Class 11th - Mathematics

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COURSE FEATURES

  • Video Language: English/Hindi

  • No of Lectures: 108 Lectures

  • Duration: 102 Hour 30 Min

  • Validity: 15th April 2020

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Join the No. 1 Mathematics Class 11th course that covers the latest syllabus as per CBSE guideline.

 

This course is taught from most popular book NCERT which is easily available from book stores.  

 

This course covers 16 Chapters that includes 108 video lectures, soft copy of study material, quick revision notes, past year board papers, free doubt session and many more.

 

In this Mathematics class 11th Course we start from concepts of chapter then we take you through basic conceptual questions and finally we take you to advance level questions so that you can face CBSE Board Exam easily and score high marks in final exam.

 

"We not only teach concepts, but also discuss many conceptual questions asked in past CBSE board exam through step by step video tutorials in Hindi & English"

 

Class 11th Mathematics Course is specially prepared for CBSE Board students which is recorded in the presence of many students. Every doubts and confusion of students are discussed and cleared in video.

 

You will enjoy each and every video like you are learning in face to face tuition.

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Course Syllabus : for Class 11th - Mathematics

    • 01: Basic Concepts, Introduction, Sets and their Representations, Meaning of Sets, Golden Concepts of Sets, Elements, Name of set, Representation of set, Method - Roaster or Tabular form and Set Builder form, SL Examples for Tabular form method, SL examples for Set Builder form method, Natural numbers, Integers, rational number, real number, positive integers, Odd natural number, even natural numbers, Positive integers, NCERT Exercise 1.1 Preview50 min
    • 02: Empty set, Null set, Void set, Finite set, Infinite set, Equal set, Subset, Superset, Intervals of Subset of R – open interval, close interval, Open-close interval, Close-open interval, Power set, SL Examples on Power set, Number of elements in power set, NCERT Exercise 1.1 42 min
    • 03: Finite and Infinite sets, Power sets, Universal set examples, Subsets of set of real numbers, Golden Hints, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 1.2, NCERT Exercise 1.3 45 min
    • 04: Equal sets, Subsets, Power set, Universal set, Venn Diagrams, Operation on sets, Union of sets, some properties of Operation of Union, Intersection of sets, Some properties of Operation of Intersection, Golden Concepts, Define Difference of sets, Subsets of all sets, SL Examples on Operation of sets, Define Intersection of sets, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 1.3 47 min
    • 05: Venn Diagrams, Operations on Sets, Complement of a Set, Disjoint sets, Define by figure Complement of set, Some Properties of Complement of Set, Discuss Golden Concepts, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 1.4 42 min
    • 06: Practical Problems on Union and Intersection of Two Sets, Golden Concepts, Some Properties of Complement of Set, NCERT Examples, Discuss Important Formula, NCERT Exercise 1.5, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exam, NCERT Exercise 1.6 38 min
    • 07: NCERT Examples, Golden Hints, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exam, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 1 41 min
    • 08: NCERT Miscellaneous Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 1 43 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Relation, Function, Define Relation, Cartesian Product of Set, SL Examples, Total number of elements, Attention Please, Ordered Triplet, Number of Power Sets, Discuss Golden Concepts, NCERT examples, NCERT Exercise 2.1 45 min
    • 02: Quick Revision of Concepts, Domain, Range, Co-domain, NCERT Examples, Arrow Diagram, No. Of Relation, Prime Number, NCERT Exercise 2.2 47 min
    • 03: Roaster method, Set builder method, Arrow Diagram, Real Function, NCERT Exercise 2.2 36 min
    • 04: Function Definition, Some Functions and their Graphs, Identity function, Constant function, Polynomial function, Rational Function, Modulus Function, Signum Function, Greater integer function, Algebra of real functions, Linear Function, SL Example on Function, Golden Rule for Function, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 2.3 42 min
    • 05: Algebra of Real Functions, Addition of two real functions, Subtraction of real function from another, Multiplication by a scalar, Multiplication of two real functions, Quotient of two real functions, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 2.3 48 min
    • 06: NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 2 35 min
    • 07: Important Questions for CBSE Board Exam, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 2 38 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Define by Graph – Angles, positive angles, Terminal side, initial side, negative angle, Relationship between Degree and Radian measures, Degree measure define, Radian measure define, Formula for Radian measure, Formula for Degree measure, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 3.1 Preview49 min
