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Download CBSE Class 12 Maths Lab Manual 2020-21 Session in PDF

CBSE Maths Lab Manual for Class 12 is prepared with the latest syllabus of the academic year made by expert teachers with at least 20 years of experience. Students must be aware that there will be internal assessments of 20 marks. Out of 20 marks (internal assessment), 10 marks will be given based on Mathematics Activities, and the rest 10 marks will be given based on the periodic test. With the upgrading level of mathematics, the subject becomes difficult with every class; that’s why we are providing Class 12 Maths Lab Manual to obtain a great score in the final examination.

[Page Index]
1. Summary

2. CBSE 12 Study Materials
3. CBSE Class 12 Maths Lab Manual

4. Class 12 Maths Useful Resources
5. Scholarships Scheme
6. Olympiad Exam 2020-21
7. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
8. CBSE Useful Resources

CBSE Class 12 Maths Lab Manual Overview

Before we discussed the Class 12 Lab Manual, let us check the CBSE Class 12 Summary; Below, we have mentioned complete CBSE Class 12 Summary. The student is advised to check out to complete summary.

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Class 12 Maths Useful Resources

We have tried to bring CBSE Class 12 Maths NCERT Study Materials like Syllabus, Worksheet, Sample Paper, NCERT Solution, Important Books, Holiday Homework, Previous Year Question Paper etc. You can visit all these important topics by clicking the links given.

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Maths SyllabusClick HereMaths Revision NotesClick Here
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Maths NCERT BookClick HereMaths Marking SchemeClick Here
Maths NCERT Exemplar BooksClick HereMaths Sample PaperClick Here
Maths Previous Year PaperClick HereMaths RD Sharma SolutionsClick Here

Class 12 Maths Syllabus

Check out the latest CBSE NCERT Class 12 Maths Syllabus. The syllabus is for the academic year 2020-21 session. First, of all check the CBSE Class 12 Mathematics Syllabus in PDF formate with exam pattern. students are advised to check out the complete syllabus.

Class 12 Maths Exam Pattern

Here in this Section, we have mentioned the Class 12 Maths Exam Pattern. Students can check the Class 12 Maths Exam Pattern for the academic year 2020-21.

No. Units No. of Periods Marks
I. Relations and Functions 30 08
II. Algebra 50 10
III. Calculus 80 35
IV. Vectors and Three – Dimensional Geometry 30 14
V. Linear Programming 20 05
VI. Probability 30 08
Total 240 80
Internal Assessment 20

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Class 12 Mathematics Lab Manual

Below we have mentioned the CBSE Class 12 Maths Lab Manual. Students have checked the complete Class 12 Maths Lab Manual in pdf for the great score in the final examination.

Example of Lab Manual

Class 12 Maths Lab Manual

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Activity No.Objectives NameDownload Here
Activity 1To verify that the relation R in the set
L of all lines in a plane, defined by
R = {(l, m) : l ⊥ m} is symmetric but
neither reflexive nor transitive.
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Activity 2To verify that the relation R in the set
L of all lines in a plane, defined by
R = {( l, m) : l || m} is an equivalence
relation.
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Activity 3To demonstrate a function which is
not one-one but is onto.
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Activity 4To demonstrate a function which is
one-one but not onto.
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Activity 5To draw the graph of 1
sin x, using the
graph of sin x and demonstrate the
concept of mirror reflection (about
the line y = x).
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Activity 6To explore the principal value of
the function sin–1 x using a unit
circle.
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Activity 7To sketch the graphs of an x and logs x,
a > 0, a ≠ 1 and to examine that they
are mirror images of each other.
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Activity 8To establish a relationship between
common logarithm (to the base 10)
and natural logarithm (to the base e)
of the number x.
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Activity 9To find analytically the limit of a
function f (x) at x = c and also to check
the continuity of the function at that
point.
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Activity 10To verify that for a function f to be
continuous at given point x0,
∆ = + ∆ y f x x f x ( 0 ) – ( 0 ) is
arbitrarily small provided.∆x is
sufficiently small.
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Activity 11To verify Rolle’s Theorem.Click Here
Activity 12To verify Lagrange’s Mean Value
Theorem.
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Activity 13To understand the concepts of
decreasing and increasing functions.
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Activity 14To understand the concepts of local
maxima, local minima and point of
inflexion.
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Activity 15To understand the concepts of
absolute maximum and minimum
values of a function in a given closed
interval through its graph.
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Activity 16To construct an open box of maximum
volume from a given rectangular sheet
by cutting equal squares from each
corner.
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Activity 17To find the time when the area of a
a rectangle of given dimensions become
maximum, if the length is decreasing
and the breadth is increasing at given
rates.
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Activity 18To verify that amongst all the rect
angles of the same perimeter, the
square has the maximum area.
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Activity 19To evaluate the definite integral
2 (1 )b a − x∫dx as the limit of a sum and
verify it by actual integration.
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Activity 20To verify geometrically that
c a b c a c b
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Activity 21To verify that angle in a semi-circle is
a right angle, using vector method.
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Activity 22To locate the points to give
coordinates in space, measure the
distance between two points in space
and then to verify the distance using
distance formula.
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Activity 23To demonstrate the equation of a plane
in normal form.
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Activity 24To verify that the angle between two
planes are the same as the angle between
their normals.
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Activity 25To find the distance of a given point (in
space) from a plane (passing through
three non-collinear points) by actual
measurement and also analytically.
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Activity 26To measure the shortest distance
between two skew lines and verify it
analytically.
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Activity 27To explain the computation of
the conditional probability of a given
event A, when event B has already
occurred, through an example of
throwing a pair of dice.
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Class 12 Maths Lab Manual Projects

