Math Class 8 CBSE Online Course

Description

Counting, calculations, measurement, study of objects and shapes requires the knowledge of  Mathematics. It is challenging but interesting at the same time. This is a course on Mathematics Grade 8 CBSE Board following the latest syllabus of NCERT.


This course provides:

Explanatory and problem solving videos for learning various mathematical concepts and problems. 
Video-wise Quiz for testing your understanding about  the topic.
The course content is arranged chapter-wise and contains all 16 chapters of Class 8th Math CBSE.

What you'll learn:

This course covers all the topics of both Algebra and Geometry in class 8 CBSE Maths in detail.

Who this course is for:

Students of CBSE Boards Class 8
Anyone who wants to learn Maths
Teachers who wish to teach their students math in a simpler way


Requirements

Students must have knowledge of the chapters of CBSE Math Class 7
Should Have knowledge of calculations
Strong interest to learn the subject


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Lessons

  • lessons
  • 7 hr 14mins
  • Natural and Whole Numbers (Review)
  • What are Rational Numbers?
  • Fractions and Integers - Are they Rational Numbers?
  • What are Positive and Negative Rational Numbers?
  • What is the Closure property of Rational Numbers?
  • What is the Commutative Property of Rational Numbers?
  • What is the Associative Property of Rational Numbers?
  • What are Additive and Multiplicative identities?
  • What is the Zero Property?
  • What are the Other Properties of Rational Numbers?
  • How do we Add Two Rational Numbers? Part 1
  • How do we Add Two Rational Numbers? Part 2
  • How do we Subtract Two Rational Numbers?
  • How do we Multiply Two Rational Numbers? Part 1
  • How do we Multiply Two Rational Numbers? Part 2
  • How do we Divide Two Rational Numbers? Part 1
  • How do we Divide Two Rational Numbers? Part 2
  • Rational Numbers on a Number Line - Part 1
  • Rational Numbers on a Number Line - Part 2
  • Rational Numbers on a Number Line - Part 3
  • How many Rational Numbers exist between Two Rational Numbers?
  • How many Rational Numbers exist between Two Rational Numbers? (Logic)
  • How many Rational Numbers exist between Two Rational Numbers? (Finding Averages)
  • How do we Find Rational Numbers between Two Rational Numbers? (Examples Part 1)
  • How do we Find Rational Numbers between Two Rational Numbers? (Examples Part 2)
  • What is a Linear Equation in One Variable?
  • How do we Use the Inverse Method to Solve a Linear Equation?
  • How do we Use the Transpose Method to Solve a Linear Equation?
  • Forming Equations - Find the Number
  • Forming Equations - Find the Parts
  • Forming Equations - Find the Length and Breadth of a Rectangle
  • Forming Equations - Inheritance
  • Forming Equations - Consecutive Integers
  • Forming Equations - Consecutive Even Integers
  • Forming Equations - Find the Digits; and then the Number
  • Forming Equations - Find the Present Age
  • Forming Equations - Find the Present Age (Table Method)
  • Forming Equations - Find the Fraction
  • Forming Equations - Find the Number of Coins
  • What is a Quadrilateral?
  • What is a Quadrilateral? Quiz
  • What are the Different Pairs of Sides and Angles in a Quadrilateral?
  • What are different pairs of sides and angles? Quiz
  • What is a Polygon?
  • What is a Polygon Quiz
  • What is a Regular Polygon?
  • What is a regular polygon? Quiz
  • What are Trapeziums and Kites?
  • What are Trapeziums and kites? Quiz
  • What is a Parallelogram and what are its Special Cases?
  • What is a parallelogram and what are its special characteristics? Quiz
  • The Quadrilaterals Tree
  • What is the Relation of an Exterior Angle of a Triangle with its Interior Angles?
  • Exterior Angles of a Triangle - Example
  • What are the Different Properties of Quadrilaterals we will look at?
  • How do we Prove that the Diagonals of an Isosceles Trapezium are Equal?
  • How do we Prove that the Diagonals of a Kite are Perpendicular to each other?
  • How do we Prove that the Opposite Sides of a Parallelogram are Equal?
