ICSE Mathematics: E-book!


Addition, division, subtraction and multiplica...

Addition, division, subtraction and multiplication symbols (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A noted follower had requested a PDF file of questions/answers. Well, this is even better! The following link is of an e-book of Mathematics by Mr. M. P. Keshari.

PART 1 (Chp 1 to Chp 11)

PART 2 (Chp 12 to Chp 23)

PART 3 (Chp 24 to Chp 29)

It is thorough and even has examples of solved questions. Very useful! Do check it out! 🙂

Also see:

Math: Trigonometric Identities and Tips to Remember

Math: Algebraic Identities

Mathematics: Important Formulae and Points to Note

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8 thoughts on “ICSE Mathematics: E-book!

  1. Ayush Thumbarathy says:

    Hey, your posts are lifesavers. I’ve just started my classes to prepare for ICSE 2019…so keep more of them coming! 😀😀😄The syllabus for maths has included arithmetic and geometric progression and compound interest has been avoided. Small changes has besn made in other subs as well…Keep updating the content @
    ICSE helper…And thanks a million!!

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Ayush,

      Thank you very much for the kind and uplifting feedback. We will take your suggestions into account and update the blog post April-May with new notes while keeping in mind the new syllabus. Do let us know if you have any specific requests. We cannot promise anything but will do our best to help. Keep visiting, and all the best for a wonderful and fulfilling year ahead!

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  2. Suji Haward says:

    When we write answers for definition (Physics, chemistry, Biology) do we need to give examples, equations?

    In History, Do we need to write the ‘short answer & long answers’ in points?

    Thank you so much, for all the notes and tips given in this page. It has helped me a lot 🙂

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    • ICSE Helper says:

      Hi Suji,

      Thanks for stopping by!

      In reply to your question, it helps to give examples. As for equations, I don’t think there’s a need to mention them while giving definitions.
      Yes, in History, it’s best if you write the answers in points. However, guage the way in which the question is asked and then apply your own discretion to decide whether to write 2-3 paragraphs or points. Again, though, writing in points is primarily the way in which we were taught to write our answers.

      Thank you for the kind words and genuine feedback. We appreciate it and are glad to have been of help.

      Do keep visiting! 🙂

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