 3-D ShapesDefinitionsExamples of Solid ShapesVisualising Solid ShapesPerspective in Visualising Solid ShapesSumming Up

Chapter11

What is the definition of mensuration?Revisiting the fundamentalsSolid volumesRecognising the shapes and areas of various regular figuresTrapeziumIn general quadrilateralsSolids' surface areaMensuration summary

Chapter12

Introduction to NCERT Class 8 Exponents and PowersA. Understanding exponents and powersB. Laws of Exponents3. Applications of Powers and Exponents4. Solved Examples for Class 8 Exponents and PowersSumming Up

Chapter13

IntroductionDirect proportionInverse proportionNCERT solutionsFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionTerms related to Class 8 Maths Chapter 14 – FactorisationMethods of factorisationImportant formulas needed for factorisationClass 8 Maths NCERT questions Chapter 14Class 8 Maths NCERT Solutions Chapter 14Conclusion

Chapter15

Exercise 15.1Exercise 15.2. Page 243.

Chapter16

Quick Recap of ConceptsGeneral Form of Expression for Any NumberCalculations with letters in place of DigitsDivisibility TestsNCERT Solutions for Class 8 Maths Chapter 16Exercise 16.2

Chapter1

IntroductionAgricultural PracticesSowingAdding manure and fertilisersProtection from weedsConclusion

Chapter2

IntroductionTypes of microorganismsUses of microorganisms to humansDiseases caused by microorganismsNitrogen fixation and decomposition function of microorganismsConclusion

Chapter3

IntroductionSynthetic fibres and plastics class 8 solutions are :General NoteConclusion

Chapter4

IntroductionPhysical Properties of Metals and non-MetalsChemical Properties of Metals and Non-MetalsUses of Metals and Non-MetalsFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is Coal?What is Petroleum?How are Coal and Petroleum formed?What are the Various Uses of Coal?What are the Various Uses of Petroleum?FAQs

Chapter6

IntroductionCombustion and flame:FAQs:

Chapter7

IntroductionConservation of Plants and Animals:Different types of conservation of plants and animals problems:MSVGo key features:FAQs:

Chapter8

Introduction to Cell Structure and FunctionParts of the cellExercise Questions of NCERT class 8 Cell Structure and Function chapter

Chapter9

IntroductionTopics covered in class 8 science chapter 9 — Reproduction in AnimalsModes of reproduction:Sexual reproductionAsexual reproductionExercise questions of class 8th science chapter 9 - Reproduction in animalsKey Elements of the NCERT solutions class 8 science chapter 9

Chapter10

Introduction:Adolescence and Puberty:Changes in the body during Puberty: Maturing mentally, intellectually, and emotionally: The secondary sexual characters:Initiating Reproductive Function via Hormones:Reproductive stage in humans:Adolescence's nutritional needs:Key takeaways:

Chapter11

IntroductionWhat is Force?What is Pressure?What are the differences between Force and Pressure?FAQs

Chapter12

The following are the topics Science class 8:Friction Class 8 NCERT Textbook Questions and SolutionsFrequently Asked Questions:

Chapter13

Exercise Questions (NCERT Page no.- 168 - 169)Key Takeaway

Chapter14

IntroductionMeaning of Chemical Effects of Electric CurrentConductorDivision of good conductor and bad conductor of liquids What happens when an electric current passes through a conducting solution?What is an electric circuit?Demonstration of electricity conducting in LiquidsElectrical energy sourceElectric circuit deviceResistance of electricitySeries circuitTesterParallel circuitsAcids, bases, and saltElectricity conduction in the waterElectroplating applicationsConclusionFAQs

Chapter15

What would you do if you were caught in a lightning storm? Or are facing an earthquake?

Several centuries ago, volcanic eruptions destroyed several human settlements. Volcanoes were a powerful and mysterious force. People considered them gods and worshipped them, offering prayers and sacrifice to please them. Using the tools of science, people discovered that volcanic eruption is a natural phenomenon where the earth spurts out scalding hot liquid rock, which flows and burns everything near it. Today, people understand this event and take measures to safeguard themselves.

We study natural phenomena to save our lives as individuals and species. Hence, Class 8 Science Chapter 15: Some Natural Phenomena is not only academically important but also practically useful.** **

IntroductionSome of the topics we study in this chapter are:FAQs

Chapter16

NCERT Solutions- OverviewList of The Topics We Study in Class 8th Science Chapter 16FAQs Conclusion

Chapter17

IntroductionThe MoonThe StarsConstellationsThe Solar SystemSome other members of the Solar SystemFAQs

Chapter18

IntroductionAir PollutionCase Study - The Taj MahalGreenhouse EffectGlobal warmingCase Study - GangaFAQs

Chapter1

NumbersThe Number SystemFAQsConversion of Number System ConclusionFAQs

Chapter17

IntroductionWhat is Algebra? Elementary AlgebraAdvanced Algebra Abstract Algebra Linear AlgebraCommutative AlgebraConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

Exercise 1- You need to -Exercise 2:Exercise 3:Conclusion

Chapter18

IntroductionGeometry Branches Geometry for Plane Polygons in GeometryGeometry Circle ConclusionFAQs

