Chemistry

14. Alkenes

15. Alkynes

16. Aromatic compounds

Mathematics

12. Inverse trigonometric functions

http://iit-jee-maths.blogspot.com/2008/11/36-inverse-trigonometrical-functions.html for facilitating revision of this chapter

13. Straight line

14. Vectors (some portion)

Physics

29. Electric field and potential

32. Electric current in conductors

34. Magnetic field

Revision facilitators are being developed for all chapters. I am presently busy with this initiative.

## Friday, October 31, 2008

## Monday, October 27, 2008

## Tuesday, October 21, 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan for 22 - 31, October 2008

Chemistry

NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Revision

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

New Chapter

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Sections

13.1 Classification of hydrocarbons

13.2 Alkanes

13.2.1 Nomenclature and Isomerism

13.2.2 Preparation

13.2.3 Properties

Physical properties

Chemical properties

13.2.4 Conformations

22 October

Sections

13.1 Classification of hydrocarbons

13.2 Alkanes

13.2.1 Nomenclature and Isomerism

23rd October

13.2.2 Preparation

13.2.3 Properties

Physical properties

24 October

13.2.4 Conformations

25 october

You need to refer to one more book. I like Jauhar. But many people are talking of Morrison and Boyd or Solomon. You can get a copy of Solomon's book on internet. So use this time for studying more detailed material from one of these three books.

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Revision

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

New Chapter

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Sections

13.1 Classification of hydrocarbons

13.2 Alkanes

13.2.1 Nomenclature and Isomerism

13.2.2 Preparation

13.2.3 Properties

Physical properties

Chemical properties

13.2.4 Conformations

22 October

Sections

13.1 Classification of hydrocarbons

13.2 Alkanes

13.2.1 Nomenclature and Isomerism

23rd October

13.2.2 Preparation

13.2.3 Properties

Physical properties

24 October

13.2.4 Conformations

25 october

You need to refer to one more book. I like Jauhar. But many people are talking of Morrison and Boyd or Solomon. You can get a copy of Solomon's book on internet. So use this time for studying more detailed material from one of these three books.

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October 2008

### October 22-31, 2008 Mathematics Study Plan for IIT JEE 2010

Revision

33. Elementary trigonometry

New Chapter

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Study Plan

October

Study sections 34.1 to 34.5

Revision points

1. Semiperimeter of a triangle is denoted by s.

2. Area of a triangle is denoted by Δ or S.

3. a,b, and c represent sides BC,CA, and AB

4. Sine rule

In any Δ ABC

Sin A/a = Sin B/b = Sin C/c

5. Cosine Formulae

In any Δ ABC

Cos A = [b² + c² -a²]/2bc

Cos B = [c² +a² –b²]/2ac

Cos C = [a² + b² –c²]/2ab

6. Projection formulae

In any Δ ABC

a = b Cos C + C cos B

b= c Cos A + A Cos C

c = a Cos B + b cos A

7. Trigonometrical ratios of half of the angles of a triangle

1. Sin A/2 = √[(s-b)(s-c)/bc]

2. Cos A/2 = √[s(s-a)/bc]

3. tan A/2 = √(s-b)(s-c)/s(s-a)]

Study Sections 34.6, 34.7, 34.8, 34.9,

Revision points

8. Area of a triangle

S = ½ ab Sin C = ½ bc sina = ½ ac sin B

9. Napier’s analogy

In any triangle ABC

Tan [(b-c)/2] = [(b-c)cot (A/2)]/(b+c)

10. Circumcircle of a triangle

The circle which passes through the angular points or vertices of a triangle ABC is called its circumcircle.

The centre of this circle can be found by locating the point of intersection of perpendicular bisectors of the sides. It is called circumcentre.

The circumcentre may lie within, outside or upon one of the sides of the triangle.

In a right angled triangle the cicumcentre is vertex where right angle is formed.

The radius of circumcircle is denoted by R.

R = a/(2 Sin A) = b/(2 sin B) = c/(2 sin C)

11. Inscribed circle or incircle of a triangle

It is the circle touches each of the sides of the triangle.

The centre of the inscribed circle is the point of intersection of bisectors of the angles of the triangle.

The radius of inscribed circle is denoted by r (it is called in-radius) and it is equal to the length of the perpendicular from its centre to any of the sides of the triangle.

Various formulas that give r.

In- radius ( r )= Δ/s

r = (s-a)tan (A/2) = (s-b) tan (B/2) = (s-c) tan (C/2)

r = [a sin B/2 sin C/2/(Cos A/2)

r = 4R sin (A/2) sin (B/2) sin (C/2)

Attempt Objective Type Exercises 1 to 10

34.10, 34.11

Revision points

12. Escribed circles of a triangle

The circle which touches the sides BC and two sides AB and AC produced of a triangle ABC is called the escribed circle opposite to the angle A. Its radius is denoted by r1.

Similarly r2 and r3 denote the radii of the escribed circles opposite to the angles B and C respectively.

The centres of the escribed circles are called the ex-centres.

13. Orthocentre and its distances from the angular points of a triangle

In a Δ ABC, the point at which perpendiculars drawn from the three vertices (heights) meet, it called the ortho centre of the ΔABC

Attempt objective type exercises 11 to 20

October 25th

Study 34.12 to 34.15

Revision points

14. Regular polygon and Radii of the inscribed and circumscribing circles of a regular polygon

the centre of the polygon will be the in-centre as well as circumcentre of the polygon.

15. Area of a cyclic quadrilateral

a quadrilateral is a cyclic quadrilateral if its vertices lie on a circle.

Area of cyclic quadrilateral = ½ (ab + cd) sin B

16. Ptolemy’s theorem

In a cyclic quadrilateral ABCD, AC.BD = AB.CD + BC.AD

The product of diagonals is equal to the sum of the products of the lengths of opposite sides.

17. Circum-radius of a cyclic quadrilateral

In a cyclic quadrilateral, the circumcircle of the quadrilateral ABCD is also the circumcircle of Δ ABC.

Attempt obj type exercises 21 to 30.

October 26th

Attempt obj type exercises 31 to 45.

October 27th

Attempt obj type exercises 46 to 60.

October 28th

Attempt obj type exercises 61 to 75.

October 29th

Attempt obj type exercises 76 to 90.

October 30th

Attempt fill in the blanks 1 to 15.

