CTET Mathematics include two important sections, CONTENT & PEDAGOGY and 50% questions are based on Pedagogy. The purpose of this eBook is to provide you quick revision notes on Mathematics Pedagogy. We have also provided questions from previous year’s exams to help you understand type of questions being asked on this topic. Read More

# Tag: maths

## Maths: Mensuration

Mensuration is the branch of mathematics which deals with the study of different geometrical shapes,their areas and Volume. Here we are providing you Some important formulas which is used in mensuration which are useful in CTET, , State TET, TRT and other exams. Read More

## Teaching Exam – Maths – Ratio and Proportion

The concept of ratio and proportion is one of the most essential concepts in maths.

A **ratio** is a relationship between two numbers that defines the quantity of the first in comparison to the second. Ratios can be written in the fractional form. For example: 3:7 or 3/7.

When quantities are **proportional**, their ratios are equal. Read More

## Maths: Profit and Loss questions

In this article, we simply cover the different types of Profit and Loss problems that are based on the concepts of Profit and Loss. Read More

## Maths – Parallel lines and properties relating to parallel lines

## Properties of Parallel Lines –

- The basic characteristic of Parallel Lines is they never meet at any point
- The distance between two Parallel Lines would always be same at every point
- Any third line will cut Parallel Lines at same angles
- Any straight line cutting Parallel Lines is called Transversal
- Two Transversals cutting Parallel lines at same angle would also be Parallel in themselves
- Any line Parallel to one Parallel Line would be Parallel to all Parallel Lines

## CTET and State TET Maths – Practice “What should be subtracted from?” questions

In this lesson, we are going to practice few “What should be subtracted from?” questions.

Almost every CTET question paper has questions like this. Read More

## CTET and State TET Maths – LCM and HCF Concepts

LCM stands for **Lowest Common Multiple**, and HCF stands for **Highest Common Factor**.

The key to telling the difference between these two things is knowing the difference between a **multiple** and a **factor**.

A **multiple** of an integer (whole number) is any integer that appears in its **times table**. For example, the **multiples** of 3 are 3, 6, 9, 12, and so on.

A **factor** of an integer is any integer that **divides** the integer with **no remainder**. For example, the **factors** of 36 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, and 36.

We use LCM and HCF to **compare** two (or more) integers. Read More

## CTET and State TET Maths – Place value and face value

**Lesson 1:** Distinguish between place value and face value of a number

In this lesson, we are going to learn face value and place value of a particular digit in the given number.

**Place value:**

Place value of a digit in a number is the digit multiplied by thousand or hundred or whatever place it is situated.

**Face value:**

Face value of a digit in a number is the digit itself. Face value of a digit always remains same irrespective of the position where it is located. Read More