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JEE Mains Sequence and Series MCQ 2018

JEE Mains MCQ

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JEE Mains Maths SEQUENCE AND SERIES Practice Sample Question Papers &  Problems MCQ Pattern in Pdf format 

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(1) Arithmetic progression, (2) Geometric progression, (3) Arithmetic geometric sequence, (4) Harmonic progression, (5) Means, (6) Sum of series

Download Mathematics SEQUENCE AND SERIES Practice Problems JEE Mains MCQ Pattern with Solution 

(a)  Sequence and Series Practice Sample Paper (MCQ) Paper 01 (Download here)

        Maths Solution on Sequence and Series  (Download here)

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Straight Lines 2% + Limit and Continuity 3% + Applications of Derivative 4% + Matrices and Determinants 4%

Seven topic are definitely do practice for JEEmains Mathematics. JEE Main 2017, 3 – 4  questions from most of the topics listed below are expected on the paper in last year.

(i) Three-D-Geometry FIVE PERCENT questions from this topic are generally straight forward so you can solve them easily by reading the last year questions properly.

(ii) Probability and Statistics SEVEN PERCENT in last year exam. I was weak in probability and paid the price for this.

(iii) Vector Algebra  5% + Integration 8% (Indefinite & Definite integral) + Complex Numbers 5% + Parabola 3% + Trigonometric Ratios 3% and list of the topics that you should study atleast once and try to create cheat-sheets or flashcards to help your revise the formulas.

(iv) Logarithms  1% + Quadratic Equations +  Theory of Equations  5% + Sets, Relations & Functions 4% + Differentiation 2% + Permutation and Combination 2% jee last year exam.

You have to have study this properly as concepts from this section will be needed in Probabilty

(v) Binomial Theorem 1% + Locus + Hyperbola 2% + Ellipse  2% + Fundamentals of Mathematics + Solution of Triangle 1% jee last year exam

(vi) Number of questions asked in last (previous) year JEE Main plus Advanced in hard Maths Ques. papers.

How to write in a straight line without lined paper?

I can not write in a straight line unless. I have lined papers to help guide me along the pages. However some-times the task calls for plain-paper where no such lines are in place (i.e. a poster or some such).

I usually write with a ball point pen. However, in the case of a poster, I use felt tip pen which is more susceptible to smudging if rubbed too much / too soon!

How can I make sure that I am writing in a straight line without using lined paper?

I have tried placing a ruler along the page but this messes up my handwriting and it looks a bit weird so I would rather try a new method.

There a several options to create an invisible line to help you write:

  • Draw thin lines with a pencil and erase them afterwards. If you work with a soft pencil and without much force, the lines are easily erasable and you won`t mark the sheet.
  • If you are working on a poster, you could also provide a line with the help of a beamer/over head projector or some fancy laser liner. It should work best if you are left handed, since you otherwise cover the line with your arm/hand. 
  • Also, you can work at the edge of a table or by placing a ruler under the paper. You will notice directly if you are not on the line. But it will be not beneficial for your style.
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