## NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 2 Polynomials

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 2: Polynomials - Exercise 2.2

## FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 2: Polynomials - Exercise 2.2

**1. State the condition in which the graph of quadratic polynomial p(x) = ax ^{2} + bx + c is an upward parabola or downward parabola.**

For a > 0, the parabola is upward and for a < 0, the parabola is downward.

**2. Where will I get the best reference for NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Chapter 2 -- Polynomial Exercise 2.2?**

You will get the best reference for NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Chapter 2 - Polynomial Exercise 2.2 on the official website of Vedantu, the leading education portal in India. The solutions and the reference notes for NCERT Solutions Chapter 2 - Polynomials are created by the in-house subject experts stepwise as per the latest guidelines of NCERT (CBSE). These notes and solutions will give you a better understanding of the topic and will help you with revision for your exams.

**3. Can I download the NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Chapter 2 -- Polynomials Exercise 2.2 from the Vedantu app?**

You can definitely download the free pdf of NCERT for Class 10 Chapter 2 -- Polynomials Exercise 2.2 from the Vedantu app. You can also register for Maths online tuitions on www. Vedantu.com.

**4. What are the main topics in Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths to learn?**

Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths textbook focuses on polynomials and their types. Values, degrees, and how to plot them on the graph are also covered. Polynomial equations are also solved and answers are explained. The solutions PDF has answers to all the NCERT questions and also extra questions from practice developed by experts. The notes and answers in the solutions PDF will help you understand the concepts better and easily.

**5. How many questions are there in Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths?**

Exercise 2.2 from the Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths book has a few questions. The answers to all these questions and more for practice can be found in the solution PDF by Vedantu. Before the exercise, the examples are also explained in depth in the PDF. This helps the students understand the concept better. The PDF explains the concepts required to answer each question. All the questions and answers are developed by experts.

**6. How many examples are there in the NCERT textbook before Exercise 2.2 in Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths?**

There are five examples before Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths in the NCERT textbook. These examples discuss the relationship between coefficients and zeros. This is the topic on which Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 is based. All examples are explained step by step and give an overview of Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 through this. The NCERT Solutions PDF also has extra questions in addition to the exercise questions to help students understand the concept.

**7. What is the sum and the product of the zeros of the polynomial, according to Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths?**

The zeroes of a polynomial are the values of the equation. They are the factors of p(x). In the concept covered before Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths, we understand that the sum of the zeros of an equation is equal to -(coefficient of x) divided by the coefficient of x square. The product of the zero is the constant term divided by the coefficient of x square. The concept is explained with the help of examples in the textbook before the Exercise and the NCERT Solution PDF.

**8. How can I practice more questions like in Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths NCERT textbook?**

Students can refer to the NCERT Solutions PDF for Exercise 2.2 of Chapter 2 of Class 10 Maths free of cost on the Vedantu website and the Vedantu app, for NCERT Solutions and extra questions. The solutions PDF provides solutions for all the questions asked in the exercise. It has enough questions for the students to practice. The PDF also explains concepts in an easy-to-understand language by experts for the students to grasp them better. For extra practice, students should refer to the pdf and practice as many questions as possible.