Optional Mathematics 10

Optional Math class 10 videos According to Curriculum Development Centre, Nepal Designed for SEE Students.

Intermediate 5 (12 Reviews ) 1959 Students enrolled
Created by Mero School Last updated Fri, 14-May-2021 Nepali
What will I learn?
• After Completion of this Course, Students will get complete knowledge of class 10 Optional Maths and will be able to secure good score in SEE exam.

Curriculum for this course
488 Lessons 52:52:43 H:M:S
0. Course Intro
2 Lessons 00:10:18 H:M:S
• 1. Introduction to Optional Math 00:03:15
• 2. Table of Content 00:07:03
• 1. Functions
Algebraic functions
• 1.1.1. Functions(Introduction) 00:07:15
• 1.1.2. Functions(Revision) 00:07:02
• 1.1.3. Types of functions 00:11:03
• 1.1.4. Algebraic functions 00:04:02
• 1.1.5. Linear functions 00:06:27
• 1.1.6. Linear functions(Demonstration) 00:11:20
• 1.1.7. Constant function and Identity function 00:05:49
• 1.1.10. Cubic function 00:05:05
• 1.1.11. Cubic functions(Demonstration) 00:05:55
• 1.1.12. Trigonometric functions 00:04:16
• 1.1.13. Unit circle 00:03:46
• 1.1.14. Drawing graph of sin x 00:07:53
• 1.1.15. Drawing graph of cos x 00:07:40
• 1.1.16. Drawing graph of tan x 00:13:03
• Composite functions
• 1. 2. 1. Composite Functions 00:06:40
• 1. 2. 2. Example 1(Composite functions) 00:05:11
• 1. 2. 3. Example 2(Composite functions) 00:08:03
• 1. 2. 4. Example 3(Composite functions) 00:08:19
• 1. 2. 5. Example 4(Composite functions) 00:03:48
• 1. 2. 6. Example 5(Composite functions) 00:05:00
• 1. 2. 7. Example 6(Composite functions) 00:06:03
• 1. 2. 8. Example 7(Composite functions) 00:05:16
• 1. 2. 9. Example 8(Composite functions) 00:05:18
• 1. 2. 10. Example 9(Composite functions) 00:08:18
• 1. 2. 11. Example 10(Composite functions) 00:04:02
• 1. 2. 12. Example 11(Composite functions) 00:03:24
• 1. 2. 13. Example 12(Composite functions) 00:05:25
• Inverse functions
• 1. 3. 1. Inverse functions 00:08:42
• 1. 3. 2. Example 1(Inverse functions) 00:06:20
• 1. 3. 3. Example 2(Inverse functions) 00:09:03
• 1. 3. 4. Example 3(Inverse functions) 00:04:09
• 1. 3. 5. Example 4(Inverse functions) 00:02:52
• 1. 3. 6. Example 5(Inverse functions) 00:05:42
• 1. 3. 7. Example 6(Inverse functions) 00:04:08
• 1. 3. 8. Example 7(Inverse functions) 00:04:06
• 1. 3. 9. Example 8(Inverse functions) 00:05:27
• 1. 3. 10. Example 9(Inverse functions) 00:03:30
• 1. 3. 11. Example 10(Inverse functions) 00:05:41
2. Polynomials
• 2. 1. Polynomials 00:09:52
• 2. 2. Division of polynomials(Long division) 00:10:51
• 2. 3. Example 1(Division of polynomials) 00:10:00
• 2. 4. Example 2(Division of polynomials) 00:07:14
• 2. 5. Example 3(Division of polynomials) 00:04:35
• 2. 6. Synthetic division 00:09:59
• 2. 7. Example 1(Synthetic division) 00:05:02
• 2. 8. Divisor of form (px-q) 00:03:12
• 2. 9. Example 2(Synthetic division) 00:05:58
• 2. 10. Example 3(Synthetic division) 00:03:47
• 2. 11.Remainder Theorem 00:07:03
• 2. 12. Example 1(Remainder Theorem) 00:02:53
• 2. 13. Example 2(Remainder Theorem) 00:03:44
• 2. 14. Example 3(Remainder Theorem) 00:02:34
• 2. 15. Example 4(Remainder Theorem) 00:03:34
• 2. 16. Factor theorem 00:04:06
• 2. 17. Example 1(Factor Theorem) 00:03:35
• 2. 18. Example 2(Factor Theorem) 00:04:08
• 2. 19. Example 3(Factor Theorem) 00:05:46
• 2. 20. Example 4(Factor Theorem) 00:03:10
• 2. 21. Polynomial equation 00:04:32
• 2. 22. Example 1(Polynomial equation) 00:11:08
• 2. 23. Example 2(Polynomial equation) 00:10:53