October 31st

Attempt fill in the blanks 16 to 31.

Practice Exercise at the end of the chapter has 21 problems you have to do these problems during the next 10 days as a part of the revision of earlier chapter. 2 problems a day will take care of all the 21 problems.

Problems of Ch. 33. Elementary trigonometry whihc you have not done so far, have to done as revision part during these 10 days.

33. Elementary trigonometry

New Chapter

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Study Plan

October

**22**Study sections 34.1 to 34.5

Revision points

1. Semiperimeter of a triangle is denoted by s.

2. Area of a triangle is denoted by Δ or S.

3. a,b, and c represent sides BC,CA, and AB

4. Sine rule

In any Δ ABC

Sin A/a = Sin B/b = Sin C/c

5. Cosine Formulae

In any Δ ABC

Cos A = [b² + c² -a²]/2bc

Cos B = [c² +a² –b²]/2ac

Cos C = [a² + b² –c²]/2ab

6. Projection formulae

In any Δ ABC

a = b Cos C + C cos B

b= c Cos A + A Cos C

c = a Cos B + b cos A

7. Trigonometrical ratios of half of the angles of a triangle

1. Sin A/2 = √[(s-b)(s-c)/bc]

2. Cos A/2 = √[s(s-a)/bc]

3. tan A/2 = √(s-b)(s-c)/s(s-a)]

**23 October**Study Sections 34.6, 34.7, 34.8, 34.9,

Revision points

8. Area of a triangle

S = ½ ab Sin C = ½ bc sina = ½ ac sin B

9. Napier’s analogy

In any triangle ABC

Tan [(b-c)/2] = [(b-c)cot (A/2)]/(b+c)

10. Circumcircle of a triangle

The circle which passes through the angular points or vertices of a triangle ABC is called its circumcircle.

The centre of this circle can be found by locating the point of intersection of perpendicular bisectors of the sides. It is called circumcentre.

The circumcentre may lie within, outside or upon one of the sides of the triangle.

In a right angled triangle the cicumcentre is vertex where right angle is formed.

The radius of circumcircle is denoted by R.

R = a/(2 Sin A) = b/(2 sin B) = c/(2 sin C)

11. Inscribed circle or incircle of a triangle

It is the circle touches each of the sides of the triangle.

The centre of the inscribed circle is the point of intersection of bisectors of the angles of the triangle.

The radius of inscribed circle is denoted by r (it is called in-radius) and it is equal to the length of the perpendicular from its centre to any of the sides of the triangle.

Various formulas that give r.

In- radius ( r )= Δ/s

r = (s-a)tan (A/2) = (s-b) tan (B/2) = (s-c) tan (C/2)

r = [a sin B/2 sin C/2/(Cos A/2)

r = 4R sin (A/2) sin (B/2) sin (C/2)

Attempt Objective Type Exercises 1 to 10

**October 24th**34.10, 34.11

Revision points

12. Escribed circles of a triangle

The circle which touches the sides BC and two sides AB and AC produced of a triangle ABC is called the escribed circle opposite to the angle A. Its radius is denoted by r1.

Similarly r2 and r3 denote the radii of the escribed circles opposite to the angles B and C respectively.

The centres of the escribed circles are called the ex-centres.

13. Orthocentre and its distances from the angular points of a triangle

In a Δ ABC, the point at which perpendiculars drawn from the three vertices (heights) meet, it called the ortho centre of the ΔABC

Attempt objective type exercises 11 to 20

October 25th

Study 34.12 to 34.15

Revision points

14. Regular polygon and Radii of the inscribed and circumscribing circles of a regular polygon

the centre of the polygon will be the in-centre as well as circumcentre of the polygon.

15. Area of a cyclic quadrilateral

a quadrilateral is a cyclic quadrilateral if its vertices lie on a circle.

Area of cyclic quadrilateral = ½ (ab + cd) sin B

16. Ptolemy’s theorem

In a cyclic quadrilateral ABCD, AC.BD = AB.CD + BC.AD

The product of diagonals is equal to the sum of the products of the lengths of opposite sides.

17. Circum-radius of a cyclic quadrilateral

In a cyclic quadrilateral, the circumcircle of the quadrilateral ABCD is also the circumcircle of Δ ABC.

Attempt obj type exercises 21 to 30.

October 26th

Attempt obj type exercises 31 to 45.

October 27th

Attempt obj type exercises 46 to 60.

October 28th

Attempt obj type exercises 61 to 75.

October 29th

Attempt obj type exercises 76 to 90.

October 30th

Attempt fill in the blanks 1 to 15.

October 31st

Attempt fill in the blanks 16 to 31.

Practice Exercise at the end of the chapter has 21 problems you have to do these problems during the next 10 days as a part of the revision of earlier chapter. 2 problems a day will take care of all the 21 problems.

Problems of Ch. 33. Elementary trigonometry whihc you have not done so far, have to done as revision part during these 10 days.

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October 2008

### October 22-31, 2008 Physics Study Plan for IIT JEE 2010

Ch. 19 OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

JEE Syllabus

Combinations of mirrors and thin lenses; Magnification.

The syllabus indicates that this chapter is relevant for JEE.

sections in the chapter

1. The eye

2. The apparent size

3. Simple microscope

4. Compound microscope

5. Telescope

6. Resolving power of a telescope and microscope

7. Defects of vision

Study plan

1. The eye

2. The apparent size

3. Simple microscope

4. Compound microscope

Worked out examples 1, 2,3

5. Telescope

Worked out examples 4,5,

6. Resolving power of a telescope and microscope

7. Defects of vision

Worked out examples: 6 to 10.

Questions for short answer 1 to 6

Exercises 1 to 4

Questions for short answer 7 to 12

Exercises 5 to 8

Objective I 1 to 11

Exercises 9 to 12

Objective II 1 to 5

Exercises 13 to 16

Exercises 17 - 20

Exercises 21 to 24

Remember you have indicate difficult problems with a sign of d or some symbol in your notes as well as text. Later on revise difficult problems. You have to convert a difficult problem into an easily solvable problem by increasing the understanding and increasing the familiarity.

Revise your earlier chapter during the 10 days

Geometrical optics. There are many problems in it. Attempt at least 2 problems from that chapter every day.

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Comments welcome on the plan.

