Basic Mathematics 11

Basic Mathematics class 11 videos According to National Examinations Board(NEB) Syllabus, Nepal

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Created by Mero School Last updated Sun, 30-May-2021 Nepali
What will i learn?
  • After Completion of this Course, Students will get complete knowledge of class 11 Basic Mathematics based on NEB Syllabus, and will be able to secure good marks in final exam

Curriculum for this course
379 Lessons 53:10:10 H:M:S
1.1 logic and set
16 Lessons 02:30:06 H:M:S
  • 1. Introduction to logic 00:15:38
  • 2. Types of logical connectives part 1 00:08:46
  • 3. Types of logical connectives part 2 00:09:30
  • 4. Different terminologies- 00:09:36
  • 5. Law of logic- 00:07:43
  • 6. Some other law of logic 00:12:39
  • 7. Example No. 1 00:06:48
  • 8. Example No. 2 00:09:59
  • 9. Introduction to set 00:08:59
  • 10. Relation between sets 00:11:48
  • 11. operation of set 00:11:46
  • 12. identities of set 00:10:21
  • 13. miscellanous law 00:09:20
  • 14. De-Morgans law 00:03:39
  • 15. Example No. 1 00:06:53
  • 16. Example No. 2 00:06:41
  • 1. Introduction to real numbers 00:09:50
  • 2. Algebraic property of Real numbers 00:07:54
  • 3. Order property of real number 00:05:47
  • 4. Geometrical representation of Real number 00:14:25
  • 5. Absolute value of real number 00:10:35
  • 6. miscellanous property 00:07:03
  • 7. Theorem 00:06:23
  • 8. Example No. 1 00:10:28
  • 9. Example No. 2 00:05:17
  • 10. Example No. 3 00:04:26
  • 11. Example No. 4 00:06:25
  • 1. Ordered pair, cartesian product and relation 00:09:57
  • 2. Domain andd range of a relation 00:08:29
  • 3. Introduction to Function 00:12:14
  • 4. Types of function 00:06:53
  • 5. Example No. 1 00:08:11
  • 6. Example No. 2 00:10:50
  • 7. Inverse function 00:05:42
  • 8. Composition of function 00:08:13
  • 9. Types of function 00:13:21
  • 10. Trigonometric function 00:06:04
  • 11. Exponential and logarithmic function 00:09:41
  • 12. Properties of logarithmic function 00:08:43
  • 13. Hyperbolic function 00:06:56
  • 14 Example No. 3 00:06:52
  • 15. Example No. 4 00:11:37
  • 16. Example No. 5 00:06:49
  • 17. Example No. 6 00:08:58
  • 18. Example No. 7 00:06:18
  • 19. Example No. 8 00:09:33
  • 20. Example No. 9 00:04:16
  • 21. Example No. 10 00:03:28
  • 1. Introduction 00:11:57
  • 2. Monotonic And periodic function 00:11:21
  • 3. Asymptotes 00:17:36
  • 4. Symmetry 00:08:21
  • 5. Guidelines for Sketching a curve 00:07:12
  • 6. Quadratic Function 00:15:03
  • 7. Cubic Function 00:16:05
  • 8. Exponential and Logerithmic Function 00:10:33
  • 9. Rational Function 00:07:05
  • 10. Trigonometric function part 1 00:08:17
  • 11.Example No. 1 00:05:05
  • 12. Example No. 2 00:04:37
  • 13. Example No. 3 00:03:13
  • 1. Introduction 00:10:56
  • 2. limit of sequence 00:05:48
  • 3. Arithmetic Sequence 00:12:25
  • 4. Arithmetic mean 00:07:19
  • 5. Geometric Sequence 00:07:26
  • 6. Geometric mean 00:04:42
  • 7. Harmonic sequence annd mean 00:04:31
  • 8. Relation between AM,GM and HM 00:04:57
  • 9. Example No. 1 00:10:58