• 2. 24. Example 3(Polynomial equation) 00:07:25
• 2. 25. Example 4(Polynomial equation) 00:07:03
3. Arithmetic sequence
• 3. 1. Arithmetic sequence and series 00:09:05
• 3. 2. Example 1(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:02:17
• 3. 3. Example 2(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:02:19
• 3. 4. Example 3(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:02:24
• 3. 5. Example 4(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:05:29
• 3. 6. Example 5(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:05:13
• 3. 7. Example 6(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:06:10
• 3. 8. Example 7(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:06:48
• 3. 9. Example 8(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:03:21
• 3. 10. Example 9(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:07:43
• 3. 11. Example 10(Arithmetic sequence and series) 00:05:21
• 3. 12. Arithmetic mean 00:06:56
• 3. 13. Example 1(Arithmetic mean) 00:01:37
• 3. 14. Example 2(Arithmetic mean) 00:03:49
• 3. 15. Example 3(Arithmetic mean) 00:03:56
• 3. 16. Example 4(Arithmetic mean) 00:06:14
• 3. 17. Example 5(Arithmetic mean) 00:04:07
• 3. 18. Arithmetic Sum 00:10:14
• 3. 19. Sum of first n Natural numbers, Even numbers and odd numbers 00:08:45
• 3. 20. Example 1(Arithmetic sum) 00:03:00
• 3. 21. Example 2(Arithmetic sum) 00:03:13
• 3. 22. Example 3(Arithmetic sum) 00:04:20
• 3. 23. Example 4(Arithmetic sum) 00:07:24
• 3. 24. Example 5(Arithmetic sum) 00:06:02
• 3. 25. Example 6(Arithmetic sum) 00:03:18
• 3. 26. Example 7(Arithmetic sum) 00:05:25
• 3. 27. Example 8(Arithmetic sum) 00:04:40
• 3. 28. Example 9(Arithmetic sum) 00:05:07
4. Geometric sequence
• 4. 1. Geometric sequence and series 00:07:53
• 4. 2. Example 1(Geometric sequence) 00:02:08
• 4. 3. Example 2(Geometric sequence) 00:02:38
• 4. 4. Example 3(Geometric sequence) 00:03:56
• 4. 5. Example 4(Geometric sequence) 00:04:03
• 4. 6. Example 5(Geometric sequence) 00:09:53
• 4. 7. Example 6(Geometric sequence) 00:02:42
• 4. 8. Example 7(Geometric sequence) 00:04:51
• 4. 9. Example 8(Geometric sequence) 00:08:54
• 4. 10. Geometric mean 00:05:35
• 4. 11. Example 1 (Geometric mean) 00:01:34
• 4. 12. Example 2 (Geometric mean) 00:03:28
• 4. 13. Example 3 (Geometric mean) 00:03:50
• 4. 14. Example 4 (Geometric mean) 00:06:05
• 4. 15. Example 5 (Geometric mean) 00:04:13
• 4. 16. Geometric sequence and series 00:11:17
• 4. 17. Example 1(Geometric sum) 00:06:02
• 4. 18. Example 2(Geometric sum) 00:02:04
• 4. 19. Example 3(Geometric sum) 00:02:57
• 4. 20. Example 4(Geometric sum) 00:02:52
• 4. 21. Example 5(Geometric sum) 00:04:46
• 4. 22. Example 6(Geometric sum) 00:05:40
• 4. 23. Example 7(Geometric sum) 00:05:35
• 4. 24. Example 8(Geometric sum) 00:03:15
• 4. 25. Example 9(Geometric sum) 00:03:04
• 4. 26. Example 10(Geometric sum) 00:05:35
• 4. 27. Example 11(Geometric sum) 00:06:32
5. System of linear inequalities and Linear programming
• 5. 1. System of linear inequalities 00:11:11
• 5. 2. Example 1(System of linear inequalities) 00:09:39
• 5. 3. Example 2(System of linear inequalities) 00:06:17
• 5. 4. Example 3(System of linear inequalities) 00:09:07
• 5. 5. Example 4(System of linear inequalities) 00:06:18
• 5. 6. Linear programming 00:06:19
• 5. 7. Example 1(Linear programming) 00:22:31
• 5. 8. Example 2(Linear programming) 00:13:43
• 6. 1. Quadratic equation 00:15:31
• 6. 2. Example 1(Quadratic equation) 00:07:46