You can modify the plan by increasing or shortening the duration to suit your college schedules and coaching class schedules. But the final target is completion of all chapters in the class XI syllabus by 31st December. You should be able to revise the material during January to March and write your college examinations very well. Never perform badly in any examination. You will become better and confident by doing well in each examination.

Give your experience with the plan at your convenience. Your success ismore important first. Then share your success endeavour.

JEE Syllabus

Combinations of mirrors and thin lenses; Magnification.

The syllabus indicates that this chapter is relevant for JEE.

sections in the chapter

1. The eye

2. The apparent size

3. Simple microscope

4. Compound microscope

5. Telescope

6. Resolving power of a telescope and microscope

7. Defects of vision

Study plan

**October****22**1. The eye

2. The apparent size

3. Simple microscope

**23**4. Compound microscope

Worked out examples 1, 2,3

**24**5. Telescope

Worked out examples 4,5,

**25**6. Resolving power of a telescope and microscope

7. Defects of vision

Worked out examples: 6 to 10.

**26**Questions for short answer 1 to 6

Exercises 1 to 4

**27**Questions for short answer 7 to 12

Exercises 5 to 8

**28**Objective I 1 to 11

Exercises 9 to 12

**29**Objective II 1 to 5

Exercises 13 to 16

**30**Exercises 17 - 20

**31**Exercises 21 to 24

Remember you have indicate difficult problems with a sign of d or some symbol in your notes as well as text. Later on revise difficult problems. You have to convert a difficult problem into an easily solvable problem by increasing the understanding and increasing the familiarity.

Revise your earlier chapter during the 10 days

Geometrical optics. There are many problems in it. Attempt at least 2 problems from that chapter every day.

Join Orkut Community for more interaction

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Comments welcome on the plan.

You can modify the plan by increasing or shortening the duration to suit your college schedules and coaching class schedules. But the final target is completion of all chapters in the class XI syllabus by 31st December. You should be able to revise the material during January to March and write your college examinations very well. Never perform badly in any examination. You will become better and confident by doing well in each examination.

Give your experience with the plan at your convenience. Your success ismore important first. Then share your success endeavour.

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## Monday, October 20, 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Study Plan for 22 - 31, October 2008

Chemistry

NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Revision

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

New Chapter

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Mathematics

RD Sharma

Revision

33. Elementary trigonometry

New Chapter

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Physics

HC Verma

Revision

18. Geometrical optics

New Chapter

19. Optical instruments

In the chapter to be revised do around 2 to 5 problems depending on the time required and read quickly revision point,and formulas. You can also plan for revision of one section each day. Providing 20 days contact with each chapter in this way will deepen your familiarity with the chapter.

Remember your commitment for a day has to be 10 hours. So depending upon the assignments from your college and coaching institute, you have time at your disposal to read materials from other books, to revision the lessons more times so that your memory improves etc. Don't allow the time to go away without productive use for your goal for this two year period.

IIT JEE Academy

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NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Revision

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

New Chapter

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Mathematics

RD Sharma

Revision

33. Elementary trigonometry

New Chapter

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Physics

HC Verma

Revision

18. Geometrical optics

New Chapter

19. Optical instruments

In the chapter to be revised do around 2 to 5 problems depending on the time required and read quickly revision point,and formulas. You can also plan for revision of one section each day. Providing 20 days contact with each chapter in this way will deepen your familiarity with the chapter.

Remember your commitment for a day has to be 10 hours. So depending upon the assignments from your college and coaching institute, you have time at your disposal to read materials from other books, to revision the lessons more times so that your memory improves etc. Don't allow the time to go away without productive use for your goal for this two year period.

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## Saturday, October 11, 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Study Plan 12 -21 October 2008

Chapter Geometrical Optics

JEE Syllabus

Optics: Rectilinear propagation of light; Reflection and refraction at plane and spherical surfaces; Total internal reflection; Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism; Thin lenses; Combinations of mirrors and thin lenses; Magnification.

Wave nature of light: Huygen's principle, interference limited to Young's double-slit experiment.

Sections in Chapter 18 of HV Verma - Geometrical Optics

18.1 reflection at smooth surfaces

18.2 Spherical mirrors

18.3 Relation between u,v and R for spherical mirrors

18.4 extended objects and magnification

18.5 Refraction at plane surfaces

18.6 Critical angle

18.7 Optical fibre

18.8 Prism

18.9 Refraction at spherical surfaces

18.10 extended objects - laterial magnification

18.11 Refraction through thin lenses

18.12 Lens maker's formula and lens formula

18.13 Extended objects: Lateral magninification

18.14 Power of a lens

18.15 thin lenses in contact

18.16 two thin lenses separated by a distance

18.17 defects of images

12th October 2008

18.1 Reflection at smooth surfaces

18.2 Spherical mirrors

18.3 Relation between u,v and R for spherical mirrors

Example 18.1

13th Ocober 2008

18.4 extended objects and magnification

18.5 Refraction at plane surfaces

18.6 Critical angle

Examples 18. 2,18.3, 18.4

14th October

18.7 Optical fibre

18.8 Prism

18.9 Refraction at spherical surfaces

Examples 18.5 to 8

Exercises

1-5

15th October

18.10 extended objects - laterial magnification

18.11 Refraction through thin lenses

Examples 18.9 to 12

Exercises

6-10

16th October

18.12 Lens maker's formula and lens formula

18.13 Extended objects: Lateral magninification

18.14 Power of a lens

Examples 18.13 to 16

Exercises

11-15

17th October

18.15 thin lenses in contact

18.16 two thin lenses separated by a distance

Examples 18.17 to 20

Exercises

16-20

18th October

18.17 defects of images

Examples 18.21 to 24

Exercises

21-25

19th October

Examples 18.25 to 28

Exercises

26-35

20th October

Exercises

36-45

21st October

Exercises

46-55

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JEE Syllabus

Optics: Rectilinear propagation of light; Reflection and refraction at plane and spherical surfaces; Total internal reflection; Deviation and dispersion of light by a prism; Thin lenses; Combinations of mirrors and thin lenses; Magnification.

Wave nature of light: Huygen's principle, interference limited to Young's double-slit experiment.

