Category: • Linear Equation in One Variable
• Rational Numbers
• Practical Geometry
• Data Handling
• Squares and Square Roots
• Cubes and Cube Roots
• Comparing Quantities
• Algebraic Expressions and Identities
• Direct and Inverse Proportion
• Mensuration
• Visualizing Solid Shapes
• Factorization
• Exponents and Powers
• Playing with Numbers
• Introduction to Graphs

### Linear Equation in One Variable

1
Introduction
2
Exercise 2.1; Examples
3
Exercise 2.1; Examples
4
Exercise 2.2 – Part 2
5
Exercise 2.2 – Part 3; Solving Equation having Variable on both Sides
6
Exercise 2.3 – Part 1
7
Exercise 2.3 – Part 2
8
Example 14 & 15
9
Exercise 2.4 – Part 1
10
Exercise 2.4 – Part 2; Reducing Equation to Simpler Form
11
Exercise 2.5 (1,2,3)
12
Exercise 2.5 (4,5,6,7,8)
13
Example 18 & 19; Exercise 2,6(1)
14
Exercise 2.6(2,3,4,5,6,7)
15
Example 6,7,11
16
Exercise 2.2 – Part 4
17
Exercise 2.2 – Part 5
18
Exercise 2.2 – Part 6; Exercise 2.5(10)

### Rational Numbers

1
Introduction
2
Properties of Rational Numbers – Part 1
3
Properties of Rational Numbers – Part 2
4
Properties of Rational Numbers – Part 3; Example 1
5
Example 2; Role of 0 & 1; Negative of a number; Example 3 & 4
6
Example 5; Exercise 1.1(1,2,3)
7
Exercise 1.1(4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11)
8
Representation of Rational Numbers on Number Line; Example 6 & 7
9
Example 9; Exercise 1.2(1,2,3)
10
Exercise 1.2(4,5,7)

1
Introduction
2
Diagonals; Interior & Exterior Angles
3
Polygons; Angle Sum Property; Exercise 3.1(1)
4
Exercise 3.1(1,2,3)
5
Exercise 3.1(5,6)
6
Exercise 3.1(7)
7
Sum of Measures of Exterior Angles of Polygon; Example 1 & 2;Exercise 3.2(1)
8
Exercise 3.2(2,3,4)
9
Exercise 3.2(5,6); Kinds of Quadrilaterals – Part 1
10
Kinds of Quadrilaterals – Part 2; Elements of Parallelogram – Part 1
11
Elements of Parallelogram – Part 2; Example 3
12
Angles, Adjacent sides, Diagonals of Parallelogram; Example 4
13
Examples 5 & 6; Exercise 3.3(1,2)
14
Exercise 3.3(2,3)
15
Exercise 3.3(4,5,6)
16
Exercise 3.3(9,10,11)
17
Exercise 3.3(12); Some Special Parallelograms – Part 1
18
Some Special Parallelograms – Part 2
19
Some Special Parallelograms – Part 3; Exercise 3.4(1,2)
20
Exercise 3.4(3,4,5,6)

### Practical Geometry

1
Exercise 4.1(1) – Part 1
2
Exercise 4.1(1) – Part 2; Example 2
3
Exercise 4.2(1) – Part 1
4
Constructing Angles with Compass
5
Example 3; Exercise 4.3(1) – Part 1
6
Exercise 4.3(1) – Part 2
7
Exercise 4.3(1) – Part 3; Exercise 4.5(1,2)
8
Exercise 4.5(3,4)

### Data Handling

1
Introduction
2
Organising Data; Grouping Data; Histogram
3
Exercise 5.1(1,2,3)
4
Example 1 & 2; Exercise 5.2(1)

### Squares and Square Roots

1
Introduction
2
Some Interesting Patterns – Part 1
3
Some Interesting Patterns – Part 2; Exercise 6.1(1,2,3)
4
Finding Square of a Number; Pythagorean Triplet
5
Square Roots; Finding Square Root through Repeated Substraction & Prime Factorisation
6
Example 4,5,6,7
7
Example 8; Exercise 6.3(1,2,3)
8
Exercise 6.3(4)
9
Exercise 6.3(5)
10
Exercise 6.3(5,6)
11
Exercise 6.3(7,8,9,10)
12
Finding Square Root by Division Method; Example 9,10
13
Example 11,12; Exercise 6.4(1)
14
Exercise 6.4(1,2)
15
Example 13; Exercise 6.4(3)
16
Exercise 6.4(4)
17
Exercise 6.4(5)

