CBSE Class 10 is an important grade for students, where they need to score good marks in the board examination. After 10th students will enter to higher education level, where they need to choose the subject based on their interest. But understanding the mathematical concepts up to class 10th is crucial for each student, as these are further used in higher studies to explain their applications. In this article, triangle Class 10 MCQ is provided along with surface area and volumes MCQs, to help students understand the concepts easily.
The MCQs (multiple-choice questions) provided here, are as per the latest CBSE syllabus for academic session 2022-2023 of Class 10. Students are advised to practise these MCQs on their own, before checking with the answers. It will help them to increase their potential of solving problems in examinations. Let us go further in this article to solve MCQs based on the concepts of triangles and surface areas and volumes.
MCQs on Class 10 Triangles
Triangles is an important topic, introduced to us in our primary classes. A triangle is a two-dimensional shape, that has three sides and three angles. Based on the measurement of its sides and angles, the triangles are classified into six types (Scalene, Isosceles, Equilateral, Acute-angled, Obtuse-angled and Right-angled).
In Class 10 chapter 6, Triangles, we will learn about similar and congruent figures. Also, we would discuss here the conditions for congruence of triangles such as:
- AAA (Angle-angle-angle)
- AA (Angle-angle)
- SSS (Side-side-side)
- SAS (Side-angle-side)
- RHS (Right-angle-hypotenuse-side)
If two triangles satisfies, any of these similarity criterion, then they are said to be congruent. Solve the objective questions based on these conditions to learn better.
MCQs on Surface Areas and Volumes
Surface areas and volumes are the parameters determined for three-dimensional objects such as cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, etc. Both of these are an important entities for any 3d shapes. The formulas of surface areas and volumes are highly used in real life. For example, if we need to find the surface area or volume of an object formed by combination of two primary solids, then we can use the formulas for each of the solid. These formulas will differ for all the solids. Class 10 Maths Chapter 13 Surface areas and volumes MCQs will help students to understand the formulas and find the required measurements for the combined solids. Frustum of a cone is an important solid that is formed when a right circular cone is sliced parallel to its base. Thus, we can use here combined formulas to find its surface area and volume.