Sections in Chapter 18 of HV Verma - Geometrical Optics

18.1 reflection at smooth surfaces

18.2 Spherical mirrors

18.3 Relation between u,v and R for spherical mirrors

18.4 extended objects and magnification

18.5 Refraction at plane surfaces

18.6 Critical angle

18.7 Optical fibre

18.8 Prism

18.9 Refraction at spherical surfaces

18.10 extended objects - laterial magnification

18.11 Refraction through thin lenses

18.12 Lens maker's formula and lens formula

18.13 Extended objects: Lateral magninification

18.14 Power of a lens

18.15 thin lenses in contact

18.16 two thin lenses separated by a distance

18.17 defects of images

12th October 2008

18.1 Reflection at smooth surfaces

18.2 Spherical mirrors

18.3 Relation between u,v and R for spherical mirrors

Example 18.1

13th Ocober 2008

18.4 extended objects and magnification

18.5 Refraction at plane surfaces

18.6 Critical angle

Examples 18. 2,18.3, 18.4

14th October

18.7 Optical fibre

18.8 Prism

18.9 Refraction at spherical surfaces

Examples 18.5 to 8

Exercises

1-5

15th October

18.10 extended objects - laterial magnification

18.11 Refraction through thin lenses

Examples 18.9 to 12

Exercises

6-10

16th October

18.12 Lens maker's formula and lens formula

18.13 Extended objects: Lateral magninification

18.14 Power of a lens

Examples 18.13 to 16

Exercises

11-15

17th October

18.15 thin lenses in contact

18.16 two thin lenses separated by a distance

Examples 18.17 to 20

Exercises

16-20

18th October

18.17 defects of images

Examples 18.21 to 24

Exercises

21-25

19th October

Examples 18.25 to 28

Exercises

26-35

20th October

Exercises

36-45

21st October

Exercises

46-55

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### Study Guide Elementary Trigonometry

Elementary Trigonometry

Ch. 33 from R D Sharma

Trigonometric ratios, identities, and maximum and minimum values of trigonmetric expressions

Sections

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Some basic formulae

33.3 Doman and range of trigonometrical functions

33.4 Sum and difference formulae

33.5 Sun and difference into products

33.6 Product into sum and difference

33.7 T-ratios of the sum of three or more angles

33.8 Values of trigonometric ratios of some important angles and some important results

33.9 Expressions of sin A/2 and cos A/2 in terms of sin A

33.10 maximum and minimum values of trigonometrical functions

Ch. 33 from R D Sharma

Trigonometric ratios, identities, and maximum and minimum values of trigonmetric expressions

Sections

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Some basic formulae

33.3 Doman and range of trigonometrical functions

33.4 Sum and difference formulae

33.5 Sun and difference into products

33.6 Product into sum and difference

33.7 T-ratios of the sum of three or more angles

33.8 Values of trigonometric ratios of some important angles and some important results

33.9 Expressions of sin A/2 and cos A/2 in terms of sin A

33.10 maximum and minimum values of trigonometrical functions

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## Friday, October 10, 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Mathematics - Study Plan - 12 - 21 December 2008

Elementary Trigonometry

Ch. 33 from R D Sharma

Trigonometric ratios, identities, and maximum and minimum values of trigonmetric expressions

Sections

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Some basic formulae

33.3 Doman and range of trigonometrical functions

33.4 Sum and difference formulae

33.5 Sun and difference into products

33.6 product into sum and difference

33.7 T-ratios of the sum of three or more angles

33.8 Values of trigonometric ratios of some important angles and some important results

33.9 Expressions of sin A/2 and cos A/2 in terms of sin A

33.10 maximum and minimum values of trigonometrical functions

12th december

33.1 to 33.4

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Some basic formulae

33.3 Doman and range of trigonometrical functions

33.4 Sum and difference formulae

Do objective type exercises 58,

13th December

33.5 Sun and difference into products

33.6 product into sum and difference

Do objective type exercises 84,91, 92, 104, 115,

14th December

33.7 T-ratios of the sum of three or more angles

Do objective type exercises 39, 44, 106, 113, 117,

15th December

33.8 Values of trigonometric ratios of some important angles and some important results

Do objective type exercises 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

16th December

33.9 Expressions of sin A/2 and cos A/2 in terms of sin A

Do objective type exercises 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,20,21,22

17th December

33.10 maximum and minimum values of trigonometrical functions

4,18,23-30

18th December

31 to 45

19th December

46 - 60

20 December

61 - 75

21 December

76-90

(Total 148 are there. You can do remaining problems in the next 10 days durng the revision period).

Ch. 33 from R D Sharma

Trigonometric ratios, identities, and maximum and minimum values of trigonmetric expressions

Sections

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Some basic formulae

33.3 Doman and range of trigonometrical functions

33.4 Sum and difference formulae

33.5 Sun and difference into products

33.6 product into sum and difference

33.7 T-ratios of the sum of three or more angles

33.8 Values of trigonometric ratios of some important angles and some important results

33.9 Expressions of sin A/2 and cos A/2 in terms of sin A

33.10 maximum and minimum values of trigonometrical functions

12th december

33.1 to 33.4

33.1 Introduction

33.2 Some basic formulae

33.3 Doman and range of trigonometrical functions

33.4 Sum and difference formulae

Do objective type exercises 58,

13th December

33.5 Sun and difference into products

33.6 product into sum and difference

Do objective type exercises 84,91, 92, 104, 115,

14th December

33.7 T-ratios of the sum of three or more angles

Do objective type exercises 39, 44, 106, 113, 117,

15th December

33.8 Values of trigonometric ratios of some important angles and some important results

Do objective type exercises 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11

16th December

33.9 Expressions of sin A/2 and cos A/2 in terms of sin A

Do objective type exercises 12,13,14,15,16,17,19,20,21,22

17th December

33.10 maximum and minimum values of trigonometrical functions

4,18,23-30

18th December

31 to 45

19th December

46 - 60

20 December

61 - 75

21 December

76-90

(Total 148 are there. You can do remaining problems in the next 10 days durng the revision period).

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October 2008

### Study Guide - Organic Chemistry - Basic Principles and Techniques

This is an important chapter. Various concepts that you come across in this chapter are referred to in the later chapter in discussing various reactions and compounds.

Nomenclature of various compounds is important as well as their structural representation.

Nomenclature of various compounds is important as well as their structural representation.

