Tips & Tricks for Differential Equations, Class 12th that’ll help ace!
Yes, The last chapter of the unit Calculus, Finally you made it till here, what a tough fight it was! Calculus man! Those weird signs and sometimes you feel like you’re lost in some other dimension. Now, you’re just one chapter way to finish the unit, and Surprise, you even have Doubtconnect to make it easier for you, champ.
A Differential equation is an equation that relates one or more functions and their derivatives. In applications, the functions generally represent physical quantities, the derivatives represent their rates of change, and the differential equation defines a relationship between the two
Tips and Tricks
- Develop a Holistic View
- Imagine the concept and relate it to real-life examples
- Understand the concept
- Practice is a MUST>>
- PYQs (Previous year questions), even if you’re preparing yourself for Boards, try going for Mains questions, it will provide you a wide conceptual clarity.
- If you come across any doubts, then we’re here for you at Doubtconnect!
Where can I access the notes?
There are n number of notes available on the internet, Boards, Mains, or Advance you name any. So we’re gonna recommend you according to your needs.
*Before this, you should be done with your NCERT for basics.*
- Boards — Apni Kaksha | Physics Wallah
- Mains — Unacademy JEE | Physics Wallah
- Advance — GB sir Sheets | Any good Coaching material
Best Place to study Differential Equations from?
So Basically, there’s tons of content available around you, maybe your school, coaching classes, youtube videos, or some course of Differential equations. Well, see we don’t need to become a research scholar of Differential equations right now, right? We just need a good level of concept, let’s say just Mains or max to max if someone is planning to appear for Advance.
- Arihant Algebra by SK Goyal
- RD Sharma
- GB sir, Etoos/Byju’s (Paid)
- Apni Kaksha, Youtube (Free)
- CbseClassVideos, Youtube (Free)
- Physics Wallah (Paid)
- Mohit Tyagi Sir, Competishun (Free/Paid)
So, I guess that was all on the Differential equation, we’re going to continue with this series of Blogs on the Tips, Tricks, and Strategies on each chapter of your syllabus, Stay Tuned.
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