# HOW TO MAKE CHAPTER 2 IN CLASS 10 EASIER

NCERT CHAPTER 2 solutions. 6 Tips for the preparation of chapter 2.

**Introduction to NCERT CHAPTER 2 solutions:**

Chapter 2 of your class 10 NCERT is based on the concept of Polynomials. This concept must be quite familiar for the students who had studied chapter 2 of class 9 attentively. However, the level of difficulty is slightly increased in your class 10 which makes this chapter scoring and a common target for tricky questions in your CBSE Classhealthily 10th board exam. In order to do your class 10 chapter 2 preparation efficiently, you need to read the preparation tips given below.

**Class 10 chapter 2 preparation Tips:**

** Make notes:**

Make notes whenever studying this chapter for the first time. CBSE has introduced Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) recently and this chapter is a very easy target for these types of questions. So, where you used to leave the theory part and solely focused on doing exercises from your NCERT, you will now have to understand and memorize the theoretical part too. Listen very carefully while your teacher or tutor whenever they is starting this chapter. They will most likely start with the definition of Polynomials in their simple words, so instead of cramming the NCERT language word to word, make short and crisp notes along with studying.

** NCERT Concepts:**

NCERT sets your base in this chapter so you have to very much focus on it. Treat your NCERT as your Bible and understand every single word. Solve every question of your NCERT at least twice including all the example and NCERT exercise questions. Generally, an exercise of your NCERT is based on a particular concept. So, before starting on with your exercise, understand the concept very clearly. Make short answer questions yourself as MCQs. Also, for MCQs, the exemplar is suggested to be a very good reference book as sometimes, examiners give the same question directly from the exemplar for the CBSE board exam. Make tables for simplification of some topics.

**Make separate formula sheet :**

Also, Make a separate formula sheet and in front of every formula, write a basic question that can be solved by using this particular formula. Along with the formula sheet, keep your notes to make your preparation efficient. Be very careful while drawing the graphs. It has to be very neat and labeled. Make short tricks for questions that are time-consuming like finding the zeros of a polynomial. Use the short one formula of coefficients of the variables. While finding zeros of a cubic polynomial, always attempt the questions using a division algorithm as that solution is idealized by NCERT as well as CBSE examiners. The special thing about Maths paper is that you are given numbers for each step. So to score well in Maths paper, write each and every step thoroughly.

**Solve Past papers:**

Solve previous year’s questions to help you understand the pattern of the exam and also which topic of this chapter is constantly getting repeated over the years in CBSE exams. Manage your time accordingly. Try to complete the paper about 15 minutes before the completion of the exam time and read your paper once in the last 15 minutes.

Be sure to attempt each question from** RS Aggarwal Class 10 Solutions Chapter 2 Ex 2A** if you are weak in that chapter. Write the formula of the question, draw a diagram and also write the theory so that you will get marks on each question. This way you will be able to score well.

Don’t stress yourself out with stress just before the night of the exam. If you study at the cost of your sleep, you will not be able to remember that studied topic in the morning. So, this will eventually be a waste of your time as well as your sleep. If you sit in the exam hall with a sleepy head, you will be unable to attempt and present your paper neatly.

**Good Presentation:**

Presentation of your exam is equally important as studying. So, draw margins on the left and side of your answer sheet with the help of a pencil and scale. Make a separate column for calculations and other rough work. Make sure to write calculations very neatly so that at the end when you will be revising the exam, it will become easy for you to revise at the end. Don’t forget simple concepts while studying complex ones. Therefore, it is recommended to make little tricks for simple, scoring, and easily forgettable concepts.

**Example:**

For example, Linear polynomials are the polynomials in which the highest degree is 1 and in order to make the graph of this equation, you will have to make a straight line.

Trick: L stands for Linear and L also stands for Line.

So, the graph will be a ‘line’.

Similarly, Quadratic Polynomials are the Polynomials with the degree 2 and for drawing its graph, you will have to make a curve.

Trick: Quadratic ends with C and C stands for the curve.

Hence, the graph is a “curve”.

Your tricks need not be logical as they are only made for memorizing important concepts.

Seek your teacher’s help whenever you are not able to understand NCERT examples or exercise questions. Attempt and exercise and after understanding it completely, search on the internet and get a reference book for solving similar questions to make your concept crystal clear. Boost up your confidence by solving all the practice questions twice or thrice to fix them in your mind completely. Eat healthily and don’t stay up very late at night for studying.

If there is a question you haven’t seen in your NCERT or any of the reference books, don’t panic because there will be some deal-breaker word in the statement of the question. You just have to brainstorm your mind a little more to get to the answer to the question. Try a hit and trial method from every formula and trick you have studied. If you’re still not able to understand the answer to that particular question, leave it to the end.

**Last words on NCERT CHAPTER 2 solutions:**

Continue with those questions which you are confident about to keep the momentum going on with the exam. In the end, if you are completely able to understand the answer, solve whatever concept you think will fit in. Sometimes, CBSE understands the difficulty level of the question and they **reward students** who have tried to solve the question with a proper approach.