Chapter20

IntroductionThe Definition of MensurationMensuration- Relevant TerminologiesFormulas for MensurationWhat is 2D Mensuration and 3D Mensuration?ConclusionFAQs

Chapter16

IntroductionWhat is Probability? What is Statistics? Terms Used in Probability and Statistics ConclusionFAQs

Chapter1

Topics CoveredAbout MSVgo

Chapter2

What exactly are compounds?What exactly are mixtures?What exactly are elements?What are the solutions?Physical and chemical transformations in the class 9th science chapter 2NCERT exercise solutionsConclusion

Chapter3

Atoms and molecules class 9th NCERT solutions: Laws of Chemical CombinationAtomsMoleculesIonsChemical FormulaeMolecular MassAtoms and molecules class 9th NCERT solutionsConclusion

Chapter4

The Thompson ModelCathode Ray ExperimentThe Rutherford ModelNCERT SolutionsConclusion

Chapter5

IntroductionWhat is the history of the cell?What are the components of the cell?What are osmosis, cell wall, and nucleus?About the plant cell and the animal cellNcert solutions for class 9 science chapter 5:Class 9th science chapter 5 solutionConclusion

Chapter6

Understanding TissuesDifference Between Plant & Animal TissuesSome common differences between the two are listed below:Plant TissuesMeristematic TissuesPermanent TissuesAnimal TissuesEpithelial TissuesConnective TissuesMuscular TissuesNervous TissuesWrapping Up

Chapter7

System of ClassificationAristotle's Classification Basis of ClassificationHierarchy of ClassificationClassification of Kingdom PlantaeDiversity In Living Organism Class 9 SolutionsConclusion

Chapter8

Motion (Chapter 8 Science Class 9th) - An overviewMotion as per NCERT Chapter 8 Science Class 9thDifferent types of motion (Explained)Chapter 8 science Class 9th Solved QuestionsConclusion

Chapter9

IntroductionNewton's First Law of MotionNewton's Second Law of MotionNewton's Third Law of Motion Law of Conservation of MomentumFAQs:

Chapter10

Topics covered in this Chapter 10 – Gravitation (Content Table)Introduction Centripetal ForceUniversal Law of GravitationImportance of Universal Law of GravitationAcceleration due to gravity (g)Relationship between G and gEquations of motion of an object under the influence of gravityMass and Weight Weight of an object on the moon Thrust and Pressure Fluid PressureBuoyancy FAQs

Chapter11

ContentIntroductionEnergy: Forms of EnergyExamples of Kinetic and Potential EnergyLaw of Conservation of Energy and PowerFAQs

Chapter12

Important terms of chapter 12 class 9th scienceTypes of sound wavesSound's overall qualityNCERT Questions of Sound Chapter class 9Class 9 science NCERT solutions chapter 12Conclusion

Chapter13

Exercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Science "Why do we fall ill?”NCERT Textbook Exercise Solutions of ‘Why do we fall ill?’

Chapter14

IntroductionVarious types of natural resourcesNCERT Class 9 Science Natural Resources SolutionConclusion

Chapter1

Topics Covered In This Chapter: (Content Table) Introduction to Real NumbersEuclid’s Division LemmaThe Fundamental Theorem of ArithmeticRevisiting Irrational Numbers Revisiting Rational Numbers and Their Decimal ExpansionsSolved Examples for CBSE Class 10 Maths Chapter 1FAQs

Chapter2

Introduction to PolynomialsGeometrical meaning of the Zeros of PolynomialLinear polynomialQuadratic polynomialCubic PolynomialRelationship between Zeros and Coefficients of a PolynomialDivision Algorithm for PolynomialsSteps to solve numericallySolved Examples for CBSE Class 10 Maths Chapter 2FAQs

Chapter3

Topics covered in this chapter (content table) Introduction to Pair of Linear Equations in Two VariablesGraphical Method of Solution of a Pair of Linear EquationsAlgebraic Methods of Solving a Pair of Linear EquationsEquations Reducible to a Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables SummaryFAQs

Chapter4

Topics Covered In This Chapter: (Content Table) Quadratic Equations (Introduction) Solution Of Quadratic Equations By FactorizationSolve and calculate roots of given equation using Factorization method:Solution Of A Quadratic Equation By Completing The SquareNature Of RootsSolved Examples for CBSE Class 10 Maths Chapter 4FAQs

Chapter5

Topics Covered In This Chapter: (Content Table) Arithmetic Progressions (Introduction) nth Term Of An AP:Sum Of First n Terms Of An AP SummarySolved Examples for CBSE Class 10 Maths Chapter 5FAQs

Chapter6

Topics covered in this Class 10 Chapter, ‘Triangles’IntroductionIsosceles TriangleObtuse Angle TriangleScalene TriangleEquilateral TriangleAcute Angle TriangleRight Angle TriangleFrequently Asked QuestionsConclusion

Chapter7

Topics covered in the chapter- Coordinate Geometry.IntroductionCartesian SystemCartesian Plane and Coordinate AxesQuadrantsThe Coordinate PlaneFrequently Asked QuestionsConclusion

Chapter8

Topics covered in this chapter-Class 10 Chapter 8 MathsIntroductionTrigonometrical RatiosTrigonometric Ratios of Some Specific AnglesTrigonometric IdentitiesTrigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles Frequently Asked QuestionsConclusion