  • 10. Example No. 2 00:08:25
  • 11. Example No. 3 00:11:43
  • 12. Example No. 4 00:05:59
  • 13. Example No. 5 00:09:08
  • 14. Example No. 6 00:06:21
  • 15. Example No. 7 00:05:33
  • 16. Convergent series and its sum 00:09:29
  • 17. Example No. 8 00:04:10
  • 18. Example No. 9 00:04:32
  • 19. Example No.10 00:04:16
  • 1. Introduction to matrices 00:06:57
  • 2. Types of matrices 00:12:38
  • 3. Transpose of matrices 00:12:23
  • 4. Example No. 1 00:03:48
  • 5. Example No. 2 00:03:56
  • 6. Example No. 3 00:05:01
  • 7. Determinant of 1x1 and 2x2 matrices 00:03:51
  • 8. Minor and cofactors 00:13:41
  • 9. Saarus Rule 00:06:11
  • 10. Properties of 3x3 matrix determinant 00:13:17
  • 11. Examples No. 4 00:04:34
  • 12. Example No. 5 00:06:06
  • 13. Example No. 6 00:05:11
  • 14. Example No. 7 00:04:31
  • 15. Example No. 8 00:11:20
  • 16. Example No. 9 00:08:18
  • 17. Example No. 10 00:09:32
  • 18. Adjoint and inverse of a matrix 00:04:20
  • 19. Inverse of a 3x3 matrix by adjoint method 00:11:07
  • 20. Example No. 11 00:08:54
  • 1. Introduction 00:09:04
  • 2. Some theorems 00:11:25
  • 3. The imaginary unit 00:06:57
  • 4. Properties and Geometrical represenatation 00:08:44
  • 5. Example No. 1 00:06:45
  • 6. Example No. 2 00:07:28
  • 7. Conjugate of a complex number 00:08:28
  • 8. Absolute value of complex number 00:12:23
  • 9. The triangle inequality 00:13:47
  • 10. Square root of complex number 00:06:52
  • 11. Example No. 3 00:06:44
  • 12. Example No. 4 00:06:32
  • 13. cube root of unity 00:05:49
  • 14. properties of cube root of unity 00:07:41
  • 15. Example No. 5 00:04:47
  • 16. polar form of complex number 00:05:21
  • 17. theorem of product and quotient 00:08:27
  • 18. Example No. 6 00:06:06
  • 1. Introduction 00:07:59
  • 2. Cosine law 00:14:51
  • 3. Sine law 00:10:38
  • 4. Extended sine law 00:08:24
  • 5. projection law 00:10:16
  • 6. Half angle formula 00:10:03
  • 7. Area of triangle 00:11:56
  • 8. The tangent law 00:07:52
  • 9. Example No. 1 00:13:01
  • 10. Example No. 2 00:08:45
  • 11. Example No. 3 00:06:59
  • 12. Example No. 4 00:10:14
  • 13. Example No. 5 00:10:31
  • 1. Introduction 00:08:13
  • 2. Example No. 1 00:06:12
  • 3. Example No. 2 00:07:28
  • 4. Example No. 3 00:12:46
  • 5. Example No. 4 00:07:57
  • 1. Introduction to Analytical Geometry 00:07:34
  • 2. Introduction to straight lines 00:04:32
  • 3. Equation of straight line 00:09:59
  • 4. Reduction into standard form 00:15:02
  • 5. Point of intersection of st. line and equation passing through it 00:14:31
  • 6. Condition of concurrency 00:06:48
  • 7. Angle between lines 00:08:01
  • 8. Line parallel or perpendicular to given line 00:05:45
  • 9. Length of perpendicular 00:06:28
  • 10. Example No. 1 00:03:18
  • 11. Example No. 2 00:06:22
  • 12. Two sides of a line 00:09:11
  • 13. Equation of bidectors 00:10:34
  • 14. Example No. 3 00:06:39
  • 1. Introduction 00:10:01
  • 2. Theorem 00:05:40
  • 3. Angle between lines represented by pair of lines 00:06:02
  • 4. Equation of bisector 00:12:30
  • 5.General Equation of second degree 00:14:25
