## Easy Tricks To Remember theorems in Standard 10

### Remembering the theorem in standard 10 and taking the whole 4 mark, see the following four theorems

Students face numerous problems when it involves remembering a theorem.

Why?

Because it's a sophisticated statement, and even students don't even attempt to memorize the statement.

You have to memorize the statement if you would like to be stand out from the gang .

You might be thinking i'm getting to mislead you, well, i'm not because I got 75/75 marks in 9th Class whereas 74/75 marks in 10th class in Mathematics. Here i'm getting to share three tips.

I will tell you everything that played a task to urge such excellent marks in theorems also as everywhere the Mathematics subject.

**Tip 1: Understand the elemental of the theory**

Many students don't understand the idea of the theory statement, and direct jump to remembering that makes enormous problems, during this way, students forget sooner or later.

This rule applies everywhere if you do not know the essential , you're more likely to face problems in understanding the essential concepts.

**Let's come to the purpose .**

The first line of the foremost theorem statement before the commas (,) is that the line of the GIVEN and therefore the second sentence after the comma (,) is that the sentence of TO PROVE.

If the theory doesn't have a comma, use the word THEN will act as a comma.

Sometimes it's going to be the other way around which suggests the PROOF are often written before then GIVEN is written after.

I know you will not understand without an example. Look at the below image.

The first sentence before the comma is GIVEN whereas the after the word THEN is that the TO PROVE.

Pretty simple, right?

I am saying you again to memorize the statement otherwise many related theorems could also be terrified you.

Here's another trick for you, guys!

S.A.S. stands for Side, Angle and Side. It means 2 sides and one angle are proved.

What has it to try to to with the memorizing easily?

It has to try to to because many theorems seem an equivalent because many statements have an equivalent words, but they need different orders with different GIVEN and TO PROVE.

This thing will assist you to spot which theorem it's .

If you recognize which theorem it's , then you're more likely to draw its geometrical diagram, GIVEN, and TO PROVE. Which hold the half the marks.

**Pretty great, right?**

**Tip 2: Revise half-hour each day to stay Your Neurons Connected**

Who doesn’t know our brain is within the constant state of forgetting which is sweet for us.

Good for us?

Yes, otherwise, we'll be occupied with unlimited thoughts and anxiety which will make our life more miserable.

It’s important to inform our brain which thing is more important and which isn't .

Because we generally have two sorts of memory:

STM

LTM

Short Terms Memory lasts from a couple of seconds to jiffy . it's what we hear and see whenever we talk. It doesn’t remain in our brain until we concentrate thereto firmly.

The other type is that the LTM that stays on our mind for a more extended period of your time , and it only happens if we keep revising the items . you'll know your telephone number because you've got revised it repeatedly .

So, if you would like a theorem stays longers in your mind, you would like to line half-hour to revise each day .

When I was in 10th Class, my bus wont to come after 20 minutes when the varsity closed. So, I wont to revise the theory during this point .

Even it seems strange because all other students are dalliance on gossip, and you spend quality time together with your other friend: the book. ðŸ˜‰

**Tip 3: Memorize by Writing On a Rough Copy To Activate Your More Senses**

Have you observed the more senses you involve in something, the more memorable it becomes

Okay! you would like an example.

A written story doesn’t remain in your mind, but a movie that has different sounds, visual scenes, and a few feelings, you remember everything. Right?

The same goes for theorems. If you write what you’ve memorized, you’re more likely to stay on your mind. Because your hands write and feel. Your eyes see.

Do you know? you'll make it more memorable if you attach some memories and feelings with the theorem?

How is it possible?

It is possible when some imaginary characters are used.

For example, when one theorem says the Angle A is congruent to Angle B, you'll imagine that there are two dinosaurs which are equal in size.

You can attach seems like dinosaur A and dinosaur B have the sound almost like your best friends. an equivalent goes for other angles and sides of a triangle.

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