# Trigonometric Functions Class 11 Maths

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Complete Syllabus of Class 11 Maths Chapter 3 Trigonometric Functions:

NCERT Exercise 3.1

NCERT Exercise 3.2

NCERT Exercise 3.3

NCERT Exercise 3.4

NCERT Supplementary Exercise 3.5

NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise

NCERT Chapter 3 Examples

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## Lecture - 1

- Meaning and origin of Word Trigonometry
- Basics of Angles: Positive angles, negative angles, vertex with animations
- Measuring an angle
- Basics of Degree measure, minutes and seconds
- Basics of Radian measure with animation
- Relation between degree measure and radian measure
- NCERT Exercise 3.1 Question 1 (Degree to radian conversion)
- NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise (Q11 & Q9)

## Lecture - 2

- Radian to degree conversion
- NCERT Exercise 3.1 (Q2 to Q7)
- Radian measure for non-unit circles

## Lecture - 3

- Basics of unit circle in trigonometry
- Signs of trigonometry ratios in different quadrants and at different angles
- Shortcut trick to remember signs of trigonometry ratios in different quadrant
- NCERT Exercise 3.2 (Q1 to Q5)
- Relationship between trigonometric ratios of positive and negative angles

## Lecture - 4

- Working with unit circle in trigonometry through horizontal line, coterminal angles and allied angles
- NCERT Exercise 3.2 (Q6 to Q10)

## Lecture - 5

- Working with unit circle in trigonometry through vertical line
- Some extra questions from NCERT Exemplar problem, CBSE Support material and other books explaining working with coterminal and allied angles
- Working with unit circle in trigonometry (on horizontal and vertical line)
- NCERT Example 9
- NCERT Exercise 3.3 (Q1 & Q3)

## Lecture - 6

- NCERT Exercise 3.3 (Q2 to Q4)
- Derivation of identity for sin(A+B) using example of sin75°
- Value of sin75° using sin(A+B) identity NCERT Exercise 3.3 Question 5 (i)
- Derivation for sin(A-B)
- Derivation for cos(A+B)
- Derivation for cos(A-B)
- Derivation for tan(A+B) and tan(A-B)
- NCERT Exercise 3.3 Question 5 (ii) Value of tan15°
- NCERT Example 13

## Lecture - 7

- NCERT Exercise 3.3 (Q6 to Q11)
- Derivation for sin(A+B)+sin(A-B), sin(A+B)-sin(A-B), cos(A+B)+cos(A-B), cos(A+B)-cos(A-B)
- Derivation for twice angles sin2x, cos2x and tan2x
- NCERT Exercise 3.3 (Q23 & Q24)

## Lecture - 8

- Derivation for thrice angles sin3x, cos3x and tan3x
- Derivation for sinA+sinB, sinA-sinB, cosA+cosB and cosA-cosB
- NCERT Exercise 3.3 (Q12 to Q15)

## Lecture - 9

- NCERT Exercise 3.3 (Q16 to Q22)
- NCERT Exercise 3.3 Question 25
- Derivation for cot(A+B) and cot(A-B)
- NCERT Example 14

## Lecture - 11

- Derivation for half angles, sin(x/2), cos(x/2) and tan(x/2)
- NCERT Example 27 to 29
- Miscellaneous Exercise (Q8 to Q10)

## Lecture - 12

- Introduction to Trigonometry Equations
- Derivation of general solutions for zeroes trigonometry equations
- Derivation of general solutions for non zeroes trigonometry equations
- General Solutions and Principal Solutions
- NCERT Exercise 3.4 (Q1 to Q9)
- NCERT Example 22 & 24

## Lecture - 13

- Purpose for Law of Sines and Law of cosines
- Derivation of Law of sines for Acute angles
- Derivation of Law of sines for Obtuse angles
- Derivation of Law of cosines for Acute angles
- Derivation of Law of cosines for Obtuse angles
- Derivation of Law of sines and Law of cosines for right angle