  • How do we Prove that the Opposite Angles of a Parallelogram are Equal?
  • How do we Prove that the Diagonals of a Parallelogram Bisect each other?
  • How do we Prove that the Diagonals of a Rectangle are Equal?
  • How do we Prove that the Diagonals of a Rhombus Bisect each other are Right Angles?
  • A Summary of the Properties of a few Special Quadrilaterals
  • Properties of a Rhombus - Example
  • Practical Geometry - Introduction
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 4 sides and the diagonal
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 3 sides and 2 diagonals
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 3 sides and 2 included angles
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 2 adjacent sides and 3 angles
  • Constructing Quadrilaterals – Special Cases
  • Practical Geometry - Introduction
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 4 sides and the diagonal
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 3 sides and 2 diagonals
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 3 sides and 2 included angles
  • Constructing a Quadrilateral – With lengths of 2 adjacent sides and 3 angles
  • Constructing Quadrilaterals – Special Cases
  • What are Bar graphs?
  • Bar Graph - Example
  • How do we Draw a Bar Graph? Example 1
  • How do we Draw a Bar Graph? Example 2
  • What are Joint Bar Graphs?
  • How do we Draw a Joint Bar Graph?
  • What is a Percentage Bar Diagram?
  • How do we Draw a Percentage Bar Diagram?
  • Percentage Bar Diagram - Example
  • How do we Classify Data?
  • What are Tally Marks?
  • What is Ungrouped Frequency Distribution?
  • What is Grouped Frequency Distribution? Part 1
  • What is Grouped Frequency Distribution? Part 2
  • How do we form Class Intervals?
  • What is the Continuous Form of Grouping?
  • What are Pie Charts?
  • How do we Interpret a Pie Chart?
  • How do we Construct a Pie Chart? Part 1
  • How do we Construct a Pie Chart? Part 2
  • What is a Histogram?
  • How do we draw Histograms for Discontinuous Class Intervals?
  • What is Probability?
  • What are Equally Likely Events? (Tossing a Coin)
  • What are Equally Likely Events? (Throwing a die)
  • When are two Events Not Equally Likely? What are Impossible and Certain Events?
  • What is the Square of a Number?
  • Pythagorean triplets
  • What are Square Roots?
  • How do we Find the Square Root of a Number using the Prime Factorisation Method? Part 1
  • How do we Find the Square Root of a Number using the Prime Factorisation Method? Part 2
  • How do we Find the Square Root of a Number using the Long Division Method? Part 1
  • How do we Find the Square Root of a Number using the Long Division Method? Part 2
  • How do we Find the Square Root of a Number using the Long Division Method? Part 3
  • How do we Find the Square Root of a Number using the Long Division Method? Part 4
  • What is the Cube of a Number?
  • What is the Cube Root of a Number?
  • How do we Find the Cube Root of a Number using the Prime Factorisation Method?
  • How do we Find the Cube Root of a Large Number? (in a few seconds)
  • What is a Ratio?
  • What is Percentage?
  • Percentage - Example
  • Percentage of a Quantity - Example 1
  • Percentage Increase or Decrease - Example 2
  • What do we mean by Discount?
  • How do we Find a Percentage of a Given Quantity?
  • What do we mean by Profit and Loss?
  • What do we mean by Cost Price and Selling Price?
  • What are Overhead Costs?
  • What do we mean by Profit Percentage and Loss Percentage?
  • Example - How do we find the Cost Price when we are given the Loss Percentage?
  • What do we mean by Sales Tax?
  • Discount and Sales Tax Example
  • Simple Interest - Basics
  • Simple Interest v/s Compound Interest
  • What is Half Yearly Compounding?
  • What is Quarterly Compounding?
  • How do we Derive the Compound Interest formula?
  • Compound Interest Example
  • What is an Equation?
  • What are Terms?
  • How do we Count the Number of Terms in an Algebraic Expression?
  • What are Like and Unlike Terms?
  • When can Terms be Added or Subtracted?
  • Heard of the Polynomial Store?
