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EAMCET Weightage for Each Chapter 
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Re: EAMCET Weightage for Each Chapter
Here I am providing the Mathematics subject weightage of marks for Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test which you are looking for . Algebra: In algebra, we may expect upto 13 marks from this topic. Functions  Type of Functions  Algebra of real valued functions : An Important Chapter, 1 or more bits expected from this topic Mathematical Induction and Applications : No bit is expected directly from this chapter. But its principles may be useful later. Permutations and Combinations  Linear and Circular Permutations  Combinations : 34 Questions Expected. Concentrate on standard models. Binomial Theorem  For a positive Integral Index  For any Rational Index  Applications  Binomial Coefficients : 2 bits expected on binomial theorem. Also, this topic has its extension in Engineering. So worthy to concentrate on it. Partial Fractions : May not be directly but its applications are highly useful in complex arithmatic problem solving. Exponential and Logarithmic Series : 1 Question is expected from this topic. Quadratic Expressions, Equations and Inequations in one variable : 23 Problems expected from this topic. Problems involving calculation of number of +ve and ve roots need much attention. Theory of Equations : 12 Problems expected from this topic. Matrices : One of the most easiest topic of all and 100% marks can be scored in this topic with little concentration.. 34 bits are expected from all the Matrices related topics. Complex Numbers and their Properties : A topic having great importance in AIEEE. 12 bits are expected from this Vector Algebra: 1013 bits are expected in all from this whole topic Algebra of Vectors : We may expect 34 problems from the topics of Vector Equations, Plane Equations etc Scalar and Vector Product of two vectors and applications : 34 bits are expected on this topics including a theory bit. Scalar and Vector triple products  Scalar and Vector products of four vectors : 3 bits expected. Trignonometry: A total of 1217 bits are expected from all the topics in trigonometry (including applications) Trigonometric functions  Graphs Periodicity : Can expect 1 bit from this topic Trigonometric Ratios of Compound Angles, Multiple and Sub Multiple Angles : 12 bits are expected Trigonometric Equations : 2 bits are expected from this topic Inverse Trigonometric Functions : 12 bits can be expected. More emphasis must be laid on basic formulae. Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions : 2 bits are expected. Concentrate more on the formulae. Properties of Triangles : 12 bits can be expected. Heights and Distances (in 2D plane) : 1 bit is for sure and it will be very easy if you know the basics. Probability: 1215 Bits are expected from this topic. It is an interesting topic if understood. Can turn into a nightmare otherwise. Random Experiments  Sample Space  Events  Probability of an Event  Addition and Multiplication Theorems of probability  Baye's Theorem : 56 problems expected from these topics. Concentrate more on standard problems. Random Variables  Mean and Variance of a Random Variable  Binomial and Poisson Distributions : Theory bits are expected. In the Engineering point of view, these topics have a major role to play in scientific calculations and estimations. So read it for knowledge purpose. Coordinate Geometry: A few formulae and their applications skill will fetch you 15 marks from this topic. Locus  Translation of Axes  Rotation of Axes : 1 bit is expected. Straight Line  Pair of Straight Lines  Circles  System of Circles  Conics  Parabola  Hyperbola  Equations of tangent  Normal and Polar at any point of these conics : 56 bits are expected from all these topics. A little understanding of the fundamentals and good memory of the formulae helps you in gaining these 5 or 6 marks easily. Polar Coordinates : 1 bit is expected Coordinates in 3D  Distance between two points in space  Section formula and Applications : We expect 2 bits from these topics Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios of a line  Angle between two lines : 1 bit is expected. Cartesian Equation of a Plane : 1 bit may be expected Sphere  Cartesian Equation  Center and Radius : 1 bit is expected. Calculus: 1114 marks are surely expected from this chapter. Functions  Limits  Continuity : 1 Mark Expected Differentiation  Methods of Differentiation : 1 or no bit is expected directly. Successive Differentiation  Leibnitz's theorem and applications : 1 bit may be expected and it can be a theory bit. Applications of Differentiation  Partial Differentiation including Euler's Theorem on homogeneous functions : 1 or no bit is expected. Integration  Methods of Integration : Heart of Calculus, 23 problems are expected on integrations and they can be a bit complex to solve. Concentrate on Integration Formulae. Definite Integrals and their Applications to areas  Reduction Formulae : 12 bits are expected. Numerical Integration  Trapezoidal and Simpson's Rules : 12 Problems may be asked Differential Equations : This is another important topic for future and we can expect 45 bits. 
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Re: EAMCET Weightage for Each Chapter TS EAMCET Chapterwise Weightage Physics Chapters Weightage Physical World 1% Laws of Motion 5% Units and Measurements 2% System of Particles and Rotational Motion 6% Motion in a Plane 5% Motion in a Straight Line 3% Work, Power, and Energy 6% Oscillations 4% Gravitation 4% Mechanical Properties of Solids 2% Mechanical Properties of Fluids 3% Thermodynamics 9% Thermal Properties of Matter 3% Waves 4% Waves Optics 3% Ray Optics and Optical Instruments 3% Kinetic Theory 2% Electric Charges and Fields 3% Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance 4% Current Electricity 4% Moving Charges and Magnetism 5% Magnetism and Matter 2% Electromagnetic Induction 3% Alternating Current 3% Electromagnetic Waves 2% Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter 3% Atoms 2% Nuclei 3% Semiconductor Electronics 3% Communication Systems 3% EAMCET Syllabus for Physics Physical World Units and Measurements Motion in a straight line Motion in a plane Laws of Motion Work, Energy and Power Systems of Particles and Rotational Motion Oscillations Gravitation Mechanical Properties of Solids Mechanical Properties of Fluids Thermal Properties of Matter Thermodynamics Kinetic Theory Waves Ray Optics and Optical Instruments Wave Optics Electric Charges and Fluids Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance Current Electricity Moving Charges and Magnetism Magnetism and Matter Electromagnetic Induction Alternating Current Electromagnetic Waves Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter Atoms Nuclei Semiconductor Electronics Communication Systems EAMCET Syllabus for Chemistry Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties Atomic Structure Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure States of Matters – Gases and Liquids Stoichiometry Thermodynamics Chemical Equilibrium and AcidsBases Hydrogen and its Compounds The s block elements p block elements Group 13 p block elements Group 14 Environmental Chemistry Organic Chemistry some basic principles, techniques and hydrocarbons Solid State Solutions Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics Surface Chemistry General principles of Metallurgy p block Elements Group 15 – 18 d and f block elements & Coordination Compounds Polymers Biomolecules Chemistry in Everyday life Haloalkanes and Haloarenes Organic Compounds containing C, H and O Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen EAMCET Syllabus For Mathematics Trigonometry Hyperbolic Functions Properties of Triangles Trigonometric Equations Inverse Trigonometric Functions Trigonometric Ratios up to Transformations Probability Measures of Dispersion Probability Random Variables and Probability Distributions Algebra Matrices Theory of Equations De Moivre’s Theorem Complex Numbers Mathematical Induction Quadratic Expressions Binomial Theorem Permutations and Combinations Functions Partial Fractions Vector Algebra Addition of Vectors Product of Vectors Coordinate Geometry Pair of Straight Lines Transformation of Axes Straight Lines Locus Circle System of Circles Parabola Hyperbola Ellipse Plane Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios ThreeDimensional Coordinates Calculus Differentiation Limits and Continuity Applications of Derivates Differential Equations Integration Definite Integrals 
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