# Syllabus of 10th GSEB for 2020-21 NoCopy

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Syllabus of
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Mathematics
Science
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Gujarati
Hindi
Sanskrit
Mathematics
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Real Number
1.1 Introduction,
Example 1,
Exercise 1.1 Q. 1,
1.3 The
Fundamental
theorem of
Arithmetic,
Theorem 1.2
Example 6-7-8,
Exercise 1.2 Q1 to 4,
1.5 Revisiting
rational number and
their decimal
expansion,
Theorem 1.7
Exercise 1.4
Example 2-3-4,
1.2 Euclid’s Division,
Theorem 1.1
Exercise 1.1 Q2 to 5,
Example 5,
Exercise 1.2 Q5-6-7,
1.4 Revisiting Irrational
number,
Theorem 1.3, 1.4,
Example 9-10-11,
Exercise 1.3(whole)
Theorem 1.5-1.6
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Polynomials
2.1 Introduction,
Example 1,
2.2 Geometrical
meaning of zeroes of
the polynomials,
Exercise 2.1 Q1,
2.3 Relation
between zeroes and
the coefficient of the
polynomial,
Example 2-3-4,
Exercise 2.2
2.4 Division algorithm
for polynomial,
Example 5-6-7-8-9,
Exercise 2.3
Exercise 2.4
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Linear
Equation in
two variable
3.1 Introduction,
3.2 pair of linear
Equation in two
variables,
Example 1to13,
3.3 Graphical
method for solution
of pair of linear
equation,
Exercise 3.2 Q2-3-5,
3.4.1 Substitution
method,
Exercise 3.3 Q1-2,
3.4.2 Elimination
method,
Exercise 3.4 Q1
Exercise 3.1,
Exercise 3.2 Q1-4-6-7,
Exercise 3.3 Q3
Exercise 3.4 Q2,
3.4.3 Cross
multiplication,
Example 14 to 19,
Exercise 3.5 Q1-2-3-4,
3.5 Equation reducible
to a pair of linear
equation in two
variables,
Exercise 3.6 Q1-2
Exercise 3.7
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Equations
4.1 Introduction,
Equations,
Example 1to6,
Exercise 4.1,
4.3 Solution of a
by factorisation,
Exercise 4.2
Exercise 4.3 Q2 to 8,
4.5 Nature of roots,
Example 10, 13to18,
Exercise 4.4
4.4 Solution of a
completing the square,
Example 7-8-9-11-12,
Exercise 4.3 Q1-9-1011
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Arithmetic
Progression
5.1 Introduction,
5.2 Arithmetic
Progression,
Example 1to8,
Exercise 5.1 Q1 to 3,
Exercise 5.2 Q1 to 15
5.3 nth term of AP,
Exercise 5.3 Q1 to 12
5.4 Sum of first n
terms of AP,
Example 11-13-14,
Exercise 5.1 Q4,
Example 9-10-12-1516,
Exercise 5.2 Q16 to 20,
Exercise 5.3 Q13 to 20,
Exercise 5.4 whole
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Triangles
6.1 Introduction,
6.2 Similar figures,
Exercise 6.1,
6.3 Similarities of
triangle,
Exercise 6.2 Q1-2,
6.4 Criteria for
similarities of
triangles,
Example 5-7,
Exercise 6.3 Q1-2,
Exercise 6.4 Q1&amp;8,
6.6 Pythagoras
Theorem,
Example 11,
Theorem 6.6 and 6.8
Theorem 6.1-6.2-6.36.4-6.5-6.7-6.9,
Example 1-2-3-4-6-8-910-12-13-14,
Exercise 6.2 Q3 to 10,
Exercise 6.3 Q3 to 16,
Exercise 6.4 Q2 to 7&amp;9
6.5 Area of Similar
Triangles,
Exercise 6.5 Q1 to 16,
Exercise 6.6
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Coordinate
Geometry
7.1 Introduction,
7.2 Distance
Formula,
Example 1 to 3,
Exercise 7.1 Q1 to 7,
7.3 Section formula,
Example 7-8-9-10,
Exercise 7.2
Example 4-5,
Exercise 7.1 Q8-9-10,
7.4 Area of triangles,
Example 11 to 15,
Exercise 7.3,
Exercise 7.4
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Introduction 8.1 Introduction,
to
8.2 Trigonometry
Trigonometry Ratios,
Example 1 to 9-11,
Exercise 8.1 Q1 to 8
and 11,
8.3 Trigonometric
ratios for specific
angles,
Exercise 8.2 Q1-2-4,
8.4 Trigonometric
ratio for
complementary
angles,
Exercise 8.3 Q1-3-57,
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Exercise 8.1 Q9&amp;10,
Exercise 8.2 Q3,
Exercise 8.3 Q 2-4-6,
Example 10-12-13-1415,
8.5 Trigonometric
identities,
Exercise 8.4 Q1 to 5
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Application
9.1 Introduction,
of
9.2 Height and
Trigonometry Distance,
Example 1 to 3,
Exercise 9.1 Q1 to 5,
Example 4 to 7,
Exercise 9.1 Q 6 to 16,
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Circles
Theorem 10.1-10.2,
Example 1-2-3,
Exercise 10.2 Q4-5 and
8 to 13
10.1 Introduction,
10.2 Tangent to a
circle,
10.3 Number of
tangents from a
point on a circle,
Exercise 10.1,
Exercise 10.1 Q1-23-6-7
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Construction
11.1 Introduction,
11.2 Division of line
segment,
Construction 11.1,
Exercise 11.1 Q1,
11.3 Construction of
tangents to a circle,
Construction 11.3,
Exercise 11.2 Q1 to 5
Construction 11.2
Example 1-2,
Exercise 11.1 Q2to7,
Exercise 11.2 Q6&amp;7,
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Area related
to circles
12.1 Introduction,
12.2 Perimeter and
area of circles,
Example 1,
Exercise 12.1 Q1-23-5,
12.3 Areas of sector
and segment of
circle,
Example 2,
Exercise 12.2 Q1 to 6
and 14
Exercise 12.1 Q4,
Example 3,
Exercise 12.2 Q7 to 13,
12.4 Areas of
combination of plane
figure,
Example 4-5-6,
Exercise 12.3 Q1 to 16
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Surface Area
and volume
13.1 Introduction,
13.2 Surface area of
