# Maths 12

Mathematics class 12 videos According to National Examinations Board(NEB) Syllabus ,Nepal

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Created by Mero School Last updated Mon, 31-May-2021 Nepali
What will I learn?
• After Completion of this Course, Students will get complete knowledge of class 12 Mathematics based on NEB Syllabus, and will be able to secure good marks in HSEB.

Curriculum for this course
412 Lessons 55:07:14 H:M:S
Unit-1 Algebra
136 Lessons 17:35:02 H:M:S
1.1 Permutation and combination
• 1. introduction 00:09:52
• 2. Example no. 1 00:09:56
• 3. Example no. 2 00:10:38
• 4. factorial notation 00:07:54
• 5. Permutation of objects all different 00:10:17
• 6. Permutation of objects not all different 00:05:34
• 7. Circular permutation 00:10:43
• 8. Permutation of repeated things 00:02:43
• 9. Example no. 3 00:07:15
• 10. Example no. 4 00:11:30
• 11. Example no. 5 00:07:10
• 12. Example no. 6 00:05:29
• 13. Example no. 7 00:05:28
• 14. Example no. 8 00:05:46
• 15. Example no. 9 00:08:12
• 16. Combination 00:06:18
• 17. Properties of combination 00:08:09
• 18. Example no. 1 00:05:13
• 19. Example no. 2 00:06:26
• 20. Example no. 3 00:07:31
• 21. Example no. 4 00:07:23
• 22. Example no. 5 00:08:25
• 23. Example no. 6 00:07:42
• 24. Example no. 7 00:06:18
1.2 Binomial theorem
• 1. Introduction 00:21:32
• 2. General term 00:07:13
• 3. Middle term 00:09:12
• 4. Binomial coefficients 00:10:23
• 5. Example no. 1 00:06:41
• 6. Example no. 2 00:07:38
• 7. Example no. 3 00:07:25
• 8. Example no. 4 00:10:01
• 9. Example no. 5 00:05:01
• 10. Example no. 6 00:11:30
• 11. Example no. 7 00:10:27
• 12. Example no. 8 00:06:46
• 13. Example no. 9 00:08:50
• 14. Application of binomial theorem 00:06:25
• 15. Example no. 10 00:06:29
• 16. Exponential and logarithmic series 00:04:49
• 17. Expansion of exponential series 00:07:58
• 18. e is not rational 00:10:38
• 19. e lies between 2 and 3 00:05:56
• 20. Expansion of a^x 00:04:14
• 21. Expansion of logarithmic series 00:06:30
• 22. Example no. 11 00:04:28
• 23. Example no. 12 00:07:28
• 24. Example no. 13 00:04:41
• 25. Example no. 14 00:05:37
• 26. Example no. 15 00:04:46
• 27. Example no. 16 00:05:44
• 28. Example no. 17 00:06:44
• 29. Example no. 18 00:07:59
• 30. Example no. 19 00:05:41
1.3 Elementary group theory
• 1. Binary operation 00:08:54
• 2. properties of binary operations 00:09:23
• 3. Algebraic structure, cayleys table and congruence modulo m 00:08:20
• 4. Addition modulo and multiplication modulo 00:05:49
• 5. Excample no. 1 00:07:28
• 6. Example no. 2 00:06:06
• 7. Example no. 3 00:06:11
• 8. Example no. 4 00:04:52
• 9. Example no. 5 00:07:00
• 10. Example no. 6 00:08:30
• 11. Example no. 7 00:08:28
• 12. Group 00:07:15
• 13. Types of group 00:06:34
• 14. Example no. 8 00:09:23
• 15. Example no. 9 00:06:19
• 16. Example no. 10 00:07:22
• 17. Example no. 11 00:09:34
• 18. Basic properties of group part 1 00:06:41
• 19. Basic properties of group part 2 00:08:04
• 20. Basic properties of group part 3 00:08:58
• 21. Example no. 12 00:04:42
1.4 Complex number
• 1. Introduction 00:08:53
• 2. DE-moivre theorem 00:11:08
