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# Mathematics (211) Syllabus

## Course Structure of Mathematics

The present syllabus in Mathematics has been divided into six modules namely Algebra ,Commercial Mathematics ,Geometry, Mensuration ,Trigonometry and Statistics .

The marks allotted , number of lessons and suggested study time for each module are as under :

 Name of the module Number of lessons Study time (in hours) Marks 1. Algebra 8 50 26 2. Commercial Mathematics 4 35 15 3. Geometry 10 75 25 4. Mensuration 2 25 10 5. Trigonometry 2 20 12 6. Statistics 4 35 12 Total 30 240 100

## English Medium

### BOOK 1

·              MODULE I: ALGEBRA

o                 Chapter 1. Number Systems

o                 Chapter 2. Exponents and Radicals

o                 Chapter 3. Algebraic Expressions and Polynomials

o                 Chapter 4. Special Products and Factorization

o                 Chapter 5. Linear Equations

o                 Chapter 7. Arithmetic Progressions

·              MODULE II: COMMERCIAL MATHEMATICS

o                 Chapter 8. Percentage and its Applications

### BOOK 2

·              MODULE III: GEOMETRY

o                 Chapter 10. Lines and Angles

o                 Chapter 11. Congruence of Triangles

o                 Chapter 12. Concurrent Lines

o                 Chapter 14. Similarity of Triangles

o                 Chapter 15. Circles

o                 Chapter 16. Angles in a Circle and Cyclic Quadrilateral

o                 Chapter 17. Secants, Tangents and their Properties

o                 Chapter 18. Constructions

o                 Chapter 19. Co-ordinate Geometry

·              MODULE IV: MENSURATION

o                 Chapter 20. Perimeters and Area of Plane Figures

o                 Chapter 21. Surface Area and Volume of Solid Figures

·              MODULE V: TRIGNOMETRY

o                 Chapter 22. Introduction to Trigonometry

o                 Chapter 23. Trigonometric Ratios of Some Special Angles

·              MODULE VI: STATISTICS

o                 Chapter 24. Data and Their Representation

o                 Chapter 25. Measures of Central Tendency

o                 Chapter 26. Introduction to Probability