    • 02: Learn Table of Trigonometric Values, Some Important Formula for Trigonometry, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 3.1 46 min
    • 03: Learn Sign of Trigonometric Functions, Domain and Range of Trigonometric Functions, Find values of other five trigonometric functions, Trigonometric Identities, Golden Concepts for quadrants, Trigonometric Functions, Important Formula Discuss, Golden Hint to learn formula, Golden Hint for Trigonometry, NCERT examples, NCERT Exercise 3.2 50 min
    • 04: Trigonometric Functions of Sum and Difference of Two Angles, NCERT examples, NCERT Exercise 3.2, Important Formula for solve Questions, NCERT Exercise 3.3 44 min
    • 05: Discuss Golden Concepts, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exam, NCERT examples, NCERT Exercise 3.3 41 min
    • 06: NCERT Examples, Golden Hint for solve Questions, NCERT Exercise 3.3 53 min
    • 07: NCERT Exercise 3.3, Trigonometric Equations Definitions, General Solution Formula, NCERT Exercise 3.4, Principal Solution, Principal Value, 46 min
    • 08: Golden Hint, NCERT Exercise 3.4 38 min
    • 09: NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on chapter 3 35 min
    • 10: Learn Some Important Formula, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on chapter 3, Golden Hint for How to solve questions, NCERT Examples, 11: NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on chapter 3, NCERT Examples 40 min
    • 11: NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on chapter 3, NCERT Examples 48 min
    • 12: Important Questions for CBSE Board Exams, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on chapter 3, NCERT Examples 44 min
    • 01: Principal of mathematical induction definition, Steps for Prove by principal of mathematical induction, Discuss Types of Questions, NCERT Exercise 4.1 38 min
    • 02: NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 4.1 40 min
    • 03: NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 4.1 43 min
    • 04: NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 4.1 45 min
    • 05: NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 4.1 35 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Complex Number Define, Quadratic Equation Define, Golden Hint, NCERT Exercise 5.1, Conjugate of Z, Modulus of Z, Multiplicative inverse, Real part, Imaginary part, Im z of the complex number, Algebra of Complex Numbers, Addition of Two Complex Numbers, Difference of two Complex Numbers, Multiplication of Two Complex Numbers, Division of two Complex Numbers, Power of i, Square roots of a negative real number, Identities, Modulus and Conjugate of complex numbers, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 5.1 Preview40 min
    • 02: Argand Plane and Polar Representation, Real axis, Imaginary axis, Polar representation of a complex number, NCERT Exercise 5.2, NCERT Examples, Quadratic Equations, Highest power of variable, Sum of root, Product of root, Polar form of Z, Argument of Z, Steps to find polar form, NCERT Exercise 5.3 42 min
    • 03: NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 5.2 39 min
    • 04: SL Examples, Golden Hint, Important Formula, NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 5 37 min
    • 05: SL Examples, NCERT Examples, Golden Hint, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 5 46 min
    • 06: NCERT Examples, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exams, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 5 35 min
    • 01: Define Linear inequalities, SL Examples on Linear Equalities, Golden Hint for At least, at most, more than, less than, greater than, NCERT Exercise 6.1 39 min
    • 02: Numerical inequalities, Literal inequalities, slack inequalities, Linear inequalities in one variable x and y, linear inequalities in two variable x and y, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 6.1 36 min
    • 03: Algebraic solutions of linear inequalities in one variable and their Graphical Representation, 35 min
    • 04: Graphical solution of Linear inequalities in two variables, Golden Rule, Shade towards the point, Shade opposite to the point, Inequation by figure, Steps to solve questions, NCERT Exercise 6.2 39 min
    • 05: Solution of System of Linear Inequalities in Two Variables, system of linear inequalities graphically, NCERT Exercise 6.1, NCERT Exercise 6.2, NCERT Exercise 6.3 46 min
    • 06: NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 6.3, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exam, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on chapter 6 50 min
    • 01: Permutation meaning, Fundamental Principle of Counting, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 7.1 42 min
    • 02: Factorial Notation, Golden Hint, Factorial, Permutation Formula, Permutations when all the objects are distinct, NCERT Exercise 7.2, NCERT Exercise 7.3 46 min
    • 03: Derivation of the formula for npr, Permutations when all the objects are not distinct objects, Golden Hint, SL Examples, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 7.3 39 min
    • 04: NCERT Examples, Combinations, Difference between Permutation and Combination, Permutation – Arrangement, Combination – Selection, Golden Hint, NCERT Exercise 7.4 38 min
