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# RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 13 - Constructions (Ex 13A) Exercise 13.1

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## RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 13 - Constructions

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## Overview of Class 10 Chapter 13 - Constructions Exercise 13.1

RS Agarwal is a standard book recommended by experts and toppers. Questions in this exercise are based on previous year’s question papers, model questions that are sometimes directly asked in exams. Experts at Vedantu have solved this exercise with utmost care and after referring to credible resources. Solutions provided are in the best shortest format to help students understand easily. Students are recommended not to leave any of the problems to know the complexity of the subject completely. They can download the PDF for free and practice the questions. They can also buy it online. Vedantu also provides material for many such competitive and general board exams.

Following are the topics and subtopics discussed in this RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 13 - Constructions (Ex 13A) Exercise 13.1 :

Construction of shapes such as:

• Equilateral triangle

• Angle bisector

• Hexagon

• Pentagon

• Different types of angles and perpendicular lines.

Students are recommended to practice the construction of these geometric shapes well to score well in exams. This exercise has around 8 questions testing the construction skills of students about the above-mentioned geometrical shapes. Students should try to answer these themselves before reading the solutions directly. This will help them in improving their creative thinking abilities.

## FAQs on RS Aggarwal Solutions Class 10 Chapter 13 - Constructions (Ex 13A) Exercise 13.1

1. Does Vedantu provide solutions to all the questions of Exercise 13A of the Class 10 RS Aggarwal Book?

Yes, Vedantu provides perfect solutions to all the questions of Exercise 13A Class 10 RS Aggarwal Book. The experts at Vedantu ensure that not even a single question is left behind. Special care is taken to provide the most ideal solutions for Class 10 students. When students practice each question from all the exercises of the Class 10 RS Agarwal, they not only master questions of varying levels of difficulty but also get to revise all the topics taught in the NCERT textbook. The students are therefore advised to keep Vedantu’s Solutions at hand to refer to while practicing from the RS Aggarwal book.

2. How do you construct a hexagon as mentioned in the RS Aggarwal Class 10 Math book?

Hexagon is a geometrical figure with six sides. To draw a simple hexagon with the help of a compass, students should follow the given steps:

• Draw a circle with a given radius for example. 5 cms

• From the top of the circle make an arc without changing the angle or length

• Draw six such arcs with the help of the compass.

• Name these points ABCDEF.

• Join the lines AB, BC, CD, DE, EF, and FA to form the required hexagon.

• Students have to practice drawing different geometric figures thoroughly to obtain better marks  in the board exam

3. How will solving RS Agarwal solutions help me increase my marks in board exams?

R S Agarwal is a standard book recommended by experts and toppers. Questions in this exercise are based on previous year’s question papers, model questions that are sometimes directly asked in exams.  Solutions provided are in the best shortest format to help students understand easily. Students are recommended not to leave any of the problems to know the complexity of the subject completely.  Students should try to answer these themselves before reading the solutions directly. This will help them in improving their creative thinking abilities. This book is also in perfect sync with the CBSE exam patterns and curriculum, highlighting all the important topics.

4. How to draw perpendicular lines as mentioned in RS Agarwal’s Class 10 Math book?

Perpendicular lines are two lines that meet each other at a point, let's say O. At this point, these two lines make an angle of 90 degrees. To draw perpendicular lines, follow these steps:

• Measure the compass with a length that is half the line segment

• Draw two arcs intersecting at the opposite sides of the line segment with the compass

• With the same measure on the compass, draw two arcs with intersecting points as center

• Mark the point at which two arcs intersect.

• Draw a line through these points on the arc

There are two types of perpendicular lines, one is drawing the line through a particular point of intersection whereas the other is drawing a perpendicular line but it does not intersect the line.

5. What is an angle and what are the different types of it?

Geometry is the subject that deals with shapes and measurements. An angle is a common point where two different lines meet and the measurement between these two lines is called an angle. It is of the following types

• An acute angle that measures less than 90 degrees

• A right-angle which measures exactly to 90 degrees

• Obtuse angle measuring greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees

• Straight angle measuring exactly 180 degrees

• Reflex angle measuring between 180 and 360 degrees

• Full angle measuring complete 360 degrees