# Optional Mathematics 8

Optional Math class 8 videos According to Curriculum Development Centre.

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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 8 Optional Math and will be able to secure good score in District Level Exam.

Curriculum for this course
253 Lessons 28:06:47 H:M:S
0. Introduction
2 Lessons 00:08:31 H:M:S
• 1. Introduction to Course 00:03:09 Free
• 2. Mark Distribution 00:05:22
• 1. Relation and Function
• 1. Algebra (Introduction) 00:02:01
• 2. Ordered pairs 00:04:58
• 3. Equality of ordered pairs 00:03:29
• 4. Example 1 (Ordered pairs) 00:02:40
• 5. Example 2 (Ordered pairs) 00:07:20
• 6. Cartesian product 00:05:36
• 7. Example 1 (Cartesian Product) 00:03:35
• 8. Example 2 (Cartesian Product) 00:04:59
• 9. Relations 00:08:49
• 10. Example 1 (Relations) 00:06:19
• 11. Ways of representing a relation 00:08:55
• 12. Inverse relation 00:03:44
• 13. Example 1 (Relation) 00:05:31
• 14. Example 2 (Relation) 00:06:52
• 15. Example 3 (Realtion) 00:03:18
• 16. Functions 00:07:54
• 17. Domain, range and co-domain of a function 00:07:58
• 18. Representation of function 00:09:09
• 19. Test of a function (vertical line test) 00:06:20
• 20. Example 1 (Functions) 00:04:34
• 21. Example 2 (Functions) 00:08:19
• 22. Example 3 (Functions) 00:01:32
• 23. Example 4 (Functions) 00:03:41
• 24. Example 5 (Functions) 00:04:41
• 25. Example 6(Functions) 00:02:43
• 26. Example 7 (Functions) 00:03:00
• 27. Example 8(Functions) 00:04:54
2. Polynomials
• 1. Introduction to polynomials pt.1 00:13:55
• 2. Introduction to polynomials pt.2 00:11:49
• 3. polynomials standard form 00:05:24
• 4. Types of polynomials 00:03:30
• 5. Example 1 00:01:56
• 6. Example 2 00:05:11
• 7. Degree and value of polynomials 00:08:03
• 8. Example 1 (Degree and value of polynomials) 00:05:25
• 9. Example 2 (Degree and value of polynomials) 00:08:01
• 10. Example 1 (Operation on polynomials) 00:12:46
• 11. Operation on polynomials (Product of polynomials) 00:03:54
• 12. Operation on polynomials (Sum of polynomials) 00:11:00
• 13. Example 2 (Operation on polynomials) 00:09:28
• 14. Example 3 (Operation on polynomials) 00:05:07
• 15. Example 4 (Operation on polynomials) 00:03:07
• 16. Example 5 (Operation on polynomials) 00:05:39
3. Sequence and Series
• 1. Sequence introduction 00:13:38
• 2. Series 00:09:28
• 3. Example 1 (Sequence and series) 00:10:35
• 4. Example 2 (Sequence and series) 00:04:58
• 5. Example 3(Sequence and series) 00:03:34
• 6. Sigma notation 00:10:26
• 7. Example 1 (Sigma notation) 00:06:59
• 8. Example 2 (Sigma notation) 00:09:37
• 1. Power of calculus 00:08:03
• 2. Concept of Limits using numbers(pt. 1) 00:08:26
• 3. Concept of Limits using numbers(pt. 2) 00:11:22
• 4. Example 1 (Concept of limits using numbers) 00:04:11
• 5. Example 2 (Concept of limits using numbers) 00:05:32
• 6. Concept of limits using diagrams 00:07:09
• 7. Example 1 (Concept of limits using diagrams) 00:04:44
• 8. Limit of a function 00:06:23
• 9. Finding the limit of a function 00:07:51
• 10. Example 1 (Limit of a function) 00:05:42
• 11. Example 2 (Limit of a function) 00:05:42
• 12. limits demo 00:11:18
• 13. Notational representation of limits with example 00:07:58