Chapter10

Topics covered in this chapter- Chapter 10 Maths Circles Class 10-IntroductionDuration of a tangent of a circleEquation of a CircleRadical Axis to the Two CirclesThe Normal Line Equation to the CurveNCERT Exercise-wise Solutions Chapter 10 Maths Class 10Frequently Asked QuestionsConclusion

Chapter14

IntroductionBasics of the chapterRelationship between mean, median, modeStatistics class 10 solutionsConclusion

Chapter15

Exercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths ProbabilityProbability class 10 NCERT solutionsConclusion

Chapter219

IntroductionLaws of ReflectionTypes of ReflectionNature of LightColours of LightWhy Does a Sunflower Appear Yellow?Propagation of LightFermat's TheoremPrinciple of Reversibility of LightReflection of Light by Other MediaConclusionFAQs

Chapter201

IntroductionLaws Of RefractionRefractive IndexFactors which affect the refractive index of a mediumCauses Of RefractionEffects Of RefractionRefraction of Light In Air and Glass MediumFAQs

Chapter202

IntroductionRefraction of Light Through a PrismPower of AccommodationAtmospheric RefractionScattering of LightThe Human Eye and its ConstructionDefects of Vision Causes and CorrectionConclusionFAQs

Chapter203

IntroductionDispersion of White Light by a Glass PrismDispersion of LightAtmospheric RefractionScattering of LightTyndall EffectRecombination of Spectrum of ColoursConclusionFAQs

Chapter204

IntroductionWhat are Electric Current and Electric Circuit?Atomic StructureConductors and InsulatorsModels of Electric CurrentDrift Velocity of ElectronElectric CircuitResistance and Ohm's LawElectric Power and ACFAQs

Chapter205

IntroductionElectric PotentialElectric Potential DifferenceElectric Potential FormulaElectric Potential of a Point ChargeFAQs

Chapter206

IntroductionOhm’s Law ExplanationExperimental Verification of Ohm’s LawOhm’s Law Magic TriangleOhm’s Law Pie ChartOhm’s Law Matrix TableOhm’s Law ApplicationsLimitations of Ohm’sCalculating Electrical Power Using Ohm’s LawConclusionFAQs

Chapter207

IntroductionElectric current and circuitElectric potential and potential differenceCircuit diagramOhm’s lawThe resistance of a system of resistorsHeating effect of electric currentWhat is electric power?FAQs

Chapter208

IntroductionHow to find the magnetic field lines around a bar magnet?How is a magnetic field produced?Earth’s magnetic fieldFAQs

Chapter209

IntroductionParts of an Electric MotorTypes of Electric MotorUses of an Electric MotorWorking of an Electric MotorConclusionFAQs

Chapter210

IntroductionFaraday's Law of InductionLenz's Law and Conservation of EnergyMotional Electromotive ForceEnergy Consideration a Quantitative StudyThe Experiments of Faraday and HenryConclusionFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionSources of EnergySources of Energy class 10 solutions and questionsConclusion

Chapter15

IntroductionFood chainHow Human activities affect our environmentConclusionFAQsCTA

Chapter16

IntroductionWhy is it necessary for us to manage our resources?Wildlife and ForestsSustainable management of natural resources class 10 solutionsChapter-end Questions of Class 10 Sustainable Management Of Natural ResourcesCONCLUSION

Chapter1

Essential Characteristics of Chemical Reactions in Class 10 Science Chemical Reactions and EquationsChemical Reaction Types from Class 10 Chemical Reactions and EquationsSome important termsChemical reaction and equation class 10 NCERT solutionsConclusion

Chapter211

IntroductionHow to Balance Chemical EquationsTypes of ReactionsCorrosion and RancidityFAQs

Chapter2

AcidsBasesSaltsAcid Bases and Salts Class 10 NCERT solutions and questions.Conclusion

Chapter212

IntroductionPreparation of Sodium HydroxideMethod of Preparation of Sodium HydroxideProperties of Sodium HydroxideChemical Properties of Sodium HydroxidePhysical Properties of Sodium HydroxideUses of Sodium HydroxideConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionNCERT Solutions for Class 10 Science Chapter 3 – Metals and Non-metals: Key FeaturesConclusion

Chapter213

IntroductionWhat is Metallurgy?Basic principles of metallurgyConclusionFAQs

Chapter214

IntroductionCorrosion DefinitionFactors Affecting CorrosionTypes of CorrosionPrevention of CorrosionConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionExercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 7 “Subject and Chapter name.”Answers to NCERT solution exercisesConclusion

Chapter215

IntroductionUnderstanding Covalent BondCovalent vs Ionic bondsTypes of Covalent BondPolarization Of Covalent BondProperties of Covalent BondCovalent Bonding in CarbonFAQs

Chapter216

IntroductionIntroduction to Atomic Number and Mass NumberUnderstanding Atomic NumberUnderstanding Mass NumberIsotopes and IsobarsWhy are atomic numbers important?Atomic numbers and protonsFAQs

Chapter217

IntroductionProperties of MetalsChemical Properties of MetalsReactivity SeriesProperties Of Non-MetalsDifferences Between Metals And Non-MetalsConclusionFAQs