  • What is Factorisation of Polynomials?
  • How do we Add Two Polynomials?
  • How do we Subtract One Polynomial from Another?
  • How do we Add Two Polynomials using the COLUMN method? Part 1
  • How do we Subtract a Polynomial from Another using the COLUMN method? Part 1
  • How do we Subtract a Polynomial from Another using the COLUMN method? Part 2
  • How do we Multiply Two Monomials?
  • How do we Multiply a Monomial with a Binomial?
  • How do we Multiply Two Polynomials?
  • What is an Identity?
  • First Identity (Square of a Binomial)
  • How do we Prove the First Identity?
  • Second Identity (Square of a Binomial)
  • How do we Prove the Second Identity?
  • Third Identity (Difference of Squares)
  • How do we Prove the Third Identity?
  • What is a Cuboid?
  • What is a Cube?
  • Cylinder and Sphere
  • What is a Cone?
  • What is a Prism?
  • What is a Pyramid?
  • Viewing 3 Dimensional Shapes
  • What is the Perimeter of a Rectangle?
  • What is the Perimeter of a Square and a Triangle?
  • What is the Area of a Square and a Rectangle?
  • What is the Perimeter of a Parallelogram?
  • What is the Circumference of a Circle?
  • How do we Find the Area of an Irregular Figure?
  • Area of a Rectangle - Example
  • What is the Area of a Parallelogram?
  • Area of a Parallelogram - Example
  • What is the Area of a Triangle?
  • What is the Area of a Circle? Part 1
  • How do we Find the Area of a Trapezium?
  • Paths in a Park - Example
  • What do we mean by Volume and Surface Area?
  • What is the Surface Area of a Cuboid?
  • What is the Surface Area of a Cube?
  • What is the Volume of a Cuboid? Part 1
  • What is the Volume of a Cuboid? Part 2
  • Volume of a Cuboid - Example
  • Surface Area of a Cuboid - Example
  • What is a Cylinder?
  • What is the Surface Area of a Cylinder?
  • What is the Volume of a Cylinder?
  • What is the Volume of a Pizza?
  • Volume of a Cylinder - Example
  • A Cylinder within a Cylinder - Example
  • What are Exponents?
  • What are Negative Exponents?
  • What is the Product Law of Exponents?
  • What is the Quotient Law of Exponents?
  • What is the Power Law of Exponents?
  • What are the Power of Product and the Power of Quotient Property?
  • Powers of 10 - Part 1
  • Powers of 10 - Part 2
  • Powers of 10 - Part 3
  • What is Proportion?
  • What is Direct Variation? Part 1
  • What is Direct Variation? Part 2
  • Direct Variation - Example
  • What is Indirect Variation? Part 1
  • What is Indirect Variation? Part 2
  • What are Factors?
  • What is Factorisation of Polynomials?
  • How do we Factorise Polynomials using Grouping? Part 1
  • How do we Factorise Polynomials using Grouping? Part 2
  • How do we Factorise Polynomials using Identities? Part 1
  • How do we Factorise Polynomials using Identities? Part 2
  • How do we Factorise Polynomials using Identities? Part 3
  • How do we Factorise a Quadratic Polynomial? Part 1
  • How do we Factorise a Quadratic Polynomial? Part 2
  • How do we Factorise a Quadratic Polynomial? Part 3
  • How do we Factorise a Quadratic Polynomial? Part 4
  • How do we Factorise a Quadratic Polynomial? Part 5
  • How do we Divide One Monomial by Another?
  • How do we Divide a Polynomial by a Monomial?
  • How do we Divide a Polynomial by a Monomial? Part 1
  • How do we Divide a Polynomial by a Monomial? Part 2
  • How do we Divide a Polynomial by a Binomial?
  • What are Bar graphs?
  • Bar Graph - Example
  • How do we Draw a Bar Graph? Example 1
  • How do we Draw a Bar Graph? Example 2
  • What are Joint Bar Graphs?
  • How do we Draw a Joint Bar Graph?
  • What are Pie Charts?
  • How do we Interpret a Pie Chart?
  • How do we Construct a Pie Chart? Part 1
  • How do we Construct a Pie Chart? Part 2
  • What is a Histogram?
  • How do we draw Histograms for Discontinuous Class Intervals?
  • What is a Frequency Polygon?
  • How do we Draw a Frequency Polygon using a Histogram?
  • How do we Draw a Frequency Polygon without using a Histogram?
  • Divisibility Rules (2; 4 and 8)
  • Divisibility Rules (5 and 10)
  • Divisibility Rules (3; 6 and 9)
  • Divisibility Rules (11)