• 1. Matrices
• 2. Introduction to matrix 00:11:17
• 3. Equality of matrices 00:06:11
• 4. Example 1 (Matrix) 00:02:51
• 5. Example 2 (Matrix) 00:06:18
• 6. Example 3 (Matrix) 00:07:21
• 7. Types of matrices pt. 1 00:07:06
• 8. Types of matrices pt. 2 00:14:09
• 9. Example 1 (Types of matrices) 00:07:09
2. Operation on Matrices
• 1. Addition of matrices 00:06:18
• 2. Properties of addition of matrices 00:06:42
• 3. Example 1 (Addition of matrices) 00:06:26
• 4. Example 2 (Addition of matrices) 00:03:31
• 5. Multiplication of matrices 00:03:38
• 6. Example 1 (Multiplication of Matrices) 00:04:01
• 7. Example 2 (Multiplication of Matrices) 00:04:38
1. Distance Formula
• 1. Coordinate geometry Syllabus 00:04:26
• 2. Introduction to Coordinate geometry 00:18:45
• 3. Distance formula 00:14:19
• 4. Example 1 (Distance formula) 00:06:23
• 5. Example 2 (Distance formula) 00:03:46
• 6. Example 3 (Distance formula) 00:03:19
• 7. Example 4 (Distance formula) 00:04:56
• 8. Example 5 (Distance formula) 00:09:26
• 9. Example 6 (Distance formula) 00:07:25
• 10. Application of distance formula 00:16:30
• 11. Demonstration of distance formula 00:12:05
• 12. Example 1 (Application of distance formula) 00:06:29
• 13. Example 2 (Application of distance formula) 00:07:33
• 14. Example 3 (Application of distance formula) 00:04:56
• 15. Example 4 (Application of distance formula) 00:06:42
• 16. Example 5 (Application of distance formula) 00:07:56
• 17. Example 6 (Application of distance formula) 00:05:46
• 18. Example 7 (Application of distance formula) 00:08:49
2. Section formula
• 1. Section formula 00:20:56
• 2. Midpoint formula 00:06:32
• 3. Example 1 (Section formula) 00:05:07
• 4. Example 2 (Section formula) 00:04:30
• 5. Example 3 (Section formula) 00:05:14
• 6. Example 4 (Section formula) 00:02:38
• 7. Example 5 (Section formula) 00:03:27
• 8. Example 6 (Section formula) 00:05:00
• 9. Example 7 (Section formula) 00:03:46
3. Slope of a line
• 1. Slope of a line 00:24:09
• 2. Example 1 (Slope of a line) 00:01:51
• 3. Example 2 (Slope of a line) 00:03:10
• 4. Example 3 (Slope of a line) 00:02:13
• 5. Example 4 (Slope of a line) 00:06:39
4. Slope-intercept form
• 1. Slope-intercept form of a line 00:08:16
• 2. Demonstration of Slope Intercept Form 00:08:46
• 3. Example 1 (Slope intercept form) 00:03:46
• 4. Example 2 (Slope intercept form) 00:03:24
• 5. Example 3 (Slope intercept form) 00:03:53
• 6. Example 4 (Slope intercept form) 00:05:40
5. Area of Triangle
• 1. Area of Triangle 00:19:09
• 2. Example 1 (Area of Triangle) 00:04:19
• 3. Example 2 (Area of Triangle) 00:08:48
• 4. Example 3 (Area of Triangle) 00:05:08
1. Angles
• 1. Table of Content 00:05:57
• 2. Angles 00:03:27
• 3. Degree system 00:06:31
• 4. Grade system 00:05:01
• 5. Relationship between Degree and Grade system 00:04:09
• 6. Example 1 (Degree and Grade system) 00:02:48
• 7. Example 2 (Degree and Grade system) 00:07:05
• 8. Example 3 (Degree and Grade system) 00:09:48
• 9. Example 4 (Degree and Grade system) 00:01:50
• 10. Example 5 (Degree and Grade system) 00:01:25
• 11. Example 6 (Degree and Grade system) 00:03:28
• 12. Example 7 (Degree and Grade system) 00:02:55
