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## Grade 11th & 12th Math Topics, Problems, Worksheets, Textbook Solutions

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### Algebra

In 11 and 12 Grade Math these are the topics that are covered in Algebra.

- Variation
- Arithmetic Progression
- Geometric Progression
- Surds
- Laws of Indices
- Logarithms
- Complex Numbers
- Theory of Quadratic Equations
- Permutations
- Combinations
- Binomial Theorem for Positive Integral Index
- Infinite Series

### Trigonometry

In 11 and 12-grade math, these are the topics that are covered in **Trigonometry**.

- The Negative and Associated angles
- Trigonometrical Ratios of Compound Angles
- Trigonometrical Ratios
- General Solutions of Trigonometrical Equations
- Multiple and Sub-multiple Angles
- Graphs of Trigonometrical Functions
- Properties of Triangles

### Plane Analytical Geometry, Mensuration & Solid Geometry

In 11 and 12-grade math, these are the topics that are covered in Plane Analytical Geometry, Mensuration & Solid Geometry.

- Rectangular Cartesian Co-ordinates
- Polar Co-ordinates
- Transformation
- Distance between Two Points
- Division of a Line Segment
- Area of the Triangle Formed by Three co-ordinate Points
- Medians of a Triangle are Concurrent
- Apollonius’ Theorem
- Locus
- Locus of a Moving Point
- Equation of a Straight Line
- Angle between Two Lines
- Distance of a Point from a Given Line
- Equations of Circles
- Conic Section
- Parabola
- Ellipse and Hyperbola
- Diameters of Conic
- Solid Geometry

### Theorems

- Theorems on Solid Geometry
- Theorems on Straight Lines and Plane
- Theorem on Co-planar
- Theorem on Parallel Lines and Plane
- Theorem of Three Perpendiculars

### Mensuration

- Formulas for 3D Shapes
- Prism
- Pyramid

### Formula

- Basic Math Formulas
- Math Formula Sheet on Co-Ordinate Geometry
- All Math Formula on Mensuration
- Simple Math Formula on Trigonometry

### Mathematical Induction

- Mathematical Induction
- Problems on Principle of Mathematical Induction
- Proof by Mathematical Induction
- Induction Proof

### Variation

- What is Variation?
- Direct Variation
- Inverse or Indirect Variation
- Joint Variation
- Theorem of Joint Variation
- Worked out Examples on Variation
- Problems on Variation

### Surds

- Definitions of Surds
- Order of a Surd
- Equiradical Surds
- Pure and Mixed Surds
- Simple and Compound Surds
- Similar and Dissimilar Surds
- Comparison of Surds
- Addition and Subtraction of Surds
- Multiplication of Surds
- Division of Surds
- Rationalization of Surds
- Conjugate Surds
- Product of two unlike Quadratic Surds
- Express of a Simple Quadratic Surd
- Properties of Surds
- Rules of Surds
- Problems on Surds

### Complex Numbers

- Introduction of Complex Numbers
- Equality of Complex Numbers
- Addition of Two Complex Numbers
- Subtraction of Complex Numbers
- Multiplication of Two Complex Numbers
- Commutative Property of Multiplication of Complex Numbers
- Associative Property of Multiplication of Complex Numbers
- Division of Complex Numbers
- Integral Powers of a Complex Number
- Conjugate Complex Numbers
- Reciprocal of a Complex Number
- Complex Number in the Standard Form
- Modulus of a Complex Number
- Amplitude or Argument of a Complex Number
- Roots of a Complex Number
- Properties of Complex Numbers
- The Cube Roots of Unity
- Problems on Complex Numbers

### Arithmetic Progression

- Definition of Arithmetic Progression
- General Form of an Arithmetic Progress
- Arithmetic Mean
- Sum of the First n Terms of an Arithmetic Progression
- Sum of the Cubes of First n Natural Numbers
- Sum of First n Natural Numbers
- Sum of the Squares of First n Natural Numbers
- Properties of Arithmetic Progression
- Selection of Terms in an Arithmetic Progression
- Arithmetic Progression Formulae
- Problems on Arithmetic Progression
- Problems on Sum of ‘n’ Terms of Arithmetic Progression