    • 05: Quick Revision, Define about cards, Golden Hint, NCERT Exercise 7.4, 45 min
    • 06: Quick Revision, NCERT Examples, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exams, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 7 41 min
    • 07: NCERT Examples, Golden Concepts Discuss, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 7 37 min
    • 08: NCERT Examples, Golden Hint to solve questions, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 7 35 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Binomial Theorem for positive integral indices, Pascal’s Triangle, Basic Formula Discuss, Define Pascal’s Triangle, Golden Hint, SL Examples, NCERT Exercise 8.1 42 min
    • 02: Binomial theorem for any positive integer n, NCERT Examples, Golden Hint, NCERT Exercise 8.1 45 min
    • 03: General Term of the expansion, Middle Term, Term independent of x, SL Example, Middle Term of (a + b)n, where n is the power of (a + b), NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 8.2, 41 min
    • 04: Quick Revision, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 8.2 38 min
    • 05: Important Questions for CBSE Board Exams, Coefficient of nth Term, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 8 42 min
    • 06: NCERT Examples, Attention Please, Golden concepts, NCERT Examples 35 min
    • 07: NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 8 41 min
    • 01: Sequences Define, SL Example on sequence, Series meaning, Progression Definition, Arithmetic Progressions Definition, Notations, General Term of AP series, Last term of an A.P series, nth term from the end, SL Examples, Find number of terms, Find nth term, NCERT Exercise 9.1 46 min
    • 02: Quick Revision of Concepts, Properties of an AP, SL examples on AP, Selection of terms in AP, Sum to n terms of an AP, Arithmetic mean Formula Define, NCERT Exercise 9.2 34 min
    • 03: NCERT Exercise 9.2 41 min
    • 04: Quick Revision, Golden Hint, NCERT Exercise 9.2 45 min
    • 05: Geometric Progressions Formula Define, nth terms, sum to n terms, sum to infinity terms, Golden Hints, NCERT Exercise 9.3 40 min
    • 06: Quick Revision of GP concepts, Important Questions for CBSE Board Exams, NCERT Exercise 9.3 43 min
    • 07: Common difference, Sum to n terms of an AP, General term of an AP, Golden Hints, Some Important Formula, NCERT Exercise 9.3 52 min
    • 08: Geometric sequence, General term of a G.P., NCERT Examples, Geometric Progressions, Quadratic Equations, NCERT Exercise 9.3 39 min
    • 09: General term of a G.P., Sum to n terms of a G.P., NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 9, Sum to n terms of special series, NCERT Exercise 9.4 47 min
    • 10: Infinite geometric series, NCERT Exercise 9.4, Relationship between AM and GM, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 9 35 min
    • 11: General terms of sequence, Finite sequence, Infinite sequence, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 9 45 min
    • 12: Sigma notation, Some Golden Concepts, Find first three terms of sequence, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 9 40 min
    • 13: Sum to n terms of Special cases, Sum of first n natural numbers, Sum of squares of first n natural numbers, Sum of cubes of first n natural numbers, NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 9 37 min
    • 14: Important Questions of CBSE Board Exams, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 9 39 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Define Straight Line, Some important formula, Distance formula, Define Section Formula – Internally and externally, Mid-point of PQ, Area of Triangle Define, Formula for area of triangle, Golden Hint, Slope of a line – when two points and when angle is given, Equation of line, Slope intercept form, Parallelism, Perpendicularity Define, Formula for Angle between two lines, NCERT Exercise 10.1 48 min
    • 02: Quick revision of concepts, Coordinates of point dividing the line segment joining the points internally, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.1 41 min
    • 03: Coordinates of the mid-point of line segment joining the points, Distance between the points, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.1 35 min
    • 04: Coordinates of the mid-point of line segment joining the points, Distance between the points, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.1 42 min
    • 05: Quick Revision, Area of triangle whose vertices, Slope of line, Equation of mid-point line, NCERT Exercise 10.2 38 min
    • 06: Slope of line when coordinates of any two points on the line are given, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.2 47 min
    • 07: Conditions for parallelism and Perpendicularity of lines in terms of their slopes, Angle between two lines, Collinearity of three points, NCERT Exercise 10.2 50 min
    • 08: Define Intercept form, Define Normal form, Explanation – Distance from origin, Angle with the direction of x-axis, Equation of line parallel to line whose equation is ax + by+ c = 0, Equation of line perpendicular to line whose equation is linear, Distance, Perpendicular distance, Perpendicular distance of line, Distance between to parallel line, NCERT Exercise 10.3 35 min
    • 09: General Equation of a Line, Perpendicular distance between two parallel lines, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.3 48 min