Chapter6

Definition - Basic Life ProcessesNutrition as in Chapter 6 Science Class 10Transportation - Life Processes Class 10 NcertMetabolism - Class 10 Science Life ProcessesRespiration - Class 10 Life Processes SolutionsExcretion - As Explained in Class 10 Life ProcessesFrequently Asked Questions for Class 10 Life Processes

Chapter9

IntroductionWhat Is Heredity?Exercises of NCERT solutions for Class 10: Heredity and EvolutionConclusion

Chapter218

IntroductionHow do organisms reproduce?Modes Of ReproductionModes of Sexual ReproductionConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

IntroductionControl and coordination NeuronControl and coordination in plants Conclusion

Chapter1

IntroductionTypes of setsDomain Co Domain and Range of a FunctionFunctions in MathsFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionBasics of AlgebraExponents and Laws of ExponentsLaws of ExponentsMultiplication Of Algebraic ExpressionsMultiplication of two monomialsMultiplication of Two BinomialsFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionCartesian SystemCartesian Plane & Coordinate AxesCartesian Plane in One DimensionCartesian Plane in Two DimensionsCartesian Plane in Three DimensionsEquation of a Line in Cartesian PlaneQuadrantsThe Coordinate PlaneFAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Chapter4

IntroductionClassifications of CalculusBasics of Differential CalculusDerivativesBasics of Integral CalculusDifferentiation and IntegrationLimitsFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter5

IntroductionAddition Rule of ProbabilityBinomial ProbabilityBayes TheoremCompound EventsCompound ProbabilityComplementary EventsConditional ProbabilityCoin Toss ProbabilityFAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Chapter1

IntroductionLet’s Understand the Fundamental Forces in NatureConservation LawsFAQ

Chapter2

IntroductionSystems of UnitsSI Unit SystemMeasurement of LengthMeasurement of MassMeasurement of TimeAccuracy, Precision, and Errors in MeasurementSignificant FiguresDimensions of Physical QuantitiesFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionPosition, Path Length and DisplacementVelocity and Speed of MotionRelative VelocityAcceleration of MotionFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter4

IntroductionMotion in a planeWhat is Relative Motion?What is Projectile Motion?FAQs for Motion in a Plane

Chapter5

IntroductionNewton's First Law of MotionNewton's Second Law of MotionNewton's Third Law of MotionFAQs for Laws of Motion

Chapter6

IntroductionKinetic EnergyThe Concept of Potential EnergyThe Conservation of Mechanical EnergyThe Potential Energy of a SpringVarious Forms of Energy The Law of Conservation of EnergyCollisionsFrequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Chapter7

IntroductionSystem of particles and rotational motionCentre of MassCentre of Mass of Two Particle SystemLinear Momentum of System of ParticlesMoment of InertiaTheorem of Perpendicular AxesTheorem of Parallel AxesFAQ

Chapter8

IntroductionNewton’s law of gravitationKepler's laws of planetary motionAcceleration due to gravityVariation of acceleration due to gravityGravitational fieldEscape velocityFrequently asked questions (FAQs)

Chapter9

IntroductionElastic behavior of solidsStress and strainHooke’s lawStress-strain curveApplications of elastic behavior of materialsFrequently asked questions

Chapter10

IntroductionPressure and its applicationsPascal’s lawStreamline flowBernoulli’s principle and equationViscositySurface tensionFAQs

Chapter11

IntroductionHeat capacityThermal expansionThermal conductivityThermal stressFAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionKinetic theoryMolecular nature of matterBehaviour of gasesKinetic theory of an ideal gasLaw of equipartition of energySpecific heat capacityMean free pathKinetic molecular theoryFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionMolecular Nature Of MatterBehaviour Of GasesKinetic Theory Of An Ideal GasLaw Of Equipartition Of EnergySpecific Heat CapacityMean Free PathKinetic Molecular TheoryFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionPeriodic And Oscillatory MotionsSimple Harmonic MotionSimple Harmonic Motion And Uniform Circular MotionVelocity And Acceleration in Simple Harmonic MotionForce Law For Simple Harmonic MotionEnergy In Simple Harmonic MotionSome Systems Executing (SHM) Simple Harmonic MotionDamped Simple Harmonic MotionForced Oscillations And ResonanceFAQs

Chapter15

IntroductionProperties of WavesTypes of WavesFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionProperties of Matter and Their MeasurementDalton’s Atomic TheoryAtomic and Molecular MassesFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionAtomic ModelsDalton’s Atomic TheoryThomson Atomic ModelRutherford Atomic TheoryLimitations of Rutherford Atomic ModelSubatomic ParticlesAtomic Structure Of IsotopesBohr’s Atomic TheoryDual Nature Of MatterFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionDobereiner's TriadsNewland's OctavesMendeleev'S Periodic TableFrequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Chapter4

IntroductionWhat is Chemical Bond?Octet RuleTypes of Chemical BondValence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory (VSEPR Theory)Valence Bond TheoryHybridisationMolecular Orbital TheoryHydrogen BondingFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter5

IntroductionSolidsLiquidsGasesBose-Einstein CondensatesFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter6

IntroductionStatistical ThermodynamicsEquilibrium ThermodynamicsThermodynamic SystemsThermodynamic PropertiesThermodynamic PotentialsLaws Of ThermodynamicsState And EquilibriumFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter7

