## Past Papers Maths MCQs for 10th Class

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## Maths MCQs for Class 10

Class 10 Maths is the most important subject of SSC Part II. The book contains a total of 13 chapters among which the last Chapter is of Practical Geometry (Circle). As far as Maths MCQs for class 10 are concerned all the chapters are equally important. This post includes all the FBISE Maths Past Papers MCQs of 10th Class with answers.

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## Class 10 Maths Reduced Syllabus 2021

#### Unit 1 **Quadratic Equations**

Ex. 1.1 | Q1(iv, vi); Q2(i, iv, v); Q3(i, ii, iv, vi, vii, viii, ix); |

Ex. 1.2 | Q1(iii, iv, vii, viii, ix) |

Ex. 1.3 | Q2; Q4; Q5; Q7; Q9; Q10; Q13; Q14 |

Ex. 1.4 | Q3; Q7; Q8; Q10; Q11 |

Miscellaneous Ex 1 | Q1; Q2; Q3 |

#### Unit 2 Theory of Quadratic Equations

Ex. 2.1 | Q1(i, iii); Q2(iii, iv); Q3; Q4(ii, iii); Q5; Q6; Q8(ii) |

Ex. 2.2 | Q1; Q2(ii, iv, vii, viii); Q3; Q5 |

Ex. 2.3 | Q1(i, ii, iv); Q2(i); Q3(i); Q4(ii); Q5(ii, iii); Q6(i) |

Ex. 2.4 | Q1(ii, iii); Q2(iii, iv) |

Ex. 2.5 | Q1(c, g, h); Q2(a, c, d, e); Q3(a) |

Ex. 2.6 | Q1(ii, iii); Q2(ii); Q3(i); Q4(i, iii); Q5(i) |

Ex. 2.7 | Q1; Q3; Q4; Q5; Q6; Q9 |

Ex. 2.8 | Q2; Q4; Q5; Q6; Q7 |

Miscellaneous Ex 2 | Q1; Q3 |

#### Unit 3 Variations

Ex. 3.1 | Q1(iii, iv); Q2(i, ii); Q3; Q4; Q6; Q9; Q11(iii, iv) |

Ex. 3.2 | Q1(i, iii); Q3; Q6; Q7; Q8; Q9 |

Ex. 3.3 | Q1(iii, iv, vi); Q2(ii, iv, v); Q3(iii, iv); Q4(ii, iii) |

Ex. 3.4 | Q1(i, iv, v, vii); Q2(iii, v, vi, viii, ix) |

Ex. 3.5 | Q2; Q3; Q5; Q6 |

Ex. 3.6 | Q1(ii, iii, iv, vi); Q2(i, ii) |

Ex. 3.7 | Q1; Q2; Q6; Q7; Q8 |

Miscellaneous Ex 3 | Q1; Q3 |

#### Unit 4 Partial Fractions

Ex. 4.1 | Q2; Q3; Q4; Q7; Q8 |

Ex. 4.2 | Q1; Q2; Q4; Q7 |

Ex. 4.3 | Q1; Q4; Q6; Q8 |

Ex. 4.4 | Q1; Q2; Q3 |

Miscellaneous Ex 4 | Q1 |

#### Unit 5 Sets and Functions

Ex. 5.1 | Q2(i, iv); Q3(i, iii, v); Q4(i, ii, iii, iv); Q5(i) |

Ex. 5.2 | Q1(ii, iii); Q2; Q3; Q4(i) |

Ex. 5.3 | Q1(i, v, vi); Q3; Q4(i, iii, iv, v) |

Ex. 5.4 | Q2; Q3(ii, iii); Q4; Q5(ii, iii) |

Ex. 5.5 | Q1; Q2; Q4; Q5; Q6(vii, viii) |

Miscellaneous Ex 5 | Q1; Q2; Q3 |

#### Unit 6 Basic Statistics

Ex. 6.1 | Q1; Q2; Q4; Q5 |

Ex. 6.2 | Q3; Q6; Q7; Q9; Q10; Q12; Q13 |

Ex. 6.3 | Q4; Q5; Q6; Q7 |

Miscellaneous Ex. 6 | Q1 |

#### Unit 7 Introduction to Trigonometry

Ex. 7.1 | Q1(ii, iii, vi, viii); Q2(i, ii); Q3(ii, v); Q4(ii, iv, v, vii); Q5(ii, v, vii) |

Ex. 7.2 | Q1(ii); Q2(ii); Q3(ii); Q5; Q10; Q13 |

Ex. 7.3 | Q1(ii, iv); Q2(ii, iv); Q3(ii, iii); Q7; Q8; Q9; Q10; Q12(ii, iii, v, vii, ix, xi) |

Ex. 7.4 | Q8; Q9; Q11; Q12; Q13; Q16; Q17; Q18; Q20; Q21; Q23; Q24 |

Ex. 7.5 | Q5; Q6; Q7; Q8; Q9; Q10; Q12 |

Miscellaneous Ex 7 | Q1; Q3 |

#### Unit 8 Projection of a Side of a Triangle

Ex. 8.1 | Q1 |

Ex. 8.2 | Q2; Q3 |

Theorems | Theorem 1; Theorem 2 |

Miscellaneous Ex 8 | Q4; Q6; Q8; Q10 |

#### Unit 9 Chords of a Circle

Ex. 9.1 | Q3; Q4 |

Ex. 9.2 | Q2; Q3 |

Theorems | Theorem 1; Theorem 2; Theorem 4 |

Miscellaneous Ex 9 | Q1; Q2 |

#### Unit 10 Tangent to a Circle

Ex. 10.1 | Q1 |

Ex. 10.2 | Q1; Q2 |

Theorems | Theorem 3; Theorem 4(A); Theorem 4(B) |

Miscellaneous Ex 10 | Q1 |

#### Unit 11 Chords and Arcs

Ex. 11.1 | Q1; Q2; |

Theorems | Theorem 1; Theorem 3; Theorem 4 |

Miscellaneous Ex 11 | Q1 |

#### Unit 12 Angle in a Segment of Circle

Theorems | Theorem 1; Theorem 3 |

Miscellaneous Ex 12 | Q1 |

#### Unit 13 Practical Geometry – Circle

Ex. 13.1 | Q3(ii); Q5; Q6 |

Ex. 13.2 | Q1; Q2; Q3; Q6; Q7 |

Ex. 13.3 | Q1; Q2; Q3; Q5; Q6; Q9 |

Miscellaneous Ex 13 | Q1; Q2; Q3 |

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