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1800-102-2727Mathematics is one of the most important subjects, and it doesn't matter whether you like it or not. The subject remains an important part of your academic and non-academic life. The basic concepts in the subject are crucial because it holds the key to understanding the concepts of advanced maths. RS Agarwal is one of the most preferred books for its variety of questions and easy language. The book being one of the most preferred books across the country, contains many questions that bug the students countrywide. The questions given in the book are to aid the students to understand the concepts being taught via practising. But, at the same time, while practising, students get stuck on various problems in the book, which leads to a loss of confidence and interest in the subject. Thus, to avoid such a scenario, the Aakash Institute prepares solutions for RS Aggarwal questions.
Grade 6 is the most basic class for students if we consider the important mathematical concepts. These concepts taught in the sixth grade go a long way in setting the tone for the student's mathematical understanding in the long run, and RS Aggarwal has a very important part to play in it. The Aakash institute prepares solutions for every topic under the guidance of our well- experienced faculty. Therefore, it is beneficial to refer to the RS Aggarwal Solutions, which are made chapterwise to avoid confusion.
The RS Aggarwal solutions for class 6 Maths given to the students by the Aakash Institute helps them get a crystal clear understanding of any topic. Moreover, the procedure is well laid out for the students to comprehend and remember them without seeking the help of any other tutor or guidance. The RS Aggarwal solutions for class 6 Maths carry the weight of enormous experience as experienced teachers at the Aakash Institute write them. Each solution is given a step-wise description which proves crucial in making the solution easy to remember and replicate for a similar question. The solutions have been created after a deep analysis of the entire syllabus as mandated by the CBSE board for class 6 th
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Chapter 1- Number System plays an important role in mathematics. The chapter teaches the International system of numeration and the Indian System. Further, it sheds light on comparing numbers, estimation, word problems and number operations, estimating the product, and estimating the quotient. Finally, the chapter concludes with a brief mention of Roman numerals.
Chapter 2- Factors and Multiples consists of the various concepts related to factors and multiples. It includes finding the prime and composite numbers from one to a hundred. The divisibility test for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 are also covered in the topic. The chapter emphasizes divisibility properties to find prime numbers between 100 and 200. Apart from that, the HCF and LCM, prime factorization, properties of HCF and LCM of given numbers are some of the essential topics that are followed by the chapter. These concepts hold a lot of importance for the practical problems and slightly complex concepts taught in the higher classes. Thus, the students must understand all these concepts thoroughly.
Chapter 3- Whole Numbers deals with the definition of a whole number. It says that the counting of all-natural numbers, including zero, are called whole numbers. The other topics ventured in this chapter are the operation of whole numbers, multiplication of whole numbers, properties of multiplication of whole numbers, subtraction in whole numbers, the definition in whole numbers, properties of division.
This chapter is an extension of the numbers and introduces the whole new concept of negative numbers. It includes integers on a number line, the properties and representation of integers on a number line, rules on operations of integers, properties of subtraction on integers, multiplication of integers, properties of addition on integers, division on integers, properties of division and multiplication on integers and word problems based on these mathematical operations concerning integers.
Chapter 5- Functions deals with the definitions and the different types of fractions. It can be said that a fraction is a part of the whole. The chapter includes proper, equivalent fractions, improper and mixed fractions, comparison of fractions, like and unlike fractions, the addition and subtraction of fractions, along with the multiplication and division properties.
Chapter 6- Simplification teaches us about the methods used to simplify complex structures and formulae into their simplest forms by using mathematical operators like division, multiplication and subtraction. The chapter also involves the concept of BODMAS and operations using kinds of brackets with mathematical operators, and square roots are the main topics of questions given in the chapter.
In this chapter, numbers expressed in the decimal form are called decimal numbers. Decimals are considered another form of writing a fraction, but they have certain rules regarding mathematical operations on them. Sometimes they are even considered a slightly separate number system. Some of the primary topics discussed are like and unlike decimals, converting a decimal into a fraction and vice versa, comparing decimals, operations of decimals, subtraction of decimals.
Chapter 8 introduces the students to the concepts of algebraic maths. Algebra is focused on a combination of variables and constants. It is a branch of maths that teaches the students to form expressions and equations to define a figure, scenario or curve. The chapter includes four fundamental operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on these algebraic expressions. Key topics discussed in this chapter are operations on constants and variables, algebraic expressions types, namely monomial, binomial, trinomial, quadrinomial, polynomial operations on algebraic expressions, and grouping symbols.
Chapter 9- Linear equations in one variable deal with the basic equations and their components. The statement of equality involving one or more variables is called an equation, and an equation with the highest power of variables as unity is called the linear equation. It is solved by the trial- and-error method, inverse operations, and the transposition method. Finally, the chapter ends with the applications of equations
Chapter 10- Ratio, Proportion and Unitary method aims at converting a given ratio into its simplest form. The ratio of two quantities in the same units, comparison of ratio proportion of three members in operation are some of the other topics discussed thoroughly in this chapter. The chapter also teaches the unitary method to the students, which is very important in finding the value of a unit quantity when another quantity is provided. This topic is useful in solving questions from various other subjects as well.
