- The present book applied Mathematics has been written strictly as per the latest syllabus prescribed by CBSE for Class 11 students opting “applied Mathematics (code-241)” as an academic elective. Entire text has been divided into 30 chapters which have been divided into two volumes for convenient handling. Volume – I covers first 17 chapters and the remaining 13 chapters have been included in volume – II. Some unique features of the book are: - 1) details theory with illustrations 2) algorithmic approach 3) large number of graded illustrative examples 4) large number of unsolved exercise 5) large number of multiple choice questions (MCQs), very Short Answer Type questions (VSAT) and fill in the blanks type questions (fbqs).
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R D Sharma isn't the kind of author you'd bump into at lit fests. But his bestselling books have helped many CBSE students lose their dread of maths. Sunday Times profiles the tutor turned internet star
He dreams of algorithms that would give most people nightmares. And, spends every waking hour thinking of ways to explain concepts like 'series solution of linear differential equations'. Meet Dr Ravi Dutt Sharma — mathematics teacher and author of 25 reference books — whose name evokes as much awe as the subject he teaches. And though students have used his thick tomes for the last 31 years to ace the dreaded maths exam, it's only recently that a spoof video turned the tutor into a YouTube star.