IntroductionWhat is Chemical Equilibrium?Different Types of Chemical EquilibriumHomogeneous EquilibriumHeterogeneous EquilibriumFactors Affecting Chemical EquilibriumConcentrationPressureTemperatureCatalystFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter8

IntroductionWhat do you mean by Oxidation and Reduction Reaction?The various types of redox reactionsHave a look at two examples of Redox Reactions-What is Balancing Redox Reaction?Frequently Asked Questions

Chapter9

IntroductionWhere does hydrogen stand in periodic table?Properties of hydrogenIsotopes of hydrogenAllotropes of hydrogenDifferent forms of hydrogenMethods of preparation of hydrogenChemical reactions of hydrogenFAQ

Chapter10

IntroductionS-Block of the periodic tableAlkali metals and Alkaline Earth metalsElectronic configuration of S block elementsProperties of S Block ElementsFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter11

IntroductionP-Block ElementsCharacteristics of P-Block ElementsFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter12

IntroductionClassification of Organic compoundsIsomerismFundamental Concepts in Organic Reaction MechanismQualitative Analysis of Organic CompoundsFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionWhat are Hydrocarbons?Types of HydrocarbonsProperties of HydrocarbonsFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionClassification of Living OrganismsHierarchy of Classification SystemFeatures of the Five KingdomsFAQs

Chapter2

IntroductionCellTissuesEpithelial tissueConnective tissueMuscular tissueNervous tissueWhat we learn from thisFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionWhat is a Cell?Characteristics of CellsDiscovery of CellsCell TheoryTypes of CellsFunctions of CellsFAQs

Chapter4

IntroductionPlant physiologyTransportation in plantsMineral nutritionPhotosynthesis in higher plantsRespiration in plantsPlant growth and developmentFrequently asked questions (FAQs)

Chapter5

IntroductionDigestion and absorptionBreathing and exchange of gasesChemical coordination and integrationNeural control and coordinationParts of the nervous systemLocomotion and movementExcretory products and their eliminationBody fluids and circulationFAQs

Chapter1

IntroductionTypes of RelationsTypes of FunctionsComposition of Functions and Invertible FunctionBinary OperationsSolved Examples for CBSE Math Chapter 1 Relations and Functions Class 12Key Points of NCERT Solutions for Maths Chapter 1 Relations and Functions Class 12Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Maths Chapter 1

Chapter2

Inverse Trigonometric Functions IntroductionBasic ConceptsProperties of Inverse Trigonometric FunctionsSolved Examples for NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Maths ChapterNCERT Notes for Class 12 Maths Chapter 2Key Points of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Maths Chapter 2Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Math Chapter 2

Chapter3

IntroductionMatrixTypes of MatricesOperations on Matrices Class 12 NCERT SolutionsTranspose of a MatrixSymmetric and Skew-Symmetric MatricesElementary Operation (Transformation) of a MatrixInvertible MatricesNCERT Notes For Matrices Class 12 NCERT SolutionsFrequently Asked Questions on Class 12 Maths NCERT Solutions Chapter 3 Matrices

Chapter11

IntroductionRectangular Coordinate SystemDirection Cosines and Direction Ratios of a LineEquation of a Line SpaceAngle Between Two LinesShortest Distance Between Two LinesPlaneCoplanarity of Two LinesAngle Between Two PlanesDistance of a Point from a PlaneAngle Between a Line and a PlaneKey Points of NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 7

Chapter12

IntroductionLinear Programming Problem and its Mathematical FormulationDifferent Types of Linear Programming ProblemsKey Features of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Maths Chapter 12 Linear ProgrammingFrequently Asked QuestionsApplications of Linear GraphsLinear Equations ApplicationDifference between Linear and Non- Linear EquationsFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionFormula for ProbabilityProbability TreeTypes of ProbabilityEqually Likely EventsComplementary EventsProbability Density FunctionNCERT Notes for Class 12 Maths Chapter 13Frequently Asked Questions on Probability Ncert Solutions Class 12:

Chapter1

IntroductionElectric ChargeConductors and InsulatorsCharging by InductionBasic Properties of an Electric ChargeCoulomb’s LawForces Between Multiple ChargesElectric FieldElectric Field LinesElectric FluxElectric DipoleContinuous Charge DistributionGauss’s LawApplications of Gauss LawField due to an Infinitely Long Straight Uniformly Charged WireSolved Examples for CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 1Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 1

Chapter2

IntroductionElectrostatic PotentialPotential Due to a Point ChargePotential Due to an Electric DipolePotential Due to a System of ChargesEquipotential SurfacesRelation Between Field and PotentialPotential Energy of a System of ChargesPotential Energy in an External FieldPotential Energy of a Single ChargePotential Energy of a System of Two Charges in an External FieldPotential Energy of a Dipole in an External FieldElectrostatics of ConductorsDielectrics and PolarizationCapacitors and CapacitanceThe Parallel Plate CapacitorEffect of Dielectric on CapacitanceCombination of CapacitorsEnergy Stored in a CapacitorVan De Graaff GeneratorSolved Examples for CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 2Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 2