    • 10: Various forms of the Equations of a line, Horizontal and Vertical lines, Point slope form, Two-point form, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.3, Formula of Angle between two lines 44 min
    • 11: Slope-intercept form, Intercept form, Normal form, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.3 46 min
    • 12: Different forms of Ax + By + C = 0 – Slope-intercept form, intercept form, Normal form, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 10.3 38 min
    • 13: Distance of a Point from a Line, Distance between two parallel lines, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 10 40 min
    • 14: NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 10 42 min
    • 15: Golden Concepts Discuss, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 10 50 min
    • 16: NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 10 36 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Define Circle, Standard Equation of circle, Equation of circle, NCERT examples, NCERT Exercise 11.1 46 min
    • 02: Define Parabola, Golden concept on Parabola, Golden Hints, co-ordinates of vertices, co-ordinates of focus, Equation of Directrix, Equation of axis, Length of latusrectum, NCERT examples 42 min
    • 03: Define Ellipse, Minor Axis, Major Axis, Vertex, Centre, co-ordinates of centre, co-ordinates of vertex, co-ordinates of foci, Length of major axis, Length of minor axis, Equation of major axis, Equation of minor axis, Equation of directrix, Eccentricity, Golden Hints, NCERT Exercise 11.2 Preview39 min
    • 04: Section of a cone, Find equation of the circle, Standard Equation of ellipse, SL Examples, NCERT Exercise 11.3 45 min
    • 05: Define hyperbola, Conjugate axis, Transverse axis, Length of transverse axis, Length of conjugate axis, Equation of transverse axis, Equation of conjugate axis, NCERT Exercise 11.3 42 min
    • 06: Standard equation of parabola, Standard equation of hyperbola, Relationship between semi-major, semi-minor and the distance of the focus from the centre of ellipse, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 11.4 36 min
    • 07: Find the length of latusrectum of the parabola, Eccentricity of hyperbola, Special cases of an ellipse, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 11 34 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry, Define octants and coordinates, Distance Formula, Define Collinear, Coordinates Axes and Coordinate Planes in Three Dimensional Space, Coordinates of a Point in Space, NCERT Exercise 12.1, NCERT Exercise 12.2 46 min
    • 02: Coordinates of points, Distance between two points, Define Section Formula – Internally and Externally, Define Mid-point formula, Define Centroid Formula, Golden Hints, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 12.3 41 min
    • 03: NCERT Exercise 12.3, NCERT Examples, Co-ordinates of the mid-point of the line segment, Discuss Golden Concepts, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 12, 39 min
    • 04: Prove that three points are collinear, Co-ordinates of centroid of the triangle, NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 12 48 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Limits Define, Derivative Define, Concepts on Limits, Golden Concepts, Some Important Formula for Limits, Discuss Properties for Limits, Intuitive Idea of Derivatives, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 13.1 48 min
    • 02: Limit of the function, Right hand limit, Left hand limit, Continuity Define, Golden Hints, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 13.1 45 min
    • 03: SL Examples, Define Differentiation, Dependent Variable, Independent Variable, Examples on Differentiation, Important formula for Differentiation, Differentiation meaning, Differentiation of Y with respect to X, Properties for Differentiation Discuss 41 min
    • 04: Rules for Differentiation, Properties of Differentiation, Simple Differentiation, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Chain Rule, SL Examples, Define Product Rule, SL Examples on Product Rule 38 min
    • 05: Formula for Quotient Rule, SL Examples on Quotient Rule, Formula on Chain Rule, SL Examples on Chain Rule, Some Important Formula, SL Examples 42 min
    • 06: SL Examples, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 13.2, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 13 36 min
    • 07: Algebra of Limits, Theorem on Limits, Limits of Polynomials, Rational functions, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 13 44 min
    • 08: First Principle, Steps to solve Questions, SL Examples, NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 13 39 min
    • 09: Limits of Trigonometric Functions, Theorem 3 on Limits, Theorem 4 on Limits, (Sandwich Theorem), Golden Concepts, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 13 45 min
    • 10: Derivatives, Algebra of derivative of functions, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 13.2, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 13 50 min
    • 11: Derivative of sum of two functions, NCERT Examples, SL Examples, Continuity Define, NCERT Exercise 13.1 42 min
