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Get NCERT Solutions, Notes, Numericals (with solutions) of Chapter 12 Class 10 NCERT Science- Electricity.
It is a Physics Chapter, from which numericals always come in Board Exams.
At Teachoo, in addition to solving all the NCERT Back Exercise Questions... we have also solved Questions which are given in boxes between the chapter, Examples from the chapter, as well as Notes.
In the Notes of Electricity Class 10, we explain the concept in detail and then list all the questions of that topic for you to solve. (With answers given as well)
We call them Concepts, and you start doing the Concept by clicking the link below.
Let's see what these concepts are. In this chapter, we will learn
What is Electric Charge
Rules of Electric Charge
What is Electric Current
What do you mean by Electric Potential Difference
What is an Electric Circuit?
Different Symbols Used in an Electric Circuit
What is Ohm's Law?
Experiment to Verify Ohm's Law
Factors on which Resistance of Conductor Depends
Resistance in Series
Resistance in Parallel
Resistance in Series and Parallel - Full Comparison
What is Electric Power
What is the Heating Effect of Electric Current
Applications of Heating Effect of Electric Current
What is the difference between resistance and resistivity?
Why is an ammeter connected in series and voltmeter connected in parallel?
What is the difference between open and closed circuits?
Why does Ammeter have low resistance? Given reason
Why does Voltmeter have high resistance?
Least Count of Ammeter and Voltmeter
Since you will give Board Exams this Year , we have also given you some very Important Practice Questions. (Teachoo Questions)
These questions are a must-do before you give your exams. It also has Numerical Problems at the end. Download the PDF and attempt the questions, and then click on the link there to check the answers
Note: When you click on a link below... the first question will open, to open other questions click on Next. Or go to the bottom.
It has a list with arrows - that contains every topic and question.