combination of
solids,
Example 1 to 4,
Exercise 13.1,
13.3 Volume of
combination of solid,
Example 5-6,
Exercise 13.2
13.4 Conversion of
solid from one shape
to other,
Example 7 to 11
Exercise 13.3,
13.5 Frustum of a
cone,
Example 12-13-14
Exercise 13.4
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Statistics
14.1 Introduction,
14.2 Mean of grouped data,
Example 1 to 8,
Exercise 14.1,
14.3 Mode of grouped data,
Exercise 14.2
14.4 Median of grouped
data,
Exercise 14.3
14.5 Graphical
representation
of Cumulative
frequency
Distribution ,
Example 9
Exercise 14.4,
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Probability
15.1 Introduction,
15.2 Probability a
theoretical approach
Example 1 to 12,
Exercise 15.1
Exercise 15.2
Science
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Chemical
Equation and
reaction
Chemical Equation,
Types of chemical
reaction,
Displacement
reaction, Oxidation,
Reduction
Double displacement,
Effects of Oxidation in
everyday life,
Exothermic and
Endothermic reaction
2
Acids, bases
and salts
Chemical properties
of Acid and base,
What is Common
between acid and
base?, How strong
are acid and base?,
Activity 2.1. to 2.1.6,
Activity 2.9(HCl gas),
Science
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Metals and Physical properties,
nonHow do metals and
metals
non-metals react,
Occurrence of
metals
Chemical properties of metals,
Refining of metals, Properties
of Ionic Compound,
Enrichment of ore, Corrosion
and prevention of corrosion
4
Carbon
and its
compound
Chemical properties of carbon
compound, homologous
series,
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Bonding I carboncovalent bond,
Versatile nature of
carbon, soap and
detergent
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Science
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Periodic
Classificati
on of
elements
5.1 Making order out
of Chaos – Early
attempts
5.2 Making order out
of Chaos – Mendeleev
periodic table
5.3 Making order out
of Chaos – Modern
periodic table
Trends of Modern Periodic
table, limitation of
Mendeleev’s Classification
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Life
process
What are life process,
Nutrition, respiration,
transportation,
excretion
Transportation in plants,
Excretion in plants,
Transportation in human
being, heart, Oxygen
enters the blood in the
lungs
Science
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Control
and
Coordinati
on
Animal nervous
system, Coordination in
plants, Hormones in
animals,
Movement due to growth,
Reflex action, How does
nervous tissue cause
action?
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How do
organisms
Reproduce
Mode of reproduction
by single organisms,
Sexual reproduction
Do organisms create exact
copies of themselves?, The
importance of variation,
Science
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Heredity
and
Evolution
Heredity, Evolution,
Evolution and
Classification, Human
Evaluation, Speciation
Accumulation of
variation
During reproduction,
Evolution should not be
equated with progress,
10
Light
reflection
and
refraction
Reflection of light,
Spherical mirror,
Refraction of light
All the sums of the
chapter, ray diagram,
Image formation by mirror
and lens
Science
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Human
eye and
colourful
world
Refraction of light through
Prism, Dispersion of white
light through glass prism,
Atmospheric refraction,
Scattering of light
Human Eye, Power of
Accommodation,
Defects of vision and
their correction,
Colour of sun during
sunrise and sunset,
Tyndall effect
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Electricity
Electric current and
circuit, Electric potential
and potential difference,
circuit diagram, ohms law,
Heating effect of electric
current, Resistance of a
system of resistors
Factors on which the
resistance of conductor
depends and sums
based on it, Electric
power
Science
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Magnetic
effect of
electric
current
Magnetic field and Field
lines, Force on a current
carrying conductor in
magnetic field,
Electromagnetic Induction
Domestic Electric
Circuits, Electric motor,
electric generator,
Magnetic field due to
current carrying
conductor
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Sources of
Energy
What is the good source
of energy, Conventional
source of energy, Nonconventional sources of
energy, Environmental
Consequences, How long
will energy source last
Energy from sea, Geo
thermal energy, Nuclear
energy, Biomass and
bio-gas plant,
Science
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Our
Environment
Eco-system and its
components, How do
our activities effect the
environment,
Food chain and food
web,
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Sustainable
management
Why do we need to
manage our natural
resources, Forest and
wildlife, Water for all,
Coal and Petroleum
Stake holders of forest,
Conservation of water,
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