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1.0 Introduction

1.1 Properties of Rational Numbers

1.2 Representation of Rational Numbers on the Number Line

1.3 Rational Numbers between Two Rational Numbers

2.0 Introduction to Linear Equations in One Variable

2.1 Solving Equations which have Linear Expressions on one Side and Numbers on the other Side

2.2 Solving Equations having the Variable on both Sides

2.3 Reducing Equations to Simpler Form

2.4 Equations Reducible to the Linear Form

3.0 Introduction

3.1 Polygons

3.2 Sum of the Measures of the Exterior Angles of a Polygon

3.3 Kinds of Quadrilaterals

3.4 Some Special Parallelograms

4.0 Introduction

4.1 Constructing a Quadrilateral

4.2 Some Special Cases

5.0 Looking for Information

5.1 Organising Data

5.2 Grouping Data

5.3 Chance and Probability

6.0 Introduction

6.1 Properties of Square Numbers

6.2 Some More Interesting Patterns

6.3 Finding the Square of a Number

6.4 Other patterns in squares

6.5 Pythagorean triplets

6.6 Square Roots

6.7 Estimating Square Root

7.0 Introduction

7.1 Cubes

7.2 Some interesting patterns

7.3 Cube Roots

8.0 Recalling Ratios and Percentages

8.1 Finding the Increase or Decrease Per cent

8.2 Finding Discounts

8.3 Prices Related to Buying and Selling (Profit and Loss)

8.4 Sales Tax/Value Added Tax/Goods and Services Tax

8.5 Compound Interest

8.6 Deducing a Formula for Compound Interest

8.7 Rate Compounded Annually or Half Yearly (Semi Annually)

8.8 Applications of Compound Interest Formula

9.0 What are Expressions?

9.1 Terms, Factors and Coefficients

9.2 Monomials, Binomials and Polynomials

9.3 Like and Unlike Terms

9.4 Addition and Subtraction of Algebraic Expressions

9.5 Multiplication of Algebraic Expressions: Introduction

9.6 Multiplying a Monomial by a Monomial

9.7 Multiplying a Monomial by a Polynomial

9.8 Multiplying a Polynomial by a Polynomial

9.9 Identities

10.0 Introduction to shapes

10.1 Views of 3D-Shapes

10.2 Mapping Space Around Us

10.3 Faces, Edges and Vertices

10.4 Polyhedrons

11.0 Introduction to mensuration

11.1 Area of Trapezium

11.2 Area of a General Quadrilateral

11.3 Area of a Polygon

11.4 Solid Shapes

11.5 Surface Area of Cube, Cuboid and Cylinder

11.6 Volume and Capacity

12.0 Introduction

12.1 Powers with Negative Exponents

12.2 Laws of Exponents

12.3 Use of Exponents to Express Small Numbers in Standard Form

12.4 Comparing very large and very small numbers

13.0 Introduction to proportionality

13.1 Direct Proportion

13.2 Inverse Proportion

14.0 Introduction

14.1 What is Factorisation

14.2 Division of Algebraic Expressions

14.3 Division of Algebraic Expressions Continued (Polynomial Ã· Polynomial)

14.4 Commonly made errors while when solving algebra exercises

15.0 Introduction to graphs

15.1 Linear Graphs

16.0 Introduction

16.1 Numbers in General form

16.2 Games with Numbers

16.3 Letters for Digits

16.4 Tests of Divisibility

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Agricultural Practices

1.2 Preparation of Soil

1.3 Agricultural Implements

1.4 Adding Manure and Fertilisers

1.5 crop rotation

1.6 Irrigation

1.7 Traditional Methods of Irrigation

1.8 Modern Methods of Irrigation

1.9 Protection from Weeds

1.10 Harvesting

1.11 Storage

1.12 Food from Animals

2.0 Introduction

2.1 Microorganisms

2.2 Where do Microorganisms Live?

2.3 Microorganisms and Us

2.4 Friendly Microorganisms

2.5 Harmful Microorganisms

2.6 Food Preservation

2.7 Nitrogen Fixation

3.0 Introduction

3.1 What are Synthetic Fibres?

3.2 Types of Synthetic Fibres

3.3 Characteristics of Synthetic Fibres

