12th Grade Math ( CLASS-12 ) -

In continuation of Nursery to 11th Grade Math, 12th Grade Math actually consist of more than a basic level math, eventually better to say advance level of math which will definitely help you to build the foundation for more higher grade math. Here we have tried to learn math step by step, showing very easy simplified process with very logical way. In every stages of math we have tried to develop your concept about math with preparation for higher level (Graduation or Post-Graduation level) math. So,here you will learn 12th Grade Math step by step. Entire module or syllabus of 12th Grade Math are given below -


      1) Types Of Relations,

          (a) Reflexive Relations,

          (b) Symmetric Relations,

          (c) Transitive Relations,

          (d) Equivalence Relations,

      2) One to One And Onto Functions,

      3) Composite Functions,

      4) Inverse Of A Function,

      5) Binary Operations,

  II) Inverse Trigonometric Functions,

      1) Definition

      2) Range,

      3) Domain,

      4) Principal Value Branches,

      5) Graphs Of Inverse Trigonometric Functions,

      6) Elementary Properties Of Inverse,

      7) Elementary Properties Of Inverse Trigonometric Functions,


      1) Matrices - Introduction/Concept,

        (a) Notation,

        (b) Order,

        (c) Equality,

        (d) Types Of Matrices,

        (e) Zero Matrix,

        (f) Transpose Of A Matrix,

        (g) Symmetric & Skew Symmetric Matrices,

        (h) Addition Of Matrices,

        (i) Multiplication Of Matrices,

        (j) Scalar Multiplication Of Matrices,

        (k) Simple Properties Of Addition,

        (l) Multiplication,

        (m) Scalar Multiplication,

        (n) Non-commutativity Of Multiplication Of Matrices,

        (o) Existence Of Non-zero Matrices Whose Product Is The Zero Matrix (Restrict to Square Matrices of Order 2),

        (p) Concept Of Elementary Row,

        (q) Column Operations,

        (r) Invertible Matrices,

        (s) Proof Of The Uniqueness Of Inverse, If It Exists (Real Matrices),

        2) Determinants