Syllabus - Mathematics
SECTION – A: MATHEMATICS UNIT – 1
Functions, Types of functions, composition of functions, Inverse function, Properties of Inverse function, Extension of Domain, Periodic function, Transformation of graphs. Hyperbolic functions, Surds, Logarithms, Mathematical Induction. UNIT – 2: a) PARTIAL FRACTIONS: Resolving f(x)/g(x) into Partial fractions when g(x) contains: Non-repeated linear factors; g(x) contains repeated and non repeated linear factors. g(x) contains non-repeated and irreducible quadratic factors , g(x) contains repeated and non-repeated irreducible quadratic factors . (Note: Number of factors of g(x) should not exceed 4). b) EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC SERIES: Expansion of ex for real x; log (1+x) expansion, condition on x (Note: Statements of the results and very simple problems such as finding the general term should only be given). c) Successive Differentiation: nth derivative of standard functions, libnitz theorem and its applications. d) Partial Differentiation: Partial derivative of Ist, 2nd orders and Euler’s Theorem on Homogeneous functions. UNIT – 3 QUADRATIC EQUATIONS & THEORY OF EQUATIONS: Quadratic equations in real and complex number system and their solutions. Reminder and Factor Theorems, common Roots, General Quadratic expression, Finding the range of a function, Location of roots, Solving inequalities using location of roots.
THEORY OF EQUATIONS: The relation between the roots and coefficients in an equation; Solving the equation when two or more roots of it are connected by certain relations; Equations with real coefficients, imaginary roots occur in conjugate pairs and its consequences; Transformation of equations, Reciprocal equations.
SECTION - A
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and rank of matrix. Scalar and vector product of two. To find the number of permutations of n dissimilar things taken ‘r’ at a time. evaluation of determinants. b) SEQUENCES AND SERIES: Arithmetic and Geometric progressions. insertion of arithmetic. angle between two lines. Test for consistency and solution of simultaneous linear equations in two or three variables using determinants and matrices. To find the number of Permutations of ‘n’ things taken ‘r’ at a time when some of them are alike and the rest are dissimilar. To find number of circular Permutations of n Different things taken all at a time. To find the number of combinations of ‘n’ dissimilar things taken ‘r’ at a time. Relation between A. Arithmetic . To prove i) If nCr nC then n = r+s or r=s ii) nC r nC r 1 n 1 .
UNIT-6 MATRICES AND DETERMINANTS: Matrices. Adjoint and evaluation of inverse of a square matrix using determinants and elementary transformations. types of matrices. Cartesian equation of a plane in (i)
SECTION .M. algebra of matrices. n3 .Geometric progression. b) 3-D Geometry: Co-ordinates in three – dimensions – Distance between two points in the space – section formulas and their applications.
UNIT – 5 PERMUTATIONS & COMBINATIONS: Definition of linear and circular permutations. three and four vectors and their application. UNIT-7 VECTOR ALGEBRA AND 3D a) VECTOR ALGEBRA: Algebra of Vectors – angle between two non-zero vectors – Linear combination of vectors – Geometrical applications of vectors.Mathematics
a) BINOMIAL THEOREM AND ITS SIMPLE APPLICATIONS Binomial theorem for a positive integral index. To prove from the first principles. To find number of nPr n 1P r n 1P
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Permutations of n Dissimilar things taken ‘r’ at a time when repetition of things is allowed any number of times. general term and middle term.M. area of triangles using determinants... determinants and matrices of order two and three. geometric means between two given numbers. and G. DCs and DRs of line. n2 . Properties of determinants.GAT (UGTP)2013
UNIT – 4
Syllabus . properties of Binomial coefficients and simple applications. Sum to n terms of special series n.A
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projection rule. Conjugate of Z. Trigonometric expansions using Demovier’s Theorem. Algebraic operations with complex numbers. Pedal Triangle. . logarithmic. Geometrical applications of complex numbers. Transformations. Geometrical representation of a complex number. Trigonometry and Heights and
UNIT – 10 PROPERTIES OF TRIANGLES: Sine rule. rational. square root of a complex number. m-n Theorem. Eulors form of Z. solution of Triangle (Ambiguous cases). Demovre’s Theorem. Properties of conjugate. solving complex equations. Properties of . exponential. Tangent rule. Graphs of simple functions.valued functions. derivatives of order upto two. cosine rule. inverse functions.Mathematics
General form (ii) Normal Form (iii) Intercept Form (iv) Angle between two planes and angle between line and plane. continuity and differentiability. Integral Power of iota(i).8 TRIGONOMETRY: Trigonometric ratios. Section of sphere by plane. difference. regular polygon. composite and implicit functions. Compound angles. UNIT – 9 Trigonometric equations. Half angle formulae and area of triangle. CONTINUITY AND DIFFERENTIABILITY (LCD): Real . Differentiation of the sum. logarithmic and exponential functions.A
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. Inverse distances(only 2D problems).GAT (UGTP)2013
Syllabus . trigonometric. product and quotient of two functions. algebra of functions. polar term of Z. Sphere – cartician equation – centre and radius. multiple and sub-multiple angle. . Geometry relation of Ex-centres. Modz. UNIT. Limits. Differentiation of trigonometric. Ex-central Triangle.