3.4 Plastics

3.5 Plastics as Materials of Choice

3.6 Plastics and the Environment

4.0 Introduction

4.1 Physical Properties of Metals and Non-metals

4.2 Chemical Properties of Metals and Non-metals

4.3 Uses of Metals and Non-metals

5.0 Introduction

5.1 Coal

5.2 Petroleum

5.3 Natural Gas

5.4 Some Natural Resources are Limited

6.0 Introduction

6.1 What is Combustion?

6.2 How Do We Control Fire

6.3 Types of Combustion

6.4 Flame

6.5 Structure of a Flame

6.6 What is a Fuel?

6.7 Fuel Efficiency

6.8 Burning of Fuels Leads to Harmful Products

7.0 Introduction

7.1 Deforestation and Its Causes

7.2 Consequences of Deforestation

7.3 Conservation of Forest and Wildlife

8.0 Introduction

8.1 Discovery of the Cell

8.2 The Cell

8.3 Organisms show Variety in Cell Number, Shape and Size

8.4 Cell Structure and Function

8.5 Parts of the Cell

8.6 Comparison of Plant and Animal Cells

9.0 Introduction

9.1 Modes of Reproduction

9.2 Sexual Reproduction

9.3 Development of Embryo

9.4 Asexual Reproduction

10.0 Introduction

10.1 Adolescence and Puberty

10.2 Changes at Puberty

10.3 Secondary Sexual Characters

10.4 Role of Hormones in Initiating Reproductive Function

10.5 Reproductive Phase of Life in Humans

10.6 How is the Sex of the Baby Determined?

10.7 Hormones other than Sex Hormones

10.8 Role of Hormones in Completing the Life History of Insects and Frogs

10.9 Reproductive Health

11.0 Introduction

11.1 Force - A Push or a Pull

11.2 Forces are due to and Interaction

11.3 Exploring Forces

11.4 A Force can Change the State of Motion

11.5 Force can Change the Shape of and Object

11.6 Non-contact Forces

11.7 Pressure Exerted by Liquids and Gases

11.8 Atmospheric Pressure

12.0 Introduction

12.1 Force of Friction

12.2 Factors affecting Friction

12.3 Friction : A Necessary Evil

12.4 Increasing and Reducing Friction

12.5 Fluid Friction

13.0 Introduction

13.1 Sound is Produced by a Vibrating Body

13.2 Sound Produced by Humans

13.3 Sound Needs a Medium for Propagation

13.4 We Hear Sound through Our Ears

13.5 Amplitude, Time Period and Frequency of a Vibration

13.6 Audible and Inaudible Sounds

13.7 Noise and Music

13.8 Noise Pollution

14.0 Introduction

14.1 Do Liquids Conduct Electricity

14.2 Chemical Effects of Electric Current

14.3 Electroplating

Introduction

15.1 Lightning

15.2 Charging by Rubbing

15.3 Transfer of Charge

15.4 The Story of Lightning

15.5 Lightning Safety

15.6 Earthquakes

16.0 Introduction

16.1 What makes Things Visible

16.2 Laws of Reflection

16.3 Regular and Diffused Reflection

16.4 Reflected Light Can be Reflected Again

16.5 Sunlight - White or Coloured

16.6 What is inside Our Eyes

16.7 Care of the Eyes

16.8 Visually Impaired Persons Can Read and Write

17.0 Introduction

17.1 The Moon

17.2 The Stars

17.3 Constellations

17.4 The Solar System

17.5 Some Other Members of the Solar System

17.6 Meteors and Meteorites

18.0 Introduction

18.1 Air Pollution

18.2 Case Study- The Taj Mahal

18.3 Greenhouse Effect

18.4 What can be Done?

18.5 Water Pollution

18.6 Case Study Ganga

18.7 What is Potable Water and How is Water Purified?

1.0 Comprehension Passage

2.0 Poetry

3.0 Informal Letter

4.0 Formal Letter

5.0 Notice Writing

6.0 Essay Writing

7.0 Articles

8.0 Nouns

9.0 Adjectives

10.0 Verbs

11.0 Adverbs

12.0 Prepositions

13.0 Conjuctions

14.0 Punctuation

15.0 The Sentences

16.0 Tenses

17.0 Active and Passive Voice

18.0 Subject Verb Agreement

19.0 Editing

20.0 Omitting

21.0 Reported Speech

22.0 Phrases and Clauses

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