JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is a common entrance test conducted across India for students to gain entry into courses such as B. Arch, B. Tech, B.E, and B. Planning. Mathematics For JEE/ISEET: Algebra is designed to provide the readers with insights into the basics as well as advanced concepts pertaining to Algebra, helping to strengthen their base in the subject. Tewani has included numerous examples through the course of this book to help the readers understand important aspects of mathematics easily. This book has been crafted with the intention of enabling students to focus on organic chemistry, by developing their skills and providing them with a thorough understanding of mathematics from the very basics.
In total, this book has 9 chapters. Some chapters include Permutation and Combination, Binomial Theorem, Progression and Series, Inequalities involving Means, and Complex Numbers. In this book, Tewani has added several types of questions, which include integer type, reasoning type, linked comprehension type, objective type, subjective type, and matrix-match type, which are a part of this entrance examination.
The readers are provided with a number of exercises and problems to test their understanding. At the end of this book, the answers for the chapter-end exercises have been included, helping the readers check if they’ve solved the problems correctly. The readers have also been provided with a large collection of miscellaneous solved problems.
About the Author :
Ghanshyam Tewani is an author and educator.
Tewani has written Mathematics in 30 Days For AIEEE 2012, Mathematics For JEE/ISEET: Vectors & 3D Geometry, and Mathematics For JEE/ISEET: Coordinate Geometry.
Tewani has around 12 years of experience teaching Mathematics to students preparing for IIT JEE and other competitive tests. He has also been working at FIITJEE Ltd. Delhi, for four years. He is regarded one among the best national level teachers of the subject. Tewani is well-known among the student community for his clear and concise lectures. He currently serves as the Director of Ghanshyam Tewani’s Institute of Mathematics.