Chapter3

IntroductionElectric CurrentElectric Currents in ConductorsOhm’s LawDrift of Electrons and the Origin of ResistivityMobilityLimitations Of Ohm’s LawResistivity Of Various MaterialsTemperature Dependence of ResistivityElectrical Energy, PowerCombination of Resistors – Series and ParallelCells, EMF, Internal ResistanceCells in Series and in ParallelKirchhoff’s RulesWheatstone BridgeMeter BridgePotentiometerFrequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 3

Chapter4

IntroductionMagnetic ForceSources and FieldsMotion in a Magnetic FieldMotion in Combined Electric and Magnetic FieldsMagnetic Field Due to a Current Element, Biot-Savart LawMagnetic Field on the Axis of a Circular Current LoopAmpere’s Circuital LawThe Solenoid and the ToroidForce Between Two Parallel Currents, The AmpereTorque on Current Loop, Magnetic DipoleThe Moving Coil GalvanometerSolved Examples for NCERT Solutions of Moving Charges and MagnetismFrequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 4

Chapter5

IntroductionThe Bar MagnetGauss's Law of MagnetismEarth’s MagnetismMagnetisation and Magnetic IntensityMagnetic Properties of MaterialsFrequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 5

Chapter6

IntroductionElectromagnetic InductionMagnetic FluxFaraday’s Law of Electromagnetic InductionLenz’s LawEddy CurrentsInductance

Chapter7

IntroductionAC Voltage Applied to a ResistorRepresentation of AC Current and Voltage by Rotating Vectors — PhasorsAC Voltage Applied to an InductorAC Voltage Applied to a CapacitorAC Voltage Applied to a Series LCR CircuitLC OscillationsTransformersFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter8

IntroductionDisplacement CurrentElectromagnetic WavesElectromagnetic SpectrumFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter9

IntroductionReflection of light by spherical mirrorsRefractionTotal Internal ReflectionRefraction at Spherical Surfaces and By LensesRefraction Through a PrismDispersion By a PrismSome Natural Phenomena Due to SunlightOptical InstrumentsFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter10

IntroductionHuygens PrincipleRefraction and Reflection of Plane Waves Using Huygens PrincipleCoherent and Incoherent Addition of WavesInterference of Light Waves and Young’s ExperimentDiffractionPolarizationFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter11

IntroductionElectron EmissionPhotoelectric EffectExperimental Study Of Photoelectric EffectPhotoelectric Effect and Wave Theory of Light ExEinstein’s Photoelectric Equation: Energy Quantum of RadiationParticle Nature of Light: The PhotonWave Nature of MatterSolved Examples for CBSE Class 12 Physics Chapter 11FAQs

Chapter12

IntroductionAlpha-Particle Scattering and Rutherford’s Nuclear Model of AtomAlpha-Particle TrajectoryElectron OrbitsAtomic SpectraSpectral SeriesBohr's Model of The Hydrogen AtomEnergy LevelsThe Line Spectra of the Hydrogen AtomDe Broglie’s Explanation of Bohr’s Second Postulate of QuantisationSolved ExamplesFAQs

Chapter13

IntroductionAtomic Masses and Composition of NucleusSize of the NucleusMass-energy and Nuclear Binding EnergyNuclear ForceRadioactivityNuclear EnergySolved Examples for Class 12 Nuclei NCERT SolutionsFAQs

Chapter14

IntroductionClassification of Metals, Conductors and SemiconductorsIntrinsic SemiconductorExtrinsic SemiconductorP-N JunctionSemiconductor DiodeApplication of Junction Diode as a RectifierSpecial Purpose P-n Junction DiodesJunction TransistorDigital Electronics And Logic GatesIntegrated CircuitsFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter1

IntroductionPhysical and Chemical Properties of SolidsSolid State ChemistryTypes of Solid StatesConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

DefinitionTypes of SolutionsSolution's StrengthDetermining molecular weight with colligative propertiesExercises and Answers of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 ChemistryFAQs

Chapter3

IntroductionElectrochemical CellsNernst EquationElectrolysisTypes of commercial cellsFuel CellsCorrosionThe Conductance Of Electrolytic SolutionsConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

Chemical Reaction:Chemical Kinetics:Molecularity of reaction:Effect of catalyst:Effect of temperature:Collision theory of chemical reactions:What is the rate of formations and disappearances?Major factors affecting the rate of a chemical reaction:In Conclusion,

Chapter5

IntroductionSurface chemistryImportant terms in NCERT surface chemistryNCERT surface chemistry textbook questions and solutionsNCERT exercises in class 12 chemistry chapter 5Conclusion

Chapter7

IntroductionCharacteristics of P-Block Elements

Chapter8

Subtopics covered in the d and f block elementsTopics of d and f Block ElementsThe d-block elementsThe f-block elementsThere are four series of transitions:General characteristics of transition elementsMischmetallProperties of d-Block ElementsProperties of f-Block ElementsNCERT Solutions for D And F Block Elements

Chapter9

Compounds with Molecular or Addition StructuresTypes of Molecular Compounds Coordination compoundsSome key terms to remember while studying coordination compounds Nomenclature of coordination compoundsWerner's Theory