• 3. when the integer is negative 00:05:52
• 4. Example no. 1 00:06:55
• 5. Example no. 2 00:08:27
• 6. nth root of complex number 00:07:25
• 7. Example no. 3 00:07:51
• 8. Example no. 4 00:07:59
• 9. Example no. 5 00:04:34
• 10. Cube root of unity 00:05:38
• 11. properties of cube root of unity part 1 00:06:01
• 12. Properties of cube root of unity part 2 00:05:56
• 13. Example no. 6 00:04:57
• 14. Example no. 7 00:07:45
• 15. Example no. 8 00:07:30
• 16. Example no. 9 00:07:44
• 17. Example no. 10 00:06:02
• 1. introduction 00:12:29
• 3. Theorem 00:12:01
• 4. Nature of roots 00:07:38
• 5. Example no. 1 00:06:09
• 6. Example no. 2 00:07:57
• 7. Example no. 3 00:07:35
• 8. Example no. 4 00:07:32
• 9. Relation between roots and coefficients 00:06:33
• 10. one root common 00:06:33
• 11. Both roots common 00:05:53
• 12. Example no. 5 00:07:00
• 13. Exaample no. 6 00:06:25
• 14. Example no. 7 00:07:58
• 15. Example no. 8 00:05:34
• 16. Example no. 9 00:08:36
• 17. Example no. 10 00:06:25
• 18. Example no. 11 00:05:32
• 19. Example no. 12 00:10:40
• 20. Example no. 13 00:05:44
1.6 Mathematical induction
• 1. introduction 00:10:16
• 2. Example no. 1 00:07:48
• 3. Example no. 2 00:07:48
• 4. Example no. 3 00:07:50
• 5. Example no. 4 00:09:12
• 6. Example no. 5 00:09:20
• 7. Example no. 6 00:09:19
• 8. Example no. 7 00:07:59
• 9. Example no. 8 00:05:10
• 10. Example no. 9 00:09:30
• 11. Example no. 10 00:06:48
• 12. Example no. 11 00:08:57
1.7 Matrix based system of linear equation
• 1. introduction 00:06:22
• 2. Solution of system of 2 linear eqns in 2 unknowns 00:10:27
• 3. Inverse matrix method 00:08:19
• 4. Example no. 1 00:12:51
• 5. Example no. 2 00:15:49
• 6. Cramers rule 00:09:02
• 7. Example no. 3 00:06:20
• 8. Example no 4 00:12:15
• 9. Row equivalent method 00:09:57
• 10. Example no. 5 00:05:53
• 11. Example no. 6 00:10:12
• 12. Example no. 7 00:07:53
2.1 Inverse circular function
• 1. Introduction 00:07:45
• 2. defination of each functions 00:13:09
• 3. Properties of inverse trigonometric function 00:06:29
• 4. Example no. 1 00:04:19
• 5. Example no. 2 00:07:52
• 6. Example no. 3 00:08:50
• 7. Example no. 4 00:09:25
• 8. Example no. 5 00:06:07
• 9. Example no. 6 00:09:58
• 10. Example no. 7 00:04:27
• 11. Example no. 8 00:07:23
• 12. Example no. 9 00:07:17
• 13. Example no. 10 00:13:17
• 14. Example no. 11 00:06:04
• 15. Example no. 12 00:08:51
• 16. Example no. 13 00:12:44
• 17. Example no. 14 00:09:42
2.2 General solution of trigonometric equations
• 1. Introduction 00:09:24
• 2. General solution of trigonometric functions=0 00:05:55
• 3. Solution of sinx=sin 00:07:40
• 4. Solution of cosx=cosÏ´ 00:06:24
• 5. solution of tanx=tanÏ´ 00:06:34
• 6. Solution of Equation of form a.cosx+b.sinx=c - 1 00:07:30
• 7. Example no. 1 00:08:06
• 8. Example no. 2 00:08:44
• 9. Example no. 3 00:09:40
• 10. Example no. 4 00:10:39
• 11. Example no. 5 00:09:09
• 12. Example no. 6 00:09:20
• 13. Example no. 7 00:07:58
• 14. Example no. 8 00:10:10
3.1 conic section
1. Ellipse
• 1. introduction to conic section 00:07:00
• 2. Ellipse defination 00:13:53
• 3. Ellipse defination 2 00:16:06