### Geometric Progression

- Definition of Geometric Progression
- General Form and General Term of a Geometric Progression
- Sum of n terms of a Geometric Progression
- Definition of Geometric Mean
- Position of a term in a Geometric Progression
- Selection of Terms in Geometric Progression
- Sum of an infinite Geometric Progression
- Geometric Progression Formulae
- Properties of Geometric Progression
- Relation between Arithmetic Means and Geometric Means
- Problems on Geometric Progression

### Theory of Quadratic Equation

- Introduction of Quadratic Equation
- Quadratic Equation has Only Two Roots
- Relation between Roots and Coefficients of a Quadratic Equation
- Quadratic Equation cannot have more than Two Roots
- Formation of the Quadratic Equation whose Roots are Given
- Nature of the Roots of a Quadratic Equation
- Complex Roots of a Quadratic Equation
- Irrational Roots of a Quadratic Equation
- Symmetric Functions of Roots of a Quadratic Equation
- Condition for Common Root or Roots of Quadratic Equations
- Theory of Quadratic Equation Formulae
- Sign of the Quadratic Expression
- Maximum and Minimum Values of the Quadratic Expression
- Problems on Quadratic Equation

### Logarithm

- Mathematics Logarithms
- Convert Exponentials and Logarithms
- Logarithm Rules or Log Rules
- Solved Problems on Logarithm
- Common Logarithm and Natural Logarithm
- Antilogarithm

## Trigonometry

### Measurement of Angles

- Sign of Angles
- Trigonometric Angles
- Measure of Angles in Trigonometry
- Systems of Measuring Angles
- Important Properties on Circle
- S is Equal to R Theta
- Sexagesimal, Centesimal and Circular Systems
- Convert the Systems of Measuring Angles
- Convert Circular Measure
- Convert into Radian
- Problems Based on Systems of Measuring Angles
- Length of an Arc
- Problems based on S R Theta Formula

### Trigonometric Functions

- Basic Trigonometric Ratios and Their Names
- Restrictions of Trigonometrical Ratios
- Reciprocal Relations of Trigonometric Ratios
- Quotient Relations of Trigonometric Ratios
- Limit of Trigonometric Ratios
- Trigonometrical Identity
- Problems on Trigonometric Identities
- Elimination of Trigonometric Ratios
- Eliminate Theta between the equations
- Problems on Eliminate Theta
- Trig Ratio Problems
- Proving Trigonometric Ratios
- Trig Ratios Proving Problems
- Verify Trigonometric Identities
- Trigonometrical Ratios of 0°
- Trigonometrical Ratios of 30°
- Trigonometrical Ratios of 45°
- Trigonometrical Ratios of 60°
- Trigonometrical Ratios of 90°
- Trigonometrical Ratios Table
- Problems on Trigonometric Ratio of Standard Angle
- Trigonometrical Ratios of Complementary Angles
- Rules of Trigonometric Signs
- Signs of Trigonometrical Ratios
- All Sin Tan Cos Rule
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (- θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (90° + θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (90° – θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (180° + θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (180° – θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (270° + θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (270° – θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (360° + θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of (360° – θ)
- Trigonometrical Ratios of any Angle
- Trigonometrical Ratios of some Particular Angles
- Trigonometric Ratios of an Angle
- Trigonometric Functions of any Angles
- Problems on Trigonometric Ratios of an Angle
- Problems on Signs of Trigonometrical Ratios

### Compound Angle

- Proof of Compound Angle Formula sin (α + β)
- Proof of Compound Angle Formula sin (α – β)
- Proof of Compound Angle Formula cos (α + β)
- Proof of Compound Angle Formula cos (α – β)
- Proof of Compound Angle Formula Sin
^{2}(α – β) - Proof of Compound Angle Formula Cos
^{2}α – Sin^{2}β - Proof of Tangent Formula tan (α + β)
- Proof of Tangent Formula tan (α – β)
- Proof of Cotangent Formula cot (α + β)
- Proof of Cotangent Formula cot (α – β)
- Expansion of sin (A + B + C)
- Expansion of sin (A – B + C)
- Expansion of cos (A + B + C)
- Expansion of tan (A + B + C)
- Compound Angle Formulae
- Problems using Compound Angle Formulae
- Problems on Compound Angles