  • 6. Example No. 1 00:07:14
  • 7. Example No. 2 00:07:24
  • 8. Example No. 3 00:06:42
  • 9. Example No. 4 00:09:21
  • 10. Example No. 5 00:06:42
  • 11. Example No. 6 00:07:03
  • 12. Example No. 7 00:09:02
  • 1. Introduction 00:10:25
  • 2. Diameter form of circle 00:04:25
  • 3. Position of point and a line 00:09:44
  • 4. Equation of tangent to a circle 00:13:08
  • 5. Equation of normal 00:06:34
  • 6. Example No. 1 00:05:01
  • 7. Example No. 2 00:04:23
  • 8. Example No. 3 00:13:38
  • 9. Example No. 4 00:07:43
  • 10. Example No. 5 00:07:54
  • 11. Example No. 6 00:05:11
  • 12. Example No. 7 00:12:53
  • 1. Introduction 00:10:55
  • 2. Standard Equation of parabola 00:12:12
  • 3. Different Forms of Equation of parabola 00:14:49
  • 4. General Equation of parabola 00:04:59
  • 5. Example No. 1 00:08:18
  • 6. Example No. 2 00:12:21
  • 7. Example No. 3 00:05:51
  • 8. Example No. 4 00:09:38
  • 9. Position of a point and a line with respect to a parabola 00:11:22
  • 10. Equation of tangent to a parabola 00:07:25
  • 11. Equation of normal to a parabola 00:05:07
  • 12. Example No. 5 00:08:58
  • 13. Example No. 6 00:07:15
  • 14. Example No. 7 00:12:58
  • 1. Introduction 00:12:36
  • 2. Displacement of a vector 00:07:42
  • 3. Types of vectors 00:10:06
  • 4. Addition of vectors 00:13:01
  • 5. unit vectors along coordinate axis and direction cosines 00:12:18
  • 6. Linear combinations of vectors 00:07:08
  • 7. Theorems 1 00:06:23
  • 8. Theorems 2 00:09:17
  • 9. Theorems 3 00:10:52
  • 10. Theorems 4 00:08:50
  • 11. Example no. 1 00:09:46
  • 12. Example no. 2 00:10:34
  • 13. Example no. 3 00:10:05
  • 1. Introduction to scalar products 00:09:43
  • 2. Angles between two vectors 00:04:09
  • 3. Geometrical meaning of vectors 00:09:35
  • 4. Application of vector in Geometry 00:08:17
  • 5. Application of vector in Trigonometry part 1 00:05:25
  • 5. Application of vector in Trigonometry part 2 00:10:26
  • 6. Example no. 1 00:06:38
  • 7. Example no. 2 00:10:35
  • 8. Example no. 3 00:09:10
  • 1. Introduction 00:12:04
  • 2. Method of measure of central tendency 00:22:45
  • 3. Meaning of dispersion 00:07:34
  • 4. method of measuring dispersion 00:04:48
  • 5. Standard deviation 00:11:56
  • 6. Example number 1 00:07:58
  • 7. Example number 2 00:07:20
  • 8. Example number 3 00:07:19
  • 9. Skewness 00:12:33
  • 10. Example Number 4 00:05:36
  • 11. Example number 5 00:09:30
  • 1. Introduction 00:15:50
  • 2. Mathematical defination of probability 00:12:36
  • 3. Compound event and addition theorem 00:09:57
  • 4. Example No. 1 00:07:03
  • 5. Multiplication theorem 00:05:56
  • 6. Example No. 2 00:15:31
  • 7. Example No. 3 00:05:09
  • 8. Example No. 4 00:06:46
  • 1. Basic concept of limit 00:13:45
  • 2. limit of a function 00:06:01
  • 3. Algebraic properties of limit 00:03:39
  • 4. Theorem of limit 00:12:30
  • 5. Example no. 1 00:02:56
  • 6. Example no. 2 00:03:40
  • 7. Example no. 3 00:04:24
  • 8. Example no. 4 00:06:36
  • 9. Limit of triginometric function 00:07:07
  • 10. Sine theorem 00:10:45
