8 chapters

Chapter1

The following Topics and Sub-Topics are covered in this chapter and are available on MSVgo:

IntroductionHistory of ArithmeticArithmetic operationsWhat Are Rational And Irrational Numbers? Rational Vs. Irrational NumbersConclusionFAQs

Chapter2

The following Topics and Sub-Topics are covered in this chapter and are available on MSVgo:

IntroductionSimple and Compound Interest Simple InterestCompound Interest Growth and Depreciation ConclusionFAQs

Chapter3

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IntroductionIntroduction to Algebra Expansions Factorisation Simultaneous Linear Equations in Two VariablesExponents or IndicesConclusionFAQs

Chapter4

The following Topics and Sub-Topics are covered in this chapter and are available on MSVgo:

IntroductionIntroduction to Geometry Triangles and Types of Triangles Proportionality TheoremPythagoras TheoremRectilinear Figures Formulas for Rectilinear Figures or PolygonsCircleConclusionFAQs

Chapter5

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IntroductionCollection of dataPresentation of dataGraphical Representation of dataUngrouped dataFAQs

Chapter6

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IntroductionArea and Perimeter of a TriangleArea and Circumference of a CircleSolids Surface - Area and Volume of Cube and CuboidsArea and Volume of CuboidConclusionFAQs

Chapter7

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IntroductionTrigonometric RatiosAngles in TrigonometryConcept of Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary AnglesTrigonometry in MathematicsTrigonometry ApplicationsConclusionFAQs

Chapter8

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IntroductionGeometry of Co-ordinatesWhat are a Co-ordinate and a Co-ordinate Plane?Cartesian SystemOrdinate and AbscissaSolving Simultaneous Linear EquationsElimination Method for Solving Linear EquationsSubstitution Method for Solving Linear EquationsPlotting of Points in the Plane for Given CoordinatesConclusionFAQs