• 4. Terms related to ellipse 00:13:47
• 5. Generalized Equation of Ellipse 00:17:08
• 6. Example no.. 1 00:07:57
• 7. Example no. 2 00:10:39
• 8. Example no. 3 00:07:09
• 9. Example no. 4 00:13:19
• 10. Example no. 5 00:09:55
• 11. Example no. 6 00:13:03
• 2. Hyperbola
• 1. Introduction to hyperbola 00:12:07
• 2. Defination of hyperbola 00:12:15
• 3. Properties of hyperbola 00:12:08
• 4. Terms related to hyperbola 00:10:05
• 5. Example no. 1 00:05:31
• 6. Example no. 2 00:05:39
• 7. Example no 3 00:10:17
• 8. Example no. 4 00:10:32
• 9. Example no. 5 00:06:25
• 10. Example no. 6 00:06:02
3.2 coordinate in space
• 1. Introduction 00:18:41
• 2. Projection 00:08:10
• 3. Direction cosines 00:10:22
• 4. Direction ratios-1 00:09:27
• 5. Angle between two lines using direction cosines-1 00:15:59
• 6. Angle between two lines using direction ratios 00:08:36
• 7. Example no. 1 00:05:31
• 8. Example no. 2 00:06:27
• 9. Example no. 3 00:13:33
• 10. Example no. 4 00:08:39
• 11. Example no. 5 00:10:20
• 12. Example no. 6 00:10:28
• 13. Plane 00:09:07
• 14. Different form of Equation of plane 00:10:25
• 15. Reduction into normal form 00:07:53
• 16. Different condition of planes- 00:08:34
• 17. Angle between two planes 00:08:48
• 18. Angle between line and a plane 00:07:18
• 19. distance from a given point- 00:08:50
• 20. Example no. 1 00:07:37
• 21. Example no. 2 00:08:01
• 22. Example no. 3 00:14:57
• 23. Example no. 4 00:10:19
• 24. Example no. 5 00:08:13
• 25. Example no. 6 00:06:12
4.1 Product of Vectors
• 1. Introduction 00:11:11
• 2. Vector product of two vectors-1 00:11:42
• 3. Determinant form 00:08:21
• 4. Geometrical interpretation of vector product 00:07:36
• 5. Properties of vector product 00:11:05
• 6. Expression for sinÏ´-1 00:13:32
• 7. Unit vectors 00:07:47
• 8. vector equation of st. line 00:09:03
• 9. Example no. 1 00:06:09
• 10. Example no. 2 00:05:55
• 11. Example no. 3 00:11:17
• 12. Example no. 4 00:07:14
• 13. Example no. 5 00:10:28
• 14. Example no. 6 00:05:09
• 15. Application of vector product in plane trigonometry part 1 00:13:13
• 16. Application of vector product in plane trigonometry part 2 00:09:21
• 17. Example no. 7 00:05:48
• 18. Example no. 8 00:08:50
• 19. Example no. 9 00:08:40
• 20. Example no. 10 00:05:20
4.2 Scalar triple Product
• 1. introduction 00:14:00
• 2. properties of scalar triple product part 1 00:07:36
• 3. Properties of scalar triple product part 2 00:05:35
• 4. Properties of scalar triple product parrt 3 00:05:23
• 5. Example no. 1 00:04:54
• 6. Example no. 2 00:06:50
• 7. Example no. 3 00:10:40
• 8. Example no. 4 00:09:35
• 9. Example no. 5 00:14:59
5.1 Correlation and Regression
• 1. Introduction 00:06:41
• 2. Karl pearsons correlation coefficient 00:08:20
• 3. Example no. 1 00:06:12
• 4. Example no. 2 00:05:38
• 5. interpretation of correlation coefficient 00:11:00
• 6. Example no. 3 00:06:09
• 7. Introduction to regression 00:07:36
• 8. lines of regression 00:06:10
• 9. Regression equation and coefficients 00:10:28
• 10. properties of regression coefficients 00:04:39
• 11. Example no. 1 00:08:40
• 12. Example no. 2 00:06:58
• 13. Example no. 3 00:08:05
5.2 Probability
