How to solve equations: AIEEE Maths problem, Differential Calculus IIT JEE problems

Solving equations is one very important challenge of maths and physics.
All equation can not be solve for roots but idea of roots can be obtain from use of calculus. This video lecture solves a Calculus problem from AIEEE paper. Calculus is the most important topic of Maths syllabus, be it in AIEEE papers, IIT JEE papers or in CBSE exams or ISC exams. First, the meaning of real solutions is explained in the lecture. Differential Calculus can be used to solve a part of the question. It is important to find a few things about the curve, i.e. information like whether the curve is a maxima or minima etc. The function is found to be monotonically increasing. This JEE and CBSE Maths lecture has been provided by More such questions are available at , and You can connect with Exponent Education on as well. Before you start solving previous years IIT JEE mathematics questions, you must remember to use good books like Arihant Maths for IIT JEE, TMH Maths etc. but only after you are done with your class syllabus using NCERT Maths books or Maths books prescribed by your respective boards. IIT JEE 2012 was supposed to be the last JEE in its present form. A common entrance test replacing the different engineering entrance exams was to enter the picture from 2013, however IIT faculty federation and IIT senates have disproved this. Therefore students can continue to study according to the present JEE pattern.
Make sure that you pay attention to your class curriculum right from class 11th, so that your fundamental concepts are strong. Use model test papers, CBSE question banks, CBSE sample papers, CBSE papers of previous years, IIT JEE practice papers IIT JEE question banks, CBSE solved question papers, IIT JEE question papers of previous years, AIEEE practice papers etc. to get a good idea of what kind of questions to expect in the board exams as well as competitive exams. You can take help of online lectures and online portals as well to study. Instead of wasting time and money on various IIT JEE coaching classes, realize the fact that it is not the JEE coaching institute that would help you get a rank in IIT JEE, but your own hard-work.
Now that IIT JEE results of 2012 are out, students who just finished their class 10 exams must start preparing for the engineering entrances. There is still a bit of confusion about ISEET or common entrance test, however IIT senates have rejected the idea of any change in JEE 2013. The students of class 11 and class 12 therefore must keep focus and continue their preparation for JEE. Remember that your CBSE 11 results and CBSE 12 results are also important as being thorough with your classroom curriculum would keep your brain cells working.
IIT JEE Maths test papers and sample papers of Maths for class XI and class XII would help you a great deal. You must finish the entire IIT JEE Mathematics syllabus and then only move on to solving previous years papers of IIT JEE and AIEEE.

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