There is one thing for sure, nobody can exactly quess the Mathematics questions but the pattern can be traced out.

**Section A**The first question is compulsory. It has ten parts. It covers the entire of syllabus. The expected topics in the form of small three marks questions in serial are :

(i) Matrix

(ii) Inverse Trignometric Functions

(iii) Conics

(iv) Limits

(v) Differenciation

(vi) Integration

(vii) Probability

(viii) Correlation/Regression

(ix) Complex Numbers

(x) Differential Equations

Now, five questions need to be attempted out of remaining eight. The expected serial is :

(a) Determinant : A proving question

(b) Matrix : A question from the use of matrix to solve a three variable equation.

(a) Lagrange Theorem/Rolle Theorem (Lagarange -70%, Rolle -30%)

(b) Conics

(a) Inverse Function Proving

(b) Boolean Proving

(a) Differentiation

(b) Maxima and Minima

(a) Definite Integration

(b) Application of Integration

(a) Correlation (Karl Pearson more Important)

(b) Regression

(a) Probability

(b) Probability

(a) Differential Equations (I.F. Important)

(b) Complex Numbers (Locus not Important)

All the topics will be covered. There a six topics and six questions will be asked.

**Ques.1.**(i) Matrix

(ii) Inverse Trignometric Functions

(iii) Conics

(iv) Limits

(v) Differenciation

(vi) Integration

(vii) Probability

(viii) Correlation/Regression

(ix) Complex Numbers

(x) Differential Equations

Now, five questions need to be attempted out of remaining eight. The expected serial is :

**Ques.2.**(a) Determinant : A proving question

(b) Matrix : A question from the use of matrix to solve a three variable equation.

**Ques.3.**(a) Lagrange Theorem/Rolle Theorem (Lagarange -70%, Rolle -30%)

(b) Conics

**Ques.4.**(a) Inverse Function Proving

(b) Boolean Proving

**Ques.5.**(a) Differentiation

(b) Maxima and Minima

**Ques.6.**(a) Definite Integration

(b) Application of Integration

**Ques.7.**(a) Correlation (Karl Pearson more Important)

(b) Regression

**Ques.8.**(a) Probability

(b) Probability

**Ques.9.**(a) Differential Equations (I.F. Important)

(b) Complex Numbers (Locus not Important)

**Section B & Section C**All the topics will be covered. There a six topics and six questions will be asked.

**VERY IMPORTANT NOTE :**All analysis and predictions under this sections are made by panel of experienced teachers on the basis of previous year board patterns. We are in no way associated with the board or take the responsibility if the predictions go wrong. All mentioned details in analysis are expected on the simple basis of probability.

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DeleteHow much marks questions have to be attempted by us?

ReplyDeleteIs it 80.

3×10+5×10=80

What does 20 marks intend for?

Please help me with it.

How much marks questions have to be attempted by us?

ReplyDeleteIs it 80.

3×10+5×10=80

What does 20 marks intend for?

Please help me with it.

Dear divanshu, question 1 for 30 marks, any 5 questions from question 2 to 9 will carry 50 marks.

DeleteYou have to answer either section B or C for 20 marks.

You need to answer any two questions out of three questions in this sections.

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