Exercise – 7.1 Question 1: By the method of inspection obtain an integral (or anti – derivative) of the sin 3x. Answer: As the derivative is sin 3x and x is the function of the anti – derivative of sin 3x. Question 2: By the method of inspection obtain an integral […]

### NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Maths

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Unit II – Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Unit III – Matrices

Unit IV – Determinants

Unit V – Continuity and Differentiability

Unit VI – Applications of Derivatives

Unit VII – Integrals

Unit VIII – Applications of the Integrals

Unit IX – Differential Equations

Unit X – Vectors

Unit XI – Three – dimensional Geometry

Unit XII – Linear Programming

Unit XIII – Probability

#### Chapter-7: Integrals

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#### Chapter-5: Continuity and Differentiability

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#### Chapter-13: Probability

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#### Chapter-6: Applications of Derivative

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## Chapter-10: Vector Algebra

Exercise – 10.1 Question 1: Graphically represent a 40 km displacement towards 30 o east of north. Answer 1: Vector represent a 40 km displacement towards 30o east of north. Question 2: Categorize the following measures as vectors and scalars. (a) 20 kg (b) 4 meters north – south (c) 80o (d) 70 watt […]

## Chapter-9: Differential Equations

Exercise : 9.1 Q.1: Find the degree and order of the differential equation +sin (ym) = 0. Solution: + sin (y”’) = 0 y”” + sin (y”’) = 0 y”” is the highest order derivative present in the differential equation. Therefore, the order is four. The given differential equation is not a polynomial equation […]