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ACADEMY

My Introduction

o At present I am Maths Faculty at ETOOS

ACADEMY

My Introduction

o At present I am Maths Faculty at ETOOS

ACADEMY

o IIT- Delhi

My Introduction

o At present I am Maths Faculty at ETOOS

ACADEMY

o IIT- Delhi

Rank Produced by Etoos

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And Many Others

How to Study Maths For

IIT-JEE

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IIT-JEE

How to Study Maths For

IIT-JEE

How to Make

Best use of the Course

How to Make

Best use of the Course

lecture

Phone Number

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Course Details

Logrithms

Trigonometry Identities (Trigo Ph1)

Quadratic Equation

Sequence & Series

Trigonometry Ph-2

(Trigonometry Equation)

Course Details

Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines

Circles

Permutation & Combination

Course Details

Binomial Theorem

Functions

ITF

Limit

Continuity

Course Details

Derivability

Method Of Derivative

Indefinite Integration

Definite Integration

Application Of Derivatives

Course Details

Vectors

3D Geometry

Determinant

Matrics

Probability

Course Details

Complex No.

Differential Equation

Area Under Curve

Parabola

Ellipse

Hyperbola

Symbols

(not equal)

< (less than)

> (greater than)

(less than or equal to)

(greater than or equal to)

() (parentheses)

& (and)

[ellipsis (and so on)]

(therefore)

% (percent)

Symbols

(pi)

(angle)

(degree)

(perpendicular)

|| (parallel)

~ (is similar to)

(union)

(intersection)

(is a member of)

(is not a member of)

Symbols

(is proper subset of)

(there exists)

[(for all (universal quantifier)]

(is equal to or)

(is equivalent)

(and)

(or)

(is subset of)

(is super set of)

(iff or implies and is implied by)

Symbols

(is approxima)

(infinity)

! (factorial)

(sigma)

(square root)

(omega)

(gamma)

(theta)

(such that)

(phi)

Symbols

(omega)

(delta)

(pi)

(arrow)

(derivative partial)

(integral)

(proportional)

(plus or minus)

(empty set)

R (set of real number)

Basic Maths

Revision of Class VIII, IX, X

Basic Maths

Revision of Class VIII, IX, X

Basic Maths

Revision of Class VIII, IX, X

Basic Maths

Revision of Class VIII, IX, X

Componendo & Dividendo

To be applied both

sides of the equation.

Additive Inverse,

Additive Inverse,

Additive Identity,

Additive Inverse,

Additive Identity,

Multiplicative Inverse,

Additive Inverse,

Additive Identity,

Multiplicative Inverse,

Multiplicative Identity

Set Theory

Classification of Sets

Classification of Sets

Classification of Sets

Quadratic Equation

Inequalities

Important Algebraic

Formulas

a2 - b2 = (a b) (a + b)

Important Algebraic

Formulas

a2 - b2 = (a b) (a + b)

Important Algebraic

Formulas

a2 - b2 = (a b) (a + b)

(a b) 3 = a3 b3 + 3ab2 3a2b

Important Algebraic

Formulas

a2 - b2 = (a b) (a + b)

(a b) 3 = a3 b3 + 3ab2 3a2b

Number Theory

Number Theory

Number Theory

Prime,

Prime,

Composite,

Prime,

Composite,

Twin Prime,

Prime,

Composite,

Twin Prime,

Co- Prime

Integers (I)

Rational Numbers (Q)

Rational Numbers (Q)

Converting Decimal to p/q form

Rational Numbers (Q)

Converting Decimal to p/q form

Example

Irrational Numbers

Real Numbers (R)

Complex Number (Z)

N W I Q R Z

Exponential Form

Exponential Form

Exponential Form

Exponential Form

Logarithmic form

Logarithmic form

Logarithm Form

Logarithm Form

1. Examples on value of Logarithm

Find values :

Logarithm Form

1. Examples on value of Logarithm

Find values :

