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CBSE- Grade 11 Maths Syllabus

Maths is a useful and scoring subject for all students. Therefore it is a necessary subject for students to prepare well for.The CBSE board has included this subject in class 11 curriculum so that students have the ability to think and calculate and solve problems without any difficulties.CBSE board strives to give students valuable and informative education with the syllabus that he have carefully constructed. We also provide students with an interesting article with each topic that the students will cover. Thereby helping students get a clear idea and better understand the topic.

It is important for every 11th grade student to know the CBSE class 11 maths syllabus of every subject before starting their preparation for exams.

Some of the topics Covered include :


  1. Sets
  2. Relations and Functions
  3. Trignometric Functions
  4. Principle of Mathematical Induction
  5. Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equation
  6. Linear Inequalities
  7. Permutation and Combination
  8. Binomial Theorem
  9. Sequence and Series
  10. Strainght Lines
  11. Conic Sections
  12. Introduction to 3-D Geometry
  13. Limits and Derrivatives
  14. Mathematical Reasoning
  15. Statistics
  16. Probability

1.A. Sets and their representation
1.B. Types of sets: empty sets, finite and infinite sets, power set, universal set
1.C. Cardinality of sets
1.D. Subset and superset
1.E. Venn diagram
1.F. Operation on sets: union of sets
1.G. Operation on sets: intersection and difference of sets
1.H. Complement of sets
1.I. Practical problems on union and intersection of two sets

2.A. Cartesian product of sets
2.B. Relations
2.C. Function: domain and range
2.D. identity function, constant function and modulus function
2.E. Graphs of polynomial function
2.F. Graphs of rational function
2.G. Algebra of real functions
3.A. Angles
3.B. Trignometric functions
3.C. Domain and range of trignometric functions
3.D. Trignometric function of sum and difference of two angles
3.E. Trignometric equations

4.A. Introduction and motivation
4.B. The principle of mathematical induction
5.A. Algebra of complex numbers
5.B. Modulus and conjugate of complex numbers
5.C. Argand plane and polar representation
5.D. Quadratic equations
5.E. Euler’s formula and De Moivre’s theorem
6.A. Inequalities
6.B. Algebraic solution of linear inequality in one variable and their graphical representation
6.C. Graphical solution of linear inequalities in two variables
6.D. Solution of system of linear inequalities in two variables
7.A. Fundamental principle of counting
7.B. Permutations
7.C. Combinations
8.A. Binomial theorem for positive integral indices
8.B. General and middle term
9.A. Sequences and Series
9.B. Arithmetic progressions
9.C. Geometric progression
9.D. Relationship between Aithmetic mean and geometric mean
9.E. Sum to n terms of special series
10.A. Slope of a line
10.B. Various forms of equation of line
10.C. General equation of line
10.D. Distance of a point form a line
11.A. Sections of cone
11.B. Circle
11.C. Parabola
11.D. Ellipse
11.E. Hyperbola
12.A. Coordinates of point in space
12.B. Distance between two points
12.C. Section formula
13.A. Intuitive idea of derrivative
13.B. limits
13.C. Limits of trignometric function
13.D. Derrivatives
13.E. Algebra of derivative of function
14.A. Introduction
14.B. Statements
14.C. New statements from old
14.D. Special word/phrase
14.E. Implications
14.F. validating statements
14.A. Measures of dispersion and range
14.B. Mean deviation
14.C. mean deviation for ungrouped data
14.D. mean deviation for discrete frequency distribution
14.E. mean deviation for continuous frequency distribution
14.F. Variance and standard deviation
14.G. Shortcut method for finding variance and standard deviation
14.H. Analysis of frequency distribution
14.A. Random experiment
14.B. Event and types of event
14.C. Algebra of event
14.D. Axiomatic approach to probability