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# 10th Matric Class Math Guess Paper 2022 Lahore Board

## Matric Math Guess Lahore Board

### 100% Math Guess for Matric Students

Exercise # 1.1

• Question # 2,3

Exercise # 1.2

• Question # 1

Exercise # 1.3

• Question # 1 to 4,15,16

Exercise # 1.4

• Question # 1 to 6

Exercise # 2.1

• Question # 1,2,8,10

Exercise #2.2

• Question # 3,4,5

Exercise # 2.3

• Question # 5,6

Exercise # 2.7

• Question # 1 to 5

Exercise# 2.8

• Question # 1 to 4

Exercise # 3.2

• Question # 8 to 13

Exercise# 3.3

• Question â all

Exercise # 3.4

• Question # 2

Exercise # 3.6

• Question # 1

Exercise # 4.1

• Question # 1 to 5

Exercise # 4.3

• Question # 1 to 3

Exercise # 4.4

• Question # 1 to 5

Exercise # 5.2

• Question # 3,4

Exercise # 5.3

• Question # 1,4

Exercise # 5.4

• Question # 1

Exercise # 5.5

• Question # 1,2,3

Exercise # 6.2

• Question # 6,7,8

Exercise # 6.3

• Question # 4,5,6

Exercise # 7.3

• Question # 7 to 11

Exercise # 7.4

• Question # All

Exercise # 7.5

• Question # 1,2,5,8

Exercise # 13.2

• Question # 7,8,9 â

Exercise # 13.3

• Question 3,4,5,9,10 â

Theorms of chapter # 9 or chapter # 12

Long Question of Math

Chapter # 1

Exercise # 1.1

• Question # 3(1,4,5,7)

Exercise # 1.2

• Question # 3,5,6

Exercise # 1.3

• Question # 3,4,5

Exercise # 1.4

• Question # 1,2,3,4,10,11(exercise eamples 1,2 of each exercise)

Chapter # 2

Exercise # 2.1

• Question # 3,5,8,9

Exercise # 2.2

• Question # 3,5(exercise example 1,2)

Exercise # 2.3

• Question # 2,5,6(exercise example3,4)
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Exercise # 2.6

• Question # 2,3

Exercise # 2.7

• Question # 2,3,5,11,12(exercise example 1,4)

Exercise # 2.8

• Question # 1,2,5,9

Chapter # 3

Exercise # 3.1

• Question # 7,9

Exercise # 3.4

• Question # 1(1,2,5)
• Question # 2 (1,2,5,6,8,9)

Exercise # 3.5

• Question # 1,4,6

Exercise# 3.6

• Question # 1(1,2,5,6)
• Question # 2(1,2) (exercise example 2.4)

Chapter # 4

Exercise # 4.1

• Question # 7,

Exercise # 4.2

• Question # 1,2,3,7,8

Exercise # 4.3

• Question # 1,2,7,8

Exercise # 4.4

• Question # 1,2,5(exercise examples of ch 4 only 1st from each exercise)

Chapter # 5

Exercise # 5.2

• Question # 3

Exercise # 5.3

• Question # 1,3

Exercise # 5.4

• Question # 1,2

Exercise # 5.5

• Question # 1,4,5

Chapter # 6

Exercise # 6.1

• Question # 5

Exercise # 6.2

• Question # 5,6,8,13(exercise example 1,2,3,4)

Exercise # 6.3

• Question # 6,7

Chapter # 7

Exercise # 7.2

• Queston # 4,5,9,10

Exercise # 7.3

• Question # 7,9

Exercise # 7.4

• Question # 11,19,20,18,21,23,8

Exercise # 7.5

• Question # 1,2,3,4,5,6

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Command words and their definitions

Describe: What you see says – not necessarily for reasons
Explain: Identify the reasons
Scheme: Give a brief summary
Analyze: Go into details
Comparison: What are the similarities and differences?
On the contrary: What are the differences?
Calculate: Use the numbers given to determine the value of an item
Appreciate: Give meaning to something
Rate: Consider both sides
Justification: Provide evidence to explain something
How much: Assess the importance or success of something – whether it worked or not
Discuss: Present a case with evidence or reasons
Rate: Giving weight / informed decision
Discussion: Give different perspectives

When checking the correctness of the reflection of cash in the balance sheet, one should not be limited only to comparing their balances in the General Ledger with balance sheet data.

It is necessary to conduct at least a selective check of the correctness of conducting operations on the current account (at least 3–4 months in advance) with the involvement of all necessary accounting registers and primary documents. This will also make it possible to draw certain conclusions about the correctness of accounting in the enterprise and determine the range of those operations (and accounts) that should be checked with special attention.