• 1. review of class 11 Probability- 00:09:03
• 2. Dependent cases and conditional probability 00:08:17
• 3. Example no. 1 00:07:02
• 4. Example no. 2 00:05:24
• 5. interpretation of correlation coefficient 00:11:00
• 6. Theoretical distribution 00:06:25
• 8. Example no. 1 00:04:30
• 9. Example no. 2 00:06:22
• 10. Example no. 3 00:05:27
• 11. Example no. 1 00:08:40
• 12. Example no. 5 00:05:26
• 13. Example no. 6 00:06:06
6.1 Derivative
• 1. Review of class 11 00:07:58
• 2. Derivative of inverse circular function 1-1 00:06:19
• 3. Derivative of inverse circular function 2 00:05:34
• 4. Example no 1 00:06:22
• 5. Example no. 2 00:05:50
• 6. Example no. 3 00:08:16
• 7. Example no. 4 00:08:29
• 8. Example no. 5 00:07:52
• 9. Example no. 6 00:08:20
• 10. Example no. 7 00:09:37
• 11. Derivative of hyperbolic functions 00:06:46
• 12. Derivative of inverse hyperbolic function 00:05:16
• 13. Example no. 1 00:05:23
• 14. Example no. 2 00:05:29
• 15. Example no. 3 00:04:34
• 16. L hospital rule 00:07:43
• 17. Examp,e no. 1 00:03:30
• 18. Example no. 2 00:05:06
• 19. Example no. 3 00:06:19
• 20. Rolles theorem 00:09:21
• 21. Mean value theorem 00:08:41
• 22. Example no. 1 00:05:56
• 23. Example no. 2 00:04:52
• 24. Example no. 3 00:07:57
• 25. Example no. 4 00:05:31
• 26. Example no. 5 00:05:55
6.2 Anti-derivative
• 1. Standard integral part 1 00:09:47
• 2. Standard integral 1 part 2 00:10:47
• 3. Some intagrals reducible to standard form 00:05:35
• 4. Example no. 1 00:08:38
• 5. Example no. 2-1 00:07:24
• 6. Example no. 3 00:08:51
• 7. Example no. 4 00:11:28
• 8. Standard integral 2 part 1 00:09:09
• 9. standard integral 2 part 2 00:07:11
• 10. integrals reducible to standard form 00:03:14
• 11. Example no. 5 00:06:01
• 12. Example no. 6 00:10:07
• 13. standard integral of some special trigonometric functions part 1 00:06:49
• 14. standard integral of some special trigonometric functions part 2 00:08:02
• 15. standard integral of some special trigonometric functions part 3 00:08:18
• 16. Standard integral 3 00:03:45
• 17. Example no. 7 00:07:16
• 18. Example no. 8 00:08:20
• 19. Example no. 9 00:12:08
• 20. Integration of rational fractions 00:06:10
• 21. Example no. 10 00:07:54
• 22. Example no. 11 00:07:03
• 23. Example no, 12 00:08:18
• 24. special cases 1 00:06:57
• 25. Special cases 2 00:05:52
• 26. Special cases 3 00:07:26
7.1 Computing roots
• 1. introduction 00:08:10
• 2. types of error 00:10:09
• 3. Example no. 1 00:06:29
• 4. Solution of transcendental and algebraic equations 00:15:37
• 5. Example no. 2 00:08:27
• 6. Newton raphson method 00:09:34
• 7. Example no. 1 00:07:14
• 8. Example no. 2 00:08:45
• 9. Example no. 3 00:06:23
7.2 system of linear equation
• 1. Gauss elimination method 00:08:36
• 2. Example no. 1 00:07:22
• 3. Gauss elimination with partial pivoting 00:04:47
• 4. Example no. 2 00:10:14
• 5. Gauss-jordan method 00:07:48
• 6. Example no. 3 00:10:01
• 7. Gauss Seidel method 00:09:53
• 8. Ill conditioned system 00:07:58
• 9. Example no. 4 00:11:23
• 10. Gauss seidel using calculator-1 00:11:50
7.3 Numerical Integration
• 1. Introduction 00:04:47
• 2. Basic principles 00:07:00