  • 11. limit of exponential and logarithmic function 00:06:34
  • 12. Example no.5 00:04:50
  • 13. Example no.6 00:05:42
  • 14. Example no. 7 00:06:17
  • 15. Example no. 8 00:07:09
  • 16. neighbourhood of limit 00:08:24
  • 17. Example no. 9 00:04:10
  • 18. Example no. 10 00:03:34
  • 19. Continuity 00:08:48
  • 20. Example no. 11 00:05:46
  • 21. Example no. 12 00:06:24
  • 1. introduction 00:11:30
  • 2. Defination of derivative 00:04:36
  • 3. Some standard expressions 00:10:19
  • 4. rules of differentiation part 1 00:08:44
  • 5. rules of differentiation 00:11:28
  • 6. Example no. 1 00:08:24
  • 7. Example no. 2 00:09:55
  • 8. Example no. 3 00:05:43
  • 9. Example no. 4 00:06:03
  • 10. Example no. 5 00:08:24
  • 11. higher order derivative 00:09:41
  • 12. Example no. 6 00:03:25
  • 13. Example no. 7 00:05:40
  • 14. Example no. 8 00:07:42
  • 15. Derivative of trigonometric functions 00:10:44
  • 16. Example no. 9 00:09:21
  • 17. Example no. 10 00:08:58
  • 18. Example no. 11 00:12:13
  • 19. Example no. 12 00:04:40
  • 20. Example no. 13 00:05:36
  • 21. Example no. 14 00:06:47
  • 22. Example no.15 00:06:34
  • 23. Example no. 16 00:06:43
  • 24. Example no. 17 00:03:01
  • 25. Example no. 18 00:04:36
  • 26. Example no. 19 00:05:15
  • 1. Introduction 00:10:05
  • 2. Absolute maxima and minima 00:08:56
  • 3. Local maxima, concavity and convexity 00:12:33
  • 4. Example no. 1 00:07:03
  • 5. Example no. 2 00:06:09
  • 6. Example no. 3 00:05:17
  • 7. Example no. 4 00:05:44
  • 8. Example no. 5 00:07:44
  • 9. Example no. 6 00:05:34
  • 10. Example no. 7 00:04:22
  • 11. Example no. 8 00:04:43
  • 12. Example no. 9 00:05:43
  • 13. Example no. 10 00:04:40
  • 14. Example no. 11 00:05:21
  • 15. Example no. 12 00:03:57
  • 16. Example no. 13 00:05:30
  • 17. Example no. 14 00:05:28
  • 18. Example no. 15 00:06:36
  • 19. Example 16 00:04:55
  • 1. introduction 00:12:50
  • 2. Example no. 1 00:07:08
  • 3. Different types of integration questions and their solution 00:08:30
  • 4. Example of type 1 of general equation 00:09:24
  • 5. Type 2 of general function 00:08:52
  • 6. Example of Type 2 of general function 00:06:17
  • 7. Type four of general function 00:06:01
  • 8. type 4 of general function 00:10:56
  • 9. type 5 of general function 00:08:27
  • 10. Substitution method form 1 00:05:51
  • 11. Substitution method form 2 00:04:33
  • 12. Example of substitution method no. 1 00:06:44
  • 13. Example of substitutiion method no. 2 00:05:28
  • 14. Example of some trigonometric function using substitution method no. 3 00:07:56
  • 15. Example of substitutiion method no. 4 00:06:20
  • 16. Example of substitution method no.5 00:05:59
  • 17. Example of substitution method no. 6 00:06:17
  • 18. Trigonometric substitution 00:05:27
  • 19. Example of trigonometric substitution 00:14:21
  • 20. Example of trigonometric substitution no. 2 00:13:00
  • 21. Integration by parts 00:07:45
  • 22. Example of integration by parts no. 1 00:13:08
  • 23. Example of integration by parts no. 2-1 00:09:01
  • 24. Example of integration by parts no. 3 00:07:37