• 13. Example 8 (Degree and Grade system) 00:04:23
• 14. Radian measure 00:12:21
• 15. Relationship between Degree, Grade and Radian measure 00:04:44
• 16. Example 1 (Radian measure) 00:04:17
• 17. Example 2 (Radian measure) 00:02:54
• 18. Example 3 (Radian measure) 00:06:00
• 19. Example 4 (Radian measure) 00:06:30
2. Pythagoras Theorem
• 1. Pythagoras Theorem 00:11:45
• 2. Pythagorean Triplets 00:03:55
• 3. Example 1 (Pythagorus Theorem) 00:07:55
3. Trigonometric Ratio
• 1. Trigonometric ratios (Introduction) 00:16:53
• 2. Example 1 (Trigonometric Ratios) 00:08:34
• 3. Example 2 (Trigonometric Ratios) 00:11:12
• 4. Example 3 (Trigonometric Ratios) 00:05:17
• 5. Example 4 (Trigonometric Ratios) 00:04:37
• 6. Example 5 (Trigonometric Ratios) 00:07:32
4. Operation on Trigonometric ratios
• 2. Example 1 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:04:00
• 3. Example 2 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:04:26
• 4. Example 3 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:05:11
• 5. Example 4 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:02:20
• 6. Example 5 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:07:43
• 7. Example 6 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:05:28
• 8. Example 7 (Operation on Trigonometric ratios) 00:05:19
5. Relationship among Trigonometric ratios
• 1. Reciprocal relations (Relationship among Trigonometric ratios) 00:05:28
• 2. Quotient relations (Relationship among Trigonometric ratios) 00:05:29
• 3. Pythagorean relations (Relationship among Trigonometric ratios) 00:10:04
• 4. Trigonometric identities 00:10:04
• 5. Example 1 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:03:02
• 6. Example 2 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:03:19
• 7. Example 3 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:05:35
• 8. Example 4 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:05:40
• 9. Example 5 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:04:37
• 10. Example 6 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:07:15
• 11. Example 7 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:04:15
• 12. Example 8 (Trigonometric Identities) 00:07:57
6. Value of Trigonometric ratios
• 1. Unit Circle 00:13:06
• 2. Value of Trigonometric ratios 00:24:04
• 3. Example 1 (Value of Trigonometric ratios) 00:03:11
• 4. Example 2 (Value of Trigonometric ratios) 00:03:08
• 5. Example 3 (Value of Trigonometric ratios) 00:04:44
• 6. Example 4 (Value of Trigonometric ratios) 00:02:55
• 7. Example 5 (Value of Trigonometric ratios) 00:04:56
• 8. Example 6 (Value of Trigonometric ratios) 00:05:27
7. Complementary angles
• 1. Complementary angles 00:11:17
• 2. Example 1 (Complementary angles) 00:04:08
• 3. Example 2 (Complementary angles) 00:04:27
• 4. Example 3 (Complementary angles) 00:01:35
• 5. Example 4 (Complementary angles) 00:02:24
• 6. Example 5 (Complementary angles) 00:02:57
8. Height and Distance
• 1. Height and Distance 00:11:02
• 2. Example 1 (Height and Distance) 00:07:20
• 3. Example 2 (Height and Distance) 00:09:12
• 4. Example 3 (Height and Distance) 00:11:17
• 5. Example 4 (Height and Distance) 00:08:07
• 6. Example 5 (Height and Distance) 00:07:33
• 7. Example 6 (Height and Distance) 00:06:06
