Std. X Geometry
for Maharashtra State Board (SSC) English Medium
(Written according to the New Text book (2011-2012) published by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune.)
Specifications Group: School, Subject: Geometry, Author: Mr. Biju Babu (B.E Prod.), Mr. Kannan G. Iyer (B.Sc. Maths), Mr. Pankaj Dubey (B.E. Mech.) Published on: March 2013 (Third Edition)
- Written as per the new textbook.
- Exhaustive coverage of entire syllabus.
- Precise theory for every topic.
- Covers answers to all textual exercises and problem set.
- Includes additional problems for practice.
- Comprehensive solution to Question Bank.
- Constructions drawn with accurate measurements.
- Attractive layout of the content.
- Self evaluative in nature.
- Includes Board Question Paper of March 2013.
Geometry is the mathematics of properties, measurement and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces and solids. It is widely used in the fields of science, engineering, computers, architecture etc. It is a vast subject dealing with the study of properties, definitions, theorems, areas, perimeter, angles, triangles, mensuration, co-ordinates, constructions etc.
The study of Geometry requires a deep and intrinsic understanding of concepts. Hence to ease this task we bring to you “Std. X: Geometry” a complete and thorough guide critically analysed and extensively drafted to boost the students confidence. The question answer format of this book helps the student to understand and grasp each and every concept thoroughly. The book is based on the new text book and covers the entire syllabus. It contains answers to textual exercises, problems sets and Question bank. It also includes additional questions for practice. All the diagrams are neat and have proper labelling. The book has a unique feature that all the constructions are as per the scale. Another feature of the book is its layout which is attractive and inspires the student to read.
There is always room for improvement and hence we welcome all suggestions and regret any errors that may have occurred in the making of this book.
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Best of luck to all the aspirants!