In this chapter, the information about line segment, Ray and line are studied. The concepts discussed in Chapter 11- Line segment, Ray and Line include plane, point, line segment, line, intersecting lines, Parallel Lines, concurrent lines, collinear points. This chapter holds numerous applications in geometry and graphical representations, which will be taught in higher classes; hence, a thorough understanding of the concepts discussed in this chapter is paramount.
Chapter 12- Parallel Lines deals with a system of parallel lines and sheds light on their properties. For example, two lines in a plane that do not meet even after extending indefinitely in a direction are known as parallel lines. The chapter also discusses the distance between parallel lines, Parallel segment and parallel rays and how to test whether the given lines are parallel.
Chapter 13- Angles and their measurements deal with the study of angles and their measurements in detail. The concepts covered are the interior and exterior of an angle, the magnitude of an angle and its measurement units, measuring an angle using various tools, various types of angles and much more. The concepts discussed in this chapter have numerous applications in almost every topic in the higher classes and have many real-life implementations. Thus, the students must understand all the concepts provided in this chapter thoroughly.
Chapter 14- Constructions aims at teaching the students some methods to draw a perpendicular bisector of a given line segment, to draw an angle equal to a given angle, to draw the bisector of a given angle, to draw a line perpendicular to a given angle from a point on it, to draw a line perpendicular to a given line from a point outside, to draw a line parallel to a given line through a point outside it and construction of some special angles using a pair of compasses.
Chapter 15- Polygons deals with the definition and types of polygons that we encounter in day- to-day life. A simple closed figure composed of three or more line segments is called a polygon. The topics included in this chapter are straight lines, closed figures, open figures, side vertices and diagrams.
Chapter 16- Triangles deal with triangles' properties and shed light on the various components of a triangle. The properties of the triangles, interior and exterior of a triangle, various types of triangles namely equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle, scalene triangle, the perimeter of a triangle and angle such as acute triangle, right-angle triangle and obtuse triangle and the angle sum property of a triangle are some of the topics discussed in this chapter.
Chapter 17 deals with the definitions and classifications of quadrilaterals. For example, a simple closed curve bounded by four-line segments is called a quadrilateral. The concepts covered in quadrilaterals include the types of quadrilaterals (for example- convex and concave). It also includes the angle sum property of quadrilateral, interior and exterior angles in a quadrilateral. There is a mention of various special types of quadrilateral such as trapezium, parallelogram and its properties, properties of Rhombus, rectangle, and the properties of a rectangle, square, and features.
Chapter 18- Circles deal with the definitions of circles and the various components of a circle. Circles have an interior, an exterior portion. The circle's diameter, the chord of a circle, the secant of a circle, the circumference of a circle, the segment of a circle, semicircle are a sector of a circle, and concentric circles include the major subtopics that have been talked about in the chapter.
Chapter 19- Three-Dimensional shapes deal with the classification of 3-D figures and their defining properties. A closed figure with length, height and width is known as a three- dimensional shape or figure. Cube, cylinder, sphere, cone, triangular prism, pyramid, and features are discussed in this chapter.
Chapter 20- Two-dimensional reflection symmetry deals with the line of symmetry and the symmetry of objects or things that we see in day-to-day life. The concept of the line of symmetry introduced in the chapter is also explained in detail with the help of relevant examples. For example, a figure is asymmetrical about I if it is identical on either side of 'I', where 'I' is known as the line of symmetry or the axis of symmetry.
Chapter 21- Concept of perimeter and area deals with the boundary definitions of various figures and structures. It provides formulae for the perimeter and area of different shapes. The sum of all sides of a plane figure or the length of all sides of a plane figure or the length of its boundary is called the perimeter of the figure. The perimeter of a rectangle, perimeter of a square, the circumference of a circle, area of a circle and area of square and rectangle are covered in the chapter.
Chapter 22- Data handling deals with the segregation of a given set of data. The information in the form of numerical figures has been furnished in this section. This chapter includes the definitions of raw data, array, tabulation of data, observations, frequency of observations, and statistics, along with the methods to analyze and handle these sets of data in an organized manner.
Chapter 23- Pictograph deals with the graphical representation of a particular set of data. It is the representation of the information through pictures that can be easily understood. It is a very interesting topic that deals with the concept of data representation in an organized and clean manner incorporating symbols to depict actual quantities of entities.
Chapter 24 helps the students represent a given set of data on the X-Y plane, in the form of rectangular bars, whose height is directly related to the quantity of the commodity they represent. A graph representing numerical data of a rectangle or parts of equal width and varying heights is known as a bar graph, and the chapter teaches the students to read and construct them.
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Mathematics requires a comprehensive understanding of each formula and the concepts behind them to answer any question. The RS Aggarwal Solutions for Class 6 th provided by the Akash Institute gives to the point solutions supported by the explanations. Not only do these solutions make the students adept at mathematics they also make them faster in solving these questions.
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The Aakash Institute has a lot of experienced teachers who are experts in their fields. These teachers get together to compile these RS Aggarwal solutions along with the subject matter experts. These teachers make sure that the students do not make frequent mistakes (the students commonly make) by providing these to the point solutions. Apart from that, these faculty members use their experience to provide them with tricks to get the answers utilizing shorter and faster methods.