## NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 13 Surface Areas And Volumes (Ex 13.5) Exercise 13.5

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1. How many questions are there in exercise 13.5 of Class 10th Maths Chapter 13?

Exercise 13.5 of NCERT Class 10 Maths Chapter 10 has a total of seven questions and even though it is an optional exercise, students are advised to attempt it and get their doubts clarified by their mentors or teachers. These questions are important and can be asked in your exams as well. The concepts covered in this exercise are in adherence to the contents of Chapter 13.

2. Is Exercise 13.5 (Chapter 13) of Class 10th Maths difficult?

The difficulty will depend on how well the student has grasped the fundamentals and has the ability to efficiently implement and apply those fundamentals in solving the problems and questions. These questions are very important and hence must not be skipped even though it is an optional exercise. Practice well and visit the page NCERT Solutions Class 10 Maths Chapter 13 Exercise 13.5 on the official website of Vedantu or download the Vedantu app for multiple modules regarding this exercise and also to other exercises of this chapter at free of cost.

3. What is Surface Area in Class 10?

As a 2-dimensional notion, Surface Area is measured in metres, centimetres, or millimetres (mm), while Volume is measured in metres, centimetres, and millimetres (mm). Circular, square, or triangle 2-D shapes can be measured in surface area, but they cannot be measured in volume. A surface area is the area or region of an object's surface.

4. What do you mean by Area and Volume?

There are two types of objects: two-dimensional areas and three three-dimensional objects, such as areas and volumes. When it comes to volume, it's a good number. In the same way, that area is the outward space, volume is the interior capacity of the body. The area is measured in square units, whereas volume is measured in cubic inches.

5. What does Curved Surface Area mean in Class 10?

Only the curved section of a 3D figure is included in the curved surface area calculation. It is generally accepted that lateral surface area and curved surface area have the same meaning in terms of their definitions. A cuboid's surface area is calculated using the lateral surface area whereas the cylindrical surface area is calculated by subtracting the top and bottom surfaces.