• 6. 3. Solution of Linear and quadratic equations(Example 1) 00:16:21
• 6. 4. Example 2(Solution of Linear and quadratic equations) 00:16:04
• 1. Limits and Continuity ( Introduction) 00:04:46
• 2. Power of Calculus 00:07:15
• 3. Numbers and discontinuity 00:11:01
• 4. What are limits ? 00:09:17
• 5. What are limits ? (Demonstration) 00:13:01
• 6. Continuity and discontinuity in graph 00:15:50
• 7. Interval notation and Set notation 00:08:12
• 8. Example 1(Continuity) 00:03:33
• 9. Example 2(Continuity) 00:02:35
• 10. Example 3(Continuity) 00:01:42
• 11. Example 4(Continuity) 00:06:38
• 12. Example 5(Continuity) 00:06:51
• 13. Example 6(Continuity) 00:05:54
• 1. Matrix(Introduction) 00:02:33
• 2. What are matrices ? 00:09:34
• 3. Determinants 00:02:32
• 4. Example 1 (Determinants) 00:01:36
• 5. Example 2 (Determinants) 00:03:22
• 6. Example 3 (Determinants) 00:01:59
• 7. Example 4 (Determinants) 00:03:12
• 8. Inverse matrix 00:15:39
• 9. Example 1 (Inverse matrix) 00:02:37
• 10. Example 2 (Inverse matrix) 00:10:11
• 11. Example 3 (Inverse matrix) 00:09:05
• 12. Solution of system of linear equations (Matrix method) 00:03:20
• 13. Examples 1 (Solution of system of linear equations by Matrix method) 00:05:48
• 14. Examples 2 (Solution of system of linear equations by Matrix method) 00:06:30
• 15. Cramer's rule 00:04:10
• 16. Example 1 (Cramer's rule) 00:04:37
• 17. Example 2 (Cramer's rule) 00:05:03
• 18. Example 3 (Cramer's rule) 00:05:07
• 1. Angle between two lines
• 1. 1. Co-ordinate geometry (Introduction) 00:04:51
• 1. 2. Angle between two lines 00:06:51
• 1. 3. Example 1 (Angle between two lines) 00:05:28
• 1. 4. Angle between two lines demonstration 00:08:08
• 1. 5. Condition for perpendicular and parallel lines 00:05:41
• 1. 6. Example 2 (Condition for perpendicular and parallel lines) 00:03:03
• 1. 7. Example 3 (Condition for perpendicular and parallel lines) 00:02:09
• 1. 8. Condition for perpendicula and parallel lines (Demostration) 00:08:01
• 1. 9. Angle between lines given in general form(ax+by+c=0) 00:14:01
• 1. 10. Example 4 (Angle between lines given in general form) 00:04:22
• 1. 11. Example 5 (Angle between lines given in general form) 00:03:23
• 1. 12. Example 6 (Angle between lines given in general form) 00:04:06
• 1. 13. Angle between lines given in general form (Demostration) 00:08:25
• 1. 14. Any line parallel and perpendicular to ax+by+c=0 00:10:06
• 1. 15. Example 7 (Any line parallel and perpendicular to ax+by+c=0) 00:07:30
• 1. 16. Example 8 (Any line parallel and perpendicular to ax+by+c=0) 00:04:45
• 1. 17. Example 9 (Any line parallel and perpendicular to ax+by+c=0) 00:12:06
2. Pair of straight lines
• 2. 1. Pair of straight lines 00:06:28
• 2. 2. Pair of straight lines (Demonstration) 00:07:23
• 2. 3. Homogeneous equation of second degree 00:09:10
• 2. 4. Example 1 (Homogeneous equation of second degree) 00:05:56
• 2. 5. Angles between the lines repesented by the homogeneous equation 00:09:17
• 2. 6. Example 2 (Angles between the lines repesented by the homogeneous equation) 00:04:26
• 2. 7. Angles between the lines repesented by the homogeneous equation (Demostration) 00:09:51
• 2. 8. Condition for lines represented by homogeneous equation to be parallel and perpendicular 00:05:13
• 2. 9. Example 3 (Condition for lines represented by homogeneous equation to be parallel and perpendicular) 00:02:36
• 2. 10. Example 4 (Condition for lines represented by homogeneous equation to be parallel and perpendicular) 00:02:34