Logarithm Form

1. Examples on value of Logarithm

Find values :

Logarithm Form

1. Examples on value of Logarithm

Find values :

Logarithm Form

1. Examples on value of Logarithm

Find values :

Fundamental Logarithm Identity

3 Important Deductions

3 Important Deductions

3 Important Deductions

3 Important Deductions

Examples

Examples

Find values :

Examples

Find values :

Examples

Find values :

Examples

Find values :

Examples

(Integer Type)

The value of :

[JEE 2012, 4]

Examples

Solve :

Examples

Solve :

Antilog/Power form

Antilog/Power form

Antilog/Power form

Note

It must be noted that whenever the number

and the base are on the same side of unity

then logarithm of that number to that base is

(+ve), however if the number and the base

are located on different side of unity them

logarithm of that number to that base is (-ve)

Examples

Examples

Examples

Examples

Examples

Principal Properties of Log.

Principal Properties of Log.

Principal Properties of Log.

Principal Properties of Log.

Note

solution.

Example

1.

Base Change Theorem

Base Change Theorem

Examples

1. If (log23)(log34)(log45)....(logn(n+1))=10, find n

Examples

1. If (log23)(log34)(log45)....(logn(n+1))=10, find n

2.

Examples

1. If (log23)(log34)(log45)....(logn(n+1))=10, find n

2.

Examples

If for permissible values of a and x then

which of the following may be correct :

(A) If a rational and b rational then x can be

rational.

Examples

If for permissible values of a and x then

which of the following may be correct :

(A) If a rational and b rational then x can be

rational.

(B) If a irrational and b rational then x can be

rational.

Examples

If for permissible values of a and x then

which of the following may be correct :

(A) If a rational and b rational then x can be

rational.

(B) If a irrational and b rational then x can be

rational.

(C) If a rational and b irrational then x can be

rational.

Examples

If for permissible values of a and x then

which of the following may be correct :

(A) If a rational and b rational then x can be

rational.

(B) If a irrational and b rational then x can be

rational.

(C) If a rational and b irrational then x can be

rational.

(D) If a and b are two irrational numbers then x

can be rational.

Examples

Number of solutions of

(a) 3 (b) 1

(c) 2 (d) 0

Trichotomy

True / False

For A Non Negative Number

For A Non Negative Number

a & N > 2, n N

Logrithmic Equations

Logrithmic Equations

Logrithmic Equations

Examples

Taking Log. Both Sides

Taking Log. Both Sides

Solve for x

Taking Log. Both Sides

Solve for x

Solve for x

Taking Log. Both Sides

Let be the solution of the following equations

Then is

[JEE 2011,3]

Common and

Natural Logarithm

Characteristic & Mantissa

Standard form of a positive number

Examples on Characteristic

& Mantissa

Using log 2 = 0.3010 and log 3 = 0.4771, and

log 7 = 0.8451

(1) Find the number of digits

(A) (B)

Examples on Characteristic

& Mantissa

Using log 2 = 0.3010 and log 3 = 0.4771, and

log 7 = 0.8451

(1) Find the number of digits

(A) (B)

(2) Find the number of zeros after decimal

before a significant figure start in

(A) (B)

Examples on Characteristic

& Mantissa

Examples on Characteristic

& Mantissa

Examples on Characteristic

& Mantissa

Examples on Characteristic

& Mantissa

Modulus

(Absolute Value Function)

Examples on Modulus

Solve for x

Examples on Modulus

Solve for x

(a)

Examples on Modulus

Solve for x

(a)

(b)

Examples on Modulus

Solve for x

(a)

(b)

(c)

Examples on Modulus

Solve for x

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

Examples on Modulus

Solve for x

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

Find the value of (a + b + c)

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

More Examples on Modulus

Log. Inequalities

Log. Inequalities

Log. Inequalities

Assignment

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Examples

Solve the following equations :

Solve Sheet

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