# 10th Matric Class Math Guess Paper 2020 Lahore Board

## Matric Math Guess Lahore Board

### 100% Math Guess for Matric Students

Exercise # 1.1

- Question # 2,3

Exercise # 1.2

- Question # 1

Exercise # 1.3

- Question # 1 to 4,15,16

Exercise # 1.4

- Question # 1 to 6

Exercise # 2.1

- Question # 1,2,8,10

Exercise #2.2

- Question # 3,4,5

Exercise # 2.3

- Question # 5,6

Exercise # 2.7

- Question # 1 to 5

Exercise# 2.8

- Question # 1 to 4

Exercise # 3.2

- Question # 8 to 13

Exercise# 3.3

- Question â all

Exercise # 3.4

- Question # 2

Exercise # 3.6

- Question # 1

Exercise # 4.1

- Question # 1 to 5

Exercise # 4.3

- Question # 1 to 3

Exercise # 4.4

- Question # 1 to 5

Exercise # 5.2

- Question # 3,4

Exercise # 5.3

- Question # 1,4

Exercise # 5.4

- Question # 1

Exercise # 5.5

- Question # 1,2,3

Exercise # 6.2

- Question # 6,7,8

Exercise # 6.3

- Question # 4,5,6

Exercise # 7.3

- Question # 7 to 11

Exercise # 7.4

- Question # All

Exercise # 7.5

- Question # 1,2,5,8

Exercise # 13.2

- Question # 7,8,9 â

Exercise # 13.3

- Question 3,4,5,9,10 â

**Theorms** of chapter # 9 or chapter # 12

**Long Question of Math**

**Chapter # 1**

Exercise # 1.1

- Question # 3(1,4,5,7)

Exercise # 1.2

- Question # 3,5,6

Exercise # 1.3

- Question # 3,4,5

Exercise # 1.4

- Question # 1,2,3,4,10,11(exercise eamples 1,2 of each exercise)

**Chapter # 2**

Exercise # 2.1

- Question # 3,5,8,9

Exercise # 2.2

- Question # 3,5(exercise example 1,2)

Exercise # 2.3

- Question # 2,5,6(exercise example3,4)

Exercise # 2.6

- Question # 2,3

Exercise # 2.7

- Question # 2,3,5,11,12(exercise example 1,4)

Exercise # 2.8

- Question # 1,2,5,9

**Chapter # 3**

Exercise # 3.1

- Question # 7,9

Exercise # 3.4

- Question # 1(1,2,5)
- Question # 2 (1,2,5,6,8,9)

Exercise # 3.5

- Question # 1,4,6

Exercise# 3.6

- Question # 1(1,2,5,6)
- Question # 2(1,2) (exercise example 2.4)

**Chapter # 4**

Exercise # 4.1

- Question # 7,

Exercise # 4.2

- Question # 1,2,3,7,8

Exercise # 4.3

- Question # 1,2,7,8

Exercise # 4.4

- Question # 1,2,5(exercise examples of ch 4 only 1st from each exercise)

**Chapter # 5**

Exercise # 5.2

- Question # 3

Exercise # 5.3

- Question # 1,3

Exercise # 5.4

- Question # 1,2

Exercise # 5.5

- Question # 1,4,5

**Chapter # 6**

Exercise # 6.1

- Question # 5

Exercise # 6.2

- Question # 5,6,8,13(exercise example 1,2,3,4)

Exercise # 6.3

- Question # 6,7

**Chapter # 7**

Exercise # 7.2

- Queston # 4,5,9,10

Exercise # 7.3

- Question # 7,9

Exercise # 7.4

- Question # 11,19,20,18,21,23,8

Exercise # 7.5

- Question # 1,2,3,4,5,6

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Command words and their definitions

Describe: What you see says – not necessarily for reasons

Explain: Identify the reasons

Scheme: Give a brief summary

Analyze: Go into details

Comparison: What are the similarities and differences?

On the contrary: What are the differences?

Calculate: Use the numbers given to determine the value of an item

Appreciate: Give meaning to something

Rate: Consider both sides

Justification: Provide evidence to explain something

How much: Assess the importance or success of something – whether it worked or not

Discuss: Present a case with evidence or reasons

Rate: Giving weight / informed decision

Comment: Express your opinion about something

Discussion: Give different perspectives