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Updated for **new NCERT** - for 2024 Boards.

Get Solutions of all NCERT Exercise Questions and Examples of Chapter 12 Class 10 Surface Area and Volumes. All questions are solved in an easy way, with video explanation of each question.

We have studied Surface Area and Volumes in Class 9, where we looked at the formulas of Area and Volume of Different Figures

In this chapter, we will

**Surface Area of Combination of Solids**(Like a hemisphere on top of a cuboid, or a capsule)- Similarly, we will find
**Volume of Combination**of Solids - Then, we will see what happens when we
**convert one solid shape into another**(like Cone to Sphere) - What a
**frustum**of a right circular cone is **Deriving formulas**for Surface Area and Volume of Frustum- and then doing
**some questions**on frustum

Click on an exercise link below to start doing the chapter from the NCERT.

Or you can do the chapter from Concept Wise. In concept wise, each chapter is divided into some concepts. First concept is explained, and then questions of the concept is solved.

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Updated for **new NCERT** - for 2024 Boards.

Get Solutions of all NCERT Exercise Questions and Examples of Chapter 12 Class 10 Surface Area and Volumes. All questions are solved in an easy way, with video explanation of each question.

We have studied Surface Area and Volumes in Class 9, where we looked at the formulas of Area and Volume of Different Figures

In this chapter, we will

**Surface Area of Combination of Solids**(Like a hemisphere on top of a cuboid, or a capsule)- Similarly, we will find
**Volume of Combination**of Solids - Then, we will see what happens when we
**convert one solid shape into another**(like Cone to Sphere) - What a
**frustum**of a right circular cone is **Deriving formulas**for Surface Area and Volume of Frustum- and then doing
**some questions**on frustum

Click on an exercise link below to start doing the chapter from the NCERT.

Or you can do the chapter from Concept Wise. In concept wise, each chapter is divided into some concepts. First concept is explained, and then questions of the concept is solved.

Click on a link below to begin.