Chapter10

Haloalkanes and haloarenesWhat are haloalkanesWhat are haloarenesClassification of haloalkanes and haloarenesHaloalkanes and haloarenes applicationsImpact of haloalkanes and haloarenes on the climateExercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 “Haloalkanes and Haloarenes Chapter 10”NCERT solution for haloalkanes and haloarenesCTA

Chapter11

IntroductionClassification of alcohols, phenols, and ethersNomenclatureStructurePreparationPhysical propertiesAcidity and basicity

Chapter12

IntroductionAldehydesProperties of AldehydesPhysical PropertiesKetonesProperties of KetonesCarboxylic AcidsProperties of Carboxylic AcidConclusion

Chapter13

What are amines? Importance of amines Classification of amines Physical properties of AminesSome Important Questions covering Chapter 13 - Amines for Class 12 Chemistry NCERT Solutions About MSVgo appConclusion

Chapter14

IntroductionCarbohydratesNucleic AcidProteinsLipidsExercises for NCERT Class 12 Chemistry Biomolecules ChapterAnswers of Exercises for NCERT Class 12 Chemistry Biomolecules ChapterImportant questions for NCERT Class 12 Chemistry Biomolecules Chapter (MCQ)Conclusion

Chapter1

IntroductionExercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Biology Chapter 1: Reproduction in OrganismsAnswers to NCERT solution exercisesConclusion

Chapter7

EvolutionOrigin of lifeDarwin’s Theory of EvolutionModes of EvolutionDivergent EvolutionConvergent EvolutionEvolution through Natural SelectionChanges over timeAdaptive RadiationConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

Introduction to Microbes In Human Welfare Class 12What are microbes?Uses of microbes in householdUses of microbes in industriesUses of microbes in the form of biocontrollerUses of microbes as biofertilizersConclusionFAQs

Chapter12

Biotechnological application in agricultureBiotechnological application in the food industryBiotechnological application in medicineBiotechnological application in aquacultureWhat is gene therapy?What are transgenic animals?What is the concept of molecular diagnosis concerning biotechnology?Conclusion

Chapter200

IntroductionIntroduction to EcologyImportant Concepts of EcologyImportant Concepts of EnvironmentAbiotic FactorsResponses to Abiotic FactorsBiological Interactions

Chapter6

IntroductionRate of Change of QuantitiesIncreasing and Decreasing FunctionsTangents and NormalsApproximationsMaxima and MinimaSolved Examples for NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Math Chapter 6NCERT Notes for Class 12 Math Chapter 6Key Points of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Math Chapter 6Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Math Chapter 6

Chapter8

Application of Integrals IntroductionArea Under Simple CurvesThe Area Between Two CurvesFAQs

Chapter5

IntroductionContinuityNCERT Solutions for continuity and differentiability class 12DifferentiabilityExponential and Logarithmic Functions Logarithmic DifferentiationDerivatives of Functions in Parametric FormsSecond Order DerivativeMean Value TheoremNCERT Notes For Class 12 Maths Chapter 5Key Points of NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Maths Chapter 5Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Math Chapter 5

Chapter4

IntroductionValue to a determinantProperties of determinantsArea of a TriangleMinors and CofactorsAdjoint and Inverse of a MatrixApplications of Determinants and MatricesSolved Examples for Determinants Class 12 Ncert SolutionsNotes for Determinants Class 12 NCERT SolutionsFrequently Asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Maths Chapter 4

Chapter7

IntroductionIntegration as a Reverse Process of DifferentiationMethods of IntegrationIntegrals of Some Particular FunctionsIntegration by Partial FunctionsIntegration by PartsDefinite IntegralFundamental Theorem of CalculusEvaluation of Definite Integrals by SubstitutionSome Properties of Definite IntegralKey Points of NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Maths Chapter 7Frequently Asked Questions on integrals NCERT Solutions Class 12

Chapter9

IntroductionBasic ConceptsGeneral and Particular Solutions of a Differential EquationFormation of a Differential Equation with a Given General SolutionMethods of Solving First Order, First Degree Differential EquationsFAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Chapter10

IntroductionSome Basic ConceptsTypes of VectorsAddition of VectorsProperties of Vector AdditionMultiplication of a Vector by a ScalarComponents of a VectorVector Joining Two PointsSection FormulaProduct of Two VectorsScalar Or Dot Product of Two VectorsProjection of a Vector on a LineVector (or Cross) Product of Two VectorsFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter3

Exercises for Human Reproduction Class 12 NcertHuman Reproduction Class 12 Ncert Solutions: Class 12 Biology Chapter 3 Ncert SolutionsConclusion

Chapter2

IntroductionExercisesSexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants NCERT SolutionsConclusion

Chapter4

Reproduction In Organisms Class 12 NCERT SolutionsReproductive Health and DevelopmentHealth Issues Affecting Reproductive HealthEducation Affecting Reproductive HealthThe Economic Factors Affecting Reproductive HealthWhat is Birth Control?How Does Birth Control Work?Birth Control and Population StabilisationConclusion

Chapter5

NCERT solutions class 12 biology chapter 5 (principles of inheritance and variation)NCERT Solutions for Class 12 biology Chapter 5Frequently Asked Questions on NCERT Solutions for Class 12 biology Chapter 5