### Cubes and Cube Roots

1
Introduction
2
Example 1,2,3,5
3
Exercise 7.1(1,2)
4
Exercise 7.1(3,4)
5
Exercise 7.2(1,2,3)

### Comparing Quantities

1
Introduction
2
Exercise 8.1(3,4,5,6); Example 2
3
Example 3,4,5,6,7
4
Example 8 ; Exercise 8.2(1,2,3,4)
5
Exercise 8.2(5,6,9,10,11)
6
Example 10,11,14,15;Compound Interest
7
Exercise 8.3(1)
8
Exercise 8.3(2,3)
9
Exercise 8.3(4,5,6)
10
Exercise 8.3(7,8,9)
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Exercise 8.3(10,11,12)

### Algebraic Expressions and Identities

1
Introduction
2
Example 1,2;Exercise 9.1(1)
3
Exercise 9.1(1,2,3,4)
4
Example 3,4; Exercise 9.2(1,2)
5
Exercise 9.2(3,4,5)
6
Example 5,6,7
7
Exercise 9.3(1,2,3,4,5)
8
Example 8,9,10
9
Exercise 9.4(1,2)
10
Identities;Example 12,13,14
11
Exercise 9.5(1,2)
12
Exercise 9.5(2,3)
13
Exercise 9.5(4,5)
14
Exercise 9.5(6,7,8)

### Direct and Inverse Proportion

1
Introduction
2
Example 4; Exercise 13.1(1,2,3)
3
Exercise 13.1(4,5,6,7)
4
Exercise 13.1(8,9,10)
5
Indirect Proportion;Example 7; Exercise 13.2(1,2)
6
Exercise 13.2(4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11)

### Mensuration

1
Introduction
2
Exercise 11.1(5)
3
4
Exercise 11.2(1,2,3,4,5,6)
5
Exercise 11.2(7,8,9)
6
Exercise 11.2(10,11)
7
Solid Shapes;Exercise 11.3(1)
8
Exercise 11.3(2,3,4,5)
9
Exercise 11.3(6,7,8,9,10)
10
Exercise 11.4(1,2,3)
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Exercise 11.4(5,6,7,8)

### Visualising Solid Shapes

1
Introduction
2
Exercise 10.2(1)
3
Polyhedrons;Prisms;Exercise 10.3(1,2,3)
4
Exercise 10.3(4,5,6,7,8)

### Factorisation

1
Introduction
2
Exercise 14.1(1,2,3)
3
Example 5,7,8,12
4
Exercise 14.2(1,2)
5
Exercise 14.2(3,4,5)
6
Example 13,16;Exercise 14.3(1,2)
7
Exercise 14.3(3,4,5);Exercise 14.4(2,7,9,13,14,20)

### Exponents and Powers

1
Introduction
2
Law of Exponents; Example 2,3,4
3
Example 5,6:Exercise 12.1(1,3)
4
Exercise 12.1(4,5,6,7)
5
Example 8,9;Exercise 12.2(1,2)
6
Exercise 12.2(3,4);Exercise 12.1(2)

### Playing with Numbers

1
Introduction
2
Example 1,2,3;Exercise 16.1(1,2,3,4)
3
Exercise 16.1(5,6,7,8,9,10)
4
Test of Divisibility;Example 4,5,6,7
5
Exercise 16.2(1,2,3,4)

### Introduction to Graphs

1
Introduction
2
Exercise 15.1(1,2,3,4)
3
Linear Graph; Line Graph;Exercise 15.2(1,2)
4
Exercise 15.2(1,2)