## Vedantu’s RD Sharma Solutions Class 10 Chapter 13 - Probability (Ex 13.2) Free PDF

## FAQs on RD Sharma Class 10 Solutions Chapter 13 - Probability

**1. Is Optional exercise compulsory to do for Chapter 13 of Class 10 Maths?**

Optional exercises are extremely important. Students should not consider them as optional at all. Further, they can inquire with their teachers as in the NCERT book it is mentioned that these exercises are not from an examination point of view though there have been instances where questions were asked from these optional exercises in boards exam. But here in Chapter 13 that is Probability, this exercise is very much important and there is no harm in doing these exercises at least once.

**2. Where can we get extra practice questions of the Chapter Probability?**

With easy internet access, things have changed for the better as well as for the worse. There is a lot of material online which you can refer to but it is not at all advisable to take up all kinds of questions from everywhere. Thus, students’ needs to choose the material wisely. As always suggested your first stop should be only and only NCERT whose solutions are available on Vedantu for free. Other than that you can choose questions from reference books like RD Sharma and RS Aggarwal.

**3. How can Vedantu help students?**

Vedantu is an online educational platform for students which is solely made for the purpose of helping students. Its twenty-four-seven available service is there for students. Vedantu offers tutoring classes, NCERT solutions, solutions of reference books like RD Sharma and RS Aggarwal, extra questions to solve, etc. With the change in pattern, it gets difficult to find questions with changes in books that are easily available online with Vedantu.

**4. How to learn Maths formulas in Class 10?**

Formulas play a vital part in your performance in Maths exams. It can get a tad bit difficult to remember the formulas. But there are ways to learn them. A student needs to recognise his or her way of grasping things, for example, few students might be efficient learners when they use visuals, others might learn more easily by writing them more often. Students can write formulas on a sheet and can attach them to their study table or on any other surface by using colourful pens and can visualise them daily. Using formulas constantly while practising solving questions is one of the best methods.