10th - Mathematics

It can be understood from its name that “Mathematics-10 (Science Group)” is a compulsory subject for those who chose Science Group in their matriculation. This subject is taught in all those schools whose students have to participate in exams under any board of Punjab or federal. It provides opportunity to learn basic mathematical functions which one needs in his day to day life. Beside this, Math makes person organized. It develops certain characteristics in students such as critical and creative thinking, abstract reasoning, problem solving. All these qualities are not only necessary for mathematics professionals or scientists, but are necessary for persons from all walks of life

Subject Details

The 10th class Mathematics is divided into two major categories i.e Algebra and Geometry.


Algebra develops “think outside the box” ability in students. They could see concretely, logically and abstractly towards the single problem. Algebra makes students sharp and timely; they could solve problems faster by learning it.

Algebra portion of 10th class contains 6 chapters which are:

  1. Quadratic Equation
  2. Theory of Quadratic Equation
  3. Variations
  4. Partial Fractions
  5. Sets and Functions
  6. Basic Statics


Humans are always attracted by different shapes and patterns and starts learning geometry even before their school. Then in early school they start drawing various shapes and solids. As they promote to next class they learn various angles, lines, curves, shapes and many more.

Geometry makes person to understand and solve problems easily. It improves the visual abilities, creates spatial understanding, and develops 3-D thinking and deductive reasoning in students.  One could understand transformations more easily after leaning geometry. It also broadens the horizon of a person.

This portion of 10th class mathematics includes following chapters.

  1. Introduction to Trigonometry
  2. Projection of a side of a Triangle
  3. Chords of a Circle
  4. Tangent of a circle
  5. Angle in Segments of a Circle
  6. Practical Geometry Circles

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Paper Pattern:

Matric Part-II paper of both Punjab and Federal board is of 75 marks a whole. The paper is divided into two parts; one is objective, of 15 marks, and the other is the subjective part consisted of 60 marks. This part includes short questions (36) and long question (24 marks).