The chapter deals with the concept of algebraic expressions, terms, factors, and coefficients of expressions, types of algebraic expressions such as monomials, binomials, trinomials, or polynomials. Further, in Maths Chapter 6, Algebraic Expressions and identities cover the basic operations done on algebraic expressions, the concept of identity.
In RD Sharma Maths Chapter 6 Algebraic Expressions and identities, the expansion of basic algebraic identities are explained in detail. The chapter evaluates student's abilities to execute elementary mathematical operations on algebraic terms. They will learn how to work with different signs before moving on to the equation portion. The chapter teaches that terms will be added or removed, and the result will be computed. This chapter contains problems using equations with several variables or a single variable with varying powers. The pupils are taught how to multiply and divide algebraic expressions. They will solve problems using complicated algebraic expressions with brackets in this chapter. You will need to use the BODMAS idea here as well.
Like and unlike terms, multiplication of algebraic expressions, multiplying a binomial by a binomial, multiplying monomial by trinomial, multiplication of a monomial by a monomial is also covered. The students tackle problems of varying difficulty levels. They will learn how to use powers during multiplication and division in this section. The students will also encounter problems on multi-term expressions with a comparable variable. As the chapter concludes, the word problems based on the algebraic expression are also covered.