Mathematics Volume-1: Intermediate

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Mathematics Volume-1: Intermediate
English | December 21, 2019 | ISBN: 1678861359 | 291 pages | Rar (PDF, AZW3) | 29 Mb


This book is intended for the Intermediate i.e. 11th and 12th classes students. The fundamental concepts and principles behind Mathematics are explained in a simple, easy- to- understand manner. Each chapter contains a large number of solved example or problem which will help the students in problem solving. This text book is organized into Six chapters. Chapter -1: Sets, Relations and FunctionsChapter- 2: Basic AlgebraChapter -3: TrigonometryChapter-4: Combinatorics and Mathematical InductionChapter-5: Binomial Theorem, Sequences and SeriesChapter-6: Two Dimensional Analytical GeometryThis book has been written with the firm conviction that a good book is one that can be read by student with minimum of guidance from his instructor. Clarity no less utility has been the author’s constant goal which is a result of his long and varied experience as a teacher and Examiner. To achieve this, more than the usual number of solved examples together with carefully designed diagrams and properly graded problems have been given. Many of examples and problems have been selected from recent papers of various examinations board like CBSE and ICSE board examinations so as to make the reader familiar with the type of questions usually set therein. As far as possible, It has been plan to make each chapter an independent unit so that the various topics could be studied in any order. This book has, therefore, has been written with the sole aim of providing a suitable text book covering all topics common to various 11th and 12th classes courses in India and abroad, beyond the stage of usual courses in Calculus and Co-ordinate Geometry. Salient Features
•Comprehensive Coverage of Sets, Relations & Functions, Basic Algebra, Trigonometry, Combinatorics & Mathematical Induction, Binomial Theorem, Sequences & Series and Two Dimensional Analytical Geometry.
•Each chapter contains a large number of solved example or objective type’s problem which will help the students in problem solving of Mathematics.

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