• 2. 11. The single equation of lines perpendicular to the given lines represented by homogeneous equation 00:07:29
• 2. 12. Example 5 (Co-ordinate geometry) 00:02:57
• 2. 13. Example 6 (Co-ordinate geometry) 00:07:45
• 2. 14. Example 7 (Co-ordinate geometry) 00:02:55
• 2. 15. Example 8 (Co-ordinate geometry) 00:07:02
• 2. 16. Example 9 (Co-ordinate geometry) 00:08:37
3. Conic sections
• 3. 1. Conic section 00:06:08
• 3. 2. Conic section (Demonstration) 00:24:30
• 3. 3. Degenerated conics 00:02:44
4. Circle
• 4. 1. Circle 00:04:51
• 4. 2. Excercise 1 (Circle) 00:02:25
• 4. 3. Equation of a circle centered at (h,k) and radius r 00:03:16
• 4. 4. Example 2 (Circle) 00:04:30
• 4. 5. Equation of circle whose end points of diameter are known 00:05:20
• 4. 6. Example 3 (Circle) 00:03:31
• 4. 7. General equation of circle 00:06:26
• 4. 8. Example 4 (Circle) 00:04:56
• 4. 9. Concentric circles 00:04:40
• 4. 10. Example 5 (Circle) 00:04:26
• 4. 11. Circle (Demonstration) 00:15:38
• 4. 12. Example 6 (Circle) 00:06:02
• 4. 13. Example 7 (Circle) 00:13:43
• 4. 14. Example 8 (Circle) 00:10:26
• 4. 15. Example 9 (Circle) 00:03:33
• 4. 16. Example 10 (Circle) 00:04:48
1. Multiple angles
• 1. 1. Trigonometric identities (Introduction) 00:04:41
• 1. 2. Multiple angle formulas 00:10:05
• 1. 3. Example 1 (Multiple angles) 00:07:15
• 1. 4. Example 2 (Multiple angles) 00:03:54
• 1. 5. Example 3(Multiple angles) 00:02:48
• 1. 6. Example 4 (Multiple angles) 00:05:17
• 1. 7. Example 5 (Multiple angles) 00:09:30
• 1. 8. Example 6 (Multiple angles) 00:08:59
• 1. 9. Example 7 (Multiple angles) 00:14:12
• 1. 10. Example 8 (Multiple angles) 00:07:14
• 1. 11. Example 9 (Multiple angles) 00:06:07
• 1. 12. Example 10 (Multiple angles) 00:04:50
2. Sub-multiple angles
• 2. 1. Sub-multiple angles 00:03:53
• 2. 2. Example 1 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:03:44
• 2. 3. Example 2 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:03:06
• 2. 4. Example 3 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:03:52
• 2. 5. Example 4 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:02:28
• 2. 6. Example 5 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:02:14
• 2. 7. Example 6 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:03:03
• 2. 8. Example 7 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:03:38
• 2. 9. Example 8 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:05:03
• 2. 10. Example 9 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:04:27
• 2. 11. Example 10 (Sub-multiple angles) 00:03:23
3. Transformation of trigonometric identities
• 3. 1. Transformation of trigonometric identities 00:07:08
• 3. 2. Example 1 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:02:53
• 3. 3. Example 2 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:04:07
• 3. 4. Example 3 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:05:23
• 3. 5. Example 4 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:05:14
• 3. 6. Example 5 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:06:21
• 3. 7. Example 6 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:06:43
• 3. 8. Example 7 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:06:08
• 3. 9. Example 8 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:05:29
• 3. 10. Example 9 (Transformation of trigonometric identities) 00:05:06
4. Conditional Identities
• 4. 1. Conditional Identities 00:02:57
• 4. 2. Example 1 (Conditional Identities) 00:12:40
