Math is a very tricky subject, and it is tough to understand. Students often ignore or pay less attention to this subject as it scares them due to its complex numerical and equations. However, thanks to Mansi Sharma for eliminating the fear of maths by making it more fun and easy to understand.

Watch all her latest videos for the Class of 2024–25, covering all the important topics in detail along with exercise question’s solutions.

In the first chapter Real Numbers, students will learn about real numbers, the fundamental theorem of arithmetic and how to find LCM and HCF etc,

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The second chapter is Polynomials. In this chapter, students will learn about the geometrical meaning of the zeroes of a polynomial, the relationship between zeroes and the coefficients of a polynomial with many examples.

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The third chapter 'Pair of Linear Equations in Two Variables', talks about the graphical method of solution of a pair of linear equations

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In the fourth chapter Quadratic Equations, students will learn to check whether the equation is quadratic or not, how to represent a problem in the form of a quadratic equation, how to find the solution of a quadratic equation by factorisation, how to find the nature of quadratic equation roots etc.

The fifth chapter Arithmetic Progression teaches students with various examples to find the arithmetic progression.

The sixth chapter triangles explains in detail the triangles and their similar figures, the similarity of triangles, and various theorems with the help of examples, various criteria of similarity of triangles etc.

The seventh chapter is Coordinate Geometry, which teaches students the basics of coordinate geometry, how to apply the distance formula with various examples, and section formulas.

In Chapter 8: Introduction to Trigonometry, students will learn about various trigonometric ratios and their applications, as well as trigonometric ratios of some specific angles like 0°, 30°, 45,° 60° and 90° along with various examples.

In chapter 9, 'Some Applications' of Trigonometry, students will learn how to find the height and distance of various objects with the help of many examples, making them understand the concepts of angle of elevation and angle of depression.

The tenth chapter is Circles which explains the different situations that can arise when a circle and a line i.e non-intersecting, secant and tangent lines, are given in a plane and various theorem related to the tangent of the circles along with examples related to each theorem.

In the eleventh chapter, 'Areas Related to Circles', students will learn about the basics of areas of a sector and segment of a Circle and how to find them with various examples.

In the twelfth chapter Surface Areas and Volumes, students will learn how to find out the surface area, and volumes, of a combination of solids with various examples.

The thirteenth chapter, 'Statistics', teaches students how to find the mean, median, and mode of group data with many examples.

The fourteenth chapter, 'Probability', explains in detail about the basics, theoretical (classical) probability of an event, like the probability of a sure event, probability of an impossible event, etc.