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### IIt JEE 2010 Study Plan for 12 - 21 October 2008

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

Sections

12.1 General Introduction

12.2 Tetravalency of Caron

12.3 Structural representations of organic compounds

12.4 Classification of Organic Compounds

12.5 Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

12.6 Isomerism

12.7 Fundamental concepts in Organic Reaction Mechanisms

12.8 Methods of purification of Organic Compounds

12.9 Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds

12.10 Quantitative Analysis

12th December

12.1 General Introduction

12.2 Tetravalency of Caron

12.3 Structural representations of organic compounds

13th December

12.3 Structural representations of organic compounds

Exercise problems: 1,2,3

14th December

12.4 Classification of Organic Compounds

12.5 Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

15th December

12.5 Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

Exercise problems:4,5,6,7,8

16th December

12.6 Isomerism

12.7 Fundamental concepts in Organic Reaction Mechanisms

17th December

12.7 Fundamental concepts in Organic Reaction Mechanisms

Exercise problems:9,10,11,12,13,14

18th December

12.8 Methods of purification of Organic Compounds

Exercise problems:15 to 20

19th December

12.9 Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds

20th December

12.10 Quantitative Analysis

Exercise problems:21 to 26

21st December

12.10 Quantitative Analysis

26-30

There are 40 questions in this chapter- You are leaving 10 questions for the next 10-days (Revision time of the chapter)

Remember you have to revise the earlier chapter during these 10 days and do around 2 problems or questions from that chapter every day.

Sections

12.1 General Introduction

12.2 Tetravalency of Caron

12.3 Structural representations of organic compounds

12.4 Classification of Organic Compounds

12.5 Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

12.6 Isomerism

12.7 Fundamental concepts in Organic Reaction Mechanisms

12.8 Methods of purification of Organic Compounds

12.9 Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds

12.10 Quantitative Analysis

12th December

12.1 General Introduction

12.2 Tetravalency of Caron

12.3 Structural representations of organic compounds

13th December

12.3 Structural representations of organic compounds

Exercise problems: 1,2,3

14th December

12.4 Classification of Organic Compounds

12.5 Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

15th December

12.5 Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

Exercise problems:4,5,6,7,8

16th December

12.6 Isomerism

12.7 Fundamental concepts in Organic Reaction Mechanisms

17th December

12.7 Fundamental concepts in Organic Reaction Mechanisms

Exercise problems:9,10,11,12,13,14

18th December

12.8 Methods of purification of Organic Compounds

Exercise problems:15 to 20

19th December

12.9 Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds

20th December

12.10 Quantitative Analysis

Exercise problems:21 to 26

21st December

12.10 Quantitative Analysis

26-30

There are 40 questions in this chapter- You are leaving 10 questions for the next 10-days (Revision time of the chapter)

Remember you have to revise the earlier chapter during these 10 days and do around 2 problems or questions from that chapter every day.

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October 2008

## Thursday, October 9, 2008

### Interesting Physics Videos

Enquiries of Physics

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http://www.wfu.edu/physics/demolabs/demos/avimov/bychptr/chptr9_optics.htm

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### Monthly Plan - October 2008

Giving the daily plan is becoming tedious for me. I shall still try to give when I am able to spare time. But as the model is developed for a month by me, I hope, the model can be easily followed.

I am trying to develop the revision point material for Physics in this month.

Chemistry

NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Unit – 10 S-Block Elements

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Mathematics

RD Sharma

12. Determinants (some portion)

33. Elementary trigonometry

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Physics

HC Verma

16. Sound waves

18. Geometrical optics

19. Optical instruments

I am trying to develop the revision point material for Physics in this month.

Chemistry

NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Unit – 10 S-Block Elements

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Mathematics

RD Sharma

12. Determinants (some portion)

33. Elementary trigonometry

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Physics

HC Verma

16. Sound waves

18. Geometrical optics

19. Optical instruments

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Monthly Plan,
October 2008

## Monday, October 6, 2008

### Download NCERT Books

visit the page

http://www.ncert.nic.in/textbooks/testing/Index.htm

From the three dialogue boxes choose the book you want.

Click go

The contents page will come.

http://www.ncert.nic.in/textbooks/testing/Index.htm

From the three dialogue boxes choose the book you want.

Click go

The contents page will come.

**Click on each chapter name to download the chapter**.
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Books

### 7 October Physics Chapter Sound Waves Study Plan

7 October Physics Chapter Sound Waves – Ch.16 Session 6

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.11 Beats

16.12 Diffraction

Study example 16.7

Study worked out examples 10 11and 12

Do the exercise problems 14 and 16.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 43 - 45

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.11 Beats

16.12 Diffraction

Study example 16.7

Study worked out examples 10 11and 12

Do the exercise problems 14 and 16.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 43 - 45

Labels:
October 2008,
Physics Study Plan

### 7 October 2008 Mathematics study plan

7 October 2008 Mathematics - Determinants Study session 6

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Do illustrative obj type examples 11 to 20 (If any problem requires concepts not covered so far ignore it and go forward.

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 36 to 40 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Do illustrative obj type examples 11 to 20 (If any problem requires concepts not covered so far ignore it and go forward.

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 36 to 40 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Labels:
Mathematics Study plan,
October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 7 October

7 October 2008 Chapter S-Block Elements Session 6

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Answer Exercise questions 21-26

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Answer Exercise questions 21-26

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

Labels:
Chemistry Study Plan,
October 2008

## Sunday, October 5, 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Study Plan 6 October 2008

6 October Physics Chapter Sound Waves – Ch.16 Session 5

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.9 Standing longitudinal waves and vibrations of air columns

16.10 Determination of speed of sound in Air

Study example 16.6

Study worked out examples 8 and 9

Do the exercise problems 11and 13.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 40 - 42

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.9 Standing longitudinal waves and vibrations of air columns

16.10 Determination of speed of sound in Air

Study example 16.6

Study worked out examples 8 and 9

Do the exercise problems 11and 13.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 40 - 42

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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October 2008,
Physics Study Plan

### JEE 2010 Mathematics Day Study Plan 6 October

6 October 2008 Mathematics - Determinants Study session 5

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Do illustrative obj type examples 1 to 10

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 31 to 35 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Join

IIT JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Do illustrative obj type examples 1 to 10

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 31 to 35 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Join

IIT JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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Mathematics Study plan,
October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 6 October

6 October 2008 Chapter S-Block Elements Session 5

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.8, 10.9, 10.10

Answer Exercise questions 16-20

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

Visit for some material on various compounds of metals given in JEE syllabus

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-metals

Visit for material on non-metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

