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** About Aryabhatta Inter School Mathematics Competition**

Aryabhatta, as we all know is one of the India’s greatest Mathematician- astronomers. He is the man behind the invention of the digit Zero (0). Along with that, he is also the author of some of the greatest books of Mathematics and astronomy. His most appreciated work is Aryabhatiya, which is an abstract of Mathematics and Astronomy which is broadly attributed in the Indian Mathematical literature and even referred to in the modern times. Arithmetic, algebra, spherical trigonometry and plane trigonometry are some of the most important topics which are covered in the Mathematical part of Aryabhatiya. Along with that, it also covers quadratic equations, table of sines, continued fractions and power series. **Aryabhatta Inter-school Mathematics competition** is an initiative of Summer Fields School, Kailash colony, New Delhi. Aryabhatta Inter-school mathematics competition began in 1982 with the motive of analysing and improving the minds of India’s young Mathematicians. Over the years, the competition has gained tremendous popularity in which students from some of the India’s most prestigious schools participate ardently. Due to enormous response, the Inter-school competition has become one of the most important exams in Mathematics. The intention behind Aryabhatta inter school Mathematics competition is to breed conclusive approach and sharpen Mathematical intelligence of our next generation.

** Aryabhatta Inter School Mathematics Competition Syllabus and Marking Scheme **

Time duration: 2 hours

Maximum marks: 100

Total questions: class 5th- 45 questions, class 8th- 60 questions

**Schedule for 2018-2019 examination**

The exam will be held on 2^{nd} February, 2019. at 10:30 a.m

**Benefits**

- Specifically for students who want to excel in Mathematics
- Breed’s conclusive approach and sharpen Mathematical intelligence of our next generation

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Check Class-wise **Syllabus** here:

Section 1: Four Fundamental Operations of Mathematics, Roman Numbers, L.C.M & G.C.D (H.C.F), Decimals & Fractions, Metric System, Percentage, Time Conversions Lines and Angles, Average Speed, Distance, Time.

Section 2: Polygons, Circle, Triangles, Area of Squares & Rectangles, Volume of Cubes & Cuboids, Perimeter of Linear Figures.

UNIT: 1 Percentage, Profit & loss, S.I, C.I, Ratio & Proportion, Time & Work, Unitary method, Direct & inverse variation.

UNIT: 2

Area & Perimeter of all three sided & four sided plain figures & Circle; area & volume of Cube, Cuboid, Right Circular Cylinder, Right Circular Cone & Sphere, Hemisphere, Combination & Conversion of solids.

UNIT: 3

Number system: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division of numbers, fractions, Rational Numbers, Irrational Numbers, Square and Square Root, Cube and Cube Root.

UNIT: 4

Algebra: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division of algebraic expressions (including quotient from) Simplification of brackets. Solution of linear equation in one variable & pair of simultaneous linear equation in two variables & problems based on it.

Factorization: Factorization of algebraic expression using special products and factorization of quadratic polynomials, Cubic Polynomials.

UNIT: 5

Geometry: Congruency and Similarity of Triangles, Pair of angles, Parallel lines, Triangles, Quadrilateral, Types of Quadrilaterals and related properties, Circles.

UNIT: 6

Statistics: Frequency distribution and cumulative frequency distribution table, range and class marks; mean, median and mode of ungrouped data.

Format of Question paper:

Logical Reasoning (MCQs) – 10 Questions of 1 mark each.

Multiple Choice Questions – 20 Questions of 1 mark each.

Free Response Questions (Type I) – 20 Questions of 2 mark each.

Free Response Questions (Type II) – 10 Questions of 3 mark each.

No working / descriptive answers of any question is to be given. Only the answers are to be written in the space provided.

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