### Converting Product into Sum/Difference and Vice Versa

- Converting Product into Sum or Difference
- Formulae for Converting Product into Sum or Difference
- Converting Sum or Difference into Product
- Formulae for Converting Sum or Difference into Product
- Express the Sum or Difference as a Product
- Express the Product as a Sum or Difference

### Multiple Angles

- sin 2A in Terms of A
- cos 2A in Terms of A
- tan 2A in Terms of A
- sin 2A in Terms of tan A
- cos 2A in Terms of tan A
- Trigonometric Functions of A in Terms of cos 2A
- sin 3A in Terms of A
- cos 3A in Terms of A
- tan 3A in Terms of A
- Multiple Angle Formulae

### Submultiple Angles

- Trigonometric Ratios of Angle A/2
- Trigonometric Ratios of Angle A/3
- Trigonometric Ratios of Angle A/2 in terms of Cos A
- Tan A/2 in terms of Tan A
- Exact value of sin 7½°
- Exact value of cos 7½°
- Exact value of tan 7½°
- Exact Value of cot 7½°
- Exact Value of tan 11¼°
- Exact Value of sin 15°
- Exact Value of cos 15°
- Exact Value of tan 15°
- Exact Value of sin 18°
- Exact Value of cos 18°
- Exact Value of sin 22½°
- Exact Value of cos 22½°
- Exact Value of tan 22½°
- Exact Value of sin 27°
- Exact Value of cos 27°
- Exact Value of tan 27°
- Exact Value of sin 36°
- Exact Value of cos 36°
- Exact Value of sin 54°
- Exact Value of cos 54°
- Exact Value of tan 54°
- Exact Value of sin 72°
- Exact Value of cos 72°
- Exact Value of tan 72°
- Exact Value of tan 142½°
- Submultiple Angle Formulae
- Problems on Submultiple Angles

### Conditional Trigonometric Identities

- Identities Involving Sines and Cosines
- Sines and Cosines of Multiples or Submultiples
- Identities Involving Squares of Sines and Cosines
- Square of Identities Involving Squares of Sines and Cosines
- Identities Involving Tangents and Cotangents
- Tangents and Cotangents of Multiples or Submultiples

### Graphs of Trigonometrical Functions

- Graph of y = sin x
- Graph of y = cos x
- Graph of y = tan x
- Graph of y = csc x
- Graph of y = sec x
- Graph of y = cot x

### Trigonometric Equations

- General solution of the equation sin x = ½
- General solution of the equation cos x = 1/√2
- General solution of the equation tan x = √3
- General Solution of the Equation sin θ = 0
- General Solution of the Equation cos θ = 0
- General Solution of the Equation tan θ = 0
- General Solution of the Equation sin θ = sin ∝
- General Solution of the Equation sin θ = 1
- General Solution of the Equation sin θ = -1
- General Solution of the Equation cos θ = cos ∝
- General Solution of the Equation cos θ = 1
- General Solution of the Equation cos θ = -1
- General Solution of the Equation tan θ = tan ∝
- General Solution of a cos θ + b sin θ = c
- Trigonometric Equation Formula
- Trigonometric Equation using Formula
- General solution of Trigonometric Equation
- Problems on Trigonometric Equation

