NCERT solutions for class 11 Maths Chapter 13 Limits and Derivatives

NCERT solutions for class 11 Maths Chapter 13 Limits and Derivatives

Firstly I want to welcome you on this page, Here you will get Ncert solutions for class 11 maths Chapter 13 Limits and Derivatives which are prepared using super easy methods by HarMohit singh. (Subject Teacher)

First we will start from the Basics of Limits and Derivatives class 11 Maths.

Basic Concepts of Limits

Here first we will understand the Basic concepts of Limits and then we will understand class 11 Exercise 13.1 Limits and Derivatives solutions. After that, At the starting of Exercise 13.2 we will understand the Basic concepts of Derivatives.

Example 1 and Example 2 of Limits and Derivatives

Here I have explained all the parts of Example 1 and Example 2 of Limits and Derivatives class 11 Maths.

Chapter 13 Exercise 13.1 class 11 Limits and Derivatives solutions

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Chapter 13 Exercise 13.2 class 11 Limits and Derivatives

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Basic Concepts of Derivatives

Derivatives are called Slope of a Tangent.

Theorem 6 Limits and Derivatives class 11

Example 16, Example 17 Limits and Derivatives class 11

Formulas of Derivatives/Differentiation

Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Divide of Derivatives

 

Chapter 13 Exercise 13.2 class 11 Limits and Derivatives Solutions

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NCERT Solutions Chapter 13 Limits and Derivatives class 11 Maths

Where does this Concept of Limits and Derivatives come from?

Here I will Explain you the concept of Limits and Derivatives? Starting from the Scratch We shall start from Limits.

Do you know what is the Limitation of Mathematics?

We all know \frac{3}{3} = 1

We know \frac{0}{3} = 0

And We also know \frac{3}{0} = ∞

But We don’t know what is the Value of \frac{0}{0}

Some says \frac{0}{0} = 0

Some says \frac{0}{0} = ∞

And Some says \frac{0}{0} = 1

One term has three values which is not possible in Mathematics. For example if I say you, your friend John’s height is 5 inches, 5.5 inches and 6 inches.

Can it be possible. No It can never be.

So here also \frac{0}{0} = 0, 1, ∞    which is NOT possible. And Hence \frac{0}{0}    is known as Invalid or Indeterminate.

In Mathematics When any term is returning the value \frac{0}{0}   then that term also is indeterminate and  We have to apply the concept of Limits to solve that type of Questions. Concept of Limits is used so that the Question/term could not return the value \frac{0}{0} .

Now I think you should have understood Where does the concept of Limits come from.

What is the concept of Derivatives?

Derivatives are used to find steepness of the Curve which is called slope of a tangent.

Suppose we have given a curve, draw a tangent to that curve and find the slope of a tangent. Do you want to know How to Find a slope of a Tangent? Then Click here.

 

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