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Some of the topics Covered include :

- Relations and Functions
- Application of Derivatives
- Vector Algebra
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Integrals
- Three Dimensional Geometry
- Matrices

Relations and Functions

Inverse Trignometric Functions

Matrices

Determinants

Continuity or Differentiability

- E.1Continuity
- E.2Algebra of continuous function
- E.3Differentiability
- E.4Derrivative of composite function (chain rule)
- E.5Derrivative of impicit function
- E.6Derrivative of inverse trignometric function
- E.7Exponential logarithmic function
- E.8Logarithmic differentiation
- E.9Derrivatives of function in parametric form
- E.10Second order derrivative
- E.11Mean value theorem

Application of Derrivatives

- F.1Rate of change of quantities
- F.2Increasing and decreasing functions
- F.3Tangents and normals
- F.4Approximation
- F.5Maxima and minima: Introduction
- F.6Maxima and minima: First derrivative method
- F.7Maxima and minima: second derrivative method
- F.8Maximum and minimum value of function in closed interval

Integrals

- G.1Integration as an inverse process of differentiation
- G.2Geometric interpretation of indefinite integral
- G.3Some properties of indefinite integrals
- G.4Comparison between differentiation and integration
- G.5Methods of integration
- G.6Integration using trignometric identities
- G.7Integrals of some particular function
- G.8Integration by partial fraction
- G.9Integration by parts
- G.10Integrals of some more types
- G.11Definite integration: definite integral as a limit of a sum
- G.12Fundamental theorem of calculus
- G.13Evaluating definite integral by substitution
- G.14Some properties of definite integrals

Application of Integrals

- I.1Area under simple curves
- I.2Area of a region bounded by curve and a line
- I.3Area between two curves

Differential Equations

- J.1Basic concept
- J.2Degree of a differential equation
- J.3General and particular solutions of differential equation
- J.4Formation of differential equation whose general solution is given
- J.5Methods of solving first order, first degree differential equation
- J.6Homogeneous differential equation
- J.7Linear differential equation

Vector Algebra

- K.1Some basic concepts
- K.2Types of vectors
- K.3Addition of vectors
- K.4Multiplication of vector by a scalar: components of vector
- K.5Vector joing two points
- K.6Section formula
- K.7Product of two vectors: scalar product and application
- K.7Scalar triple product
- K.7Cross product of two vectors

Three Dimensional Geometry

- L.1Direction cosines and direction ratios of a line
- L.2Equation of a line in space
- L.3Angle between two lines
- L.4Shortest distance between two lines
- L.5Plane: equation of plane in normal form
- L.6“Equation of a plane perpendicular to a given vector and passing

through a given point” - L.7Equation of plane passing through three non collinear points
- L.8“Intercept form of equation of line and a plane passing throug through

the intersection of two given plane” - L.9Coplanarity of two lines
- L.10Angle between two planes
- L.11Distance of a point from a plane
- L.12Angle between a line and a plane

Linear Programming

- M.1Linear programming problem and its mathematical formulation
- M.2Graphical method of solving linear programming problem
- M.3Different types of linear programming problem

Probability