• 3. Example no. 1 00:05:03
• 4. Composite trapezoidal rule 00:09:24
• 5. Example no. 2 00:07:07
• 6. Example no. 3 00:07:40
• 7. Example no. 4 00:05:46
• 8. Example no. 5 00:11:28
• 9. Simpsons one third rule 00:10:33
• 10. Example no. 6 00:06:40
• 11. Simpsons 3by 8 rule 00:09:04
• 12. Example no. 7 00:04:12
• 13. error of simpsons rule 00:05:07
8.1 Statics
• 1. Review of class 11 statics 00:08:51
• 2. Like parallel forces 00:11:32
• 3. Unlike parallel forces 00:10:50
• 4. Resultant of several parallel forces 00:07:06
• 5. Example no. 1 00:06:29
• 6. Example no. 2 00:09:01
• 7. Example no. 3 00:10:53
• 8. Example no. 4 00:06:33
• 9. Example no. 5 00:05:33
• 10. Example no. 6 00:04:20
• 11. Example no. 7 00:05:43
• 12. Example no. 8 00:07:25
• 13. Example no. 9 00:09:25
• 14. Varignon theorem part 1 00:12:29
• 15. Varignon theorem part 2 00:08:27
• 16. Equilibrium under coplanar forces 00:06:30
• 17. Example no. 9 00:11:24
• 18. Example no. 10 00:11:21
• 19. Example no. 11 00:13:19
• 20. Example no. 12 00:08:12
• 21. couple 00:07:37
• 22. Theorem 2 00:17:10
• 23. Theorem 3 00:11:19
• 24. Theorem no. 4 00:08:23
• 25. Theorem no. 5 00:05:16
• 26. Theorem no. 6 00:06:24
• 27. Example no. 13 00:10:26
• 28. Example no. 14 00:07:44
• 29. Example no. 15 00:03:39
8.2 Dynamics
• 1. Intro and Newton's first law of motion 00:07:33
• 2. mass and momentum 00:08:49
• 3. Newton's second law of motion 00:08:35
• 4. Weight and mass 00:05:38
• 5. Newton's third law of motion 00:04:18
• 6. conservation of linear momentum 00:07:33
• 7. Example no. 1 00:03:20
• 8. Example no. 2 00:05:31
• 9. Example no. 3 00:03:18
• 10. Example no. 4 00:05:47
• 11. Exam ple no. 5 00:06:36
• 12. Example no. 6 00:06:42
• 13. Example no. 7 00:04:29
• 14. Example no. 8 00:07:49
• 15. Example no. 9 00:05:22
• 16. Example no. 10 00:07:37
• 17. Example no. 11 00:02:37
• 18. Example no. 12 00:06:22
• 19. Projectile 00:06:10
• 20. Therms related to projectile 00:09:34
• 21. Position of projectile 00:09:21
• 22. Example no. 13 00:02:47
• 23. Example no. 14 00:05:42
• 24. Example no. 15 00:04:31
• 25. Example no. 16 00:05:23
• 26. Example no. 17 00:05:49
• 27. Example no, 18 00:04:59
• 28. Example no. 19 00:06:18
• 29. Example no. 20 00:07:32
• 30. Example no. 21 00:05:16
• 31. Example no. 22 00:04:43
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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 in finals. This course tries to cover all the general knowledge for Logic & Set, Real Number, Relation & Function, Curve Sketching, Sequences & Series, Matrices & Determinant, Complex Number, Properties of Triangle, Solution of Triangle, Straight Line, Pair of Straight Line and Conic Section (Circle &Parabola). This course also comprises with Vector, Measure of dispersion, Probability, Limit and Continuity, Derivative, Application of Derivative, Linear Programming, Numerical Computation, Statistics and Dynamics and provide sufficient solutions of past questions and list of formula needed for completing Class 12's Compulsory 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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