    • 12: Derivative of difference of two functions, Derivative of product of two functions, Golden Concepts, Steps to solve continuity questions, NCERT Exercise 13.1 39 min
    • 13: Supplementary Material, Evaluation of Exponential and Logarithmic Limits, NCERT Exercise 13.1 46 min
    • 14: Derivative of quotient of two functions, Golden Concepts on Log, Golden Hints, Illustrations, NCERT Examples, 43 min
    • 15: Derivative of polynomials and trigonometric functions, Illustrations, NCERT Examples 37 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Introduction, Statements meaning, Mathematical Reasoning define, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 14.1 35 min
    • 02: New Statements from Old, Negation of statement, Compound Statements, Special Words/Phrases, The word “And”, The word “Or”, Rule for the compound statement with “Or”, Quantifiers, Connectives, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 14.2, NCERT Exercise 14.3 40 min
    • 03: Quantifiers, Connectives, Implications, Contrapositive and converse, Validating Statements – Rule 1, Rule 2, Rule 3, Rule 4, By Contradiction, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 14.4, NCERT Exercise 14.5 45 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Meaning of Central Tendency, Nth term - When number of observations is odd and when number of observations is even, Measures of Dispersion, Range, Quartile, Deciles, Percentile, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Coefficient of Variation (CV), Mean, Median, Mode, Positional values, Types of averages, Mathematical averages, Series – Individual, Discrete and Continuous, Method to solve – Direct method, Short-cut method and Step-deviation method, Calculation of Arithmetic mean in individual series discrete series and continuous series, Discuss formula of Mean in all series, SL Examples on Calculate mean, How to calculate mean, SL Examples 39 min
    • 02: Mean Deviation of ungrouped data, Mean deviation of grouped data, Discrete frequency distribution, Mean deviation about mean, Mean deviation about median, Continuous frequency distribution, Shortcut method for calculating mean deviation about mean, Quick Revision, Median Define, How to calculate median, Steps to calculate median, SL examples on median, Calculate median in individual series, calculate median in discrete series, calculate median in continuous series, SL Examples 41 min
    • 03: How to calculate Mean Deviation - individual series continuous series discrete series by Mean Deviation about mean method and Mean Deviation about median method, Coefficient of Median Deviation formula, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 15.1 35 min
    • 04: How to calculate Standard Deviation, Calculate Standard Deviation – In individual series discrete series continuous series by Methods of Deviation taken from actual mean and Deviation taken from assume mean, How to calculate Variance, Formula of Coefficient of Variance, Golden Hint on More variable and Less Consistent, Variance and Standard Deviation, Standard Deviation of a discrete frequency distribution, Standard deviation of a continuous frequency distribution, Shortcut method to find variance and standard deviation, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 15.1, NCERT Exercise 15.2 42 min
    • 05: Golden Hint on More Variable and Less Consistent, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 15.2, NCERT Exercise 15.3 48 min
    • 06: Standard Deviation – Deviation taken from assume mean and Deviation taken from actual mean, Golden Concepts, Analysis of Frequency Distribution, Coefficient of Variation, Comparison of two frequency distribution with same mean, NCERT Exercise 15.3 41 min
    • 07: Calculation of Correct Mean, Calculation of Correct Standard Deviation, NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 15 45 min
    • 08: Calculate New Variance, Calculate new Mean, Calculate New Standard Deviation, Calculation of Correct Mean, Calculation of Correct Standard Deviation, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 15 48 min
    • 01: Basic Concepts, Introduction, Probability Define, Sample Space, Events, Probability, Combined miscellaneous exercise, No. Of Events, No. Of Sample Space, SL Examples, Golden Hints, Random Experiments, Outcome, Sample Point, Simple Event Define, Compound Event, Mutually Exclusive Events, Exhaustive Events, Mutually Exclusive and Exhaustive Events, Some Important Formula, Golden Hint, Information about Cards, NCERT Examples 49 min
    • 02: Sample Space of the experiment, Outcome and Sample Space, Event, Occurrence of an Event, Types of Events, Impossible and Sure Events, NCERT Examples , NCERT Exercise 16.1 38 min
    • 03: Algebra of Events, Compound Events, Simple Event, complementary event, Mutually Exclusive Events, Exhaustive Events, NCERT Examples , NCERT Exercise 16.1, NCERT Exercise 16.2 41 min
    • 04: Axiomatic approach to Probability, Probability of an Event, Probabilities of equally likely outcomes, Probability of event ‘A or B’, Golden Hints, NCERT Exercise 16.3 38 min
    • 05: Important questions for CBSE Board Exams, NCERT Examples, NCERT Exercise 16.3 42 min
    • 06: NCERT Examples, NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise on Chapter 16 46 min

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