## A survey for Mathematics Teachers, Educators and Students up to Higher Secondary level in schools

Regional Science Centre & Planetarium Calicut is in the process of developing a Mobile Science Exhibition (MSE) on 'Mathematics'. An MSE is a bus where twenty exhibits are placed. The bus tours through schools and in each school it camps for a few days so that students of that school can view and learn from the exhibition. The total budget of developing this exhibition is 10 lakhs INR. This survey will help us to develop the exhibition better

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#### * 8. What percentage of students understand the concept of 'Ratio & Proportion' (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Understanding the concept of 'Ratio & Proportion' 100
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#### * 9. What percentage of students understand the conceptual difference between 'Congruent Figures' and 'Similar Figures' (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Understanding of 'Congruency' and 'Similarity' 100
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#### * 10. What percentage of students understand the conceptual difference between 'Perimeter' and 'Area' of a figure (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Understanding 'Perimeter' & 'Area' 100
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#### * 11. What percentage of students understand the concept of 'Exponents'and operation with 'Indices' (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Understanding 'Exponents' and 'Indices' 100
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#### * 12. What percentage of students fails to visualize Solid Shapes (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Visualizing Solid Shapes 100
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#### * 15. What percentage of students use 'Remainder Theorem' to solve a problem rather than direct division?

 0 Use of Remainder Theorem 100
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#### * 17. What percentage of students find it difficult to pick up Simultaneous Equations (with two or three variables) after studying linear equations?

 0 Difficult to pick up Simultaneous Equations 100
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#### * 19. What percentage of students understand the conceptual difference between 'Quadrilaterals' and 'Cyclic Quadrilaterals' (intuitive approximation)?

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#### * 21. While proving geometrical or other propositions, what percentage of students provide proper justification with the statements of proof (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Provide justification with statements of proof 100
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#### * 22. What percentage of students can solve problems involving Properties of Circles (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Solve problems on Properties of Circles 100
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#### * 28. What percentage of students understand the correlation between the definition of Trigonometric Ratios and the graphs of the corresponding Trigonometric Functions? (intuitive approximation)?

 0 Correlate between Trigonometric Ratios and Graphs 100
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