Visit for compounds of non metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-nonmetals

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

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Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.8, 10.9, 10.10

Answer Exercise questions 16-20

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

Visit for some material on various compounds of metals given in JEE syllabus

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-metals

Visit for material on non-metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

Visit for compounds of non metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-nonmetals

JOIN

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Chemistry Study Plan,
Strategy

### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Study Plan 5 October 2008

5 October Physics Chapter Sound Waves – Ch.16 Session 4

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.7 Appearance of sound to ear

16.8 Interference of sound waves

Study example 16.4,16.5

Study worked out examples 5,6,7

Do the exercise problems 7 and 9

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 37 - 39

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.7 Appearance of sound to ear

16.8 Interference of sound waves

Study example 16.4,16.5

Study worked out examples 5,6,7

Do the exercise problems 7 and 9

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 37 - 39

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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October 2008,
Physics Study Plan

### JEE 2010 Mathematics Day Study Plan 5 October

5 October 2008 Mathematics - Determinants Study session 4

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Study sections

12.6 Evaluation of Determinants using Factor Theorem

2 examples

12.7 Product of determinants

5 examples

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 26 to 30 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Join

IIT JEE academy orkut community.

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Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Study sections

12.6 Evaluation of Determinants using Factor Theorem

2 examples

12.7 Product of determinants

5 examples

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 26 to 30 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Join

IIT JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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Mathematics Study plan,
October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 5 October

5 October 2008 Chapter S-Block Elements Session 4

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.6 Group 2 elements

10.7 General characteristics of compounds of alkaline earth metals

Answer Exercise questions 2,6,8,14,15

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.6 Group 2 elements

10.7 General characteristics of compounds of alkaline earth metals

Answer Exercise questions 2,6,8,14,15

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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Chemistry Study Plan,
October 2008

## Friday, October 3, 2008

### NCERT Chemistry – Chapter Names

Class XI

Part I

1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

2. Structure of Atom

3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

5. States of Matter

6. Thermodynamics

7. Equilibrium

Part II

8. Redox Reactions

9. Hydrogen

10. The S-Block Elements

11. The p-Block Elements

12. Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques

13. Hydrocarbons

14. Environmental Chemistry

Class XII

Part I

1. The Solid State

2. Solutions

3. Electrochemistry

4. Chemical Kinetics

5. Surface chemistry

6. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

7. The p-Block Elements

8. The d-and f-Block Elements

9. Coordination Compounds

Part II

10. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

11. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

12. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

13. Amines

14. Biomolecules

15. Polymers

16. Chemistry in Everyday Life

Part I

1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

2. Structure of Atom

3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

5. States of Matter

6. Thermodynamics

7. Equilibrium

Part II

8. Redox Reactions

9. Hydrogen

10. The S-Block Elements

11. The p-Block Elements

12. Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques

13. Hydrocarbons

14. Environmental Chemistry

Class XII

Part I

1. The Solid State

2. Solutions

3. Electrochemistry

4. Chemical Kinetics

5. Surface chemistry

6. General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Elements

7. The p-Block Elements

8. The d-and f-Block Elements

9. Coordination Compounds

Part II

10. Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

11. Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers

12. Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

13. Amines

14. Biomolecules

15. Polymers

16. Chemistry in Everyday Life

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Chemistry

### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Study Plan 4 October 2008

4 October Physics Chapter Sound Waves – Ch.16 Session 3

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.5 Effect of pressure, temperature and humidity on the speed of sound in air

16.6 Intensity of sound waves

Study example 16.3

Study worked out examples 3 and 4

Do the exercise problems 4and 6.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 34 - 36

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.5 Effect of pressure, temperature and humidity on the speed of sound in air

16.6 Intensity of sound waves

Study example 16.3

Study worked out examples 3 and 4

Do the exercise problems 4and 6.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 34 - 36

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Labels:
October 2008,
Physics Study Plan

### JEE 2010 Mathematics Study plan 4 October 2008

4 October 2008 Mathematics - Determinants Study session 3

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Study sections

12.5 Evaluation of Determinants

Do all the 19 example problems

Join

IIT JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Study sections

12.5 Evaluation of Determinants

Do all the 19 example problems

Join

IIT JEE academy orkut community.

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Mathematics Study plan,
October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 4 October 2008

4 October 2008 Chapter S-Block Elements Session 3

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.4 Some Important Compounds of Sodium

Sodium Carbonate

Sodium Chloride

Sodium Hydroxide

Sodium Hydrogencarbonate

10.5 Biological Importance of Sodium and Potassium

Answer Exercise questions 7,9,10,12, 13,

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

Visit for some material on various compounds of metals given in JEE syllabus

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-metals

Visit for material on non-metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

Visit for compounds of non metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-nonmetals

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.4 Some Important Compounds of Sodium

Sodium Carbonate

Sodium Chloride

Sodium Hydroxide

Sodium Hydrogencarbonate

10.5 Biological Importance of Sodium and Potassium

Answer Exercise questions 7,9,10,12, 13,

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter or do two questions from Past IIT JEE questions

Visit for some material on various compounds of metals given in JEE syllabus

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-metals

Visit for material on non-metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

Visit for compounds of non metals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Compounds-nonmetals

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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Chemistry Study Plan,
October 2008

## Thursday, October 2, 2008

### Sound Waves and Doppler Effect - Audio Visual Lecture

http://www.curriki.org/nroc/Introductory_Physics_2/lesson45/Container.html

Contains material on

Sound waves

Doppler effect

Sonic Boom

Contains material on

Sound waves

Doppler effect

Sonic Boom

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Online-material

### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Study Plan 3-October

3 October Physics Chapter Sound Waves – Ch.16 Session 2

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.3 Speed of sound wave in a material medium

16.4 Speed of sound in a gas: Newton’s formula and Laplace’s correction

Study worked out examples 1 and 2

Do the exercise problems 1and 2.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 31 - 33

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Study Sections in the Chapter

16.3 Speed of sound wave in a material medium

16.4 Speed of sound in a gas: Newton’s formula and Laplace’s correction

Study worked out examples 1 and 2

Do the exercise problems 1and 2.

Previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 31 - 33

Revision points and formulas of wave motion

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Labels:
October 2008,
Physics Study Plan

### JEE 2010 Mathematics Day Study Plan 3 October

3 October 2008 Mathematics - Determinants Study session 2

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Study three sections

12.2 Singular matrix

12.3 Minors and cofactors

12.4 properties of determinants

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 21 to 25 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Any doubt regarding the chapters raise it in the JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

Study three sections

12.2 Singular matrix

12.3 Minors and cofactors

12.4 properties of determinants

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 21 to 25 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Any doubt regarding the chapters raise it in the JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Labels:
Mathematics Study plan,
October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 3 October

3 October 2008 Chapter S-Block Elements Session 2

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.2 General Characteristics of the Compounds of the Alkali Metals

10.2.1 Oxides and Hydroxides

10.2.2. Halides

10.2.3 Salts of Oxo acids

10.3 Anomalous Properties of Lithium

10.3.1 Points of Difference between Lithium and other Alkali Metals

10.3.2 points of similarity between Lithium and Magnesium

Example Problem 10.3

Answer Exercise question 3,4,5,.

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter

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Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

10.2 General Characteristics of the Compounds of the Alkali Metals

10.2.1 Oxides and Hydroxides

10.2.2. Halides

10.2.3 Salts of Oxo acids

10.3 Anomalous Properties of Lithium

10.3.1 Points of Difference between Lithium and other Alkali Metals

10.3.2 points of similarity between Lithium and Magnesium

Example Problem 10.3

Answer Exercise question 3,4,5,.

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter

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Chemistry Study Plan,
October 2008

### Daily Study - Focus on Important Points

The expectation is that JEE aspirants study for 10 hours a day.

Include your college time and coaching class time in it.

I am giving a schedule of new material that you have to cover every day. Even though I might think it will take an hour every day for each subject, the actual time may vary.

In the remaining time, you have to revise old lessons, attempt some new problems available in other texts, do homework as assigned by the college and coaching classes. You have to plan and manage the time to cover every day new material, revise old material and complete all the assigned work.

I feel every hour, you can focus on three points from the subject. This way in a day you can easily focus on around 40 points. This could be a easy way of learning also.

When you are sitting and listening in a class pick out an important point at the beginning of the class from the material being taught in the class. In the middle of the lecture pick one more point. In the end of the lecture pick one more point. By doing this at the end of the hour, you will have three points which you can recollect more easily. From brain, material comes out by association. When you recall one point easily more points that were covered in the class follow them.

Having a policy of thinking about three points every hour will help you to accumulate the wealth of knowledge in a very easy way.

Include your college time and coaching class time in it.

I am giving a schedule of new material that you have to cover every day. Even though I might think it will take an hour every day for each subject, the actual time may vary.

In the remaining time, you have to revise old lessons, attempt some new problems available in other texts, do homework as assigned by the college and coaching classes. You have to plan and manage the time to cover every day new material, revise old material and complete all the assigned work.

**FOCUS ON THREE IMPORTANT POINTS FROM THE SUBJECT EVERY HOUR.**I feel every hour, you can focus on three points from the subject. This way in a day you can easily focus on around 40 points. This could be a easy way of learning also.

When you are sitting and listening in a class pick out an important point at the beginning of the class from the material being taught in the class. In the middle of the lecture pick one more point. In the end of the lecture pick one more point. By doing this at the end of the hour, you will have three points which you can recollect more easily. From brain, material comes out by association. When you recall one point easily more points that were covered in the class follow them.

Having a policy of thinking about three points every hour will help you to accumulate the wealth of knowledge in a very easy way.

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### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Study Plan 2-October

2 October Physics

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Sections in the Chapter

16.1 The Nature and Propagation of sound waves

16.2 Displacement wave and pressure wave

16.3 Speed of sound wave in a material medium

16.4 Speed of sound in a gas: Newton’s formula and Laplace’s correction

16.5 Effect of pressure, temperature and humidity on the speed of sound in air

16.6 Intensity of sound waves.

16.7 Appearance of sound to human air

16.8 Interference of sound waves

16.9 Standing longitudinal waves and vibrations of air columns

16.10 Determination of speed of sound in air

16.11 Beats

16.12 Diffraction

16.13 Doppler effect

16.14 Sonic Boom

16.15 Musical Scale

Study today sections 16.1 and 16.2

From previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 26 - 30

Have a look at revision points and formulas in

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

**New Chapter**Sound Waves – Ch.16 Session 1Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Sections in the Chapter

16.1 The Nature and Propagation of sound waves

16.2 Displacement wave and pressure wave

16.3 Speed of sound wave in a material medium

16.4 Speed of sound in a gas: Newton’s formula and Laplace’s correction

16.5 Effect of pressure, temperature and humidity on the speed of sound in air

16.6 Intensity of sound waves.

16.7 Appearance of sound to human air

16.8 Interference of sound waves

16.9 Standing longitudinal waves and vibrations of air columns

16.10 Determination of speed of sound in air

16.11 Beats

16.12 Diffraction

16.13 Doppler effect

16.14 Sonic Boom

16.15 Musical Scale

Study today sections 16.1 and 16.2

From previous chapter Wave motion on spring

Do exercise problems 26 - 30

Have a look at revision points and formulas in

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Ask doubts if any in orkut community

IIT-JEE-Academy

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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### JEE 2010 Mathematics Day Study Plan 2-October

2 October 2008 Mathematics New Chapter Determinants Study session 1

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

12.1 Definitions

12.2 Singular matrix

12.3 Minors and cofactors

12.4 properties of determinants

12.5 Evaluation of determinants

12.6 Evaluation of determinants using factor theorem

12.7 Product of determinants

12.8 Differentiation of determinants

12.9 Application of determinants to coordinate geometry

12.10 Application of determinants in solving a system of linear equations

We will take up sections 12.1 to 12.7 in this year.

Study section 12.1 today. There are three examples in this section

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 16 to 20 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Any doubt regarding the chapters raise it in the JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Chapter 12 Determinants

12.1 Definitions

12.2 Singular matrix

12.3 Minors and cofactors

12.4 properties of determinants

12.5 Evaluation of determinants

12.6 Evaluation of determinants using factor theorem

12.7 Product of determinants

12.8 Differentiation of determinants

12.9 Application of determinants to coordinate geometry

12.10 Application of determinants in solving a system of linear equations

We will take up sections 12.1 to 12.7 in this year.

