Mathematics is considered as the father of all sciences that is why it is assigned as a compulsory subject for the students of Preengineering, ICS, and Commerce. Our 1st year mathematics course of Punjab Board consists of 14 chapters, some of these chapters are built upon students old concepts learned in previous classes, while other chapters bestow new mathematical ideas upon the minds of students. In order to make paper simple and interesting, Punjab Board has divided math test into two parts: subjective and objective. The former consists of Long answered questions while the latter is associated with Multiple choices(mcqs) and Short answered questions. To clear the paper, students have to achieve good marks in both sections.
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Subject name 
Mathematics 
Class 
XI/ 1st year 
Board 
Punjab Board 
Subject Affiliation 
 Commerce
 Preengineering
 ICS

Book Chapters Count 
14 
Subject Type 
Compulsory 
Paper Type 
Subjective And Objective 
Marks scheme 
Total= 100
 Subjective=80
 Objective=20

Minimum Passing Marks 
45/100 
Subject features 
Online recorded lecture, online assessments, and games. 
1.1 
Introduction 
1.2 
Rational Numbers and Irrational Numbers 
1.3 
Properties of Real Numbers 
1.4 
Complex Numbers 
1.5 
The Real Line 
1.6 
Geometrical Representation of Complex Numbers 
1.7 
To Find Real and Imaginary Parts of (x + i y ) ^n 
2.1 
Introduction 
2.2 
Operations on Sets 
2.3 
Venn Diagrams 
2.4 
Operations on Three Sets 
2.5 
Properties of Union and Intersection 
2.6 
Inductive and Deductive Logic 
2.7 
Implication or Conditional 
2.8 
ruth Sets, A Link Between Sets Theory and Logic 
2.9 
Relations 
2.10 
Functions 
2.11 
Inverse of a Function 
2.12 
Binary Operations 
2.13 
Groups 
2.14 
Solution of Linear Equations 
2.15 
Reversal Law of Inverse 
3.1 
Introduction 
3.2 
Determinant of a 2×2 Matrix 
3.3 
Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations 
3.4 
Field 
3.5 
Properties of Matrix Addition, Scalar Multiplication and Matrix Multiplication 
3.6 
Determinants 
3.7 
Properties of Determinants Which Help in Their Evaluation 
3.8 
Adjoint and Inverse of a Square Matrix of Order n = 3 or n > 3 
3.9 
Elementary Row and Column Operations on a Matrix 
3.10 
Echelon and Reduced Echelon Forms of Matrices 
3.11 
Systems of Linear Equations 
3.12 
Cramer’s Rule 
4.1 
Introduction 
4.2 
Solutions of Equations Reducible to the Quadratic Equation 
4.3 
Three Cube Roots of Unity 
4.4 
Four Fourth Roots of Unity 
4.5 
Polynomial Functions 
4.6 
Theorems 
4.7 
Synthetic Division 
4.8 
Relations Between the Roots and the Coefficients of a Quadratic Equation 
4.9 
Formation of an Equation Whose Roots are Given 
4.10 
Nature of the Roots of a Quadratic Equation 
4.11 
Systems of Two Equations Involving Two Variables 
4.12 
Problems on Quadratic Equations 
5.1 
Introduction 
5.2 
Rational Fraction 
5.3 
Resolution of a Rational Fraction P(x)/Q(x) Into Partial Fractions 
6.1 
Introduction 
6.2 
Types of Sequences 
6.3 
Arithmetic Progression (A.P) 
6.4 
Arithmetic Mean (A.M) 
6.5 
Series 
6.6 
Word Problems on A.P. 
6.7 
Geometric Progressions (G.P) 
6.8 
Geometric Means 
6.9 
Sum of n Terms of a Geometric Series 
6.1 
The Infinite Geometric Series 
6.11 
Word Problems on G.P. 
6.12 
Harmonic Progression (H.P) 
6.13 
Relations Between Arithmetic, Geometric and Hamonic Means 
6.14 
Sigma Notation (or Summation Notation) 
6.15 
To Find Formulae For The Sums 
7.1 
Introduction 
7.2 
Permutation 
7.3 
Combinations 
7.4 
Probability 
8.1 
Introduction 
8.2 
Principle of Mathematical Induction 
8.3 
Principle of Extended Mathematical Indu 
8.4 
Binomial Theorem 
8.5 
The Binomial Theorem When the Index n is a Negative Integer or a Fraction. 
8.6 
Applications of the Binomial Theorem 
8.6 
Applications of the Binomial Theorem 
9.1 
Introduction 
9.2 
Units of Measures of Angles 
9.3 
Relation Between the Length of an Arc 
9.4 
General Angle (Coterminal Angles) 
9.5 
Angle in the Standard Position 
9.6 
Trigonometric Functions 
9.7 
Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle 
9.8 
Fundamental Identities 
9.9 
Signs of the Trigonometric Functions 
9.10 
The Values of Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles 45,30 and 60 Degrees 
9.11 
The Values of the Trigonometric Functions of Angles 0, 90, 180, 270, 360 Degrees 
9.12 
Domains of Trigonometric Functions and of Fundamental Identities 
10.1 
Introduction 
10.2 
Deductions From Fundamental Law 
10.3 
Trigonometric Ratios and Allied Angles 
10.4 
Further Application of Basic Identities 
10.5 
Double Angle Identities 
10.6 
HalfAngle Identities 
10.7 
Triple Angle Identities 
10.8 
Sum, Difference and Product of Sines and Cosines 
11.1 
Introduction 
11.2 
Period of Trigonometric Functions 
11.3 
Values of Trigonometric Functions 
11.4 
Graphs of Trigonometric Functions 
11.5 
Graph of y = Sin x From – 360⁰ to 360⁰ 
11.6 
Graph of y = Cos x From – 360⁰ to 360⁰ 
11.7 
Graph of y = Tan x From – 180⁰ to 180⁰ 
11.8 
Graph of y = Cot x From – 360⁰ to 180⁰ 
11.9 
Graph of y = Sec x From – 360⁰ to 360⁰ 
11.10 
Graph of y = Cosec x From – 360⁰ to 360⁰ 
12.1 
Introduction 
12.2 
Tables of Trigonometric Ratios 
12.3 
Solution of Right Triangles 
12.4 
a)Heights and Distances 
12.5 
b)Angles of Elevation and Depression 
12.6 
Engineering and Heights and Distances 
12.7 
Oblique Triangles 
12.8 
Solution of Oblique Triangles 
12.9 
Area of Triangle 
12.10 
Circles Connected With Triangle 
12.11 
Engineering and Circles Connected With Triangles 
13.1 
Introduction 
13.2 
The Inverse Sine Function 
13.3 
The Inverse Cosine Function 
13.4 
The Inverse Tangent Function 
13.5 
Inverse Cotangent, Secant and Cosecant Functions 
13.6 
Domains and Ranges of Principal Trigonometric Functions and Inverse Trigonometry 
13.7 
Addition and Subtraction Formulas 
14.1 
Introduction 
14.2 
Solution of General Trigonometric Equations 
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Sir. Murtaza
Mathematics – XI First Year Punjab Board
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