16 chapters

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

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