Study section 12.1 today. There are three examples in this section

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 16 to 20 (There are a total of 57 problems in this exercise)

Any doubt regarding the chapters raise it in the JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 2-October 2008

2 October 2008

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

Introduction

10.1 Group 1 elements

10.1.1 Electronic configuration

10.1.2 Atomic and Ionic Radii

10.1.3 Ionization Enthalpy

10.1.4 Hydration enthalpy

10.1.5 Physical Properties

10.1.6 Chemical Properties

10.1.7 Uses

Study example problems 10.1 and 10.2.2008

10.1 What is the oxidation state of K in KO2?

Answer:

The superoxide species is represented as O

Since the compound is neutral, therefore, the oxidation state of potassium is +1.

10.2 The E

For I

For Na

For Li

Arrange the following ionic species in decreasing order of reducing strength:

I

Answer: Li>Na> I

Answer Exercise question 1.

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter

Revise the P-Block Elements chapter

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

**New chapter**Chapter S-Block Elements Session 1Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 10

Study Sections in the chapter

Introduction

10.1 Group 1 elements

10.1.1 Electronic configuration

10.1.2 Atomic and Ionic Radii

10.1.3 Ionization Enthalpy

10.1.4 Hydration enthalpy

10.1.5 Physical Properties

10.1.6 Chemical Properties

10.1.7 Uses

Study example problems 10.1 and 10.2.2008

10.1 What is the oxidation state of K in KO2?

Answer:

The superoxide species is represented as O

_{2}^{-}.Since the compound is neutral, therefore, the oxidation state of potassium is +1.

10.2 The E

^{Θ}of Cl_{2}/Cl^{-}is +1.36.For I

_{2}/I^{-}is +0.53.For Na

^{+}/Na is -2.71.For Li

^{+}/Li it is -3.04.Arrange the following ionic species in decreasing order of reducing strength:

I

^{-}, Ag, Cl^{-}, Li, NaAnswer: Li>Na> I

^{-}>Ag>Cl^{-}Answer Exercise question 1.

Revise two exercise questions from P-Block chapter

Revise the P-Block Elements chapter

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

**JOIN**IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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October 2008

## Wednesday, October 1, 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 October Month Study Plan

Chemistry

NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Unit – 10 S-Block Elements

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Mathematics

RD Sharma

12. Determinants (some portion)

33. Elementary trigonometry

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Physics

HC Verma

16. Sound waves

18. Geometrical optics

19. Optical instruments

NCERT and Dr. Jauhar

Unit – 10 S-Block Elements

Unit 12. Organic Chemistry Some Basic Principles and techniques

Unit. 13 Hydrocarbons – Alkanes

Mathematics

RD Sharma

12. Determinants (some portion)

33. Elementary trigonometry

34. Solution of triangles and other applications of trigonometry

Physics

HC Verma

16. Sound waves

18. Geometrical optics

19. Optical instruments

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October 2008

### JEE 2010 Mathematics Day Study Plan 1 October

1 October 2008 Mathematics Matrices Study session 10

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Matrices almost all the questions related to the portion covered was done. Concentrate on Binomial chapter today as still there are problems to be done in that chapter

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 6 to 15

Do True or False Questions 1 to 7

Any doubt regarding the chapter raise it in the JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on the Text: Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma

Matrices almost all the questions related to the portion covered was done. Concentrate on Binomial chapter today as still there are problems to be done in that chapter

In the previous chapter Binomial theorem do problems

Practice exercise problems 6 to 15

Do True or False Questions 1 to 7

Any doubt regarding the chapter raise it in the JEE academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Chemistry Study Plan 1 October

1 October 2008 Chapter P-Block Elements Session 10

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 11

Revise the chapter.

Have a look at revision points

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

Study guide to nonmetals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2007/10/study-guide-ch13-non-metlas.html

Revise Thermodynamics chapter. Have a look at revision points

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Chemical%20energetics

If you have past JEE problems book look into the problems related to the chapter

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

Based on NCERT BOOK, Class XI, Part II, Unit 11

Revise the chapter.

Have a look at revision points

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Nonmetals

Study guide to nonmetals

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/2007/10/study-guide-ch13-non-metlas.html

Revise Thermodynamics chapter. Have a look at revision points

http://iit-jee-chemistry.blogspot.com/search/label/Chemical%20energetics

If you have past JEE problems book look into the problems related to the chapter

JOIN

IIT JEE Academy orkut community.

http://www.orkut.co.in/Community.aspx?cmm=39291603

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October 2008

### IIT JEE 2010 Physics Day's Study Plan 1 October 2008

1 October Physics Wave Motion and Waves on a String – Ch.15 Session 10

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Revise the lesson

Have a look at revision points and formulas in

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Do exercise problems 19 to 25

Based on Text: Concepts of Physics, H C Verma, Part I

Revise the lesson

Have a look at revision points and formulas in

http://iit-jee-physics.blogspot.com/search/label/Wave%20motion

Do exercise problems 19 to 25

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September 2008

Andhra Pradesh is sending the most number of students to IITs in the country.

The JEE organizing committee’s report to MHRD proves so.

This year(JEE 2008) the maximum number of students qualifying for IIT from a single state - 1,697 - came from Andhra Pradesh with Uttar Pradesh following next with 1,194 students out of a total of 5,524 successful candidates.

According to the data compiled after the joint entrance examination (JEE) in 2007, Andhra had given the highest number of students to IITs - 1,384.

As for the maximum number of students appearing for JEE, UP leads the pack with 72,028 students appearing for JEE 2008 while 57,488 in 2007. Bihar also had a huge number of IIT aspirants - 30,490 this year and 14,854 in 2007 - however, unlike UPSC exams, they could not take IITs by storm. While 533 qualified this time, 146 were successful last year.

The JEE organizing committee’s report to MHRD proves so.

This year(JEE 2008) the maximum number of students qualifying for IIT from a single state - 1,697 - came from Andhra Pradesh with Uttar Pradesh following next with 1,194 students out of a total of 5,524 successful candidates.

According to the data compiled after the joint entrance examination (JEE) in 2007, Andhra had given the highest number of students to IITs - 1,384.

As for the maximum number of students appearing for JEE, UP leads the pack with 72,028 students appearing for JEE 2008 while 57,488 in 2007. Bihar also had a huge number of IIT aspirants - 30,490 this year and 14,854 in 2007 - however, unlike UPSC exams, they could not take IITs by storm. While 533 qualified this time, 146 were successful last year.

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