## RD Sharma Class 10 Maths Constructions Solutions - Free PDF Download

## FAQs on RD Sharma Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 11 - Constructions

**1. What are the tips and tricks to apply while studying Constructions?**

The tips and tricks can be devised by the students while studying the examples and solving exercises after the chapter. Some of the notes on certain constructions are as follows:

i) Parallel lines never intersect each other or meet at any point.

ii) Perpendicular bisector passes through the midpoint of the given segment.

iii) If a ray divides an angle into two equal angles, then it is an angle bisector.

For more such tips and tricks, download the study materials of Vedantu in PDF format for free.

**2. Should we follow any other text apart from R. D. Sharma’s class 10 Maths for Constructions?**

Apart from R. D. Sharma’s class 10 Maths book, the next best book in line would be the CBSE-recommended NCERTs. The NCERT is a well-rounded conceptualized book with proper analysis and clear-cut explanations of topics and is even used by students for competitive exams like UPSC to build a strong foundation on various subjects. For Constructions, these two books have exercises of various sets of questions that are moderate enough for students to prepare for the exams.

**3. How many questions on constructions are given in class 10 Maths Board exam paper?**

At least two to three moderate to difficult questions are always asked on the basis of Constructions. Since Geometry is an integral portion of Maths, several topics linked to this concept have been asked over the years and are said to be the next most scoring section of the paper. The students who pay attention in class and have a strong foundation in the concepts of Geometry need not worry too much since the questions might not seem difficult if practiced properly.

**4. How important are measurements in Constructions?**

Most of the questions asked on Constructions are all related to Geometry since it is a part of it. Students have to be very accurate with the measurements given in the questions because students while rushing to complete the paper on time, miss out on the decimals or further minute details in the question. Be it the drawing of tangents, parallel lines, circles or triangles, even the angles should be marked properly using a ruler and a compass and only regular practice ensures accuracy.