Are you finding the solution of Exercise 6.3 of 10th Class Mathematics?
Maths is an incredibly broad subject that covers a lot of topics. From simple arithmetic to geometry and trigonometry, the study of maths encompasses a wide variety of branches. There’s a lot of debate over what mathematics actually is, but this blog won’t get into that – if you’re interested in that sort of thing you can check out the article “What is Mathematics?” on the Oxford University website.
In this blog post I’m going to be talking about the variety of math I’ve been involved in, and how it relates to my life as a student.
When I was younger, my dad taught me simple addition, subtraction and multiplication tables up to 10×10. Those were pretty much all I knew about maths for a long time. Then at high school (years 7-10), we were introduced to more advanced maths such as algebra, geometry and trigonometry. This was fun for me because I enjoyed learning about how numbers are used in these subjects. Once I’d finished school I moved on to university where I studied computer science. This meant that most of my maths was now done on computers instead of on paper (although there’s still some work which is done by hand).
If yes, you are in the right hands.
If you belong to any of the boards for SSC Part 2 in Pakistan:
- Federal Board (FBISE)
- Punjab Board (Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Rawalpindi Boards)
- KPK Board (Peshawar Board)
- Sindh Board (Karachi and Hyrderboard Boars)
Then these notes are helpful to you.
Do I talk complicated and much? Get your notes.
Download Class 10 Maths Exercise 6.3 Notes
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