• 4. 3. Example 2 (Conditional Identities) 00:06:11
• 4. 4. Example 3 (Conditional Identities) 00:05:00
• 4. 5. Example 4 (Conditional Identities) 00:05:17
• 4. 6. Example 5 (Conditional Identities) 00:08:04
• 4. 7. Example 6 (Conditional Identities) 00:05:57
• 4. 8. Example 7 (Conditional Identities) 00:06:28
• 4. 9. Example 8 (Conditional Identities) 00:06:22
• 4. 10. Example 9 (Conditional Identities) 00:07:33
• 4. 11. Example 10 (Conditional Identities) 00:06:13
5. Trigonometric equation
• 5. 1. Trigonometric equation 00:10:54
• 5. 2. Example 1 (Trigonometric equation) 00:06:06
• 5. 3. Example 2 (Trigonometric equation) 00:04:39
• 5. 4. Example 3 (Trigonometric equation) 00:05:55
• 5. 5. Example 4 (Trigonometric equation) 00:04:36
• 5. 6. Example 5 (Trigonometric equation) 00:08:32
• 5. 7. Example 6 (Trigonometric equation) 00:06:38
• 5. 8. Example 7 (Trigonometric equation) 00:05:38
• 5. 9. Example 8 (Trigonometric equation) 00:07:10
6. Height and distance
• 6. 1. Height and distance 00:07:08
• 6. 2. Example 1 (Height and distance 00:06:42
• 6. 3. Example 2 (Height and distance 00:09:36
• 6. 4. Example 3 (Height and distance 00:09:02
• 6. 5. Example 4 (Height and distance 00:10:34
• 6. 6. Example 5 (Height and distance 00:09:20
• 6. 7. Example 6 (Height and distance 00:09:47
• 6.8. Example 7 (Height and distance 00:11:47
1. Scalar Product
• 1. 1. Vectors(Introduction) 00:06:12
• 1. 2. Scalar product 00:15:58
• 1. 3. Properties of scalar product 00:14:12
• 1. 4. Angle between two vectors 00:14:47
• 1. 5. Angle between two vectors(Demonstration) 00:20:14
• 1. 6. Example 1 (Angle between two vectors) 00:05:49
• 1. 7. Example 2 (Angle between two vectors) 00:04:37
• 1. 8. Example 3 (Angle between two vectors) 00:03:56
• 1. 9. Example 4 (Angle between two vectors) 00:01:50
• 1. 10. Example 5 (Angle between two vectors) 00:05:42
• 1. 11. Example 6 (Angle between two vectors) 00:03:06
• 1. 12. Example 7 (Angle between two vectors) 00:04:00
• 1. 13. Example 8 (Angle between two vectors) 00:04:55
• 1. 14. Example 9 (Angle between two vectors) 00:02:50
2. Vector geometry
• 2. 1. Vector Geometry (Theorem 1) 00:04:29
• 2. 2. Vector Geometry (Theorem 2) 00:06:05
• 2. 3. Vector Geometry (Theorem 3) 00:04:35
• 2. 4. Vector Geometry (Theorem 4) 00:05:44
• 2. 5. Vector Geometry (Theorem 5) 00:04:55
• 2. 6. Example 1 (Vector Geometry) 00:03:17
• 2. 7. Example 2 (Vector Geometry) 00:01:50
• 2. 8. Example 3 (Vector Geometry) 00:02:44
• 2. 9. Example 4 (Vector Geometry) 00:04:00
• 2. 10. Example 5 (Vector Geometry) 00:03:53
• 2. 11. Example 6 (Vector Geometry) 00:03:27
• 2. 12. Example 7 (Vector Geometry) 00:02:07
3. Theorems on triangles, quadrilaterals and semicircles
• 3. 1. Theorem 1 00:08:45
• 3. 2. Theorem 2 (Theorems related to triangle) 00:08:54
• 3. 3. Theorem 3 (Theorems related to triangle) 00:07:52
• 3. 4. Theorem 4 00:11:36
• 3. 5. Theorem 5 00:06:53
• 3. 6. Theorem 6 00:06:07
• 3. 7. Theorem 7 00:07:46
• 3. 8. Theorem 8 00:06:25
1. Combinantion of transformation
• 1. 1. Transformation (Introduction) 00:04:20
• 1. 2. Transformation (Revision) 00:19:10
• 1. 3. Combination of Translation 00:05:40
• 1. 4. Combination of Reflection 00:07:40
• 1. 5. Combination of Rotation 00:03:48
• 1. 6. Combination of Enlargement 00:11:23
• 1. 7. Example 1 (Combination of transformation) 00:10:36
• 1. 8. Example 2 (Combination of transformation) 00:12:16
• 1. 9. Example 3 (Combination of transformation) 00:08:52
• 1. 10. Example 4 (Combination of transformation) 00:04:58
