Maths formulas,Â for all the concepts covered under different classes (6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12), as per theÂ CBSE syllabusÂ are provided here by our expert teachers. To solve the mathematical problems easily, students should learn and remember the basic formulas based on certain fundamentals such as algebra, arithmetic, and geometry. Also, check withÂ Maths SyllabusÂ here for all classes.
List of Maths Formulas (for All Concepts)
The above given formulas are very helpful for students to solve problems based on them. All the formulas are also provided here with solved examples to help you understand the application of formulas.
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Basic Maths Formulas
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TheÂ Math Formula ChartÂ has all the basic math formulas, below:
Perimeter 


Circumference 


Area 


Surface Area 


Volume 


Pythagoras Theorem  a^{2}Â + b^{2}Â = c^{2}  
Distance Formula  d = âˆš[(x_{2}Â â€“ x_{1})^{2}Â +(y_{2}Â â€“ y_{1})^{2}]  
Slope of a line  m = y_{2Â }â€“ y_{1}Â / x_{2}Â â€“ x_{1}  
Mid Point Formula  M = [(x_{1}Â + x_{2Â })/ 2 , (y_{1}Â + y_{2}Â )/ 2]  
Algebraic Formula 


Trigonometric Formulas 


Additional guidelines based on all Math formulas are given on our site. Students can also get help from our tutors who are available 24/7.
Frequently Asked Questions â€“ FAQs
What are the basic Maths formulas?
(a + b)^{2}Â = a^{2Â }+ b^{2Â }+ 2ab
(a â€“ b)^{2}Â = a^{2Â }+ b^{2Â }â€“ 2ab
a^{2Â }â€“ b^{2}Â = (a + b) (a â€“ b)
What are the fundamental topics for formulas in Maths?
Area and perimeter of shapes
Surface areas and Volumes
Algebra
Powers and exponents
Fractions
Percentage, etc.
What are the important Maths formulas?
What are the area and perimeter formula?
What is a^{3Â }â€“ b^{3}Â formula?
a^{3Â }â€“ b^{3}Â = (a â€“ b) (a^{2Â }+ ab + b^{2}Â )