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- 1. Revision of all the exercise Revision of theorems Revision of all the formulae
- 2. At a time revise two or more chapters Use mixed bag approach for revision Allot fixed time for revision when your mind is completely focused in studies
- 3. 2 hours for 40 marks ∴ 120 minutes for 40 marks ∴ 3 minutes for 1 mark
- 4. 5 minutes Read the question paper 10 minutes Q.1 10 minutes Q.2 15 minutes Q.3 20 minutes Q.4 25 minutes Q.5 80 minutes Remaining 40 minutes for extra problems
- 5. Minimum two papers of each (algebra and Geometry) should be solved. Ideal timing for writing these papers. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Get these papers assessed
- 6. Solve all the problems from the question bank Refer available practice book The higher order thinking skill questions can be asked in any question e.g. Find sin (-300º)
- 7. If α and β are roots of the quadratic equation 4x2 – 5x + 2. Find the equation whose roots are 1 Sol: and 1 4x2 – 5x + 2 = 0 ∴ a = 4, b = −5, c = 2 If α and β are the roots of this equation, then
- 8. In the adjoining figure, the inscribed circle of ∆ABC with centre P, touches the sides AB, BC and AC at points L, M and N respectively. Show that Q. In the adjoining figure, the inscribed circle of ∆ABC with centre P, touches the sides AB, BC and AC at points L, M and N respectively. Show that A ABC 1 2 perim eter of ABC radius of inscribed circle
- 9. Construction : Join PL, PM, PN. PL = PM = PN = r (where, r is the radius of inscribed circle) PL ⊥ AB PM ⊥ BC PM ⊥ BC Tangent radius ⊥ lar property
- 10. In the adjoining figure, the inscribed circle of ∆ABC with centre P, touches the sides AB, BC and AC at points L, M and N respectively. Show that
- 11. In the adjoining figure, the inscribed circle of ∆ABC with centre P, touches the sides AB, BC and AC at points L, M and N respectively. Show that

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