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CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has  introduced two levels of examination in Mathematics for the students who are going to appear in the Board examination for the academic session 2019 - 2020 onwards. One will be known as Mathematics - Standard for the existing level of examination, and the other one as Mathematics - Basic for the easier level of the exam.
The Standard level will be meant for students who wish to opt for Mathematics at Senior Secondary level and the Basic level would be for students not keen to pursue Mathematics at higher levels.
CBSE also changed the pattern of Question Paper from this year onwards.They have introduced objective type questions of 20 marks.

What are the Objective Type Questions in CBSE?
Objective type questions are those that require a specific answer. An objective question usually has only one correct answer and there is no option to give your own opinion. Whereas, subjective questions may have different answers and student can write their own opinion in the answer.
These questions include matching, true/false, and multiple-choice, fill-ups etc.  Such questions require no special thinking and analyzing skills. You need to find the correct answer.
List of Objective Type Questions
  • Multiple Choice Questions: It is the most common objective type question format. It includes one question with four options out of which only one is correct. So, students have to choose the correct option.
  • Multiple Response Questions: It is similar to MCQ type question but with more than one correct option. Students have to choose all correct options.
  • Fill in the Blanks: In this format, students are given some sentences with one or more blanks and students have to fill the blanks with most suitable words.
  • True and False: In this format, some statements are given and students have to mark if the statement is right or wrong.
  • Matching Questions: In this format, two columns are given with some facts. Students have to match the facts given in the first column to that of the second column. For example, the first column may have date of births and the second column have the name of leaders. Now, students will have to match the date of birth with the name of the leader correctly.
  • Assertion and Reason: Assertion is a statement sentence and reason is an explanation of the statement. Now students have to read both the sentences and find if both are correct and the reason is good enough to explain the assertion statement.

Weightage of Objectve Type Questions
According to new pattern of CBSE Exams, weightage of objective type questions in Question Paper is 20 marks which is 25% of total marks . As objective type questions has large weightage so, students should work hard on that and practice a lot with our collection of 10th class maths objective questions pdf.
 BHARDWAJ CLASSES has prepared a large collection of 1000 + completely solved  Objective Type Questions for CBSE Class 10 Maths Examination 2020. This collection of CBSE Class 10 Maths Multiple choice questionswith answers for class 10 PDF is arranged Chapterwise and in the form of book  which students can get in PDF form. 

MCQ Questions for Class 10 Maths Real Numbers

1. Which of the following is an irrational noumbers?
a) 22 7 b)3.1416c)3. 1416 ¯ d)3.141141114......
2. Which of the following rational number is expressible as a terminating decimal?
a) 124 165 b) 131 30 c) 2027 625 d) 1625 462
3. The largest number which divides 70 and 125, leaving remainders 5 and 8 respectively is,
4. If a= 2 3 × 3 2 × 5 4 andb= 2 3 × 3 2 ×5 . then
5. Euclid’s division lemma states that for any positive integers ‘a’ and ‘b’ there exist unique integers ‘q’ and ‘r’ such that a)1<r<bb)0<rbc)0r<bd)0<r<b
6. The decimal expansion of the number 14753 1250 will terminate after
  a)one decimal placeb)two decimalplacec)three decimal placed)foue decimal place
7. If 32 3 = 2 x when x is equal to
8. HCF p,q,r .LCM p,q,r = 
a) pq r b) qr p c)p.q.rd)None of these
9.What is the least possible number which when divided by 24, 32 or 42 in each case it leaves the remainder
a)557b)677c)777d)None of these
10. LCM of three numbers 28, 44, 132 is
11. REAL NUMBERS If ‘a ’ is a positive integer and P be a prime number and P divides a 2 , then
a)a divides Pb)P divide ac) P 2  divides ad)None of these
12. 1 3 is -
a)a rational numberb)an irrational numberc)a whole numberd)None of these
13. What is the least number that is divisible by all the natural numbers from 1 to 10 (Both Inclusive) a)100b)1260c)2520d)5040
14. 0. 68 ¯ +0. 73 ¯ =?
a)1. 41 ¯ b)1. 42 ¯ c)0. 141 ¯ d)None of these
15.On dividing a positive integer ‘n’ by 9, We get 7 as remainder what will be the remainder if ( 3m – 1 ) is divided by 9.
16. The least number which is perfect square and is divisible by each of 16, 20 and 24 is
17. When 2 256 is divided by 17 the remainder would be
a)1b)16c)14d)None of these
18. If P= 2 4 6 .......... 20 andQ= 1 3 5 ...... 19 then the HCF of P and Q is
a) 3 3 5 7 b) 3 4 5 c) 3 4 5 2 7 d) 3 3 5 2
19. The number 3 13 3 10 is divisible by
20. For any natural number ‘n’, 9 n cannot end with the digit 
a)1b)2c)9d)None of these

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