• 1. 11. Example 5 (Combination of transformation) 00:07:15
2. Inversion transformation and Inversion Circle
• 2. 1. Inversion transformation and Inversion Circle 00:08:42
• 2. 2. Inversion point through a circle centered at origin and radius r 00:07:22
• 2. 3. Inversion point through a circle centered at (h,k) and radius r 00:09:08
• 2. 4. Example 1 (Inversion transformation and Inversion Circle) 00:02:32
• 2. 5. Example 2 (Inversion transformation and Inversion Circle) 00:03:04
• 2. 6. Example 3 (Inversion transformation and Inversion Circle) 00:04:00
3. Transformation using matrices
• 3. 1. Transformation using matrices (Translation) 00:05:03
• 3. 2. Transformation using matrices (Reflection, Rotation and Enlargement) 00:19:15
• 3. 3. Rotation using Rotation matrix (Demonstration) 00:15:49
• 3. 4. Example 1 (Transformation using matrices) 00:09:26
• 3. 5. Example 2 (Transformation using matrices) 00:04:33
• 3. 6. Example 3 (Transformation using matrices) 00:06:27
• 3. 7. Example 4 (Transformation using matrices) 00:04:30
1. Quartile deviation and its coefficient
• 1. 1. Statistics (Introduction) 00:05:07
• 1. 2. Measures of Dispersion (Quartile deviation) 00:10:07
• 1. 3. Example 1 (Quartile deviation) 00:14:06
• 1. 4. Example 2 (Quartile deviation) 00:13:45
• 1. 5. Example 3 (Quartile deviation) 00:13:45
• 1. 6. Example 4 (Quartile deviation) 00:13:29
2. Mean deviation
• 2. 1. Mean Deviation 00:08:36
• 2. 2. Example 1 (Mean deviation from mean) 00:09:54
• 2. 3. Example 2 (Mean deviation from median) 00:10:41
• 2. 4. Example 3 (Mean deviation from median) 00:11:40
3. Standard Deviation
• 3. 1. Standard deviation 00:14:03
• 3. 2. Example 1 (Standard deviation) 00:12:08
• 3. 3. Example 2 (Standard deviation) 00:12:58
• 3. 4. Example 3 (Standard deviation) 00:14:43
• 3. 5. Example 4 (Standard deviation) 00:06:25
• 3. 6. Standard Deviation (Demonstration) 00:14:22
2073 SEE RE-231
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2074 SEE RE-231
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2074 SEE supplementary
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• Question 7 00:05:20
• Question 8 00:04:04
• Question 9 00:04:35
• Question 10 00:06:08
• Question 11 00:05:11
• Question 12 00:08:57
• Question 13 00:03:51
• Question 14 00:06:07
• Question 15 00:06:27
• Question 16 00:06:21
• Question 17 00:08:09
• Question 18 00:08:03
• Question 19 00:05:00
• Question 20 00:05:53
• Question 21 00:05:17
• Question 22 00:06:50
• Question 23 00:07:37
• Question 24 00:05:26
• Question 25 00:07:06
Requirements
• Students are required to have sound knowledge of Class 9 optional math , based on CDC curriculum.
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Description

The videos herein are strictly based on Nepal CDC curriculum, promoting e-Learning in Nepal and are made with intention to provide guidance to the SEE appearing students, for securing good score and crack SEE. The course tries to cover all the basics of Algebraic Function, Composite Function, Inverse Function and Polynomials. This course also comprises with Arithmetic Sequences, Limit and Continuity, Matric-ordinate Geometry Trigonometry, Vectors, Transformation and Statistics along with solution of most frequently asked questions in SEE with fundamental theories and numerical needed for completing Class 10's Optional Math. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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