# Plus One (XI) / Plus Two (XII) Mathematics Study Materials

**Last updated on 09.10.2016:**Here begins the compilation of study materials for Higher Secondary Plus One and Plus Two Mathematics. We intend to include relevant questions of the Higher Secondary Public Examinations and their answers ,short study materials in sub units, along with the content study.

As a new venture we have started an entrance oriented study with previous questions and test papers included in our blog this academic year by the famous entrance coaching expert Sri Ramesh Chennessery, Director of The 'Centre for Future Studies'. We expect the wholehearted co-operation of the teachers and students of the HSS departments,Kerala and abroad. Sri Ramesh has also published 'Formula Master' a guide with formulas and short cut formulas to enhance students preparing for competitive exams. The HSSLiVE Team wishes all students success in their future endeavours.

Sir, +1 result eppol publish chryyum

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ReplyDeleteTHANK YOU SIR..........

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ReplyDeleteEven though I am teaching Mathematics for the last 22 years, still I am a student. So valuable suggestions and advices are welcome. One or two typographical errors are noticed and are corrected. If you find any errors now, then please mention it. With regards, Remesh.

From where to get Formula Master by Remesh Sir

ReplyDeleteSir, in Trivandrum, it will be available in H&C Store,Ayurveda College and ACADEMIC BOOK, Pulimoodu. The price of each unit is Rs.300/- there. For bulk orders(more than 20 copies, I will arrange it for Rs.150/- per unit). By Remesh

ReplyDeleteSir,This blog will be very useful to the plus two students. It contain all the matter in the text in a short cut manner and make us remember the formulas easily. Thank you sir. And also the formula master is also a very informative book which you have published. I too bought the book and it's so informative and help us to get a very good score. THANK YOU REMESH SIR

ReplyDeleteThank you sir

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ReplyDeletesir,will you publish +1 &+2 zoology,physics notes please...............

ReplyDelete@RESHMA.R.D Rd Follow these links

ReplyDeleteXI Zoology Notes

XII Zoology Notes

XI Physics Notes

XII Physics Notes

Sir more chapters

ReplyDeletePls More chapters(7th chapter note +2mathamatics)

ReplyDeleteReally good efforts.Kudos to Remeshan Sir

ReplyDeleteSir, Will you please publish +1 mathematics?

ReplyDeleteBy Ayub

sir im failed hsc in mathamatics in march2013...sir can i write failed subject only again....?

ReplyDeleteYou can write only the failed subject. But the thing is:

ReplyDeleteYou have to write Plus 1 improvement exam in Mathematics in 2016 September. After that you can write your Plus2 Mathematics in 2017 March. For this, please approach the school that you have studied.

I am sorry to say that this year it is not possible to publish all notes of Plus1. If you mention some difficult topics, I will definitely publish it.

ReplyDeleteSir, may i get +2 math important areas or sure questions(repeated in many years)?

ReplyDeleteI need to get 50% marks in maths.

Dear student, questions are generally not repeated. For getting 50% marks, you may choose and study the chapters that you are easy.

ReplyDeleteSome simple chapters: Matrix - 6 marks; determinants - 6 marks; inverse t functions - 4 marks; Limits and Derivatives around 9 marks; vectors 6 marks; 3D 5 marks. Then your CE will also help you to get 50% marks, if you avoid other chapters. But for further study, differentiation and integration are very essential.

Thank U Sir

ReplyDeletethank u sir for your valuble information.

ReplyDeletethank you so much sir for these valuable notes...

ReplyDeleteSir please publish +2 3-D notes

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ReplyDeletequestions of 2016 march exam please..................

Respected sir , chapter 4 determinents notes is not included above , please update it soon and 5th chapter comprises contuinity and differentiablity and not 4th also please try to include solved examples as many as possible in chapters like integrals , it could help many students anyway thank you sir for making perfect notes which made my studies easier and understandable ,thank you :)

ReplyDeleteThank you sir.....

ReplyDeleteProbability,vectors,3 D geometry notes undenkil pls publish .......

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ReplyDeleteRespected there is only nearly 1 week left for public examination and yet 4,10,13 lessons havnt been uploaded , plz do it soon its note the day before exam students prepare

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ReplyDeletekindly give information about suppliment portion included in plus two maths last year onwards

Probablity is missing.....

ReplyDeleteProbablity is missing.....

ReplyDeleteSupplemenatary portions:

ReplyDeleteII year

1. Indefinte integrals - Some more types

2. Vectors - Scalar Triple Product - coplanar vectors, volume of parallelopiped,etc.

I year

1. Trigonometry - sine,cosine and tangent rule, properties of triangle, heights and distances.

2. Complex Nos: Square root of a complex no.

3. Sequences and Series: Sum to infinity of a G.P.

4. Straight lines: Family of lines passing through the point of intersection to two lines.. Translation of axes.

5. Limits and Derivatives: Limit of exponential and logarithmic functions - graphs, some questions.

Please tell the weightage score for each chapter in Maths Plus two

ReplyDeleteWeightage of Marks:

ReplyDelete1. Relations and Functions 5

2. Inverse Trigonometric Functions 4

3. Matrices 6

4. Determinants 3

Matrices and Determinants 3

5. Continuity and Differentiability 10

6. Applications of Derivatives 6

7. Integrals 10

8. Applications of Definite Integrals 4

9. Differential Equations 4

10.Vector Algebra 6

11.Three Dimensional Geometry 5

12.Linear Programming Problems 6

13.Probability 8

Total 80

Is this weightage for maths science?

Deletesir plz post weightage of plus one maths

Deleteplz post weightage of plus one maths

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ReplyDeletePlease suggest me the final revision preparations for mathematics being held day-after-tomorrow!

weightage is almost same.

ReplyDeleteRamesh sir i have a doubt, derivative of(-ax2) is 2x or -2ax??

ReplyDeletederivative of (-ax^2)=-a x derivative of x^2=-a(2x)=-2ax

DeleteRamesh Sir Namaskaar.... I Came across your notes for Class-XII, presumably based on NCERT syllabus. following is my request. (1) Kindly upload Introduction part in English also. (2) Notes of Chapter-4 Determinants is not found. (3) In Chapter-7 Definite Integral part-2 is not found uploaded. (4) Notes on Chapter-8 Application of Integrals, Chapter-10 Vector Algebra and Chapter-13 Probability not found. These are based on NCERT text books. Kindly do the needful. Warm Regards....

ReplyDeletesir, introduction will be given in English also. The missing chapters will be uploaded soon. don't worry.

DeleteThanks for the kind consideration. Me and my kid will be waiting eagerly for the remaining portions of NCERT syllabus. Regards....

ReplyDeleteSir When will be the improvement exam .

ReplyDeleteDear Ramesh Sir,

ReplyDeleteMy son scored 83% for math in plus one and did not improve as he has two other subjects to do. Can you suggest a study pattern which will help him to score A+ this year? He has bit learning difficulty in math and hence makes careless mistakes.. would that be the reason for scoring less mark than expected(he was expecting 90 above)? looking forward to your valuable feedback.

please add more questions for +1 botany

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ReplyDeleteplease enter the balance chapter note of mathematics for class XI