Comparative syllabus_grade 4-8th _math _CBSE NCERT
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Chapter No.Chapter NameSectionSubsectionExamples/experimentsExercises within sections
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Chapter 1Knowing our1.1 Introduction
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Numbers1.2 Comparing NumbersMany examples and exercises on Comparing 4 digit numbersTry these on greatest and smallest numbers
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Try these on greatest and smallest numbers
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1.2.1 How many numbers can you make?Try these on greatest and smallest numbers
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Stand in proper order
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Try these on comparison
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Try these Ascending and Descending order
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1.2.2 Shifting digitsShifting digits in a three digit number2 questions within the para
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1.2.3 Introducing 10,000
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1.2.4 Revisiting place valuePlace value of digits in 3 , 4 and 5 digit numbersTry these on numbers expansion
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1.2.5 Introducing 1,00,000Place value of digits in 6 digit numberTry these on numbers expansion
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1.2.6 Larger numbersTry these on understanding big numbers
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Try these on large numbers , Descending and ascending
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1.2.7 An aid in reading and writing large numbersReading of numbers using O , T , H , Th ....... table
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Use of commasUse of commas using 8 digit numbers Try these on numbers
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International System of NumerationTry these on numbers
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EXERCISE 1.1
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1.3 Large Numbers in PracticeTry these on conversions
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Try these on conversions
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Try these on distance travelled and also on speed,distance ,time ; addition of things with units
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Solved word problems on addition , subtraction , multiplication and divisiton
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EXERCISE 1.2
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1.3.1 EstimationUse of word 'approximately' to show the quantity / number is not fixed
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1.3.2 Estimating to the nearest tens by rounding offRounding off to nearest tensTry these on round numbers to nearest tens
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1.3.3 Estimating to the nearest hundreds by rounding offRounding off to nearest hundreds
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1.3.4 Estimating to the nearest thousands by rounding offRounding off to nearest thousandsTry these on round numbers to nearest tens , hundreds and thousands
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1.3.5 Estimating outcomes of number situationsRounding off numbers in real life situations
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1.3.6 To estimate sum of differenceAddition and subtraction by estimation
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1.3.7 To estimate productsProduct by estimationTry these on estimation of products
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EXERCISE 1.3
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1.4 Using bracketsTry these on writting expressions using brackets and making sitations for given expressions involving brackets
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1.4.1 Expanding bracketsExpanding brackets while multiplying
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1.5 Roman NumeralsUsing Roman NumeralsTry these on write Roman Numerals
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What we have discussed? Summary of topics discussed in the chapter.
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Chapter No.Chapter NameSectionSubsectionExamples/experimentsExercises within sections
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Chapter - 2Whole Numbers2.1 IntroductionPredecessor and SuccessorPrecessor and successor of numbersTry these on predecessor and successor of given numbers.
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Try these on natural numbers having no precessor and successor.
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2.2 Whole numbersTry these on whole number , natural number and greatest whole number
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2.3 The number lineAddition on number lineAddition , subtraction and multiplication on number lineTry these on addition of numbers using the number line
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Subtraction on number lineTry these on subtraction of numbers using the number line
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Multiplication on number lineTry these on multiplication of numbers using the number line.
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Exercise 2.1
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2.4 Properties of whole numbersClosure propertyDo this on checking closure property on addition , subtraction , multiplication and division
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Division by zero
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Associativity of additon and multiplicationAssociativity of multiplication and addition of whole numbersTry these on addition and multiplication of whole numbers using associative property
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Distributivity of multiplication over addition Do this on distributivity of multiplication over addition
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Word problem on distributivity of multiplication over addition
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Exercise 2.2
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2.5 Patterns in whole numbersTry these on patterns of whole numbers
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Exercise 2.3
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What we have discussed? Summary of topics discussed in the chapter.
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Chapter No.Chapter NameSectionSubsectionExamples/experimentsExercises within sections
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Chapter - 3Playing with numbers3.1 Introduction
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3.2 Factors and multiplesGame on spotting factors
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Finding factors of given numberTry these on possible factors of given numbers
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Exercise 3.1
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3.3 Prime and composite numbersFinding prime numbersTry these on finding prime numbers
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Even and odd numbers
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Exercise 3.2
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3.4 Test of divisibility of numbersDivisibility by 10,5,2,3,4,6,8,9,11
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Exercise 3.3
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3.5 Common factors and common multiplesCommon factors and common multiplesTry these on common factors
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Exercise 3.4
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3.6 Some more divisibility rules
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3.7 Prime factorisationDo this on preparing factor treeTry these on prime factorisation
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Find prime factorisation of given numbers
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Exercise 3.5
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3.8 Highest Common FactorTry these on finding HCF
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Exercise 3.6
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3.9 Lowest Common MultipleFind LCM of given numbers
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3.10 Some problems on HCF and LCMWord problems on finding HCF and LCM
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Exercise 3.7
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What we have discussed? Summary of topics discussed in the chapter.
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Chapter No.Chapter NameSectionSubsectionExamples/experimentsExercises within sections
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Chapter No. 4Basic Geometrical Ideas4.1 Introduction
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4.2 PointsTry these on making and spotting points
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4.3 A line segmentTry these on naming line segments
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4.4 A LineDo this on making line
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4.5 Intersecting linesDo this on intersecting lines
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4.6 Parallel lines
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4.7 RaysTry these on naming rays
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Exercise 4.1
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4.8 CurvesPosition in a figure
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4.9 PolygonsDo this on polygons
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Exercise 4.2
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4.10 AnglesDo this on angles
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Exercise 4.3
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4.11 Triangles
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Exercise 4.4
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Exercise 4.5
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4.13 CirclesParts of a circleDo this on cirlces
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Exercise 4.6
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What we have discussed? Summary of topics discussed in the chapter.
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Chapter No.Chapter NameSectionSubsectionExamples/experimentsExercises within sections
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Chapter No. 5Understanding Elementrary Shapts5.1 Introduction