SECTION . COMPLEX NUMBERS: Definitions. inverse trigonometric. In-circle and excircle of a Triangle. polynomials. Distance between centres of Triangle. Arg of Z. problems and quadrilateral. UNIT – 11 LIMITS.
Method of integration. Translation & Rotation of axes and its illustrations UNIT-16 STRAIGHT LINES AND PAIR OF STRAIGHT LINES: Straight Lines : Different forms of straight lines. lagrange’s. Integration by substitution. Reduction formulae over indefinite integrals.A
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. Homogenisation of the second degree equation with a first degree equation in x and y. mean value theorems (Rolle’s. Integration by parts. and Non-Homogeneous pair of lines. lines through the point of intersection of two given lines. UNIT-14 APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRALS: Integral as limit of a sum. Libnitz rule. angular bisectors of two lines. maxima and minima of functions of one variable. Integral of the form ∫ (a )p Integration using Euler’s substitution.GAT (UGTP)2013
UNIT – 12
Syllabus . Integration of Rational and Irrational Algebraic functions. point (vs) line and line (vs) line. Concurrences of lines. centroid. orthocenter. Image point (vs) point.Mathematics
APPLICATIONS OF DERIVATIVES: Rate of change of quantities. Foot of perpendicular. Equation of locus and its illustration on complete geometry. Pair of straight lines: Concepts related Homogeneous. Errors and approximations. UNIT-13 INDEFINITE INTEGRATION: Fundamental Integration formulae. distance of a point from a line. Fundamental Theorem of integral calculus. Tangent and normals. Intermediate value theorem). UNIT-15 CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY: Locus: Definition of locus. incentre and circumcentre of triangle. Problems on all the properties of definite integrals. Integration using differentiation.
SECTION . Determining areas of the regions bounded by curves.
circle and a conic.. Asymptotes. -externally.condition for a straight line to be a tangent. Pole and PolarFinding the pole of a given line and Vice versa. Area of a triangle.power of a point-Def. Polar equation of a straight line. parametric equations.
SECTION . parametric equations. equation of tangent and normal at a point on the hyperbola (Cartesian and parametric) condition for a straight line to be a tangent.A
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. UNIT-18 PARABOLA. Coaxial system of circlesEquation of the coaxial system in the simplest form-limiting points of a coaxial system. Position of a point in the plane of the circle. internally.Mathematics
a) CIRCLES: Equation of a circle-Standard form-centre and radius-Equation of a circle with a given line segment as diameter. Chord of contact-Pole. Pole and Polar – Finding the pole of a given line and Vice Versa. of a tangent-Length of tangent. Radical axis of two circles-properties-Common chord and common tangent of two circles. b) ELLIPSE: Equation of Ellipse in standard form. b) SYSTEM OF CIRCLES: Angle between two intersecting circles-conditions for orthogonality. Position of a straight line in the plane of the circle-condition for a straight line to be a tangent– chord joining two points on a circle . Relative positions of two circlescircles touching each other. Polar-conjugate points and conjugate linesEquation of chord with given mid point. Orthogonal system of a coaxial system of circles. Pole and Polar-Finding the pole of a given line and Vice Versa. Equation of tangent and normal at a point on the parabola (cartesian and parametric). c) HYPERBOLA: Equation of hyperbola in standard form-parametric equations. Rectangular Hyperbola. Radical centre. ELLIPSE.GAT (UGTP)2013
UNIT-17 CIRCLES & SYSTEM OF CIRCLES
Syllabus .Equation of circle through three non-colinear points-parametric equations of a circle.equation of the tangent at a point on the circle – point of contact – Equation of normal. Equation of tangent and normal at a point on the Ellipse (Cartesian and parametric) condition for a straight line to be a tangent. common tangents-points of similitude-Equation of tangents from an external point. d) POLAR COOR-DINATES: Polar coordinates-Relation between polar and cartesian coordinates-Distance between two points. POLAR CO-ORDINATES: a) PARABOLA: Conic sections-parabola-Equation of parabola in standard form-Different forms of parabola. HYPERBOLA.
exhaustive events.GAT (UGTP)2013
Syllabus . Solution of differential equations by the method of separation of variables. Addition theorem on Probability. elementary events. Baye’s theorem. ---------
SECTION . Orthogonal Trajectory. Mean. Differential equation of first order and higher degree and Applications of Differential equations. mutually exclusive events. linear differential equations. Bernoulli’s Equation. solution of homogeneous. their order and degree. Theoretical discrete distributions like Binomial. variance of a random variable. Formation of differential equations. Mean and variance of above distributions (without proof). NonHomogenous. poision distribution. multiplication theorem. random event. probability distributive functions. Random Variables and distributions: Random variables. Sample events. Sample space. Distributive functions. UNIT-20 PROBABILITIES AND RANDOM VARIABLES AND DISTRIBUTIONS: Probability: Random experiment.Mathematics
UNIT-19 Differential Equations: Ordinary differential equations.A
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. Dependent and independent events.