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Mathematics

  1. 1. MATHEMATICSMD BILAL SHAKIR2nd year UG student, IIT KharagpurASHNIL KUMAR1st year UG student, IIT Kharagpur
  2. 2. What is Maths?• A game of numbers.• It is also a tool used in day to day life.• Needed in Physics and Chemistry also.• Helps in getting a good rank.
  3. 3. HOW TO ENJOY MATHEMATICS• Focus on Basics.• Try to understand the formulae.• Predict It’s Application.• Write the concepts on the paper, before attempting the question.
  4. 4. 1. ALGEBRA2. CO – ORDINATE GEOMETRY3. CALCULUS4. TRIGONOMETRY5. VECTORS & 3D - GEOMETRY
  5. 5. ALGEBRA1.LOGARITHM2.QUADRATIC EQUATION3.SEQUENCE & SERIES4.COMPLEX NUMBER5.PERMUUTATION & COMBINATION6.PROBABILITY7.MATRICES & DETERMINANT
  6. 6. ALGEBRALogarithm is not directly asked but is used in other chapters.Real algebra starts from Quadratic Equation.Try to solve Quadratic Equations by graphs.Complex Numbers are most important topics of all.
  7. 7. ALGEBRAIt is closely related with co – ordinate geometry and hence should be studied very well.P&C and Probability should be studied one after other.In matrices emphasis should be on understanding the definitions.
  8. 8. TRIGONOMETRY1.COMPOUND ANGLES2.TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS3.SOLUTION OF TRIANGLES4.INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS
  9. 9. TRIGONOMETRYFirst two chapters should be understood and practiced properly, as it is used widely in other chapters of mathematics.Learn each & every formula by heart. To learn check the pattern don’t cram them blindly.Inverse is a very conceptual topic. Try to use graphs as much as possible.Study this chapter after Functions as it will help in better understanding of the topic.
  10. 10. CO – ORDINATE GEOMETRY1. STRAIGHT LINE2. CIRCLE3. PARABOLA4. ELLIPSE5. HYPERBOLA
  11. 11. CO – ORDINATE GEOMETRYTopics are interlinked.20 – 30% questions are asked from it.Try to visualize the problems.‘Read & Draw’ strategy should be adopted.Some formulae should be learnt.
  12. 12. CALCULUS1.FUNCTIONS2.LIMIT, CONTINUITY & DIFFERENTIABILITY3.DERIVATIVES4.INDEFINITE INTEGRAL5.DEFINITE INTEGRAL6.DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
  13. 13. CALCULUSHas maximum weightage in JEE.Functions is the cell of calculus.Conceptual questions are asked from function, limit, continuity.Try to use graphs.Integral uses some important formula.Requires lot of practice.
  14. 14. CALCULUSDerivatives has application in other areas of maths.Area under curves requires the use of co – ordinate.Differential Equation is easy and can be done by little bit of practice.
  15. 15. VECTORS & 3D GEOMETRY• Both are related.• Very Scoring Chapters.• Some formulae could be learned.• Visualization of problems is of utmost importance.• Read the problems carefully.
  16. 16. BOOKS1. S.L.LONEY (Trigo & Co-Ordinate)2. I.A.MARON (Integral)3. K.C.Sinha (Basic Concepts & Boards)4. Hall & Knight (Algebra)5. Arihant Books
  17. 17. CONTACTSPHONE NO : 07501541135EMAIL – ID : bilalshak@gmail.comFacebook.com/bilalshakir1PHONE NO : 08927482599EMAIL – ID : ashnil.anu@gmail.comFacebook.com : Ashnil Kumar THANK YOU

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