15 chapters

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

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