Limits And Derivatives Class 11 Notes

Limits and derivatives for class 11 is an important chapter because the basics of differentiation and integration are taught in this chapter. Here students are also introduced to the topic of calculus. Apart from that, they will also develop an intuitive idea of derivative and study some algebra of limits and derivatives as well as derivatives of certain standard functions. To help students learn the chapter topics and concepts in an easy manner we at BYJU’S are providing the limits and derivatives class 11 notes here. These CBSE notes will help students have a quick revision of the entire chapter and also get a good grip on the concepts. Furthermore, these notes can be used as an effective study tool to score good marks in the examination.

Some of the important topics in this chapter include;

Calculus: It is the mathematical study of continuous change, it has two branches differential calculus and integral calculus.

Differential Calculus: It is the study of the properties, definition and application of the derivative of a function, and the process of finding the derivative is called differentiation.

Integral Calculus: A branch of mathematics that is concerned with the properties, determination, and application of integrals.

Check the link given below for more detailed information about limits and derivatives.



Limits and Derivatives

Derivative of A Function- Calculus

Limit Formula

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Frequently asked Questions on CBSE Class 11 Maths: Limits Derivatives


What are the uses of Calculus?

Calculus has applications in various fields such as engineering, medicine, biological research, economics, architecture, space science, electronics, statistics, and pharmacology all benefit from the use of calculus.


What is ‘Limit formula’?

The limit formula is used to calculate the derivative of a function.


What is a ‘Derivative’?

In mathematics (differential calculus), the derivative is a way to show instantaneous rate of change.


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