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Gujarat Board Math Syllabus for Class 11

Board Sample Paper Gujarat Board Math Syllabus for Class 11

Course Structure Standard: 11 Maths 1 Collection of Data -Population and Sample -Advantages of Sample Survey -Quantitative and qualitative data -Primary and secondary data. -Difference between primary and secondary data -Methods of collection of primary data : -Direct Inquiry - Merits and demerits -Indirect Inquiry - Merits and demerits -Questionnaire Method - Merits and demerits -Questionnaire by Post - Merits and demerits -Questionnaire by enumerators - Merits and demerits -Characteristics of ideal questionnaire -Construction of questionnaire (new point) -Sources of secondary data -Uses of secondary data and precautions required to be taken before using secondary data. (Examples on construction of questionnaire to be added in the exercise) 2. Classification and Tabulation: -Variables and Attributes -Discrete and continuous variables. -Data - Quantitative and qualitative. -Classification - ungrouped and grouped data Type of classification -Classification of qualitative data (i) Simple classification (ii) Complex classification -Classification of quantitative data -Discrete frequency distribution (Examples) -Continuous frequency distribution. -Cumulative frequency distribution from continuous frequency distributions. -Formation of original frequency distribution from cumulative frequency distribution (New Point) -Points to be consider for construction of continuous frequency distribution. -Tabulation / Types / uses (More illustrations to be given) -Guiding principles for preparing tabulations. (More examples to be given for tabulation).

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-Interpretation of coefficient of correlation and its precautions.

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7. Linear Regression -Introduction -Linear Regression Model -Fitting a regression line (1) Scatter Diagram Method (2) Least Square Method -Regression coefficient -Different formulae for calculation of regression coefficients. -Coefficient of determination -Precautions for using regression coefficient. -Two regression lines. -Illustrations


8. Interpolation and Extrapolation -Meaning and definition -Uses and importance -Assumptions -Method of interpolation and extrapolation 1. Newton's Method 2. Lagranges Method 3. Binomial Expansion method. (Pascal's triangle explanation - sum of all 3 methods.) Note : Proof of any formula is not in syllabus. 9.Series -Meaning -Types - base on time - Time series, Other series - Arithmetic progression Geometric Progression. -Time Series - Meaning - definition - Illustration - sums -Trend and methods of measuring trends - Graphical method, Least square method. -Other series - Arithmetic Progression is explained in std. XI -Geometric progression - Explanation meaning - definition illustrations – sum of the series & sum. 10. Probability -Introduction -Random experiment and sample space -Event - Certain event, impossible event other events. -Definition of probability -Classical definition and assumption. -Statistical definition -Rules of probability -Sums related to events. Note : No proof of rules of probability is included in syllabus.

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11. Probability Distribution : -Random variable - Discrete random variable -Continuous random variable -Probability Distribution -Binomial Probability Distribution. -Characteristics. of binomial probability distribution. -Binomial probability function and sums based on it -Normal distribution. -Function of Normal distribution. -Standard Normal variable. -Standard Normal distribution. -Area of Normal Curve -Characteristics of Normal Distribution. -Characteristics of Standard normal distribution. -Exercise based on normal and standard normal distributions.

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