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CBSE Notes 2011-2012

Success in Mathematics

Studying Math is Different from Studying Other Subjects

  • Math is learned by doing problems. Do the homework. The problems help you learn the formulas and techniques you do need to know, as well as improve your problem-solving prowess.
  • A word of warning: Each class builds on the previous ones, all year long. You must keep up with the Teacher: attend class, read the text and do homework every day. Falling a day behind puts you at a disadvantage. Falling a week behind puts you in deep trouble.
  • A word of encouragement: Each class builds on the previous ones, all year long. You’re always reviewing previous material as you do new material. Many of the ideas hang together. Identifying and learning the key concepts means you don’t have to memorize as much.

Study Time

You may know a rule of thumb about math (and other) classes: at least 2 hours of study time per subject. But this may not be enough!

  • Take as much time as you need to do all the homework and to get complete understanding of the material.
  • Form a study group. Meet once or twice a week (also use the phone). Go over problems you’ve had trouble with. Either someone else in the group will help you, or you will discover you’re all stuck on the same problems. Then it’s time to get help from your Instructor.
  • The more challenging the material, the more time you should spend on it.

Next topic will be on Maths Problem Solving………this is all for today

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Studying Math is Different from Studying Other Subjects

Math is learned by doing problems. Do the homework. The problems help you learn the formulas and techniques you do need to know, as well as improve your problem-solving prowess.
A word of warning: Each class builds on the previous ones, all year long. You must keep up with the Teacher: attend class, read the text and do homework every day. Falling a day behind puts you at a disadvantage. Falling a week behind puts you in deep trouble.
A word of encouragement: Each class builds on the previous ones, all year long. You’re always reviewing previous material as you do new material. Many of the ideas hang together. Identifying and learning the key concepts means you don’t have to memorize as much.
Study Time

You may know a rule of thumb about math (and other) classes: at least 2 hours of study time per subject. But this may not be enough!

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Study Time

You may know a rule of thumb about math (and other) classes: at least 2 hours of study time per subject. But this may not be enough!

Take as much time as you need to do all the homework and to get complete understanding of the material.
Form a study group. Meet once or twice a week (also use the phone). Go over problems you’ve had trouble with. Either someone else in the group will help you, or you will discover you’re all stuck on the same problems. Then it’s time to get help from your Instructor.
The more challenging the material, the more time you should spend on it.
Next topic will be on Maths Problem Solving………this is all for to

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Mathematics



Math is very interesting subject as compare to other subject .Mathematics is a way of thinking about problems and issues in the world. Math is very helpful to other subject like physic, chemistry .