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CBSE 12 Study Materials

We have tried to bring all the useful links CBSE NCERT Study Materials like Syllabus, Worksheet, Sample Paper, NCERT Solutions, Marking Scheme, Important Books, Holiday Homework, Previous Year Question Papers and Study Materials. You can visit all these important links by clicking links/Icons given.​

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BooksClick HereHoliday HomeworkClick Here
NCERT Exemplar BookClick HereMarking SchemeClick Here
NCERT SolutionClick HereWorksheetClick Here
Lab ManualClick HereSample PaperClick Here
Previous Year PapersClick HerePhysics Pradeep SolutionClick Here
RD Sharma SolutionsClick Here

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Scholarships Scheme

The scholarships recognize merit and talent of students. Students may apply for the Scholarships at the beginning of the academic year. School/College may offer a scholarship to a deserving candidate under the following categories.

  • School/College Merit Scholarships.
  • Students belonging to the economically weaker sections may ask for fee concession (*depends on the School/college administrations).
  • Merit cum means based scholarships are also awarded by the college to deserving students.
  • Merit & National Scholarships for brilliant students under Central & State Govt.

NOTE:- Check the various Top scholarship scheme in India

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Olympiad Exam 2020-21

Here in this session, we provide the Olympiad Exam 2020-21. You can see the Olympiad Exam.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q.1. Is 12th easier than 11th?

Ans: You can’t compare like this. Both are on the same level. If you are in class 11th conceptually, then you do have to face problem in class 12th. You will find the class 12th syllabus easier as compare to class 11th. And, entrances exams also contains about 60% weightage from class 11th.

Q.2. How can I score full marks in English 12th?

Ans: Follow these guidelines for scoring maximum marks in English class 12th:
1. Letter-writing and summary writing formats must be in a good manner.
2. Comprehension: Read your comprehension passage thoroughly.
3. Focus on improving your writing skills
4. Solve maximum sample question papers.
5. Prepare notes on character sketches and central themes.
6. Underline important points in your answers.
7. Selective studying is never a good idea.
8. Time management is crucial
9. Handwriting always plays an important role in scoring good marks.
10. It is important to be systematic.

Q.3. How many students appeared in CBSE 12th 2020 science?

Ans: Over 30 Lack Student appeared in the 12th Science Exam, reported by Hindustan Times News Paper.

Q.4. Is CBSE give grace marks in Physics 2020

Ans: There is no such grace marks policy in CBSE although there is a policy of lenient marking if the responses of student say that paper was tough they will mark for the attempted question.

Q. 5. Does CBSE try to pass all students?

Ans: Yes, of course, CBSE tries to pass every student if the students have written well in their exams. But, if the students have not attempted their paper well and up to the mark then CBSE can fail that student. So, to pass in the exams, students should attempt all the questions, also if they don’t know the answer fully.

Q.6. What is passing marks out of 80?

Ans: The passing marks for theory paper out of 80 are 26, out of 70 marks students need to attain 23 marks and out of 60 marks, 19 marks are required to pass the examination. For practical examination, out of 40, 13 marks are required. Out of 30 marks, 9 marks are needed to pass the exam.

Q.7. How is best of 5 calculated in CBSE?

Ans: The rule of best of 5 subjects in CBSE board is to make the average of any 5 subjects in which you have scored highest in your final exam. It is compulsory to take English as one of the 5 subjects and any other 4 highest scoring subjects to calculate the best of five in CBSE.

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