## CBSE Class 8 Maths Important Questions for Linear Equations in One Variable - Free PDF Download

## FAQs on Important Questions for CBSE Class 8 Maths Chapter 2 - Linear Equations in One Variable

Q1. What are the important topics covered in Chapter 2 of Class 8 Maths?

**Ans:** The important topics covered in Chapter 2-Linear Equations in One Variable given in Class 8 Maths book are-

Introduction to Linear Equations in One Variable

Solving equations that have numbers on one side and linear expressions on the other side.

Practical Applications of Linear Equations in One Variable

Solving equations related to variables on both the sides

Some more applications of linear equations in one variable

Reducing equations into simpler equations

Reducing equations into a linear form

Q2. How many exercises are there in Chapter 2 of Class 8 Maths?

**Ans:** There are six exercises in Chapter 2 Linear Equations in One Variable of Class 8 Maths. Here are different exercises along with their number of questions.

Exercise 2.1 has 12 questions.

Exercise 2.2 has 16 questions

Exercise 2.3 has 10 questions

Exercise 2.4 has 10 questions

Exercise 2.5 has 10 questions

Exercise 2.6 has 7 questions

Q3. How to get good marks in Chapter 2 Class 8 Maths?

**Ans: **If you want to do well in Chapter 2 Linear Equations in One Variable, you must first be present during your school's courses. You must pay attention to and attentively listen to your Mathematics teacher. After you go home, look through the chapter's main points again. To confirm your knowledge, you should also practise the NCERT questions as well as the extra questions. This will allow you to remember concepts for a longer period of time.

Q4. What do you understand about Linear Equations in One Variable?

**Ans:** The linear equations in one variable are expressed in the form of a straight-line equation. It is expressed as mx+n=0. Here m and n are two different integers and x is a variable and contains only a single solution. For example, 3x+2=11 is a type of linear equation that has a single variable only. Hence, the equation has a single solution only. The solution is x=3.

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Q5. Write the properties of linear equations in one variable.

**Ans:** There are four properties of linear equations in one variable.

Reflexive property

Symmetric property

Transitive property

Additive property