1. Introduction to vector
• 1. Vector (Syllabus) 00:02:21
• 2. Introduction to vectors 00:14:02
• 3. Components of a Vector 00:05:46
• 4. Example 1 (Introduction to vector) 00:03:28
• 5. Example 2 (Introduction to vector) 00:04:48
2. Types of vector
• 1. Column vector 00:07:05
• 2. Magnitude and direction of vector 00:11:21
• 3. Types of vectors 00:07:55
• 4. Position vector 00:04:13
• 5. Unit vector 00:10:41
• 6. Example 1 (Types of vector) 00:03:10
• 7. Example 2 (Types of vector) 00:02:23
• 8. Example 3 (Types of vector) 00:03:06
• 9. Example 4 (Types of vector) 00:03:37
3. Operation on vectors
• 1. Operation on vectors (Addition and Subtraction of Vectors) 00:10:50
• 2. Example 1 (Addition and subtraction of vectors) 00:03:00
• 3. Example 2 (Addition and subtraction of vectors) 00:02:47
• 4. Example 3 (Addition and subtraction of vectors) 00:04:51
• 5. Vector Geogebra Demonstration 00:14:46
1. Transformation
• 1. Transformation Syllabus 00:02:37
• 2. Transformation (Introduction) 00:08:56
2. Translation
• 1. Translation 00:08:21
• 2. Translation (using Co-ordinates) 00:08:21
• 3. Example 1 (Translation) 00:07:17
• 4. Example 2 (Translation) 00:04:42
3. Reflection
• 1. Reflection 00:09:35
• 2. Reflection (Using Co-ordinates) 00:07:38
• 3. Example 1 (Reflection) 00:05:07
• 4. Example 2 (Reflection) 00:05:22
4. Rotation
• 1. Rotation 00:11:36
• 2. Rotation (Using coordinates) 00:16:13
• 3. Example 1 (Rotation) 00:05:31
• 4. Example 2 (Rotation) 00:04:41
• 5. Transformation Geogebra Demonstration 00:16:50
1. Arithmetic mean
• 1. Statistics Syllabus 00:04:18
• 2. Arithmetic Mean 00:15:31
• 3. Example 1 (Arithmetic mean) 00:04:20
• 4. Example 2 (Arithmetic mean) 00:03:18
• 5. Example 3 (Arithmetic mean) 00:03:58
• 6. Example 4 (Arithmetic mean) 00:07:44
• 7. Example 5 (Arithmetic mean) 00:05:13
• 8. Example 6 (Arithmetic mean) 00:04:35
2. Median
• 1. Median 00:11:21
• 2. Example 1 (Median) 00:03:39
• 3. Example 2 (Median) 00:04:33
• 4. Example 3 (Median) 00:04:20
• 5. Example 4 (Median) 00:05:38
3. Quartiles
• 1. Quartiles 00:11:18
• 2. Example 1 (Quartiles) 00:04:28
• 3. Example 2 (Quartiles) 00:07:10
• 4. Example 3 (Quartiles) 00:03:16
• 5. Example 4 (Quartiles) 00:08:14
4. Mode
• 1. Mode 00:11:57
• 2. Example 1 (Mode) 00:04:05
5. Measures of Dispersion
• 1. Measures of Dispersion 00:04:06
• 2. Range 00:10:00
• 3. Example 1 (Range) 00:04:50
• 4. Example 2 (Range) 00:03:08
• 5. Example 3 (Range) 00:02:53
• 6. Example 4 (Range) 00:04:25
• 7. Statistics Geogebra Demonstration 00:10:30
Requirements
• Students are required to have sound knowledge of Class 7 Optional Maths, 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 Class 8 students, for securing good score and crack District Level Examination. This course tries to cover all the general knowledge for Algebra, Polynomials, Sequences & Series and Limits. This course also comprises with Matrix, Co-ordinate Geometry, Trigonometry, Vector, Transformation and Statistics along with solution of frequently asked questions' solutions and list of formula needed for completing Class 8's Optional 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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