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Mathematics Lab Manual Class XII | 14 Activities

   Mathematics Lab Manual Class XII

14 lab activities for class 12 with complete observation Tables strictly according to the CBSE syllabus also very useful & helpful for the students and teachers.


General instructions
  • All these activities are strictly according to the CBSE syllabus.
  • Students need to complete atleast 12 activity from the list of 14 activities.
  • Students can make their own selection.

Method of writing the Activities:

While writing the activities on the notebook , students should write according to the following headings


Plane Side of the page 

Side of the Page with lines

Aim/Objective

Material Required

Diagrams or Activity

Observations

Result



Aim/Objective

Material Required

Theory (If any)

Procedure

Result

Applications (If any)



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Mathematics Lab Manual Class - 12

Chapter-1 

Relations & Functions

Activity No. 1 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo verify that the relation R in the set L of all lines in a plane, defined by R = {(l, m) : l ⊥ m} is symmetric but neither reflexive nor transitive.

Activity No. 2 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo verify that the relation R in the set L of all lines in a plane, defined by R = {(l, m) : l || m} is an equivalence relation.

Activity No. 3 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo demonstrate a function which is not one-one  but is onto.

Activity No. 4 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo demonstrate a function which is  one-one  but not onto.

Chapter-2 

Relations & Functions

Activity No. 5 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo draw the graph of sin-1x, using the graph of sinx and demonstrate the concept of mirror reflection (about the line y = x)

Chapter-6 applications of derivatives

Activity No. 6 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo understand the concepts of decreasing and increasing functions.

Activity No. 7 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo understand the concept of local maxima, local minima and point of inflection.

Activity No. 8 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo understand the concept of absolute maximum and minimum values of a function in a given closed interval through its graph.

Activity No. 9 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo construct an open box of maximum volume from a given rectangular sheet by cutting equal squares from each corner.

Activity No. 10 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo find the time when the area of a rectangle of given dimensions become maximum, if the length is decreasing and breadth is increasing at given rates.

Activity No. 11 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo verify that amongst all the rectangles of the same perimeter, the square has the maximum area.

Chapter-10 Vector Algebra

Activity No. 12 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo verify geometrically that :  equation

Chapter-11 Three Dimensional Geometry

Activity No. 13 : Click Here

Objective: To measure the shortest distance between two skew lines and verify it analytically.

Chapter-13 Probability

Activity No. 14 : Click Here

ObjectiveTo explain the computation of conditional probability of a given event A, when event B has already occurred, through an example of throwing a pair of dice.



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