### Inverse Trigonometric Functions

- General and Principal Values of sin
^{-1}x - General and Principal Values of cos
^{-1}x - General and Principal Values of tan
^{-1}x - General and Principal Values of csc
^{-1}x - General and Principal Values of sec
^{-1}x - General and Principal Values of cot
^{-1}x - Principal Values of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- General Values of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- arcsin(x) + arccos(x) = π/2
- arctan(x) + arccot(x) = π/2
- arctan(x) + arctan(y) = arctan\(\frac { x+y }{1-xy} \)
- arctan(x) – arctan(y) = arctan\(\frac { x-y }{1+xy} \)
- arctan(x) + arctan(y) + arctan(z)= arctan\(\frac { x+y+z-xyz }{1-xy-yz-xz} \)
- arccot(x) + arccot(y) = arccot\(\frac { xy-1 }{y+x} \)
- arccot(x) – arccot(y) = arccot\(\frac { xy+1 }{y-x} \)
- arcsin(x) + arcsin(y) = arcsin(x√1-y
^{2}±y√1-x^{2}) - arcsin (x) – arcsin(y) = arcsin(x√1-y
^{2}–y√1-x^{2}) - arccos (x) + arccos(y) = arccos(xy-√1-x
^{2}.√1-y^{2}) - arccos(x) – arccos(y) = arccos(xy+√1-x
^{2}.√1-y^{2}) - 2 arcsin(x) = arcsin(2x.√1-x
^{2}) - 2 arccos(x) = arccos(2x
^{2}-1) - 2 arctan(x) = arctan( 2x/1-x
^{2}) = arcsin(2x/1+x^{2}) = arccos((1-x^{2})/(1+x^{2}) - 3 arcsin(x) = arcsin(3x – 4x
^{3}) - 3 arccos(x) = arccos(4x
^{3}-3x) - 3 arctan(x) = arctan{3x – 4x
^{3}}/{1-3x^{2}} - Inverse Trigonometric Function Formula
- Principal Values of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Problems on Inverse Trigonometric Function

### Properties of Triangles

- The Law of Sines or The Sine Rule
- Theorem on Properties of Triangle
- Projection Formulae
- Proof of Projection Formulae
- The Law of Cosines or The Cosine Rule
- Area of a Triangle
- Law of Tangents
- Properties of Triangle Formulae
- Problems on Properties of Triangle

### Trigonometrical Table

- Finding sin Value from Trigonometric Table
- Finding cos Value from Trigonometric Table
- Finding tan Value from Trigonometric Table
- Table of Sines and Cosines
- Table of Tangents and Cotangents

### Coordinate Geometry

- What is Co-ordinate Geometry?
- Rectangular Cartesian Co-ordinates
- Polar Co-ordinates
- Relation between Cartesian and Polar Co-Ordinates
- Distance between Two given Points
- Distance between Two Points in Polar Co-ordinates
- Division of Line Segment: Internal & External
- Area of the Triangle Formed by Three co-ordinate Points
- Condition of Collinearity of Three Points
- Medians of a Triangle are Concurrent
- Apollonius’ Theorem
- Quadrilateral form a Parallelogram
- Problems on Distance Between Two Points
- Area of a Triangle Given 3 Points
- Worksheet on Quadrants
- Worksheet on Rectangular – Polar Conversion
- Worksheet on Line-Segment Joining the Points
- Worksheet on Distance Between Two Points
- Worksheet on Distance Between the Polar Co-ordinates
- Worksheet on Finding Mid-Point
- Worksheet on Division of Line-Segment
- Worksheet on Centroid of a Triangle
- Worksheet on Area of Co-ordinate Triangle
- Worksheet on Collinear Triangle
- Worksheet on Area of Polygon
- Worksheet on Cartesian Triangle

### Locus

- Concept of Locus
- Concept of Locus of a Moving Point
- Locus of a Moving Point
- Worked-out Problems on Locus of a Moving Point
- Worksheet on Locus of a Moving Point
- Worksheet on Locus