  • 25. Definite integral 00:06:24
  • 26. Example of definite intagral no. 1 00:06:48
  • 27. Example of definite integration no. 2 00:08:57
  • 1. introduction 00:10:27
  • 2. Example no. 1 00:09:08
  • 3. Example no. 2 00:07:35
  • 4. Example no. 3 00:07:41
  • 5. Example no. 4 00:05:14
  • 1. Introduction to linear programming problem 1 00:12:12
  • 2. Mathematical formulation of problem 00:04:49
  • 3. Example no. 1 00:07:06
  • 4. Graphical method 00:09:14
  • 5. Example no 2 00:11:43
  • 6. Example no. 3 00:11:20
  • 7. example no.4 00:15:57
  • 8. Standard form 00:08:28
  • 9. simplex method 00:26:12
  • 10. Dual of L.P.P 00:07:43
  • 11. Example of dual 1 00:15:24
  • 1. introduction 00:08:28
  • 2. types of error 00:11:16
  • 3. Example no. 1 00:06:46
  • 4. Solution of transcendental and algebraic equations 00:16:14
  • 5. Example no. 2 00:08:42
  • 1. Introduction to mechanics 1 00:08:33
  • 2. types of forces 00:08:24
  • 3. Parallelogram law of forces 00:16:54
  • 4. cases of parallelogram law of forces 00:06:02
  • 5. Example no. 1_1 00:05:52
  • 6. Example no. 2_1 00:11:51
  • 7. Example no. 3_1 00:13:03
  • 8. Example no. 4_1 00:11:59
  • 9. Example no. 5 00:04:31
  • 10. Example no. 6 00:07:47
  • 11. Example no. 7 00:09:37
  • 12. Equilibrium in coplanar forces 00:06:36
  • 13. lamis theorem 00:16:43
  • 14. Example no. 8 00:11:09
  • 1. Introduction to dynamics 00:09:23
  • 2. motion with uniform acceleration in st. line 00:06:09
  • 3. Application of calculus 00:06:00
  • 4. Distance travelled in particular second 00:09:30
  • 5. Example no. 1 00:07:50
  • 6. Example no. 2 00:06:38
  • 7. example no. 3 00:08:46
  • 8. Special proof example 1 00:04:53
  • 9. Special proof example 2 00:05:23
  • 10. Special proof Example 3 00:06:48
  • 11. special proof example 4 00:06:19
  • 12. Special proof example 5 00:08:43
  • 13. vertical motion under gravity 00:10:52
  • 14. Example no.4 00:09:39
  • 15. Example no.5 00:10:49
  • 16. Example no. 6 00:05:37
  • 17. Example no. 7 00:04:35
  • 18. Example no. 8 00:05:16
  • 19. Example no.9 00:07:14
  • 20. Motion on an inclined plane 00:04:22
  • 21. Example no. 10 00:08:09
  • 22. Example no. 11 00:10:39
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    • Students are required to have sound knowledge of Class 10 Basic Mathematics, based on NEB Syllabus.
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    The videos herein are strictly based on Nepal NEB Syllabus, promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the class 11 students, for securing good score and crack NEB. This course tries to cover all the general knowledge for arithmetic problems; deals with maximum algebraic and statistical expressions and equations and provide sufficient proof to all the geometric theories along with solution of frequently asked past questions and list of formula needed for completing Class 11 Mathematics. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos. Feedbacks and advises are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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