Chapter6

The Molecular Basis of Inheritance NCERT: The search for Genetic Material:The RNA World or Replication Chapter 6Understanding the Term TranscriptionGenetic Code Defines Our ExistenceThe Molecular Basis of Inheritance NCERT: Human Genome ProjectDNA FingerprintingMSVgo Product HighlightsFrequently asked Questions

Chapter8

What is Health?How does health differ from illness?What are the characteristics of a healthy individual?What are Diseases?Types of DiseasesCommunicable DiseasesNon-Communicable DiseasesSome Common Diseases In HumansWhat is Immunity?What are Viral Infections?What are Antibodies?What are Antibiotics?Examples of the Major DiseasesWhat are Vaccines?Conclusion

Chapter9

IntroductionStrategies For Enhancement in Food ProductionConclusionFAQs

Chapter11

What is biotechnology?Principles of biotechnology Tools of recombinant DNA technologyProcedures of recombinant DNA technologyNCERT Solutions for Class 12 Biology Chapter 11FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 12 biotechnology Chapter 11Conclusion

Chapter13

What are organisms, and how many types of organisms are there?Organisms and Environment:Biotic and Abiotic FactorsPopulation DynamicsPopulation EcologySubgroups of PopulationEnvironment and PopulationConclusion

Chapter14

NCERT Solutions for class 12 biology chapter 14Frequently asked questions on NCERT Solutions for class 12 biology chapter 14

Chapter15

Introduction Patterns of BiodiversityLoss of Biodiversity Biodiversity conversationFAQs

Chapter16

Frequently asked QuestionsHow the chapter wise solution helps in scoring better in examsCan the students access the chapters for free

Chapter6

NCERT in text QuestionsNCERT Exercises

Chapter15

What is a polymer?Importance of polymers Desirable properties of polymersClassification of polymersCopolymerisation Vulcanisation of rubberBiodegradable and non-biodegradable polymersConclusion

Chapter16

IntroductionDrugs and their ClassificationsDrug Target InteractionTherapeutic Effects of DifferentTypes of DrugsChemicals in FoodCleansing AgentsSynthetic AgentsFrequently Asked QuestionsConclusion

Chapter15

Chapter5

IntroductionDöbereiner’s triadsNewland’s law of octavesMendeléev’s periodic tableThe modern periodic tableFAQs

Chapter15

SyllabusFacts that MatterThe food requirements of dairy animals:

Chapter8

IntroductionModes of reproductionSexual reproduction - modesSexual reproduction - plantsSexual reproduction - humansConclusionFAQs

Chapter10

IntroductionTypes of objectsReflectionTypes of mediumRefractionNCERT Book solutionsConclusion

Chapter11

IntroductionThe Human EyeDefects in the human eyeRefraction through prismDispersionAtmospheric refractionTyndall EffectNCERT Book solutionsConclusion

Chapter12

IntroductionFrictionElectric chargeCoulomb's lawConductors and InsulatorsElectrostatic potentialElectric currentOhm’s lawElectric fuseConclusion

Chapter13

IntroductionNCERT exercise solutionsConclusion

Chapter9

Topics covered in Class 10 Math Chapter 9IntroductionHeights and DistancesHorizontal Level and Line of SightAngle of DepressionAngle of ElevationCalculating Heights and DistancesFrequently Asked QuestionsConclusion

Chapter11

NCERT Solution of Class 10th Maths Chapter 11Exercise questions 11.1Conclusions

Chapter12

NCERT Solution of Class 10th Maths Chapter 12Exercise questions 12.1Exercise questions 12.1Conclusion

Chapter13

Topics Covered in the ChapterIntroductionSurface Area of a Combination of SolidsVolume of a Combination of SolidsConversion of Solid from One Shape to AnotherFrustum of a coneFAQs

Chapter2

Types of polynomial in class 9 maths ch 2Class 9 chapter 2 Maths QuestionsConclusion

Chapter3

Introduction to Linear EquationsGraphical presentation of a linear equation in two variablesExercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Chapter 4 Linear Equations in Two VariablesConclusion

Chapter14

Exercise Questions

Chapter15

IntroductionTypes of probability in Class 9 Maths Chapter 15Terms related to Class 9 Maths Chapter 15 – ProbabilityNCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths – Chapter 15NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths – Chapter 15Class 9 NCERT Solutions short questions on probabilityUses of probability according to Class 9 Maths Chapter 15Conclusion

Chapter5

Chapter6

Topics that are covered in Class 9 chapter 6 Maths are-Exercises of NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 6FAQsConclusion

Chapter7

1. Congruence of trianglesExercises of NCERT Solutions For Class 9 Maths Chapter 7 Exercise 7.2Exercise 7.3FAQsConclusion

Chapter8

IntroductionTypes of quadrilaterals:Perimeter and area of a quadrilateralFrequently Asked Questions

Chapter9

IntroductionFigures on the Same Base and Between the Same Parallels Parallelograms on the Same Base and Between the Same ParallelsTriangles on the Same Base and Between the Same ParallelsNCERT solutions:FAQs

Chapter10

EXERCISE 10.1EXERCISE 10.2EXERCISE 10.3EXERCISE 10.4EXERCISE 10.5Key Takeaway

Chapter12

Exercise QuestionsPage- 206Conclusion

Chapter11

EXERCISE 11.1EXERCISE 11.2 Key takeaway

Chapter13

Exercise questions