NEB Grade 11 Mathematics offers a comprehensive exploration of diverse mathematical concepts, enabling students to develop a profound understanding of various essential curriculum areas. This includes algebra, trigonometry, analytic geometry, vector, statistics and probability, calculus, and computational methods or mechanics.

This mathematics curriculum encompasses a diverse range of topics, spanning seven chapters in Algebra. These chapters delve into logic, set, real numbers, function, curve sketching, sequence and series, matrices, determinants, polynomial equations, and complex numbers. Trigonometry comprises two chapters, exploring inverse circular functions and general values of trigonometric equations. Analytic Geometry, meanwhile, comprises three chapters: Straight Line, Pair of Straight Lines, and Coordinate in Spaceâ€”offering insights into geometric figures represented algebraically. The vector segment consists of two chapters, delving into vectors and product of vectors. In statistics and probability, measures of dispersion, skewness and laws of probability take center stage.

The Calculus segment is composed of four chapters: Limits and Continuity, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives, and Antiderivatives. Computational methods consist of numerical computation and numerical Integration. Mechanics contributes two chapters on statics and dynamics. Immerse yourself in this well-rounded and captivating Grade 11 Mathematics course, and empower yourself with essential mathematical skills and knowledge.

Prepare for a future full of possibilities as you unlock the power of mathematics. Let’s embark on this exciting journey together!

- Chapter 1 – Logic Sets and Real Number System
- Chapter 2 – Relation, Function and Graph
- Chapter 3 – Curve Sketching
- Chapter 4 – Sequence and Series
- Chapter 5 – Matrices and Determinants
- Chapter 6 – Polynomial Equations
- Chapter 7 – Complex Number
- Chapter 8 – Inverse Circular Function
- Chapter 9 – Trigonometric Equations and General Values
- Chapter 10 – Analytical Geometry
- Chapter 11 – Pair of Straight Line
- Chapter 12 – Coordinates in Space
- Chapter 13 – Review of Composition and Resolution of Vectors
- Chapter 14 – Measures of Dispersion
- Chapter 15 – Probability
- Chapter 16 – Limits and Continuity
- Chapter 17 – The Derivatives
- Chapter 18 – Antiderivative and its Application
- Chapter 19 – Antiderivative and its Application
- Chapter 20 – Computational Methods
- Chapter 21 – Composition and Resolution of Concurrent Forces
- Chapter 22 – Kinematics The Geometry of Motion
- Chapter 23 – Project Work
- Chapter 24 – AVP – Properties of triangle
- Chapter 25 – AVS – Solution of Triangle
- Chapter 26 – AVC – Circle
- Chapter 27 – AVCS – Conic Section
- Chapter 28 – AVM – Mathematical Modelling

- Logical Connectives, Truth Tables, Laws of Logic, Absolute Value of Real Numbers and Its Properties
- One-One Function, Onto Function, Bijective Function, Inverse Function, Domain and Range
- Curve Sketching of Quadratic Functions, Cubic Functions, Trigonometric Functions
- Square Roots of Complex Numbers, Cube Roots of Complex Numbers
- Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios
- Coplanar and Non-Coplanar Vectors, Independent and Dependent Vectors
- Limit of Trigonometric Functions, Continuity of the Functions
- Derivatives Using Definition (First Principle), Derivatives Using Formulas
- Increasing and Decreasing Functions, Local Maxima and Minima, Concave Upward and Concave Downward
- Antiderivative of Algebraic Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Area Under the Curve
- Bisection method, Newton Raphson Method, Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson’s one third Rule
- Force, Resultant Force, Resolution of Force, Motion in a Straight Line, Motion under Gravity and Inclined Planes