### The Straight Line

- Straight Line
- Slope of a Straight Line
- Slope of a Line through Two Given Points
- Collinearity of Three Points
- Equation of a Line Parallel to x-axis
- Equation of a Line Parallel to y-axis
- Slope-intercept Form
- Point-slope Form
- Straight line in Two-point Form
- Straight Line in Intercept Form
- Straight Line in Normal Form
- General Form into Slope-intercept Form
- General Form into Intercept Form
- General Form into Normal Form
- Point of Intersection of Two Lines
- Concurrency of Three Lines
- Angle between Two Straight Lines
- Condition of Parallelism of Lines
- Equation of a Line Parallel to a Line
- Condition of Perpendicularity of Two Lines
- Equation of a Line Perpendicular to a Line
- Identical Straight Lines
- Position of a Point Relative to a Line
- Distance of a Point from a Straight Line
- Equations of the Bisectors of the Angles between Two Straight Lines
- Bisector of the Angle which Contains the Origin
- Straight Line Formulae
- Problems on Straight Lines
- Word Problems on Straight Lines
- Problems on Slope and Intercept

### The Circle

- Definition of Circle
- Equation of a Circle
- General Form of the Equation of a Circle
- General Equation of Second Degree Represents a Circle
- Centre of the Circle Coincides with the Origin
- Circle Passes through the Origin
- Circle Touches x-axis
- Circle Touches y-axis
- Circle Touches both x-axis and y-axis
- Centre of the Circle on x-axis
- Centre of the Circle on y-axis
- Circle Passes through the Origin and Centre Lies on x-axis
- Circle Passes through the Origin and Centre Lies on y-axis
- Equation of a Circle when Line Segment Joining Two Given Points is a Diameter
- Equations of Concentric Circles
- Circle Passing Through Three Given Points
- Circle Through the Intersection of Two Circles
- Equation of the Common Chord of Two Circles
- Position of a Point with Respect to a Circle
- Intercepts on the Axes made by a Circle
- Circle Formulae
- Problems on Circle

### The Parabola

- Concept of Parabola
- Standard Equation of a Parabola
- Standard form of Parabola y
^{2}=-4ax - Standard form of Parabola x
^{2}=4ay - Standard form of Parabola x
^{2}=-4ay - Parabola whose Vertex at a given Point and Axis is Parallel to x-axis
- Parabola whose Vertex at a given Point and Axis is Parallel to y-axis
- Position of a Point with respect to a Parabola
- Parametric Equations of a Parabola
- Parabola Formulae
- Problems on Parabola

### The Ellipse

- Definition of Ellipse
- Standard Equation of an Ellipse
- Two Foci and Two Directrices of the Ellipse
- Vertex of the Ellipse
- Centre of the Ellipse
- Major and Minor Axes of the Ellipse
- Latus Rectum of the Ellipse
- Position of a Point with respect to the Ellipse
- Ellipse Formulae
- Focal Distance of a Point on the Ellipse
- Problems on Ellipse

### The Hyperbola

- Definition of Hyperbola
- Standard Equation of an Hyperbola
- Vertex of the Hyperbola
- Centre of the Hyperbola
- Transverse and Conjugate Axis of the Hyperbola
- Two Foci and Two Directrices of the Hyperbola
- Latus Rectum of the Hyperbola
- Position of a Point with Respect to the Hyperbola
- Conjugate Hyperbola
- Rectangular Hyperbola
- Parametric Equation of the Hyperbola
- Hyperbola Formulae
- Problems on Hyperbola

### Solid Geometry

- Solid Geometry
- Worksheet on Solid Geometry
- Theorems on Solid Geometry
- Theorems on Straight Lines and Plane
- Theorem on Co-planar
- Theorem on Parallel Lines and Plane
- Theorem of Three Perpendiculars
- Worksheet on Theorems of Solid Geometry

### Mensuration

- Formulas for 3D Shapes
- Volume and Surface Area of the Prism
- Worksheet on Volume and Surface Area of Prism
- Volume and Whole Surface Area of Right Pyramid
- Volume and Whole Surface Area of Tetrahedron
- Volume of a Pyramid
- Volume and Surface Area of a Pyramid
- Problems on Pyramid
- Worksheet on Volume and Surface Area of a Pyramid
- Worksheet on Volume of a Pyramid

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- Find the Solutions of Quadratic Equations by completing the square.
- Analyze and factor the Polynomials completely.
- Convert between degree and radian measures.
- Identify and Analyze the Graphs of Logarithmic Functions.

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