# Is maths necessary for physics class 11?

Maths is not mandatory at all. You will only need it at some specific points and you need to remember only the specific topic otherwise you can cram them directly without having an additional subject as burden. You just need to learn some basic concept of mathematics like integration differentiation, etc. in physics.

## What are the basic mathematics for physics?

• Introduction to logarithms.
• The constant e and the natural logarithm.
• Slope.
• Basics of trigonometry.
• The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent.
• The graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent.
• Basic trigonometric identities.
• Evaluating functions.

## What are the topics of basic mathematics class 11?

• Algebra.
• Arithmetic.
• Calculus.
• Geometry.
• Probability and Statistics.
• Number System.
• Set Theory.
• Trigonometry.

## Is basic mathematics in physics important?

Mathematics is an important element when performing scientific calculations within the field of physics. Learning how physicists use math can help you determine if it’s the right field for you.

## Which is the hardest chapter in Maths class 11?

Circle, Parabola and Permutation and Combination are tough chapters of Class 11 Maths.

## Is class 11 Maths difficult?

Yes CBSE class 11 and 12 maths is tough. you have to solve all questions with full effort and have to study hard.

## Which stream is best for class 11?

COMMERCE STREAM Commerce with Mathematics tends to be a popular choice among students interested in careers in Finance, Accounting, Investment Banking and Entrepreneurship among others. Students who choose Commerce cannot choose Science Stream for undergraduate studies in India.

## Can I give NEET exam with basic Maths?

Yes, in-depth knowledge of Maths or advanced Mathematical skills are not vital for NEET. An average student in Maths can easily crack NEET with high scores. However, students must study dedicatedly and adopt smart techniques to prepare for the exam.

## Is physics tough without Maths?

No, it is not that difficult, but there are some parts of mathematics that are used in physics, if you want to appear in competitive exams after your plus two. No, it is not that difficult, but there are some parts of mathematics that are used in physics, if you want to appear in competitive exams after your plus two.

## Does PCB require standard Maths?

You need Standard Mathematics in 10th only if you wish to pursue mathematics at senior secondary level. So, you can take PCB in 11th if you have chosen Basic Mathematics in class 10.

## How can I score 180 in physics Neet without coaching?

Complete the paper by NCERT only. More than 95% of the NEET is prepared from NCERT only. If you’re reading the NCERT notes line by line, you will score 180/180 in NEET Physics.

## Should I drop Maths for NEET?

Thats enough for NEET for best performence in physics. If you are highly motivated and want to be a doctor only and only aim for NEET then its okay to drop maths. However, if you want to keep other options open such as engineering etc then its wise that you keep maths with you.

## Is physics wallah good for NEET?

You can definitely use it.

## What is the toughest subject?

The hardest degree subjects are Chemistry, Medicine, Architecture, Physics, Biomedical Science, Law, Neuroscience, Fine Arts, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Economics, Education, Computer Science and Philosophy. Let’s dive right in, and look at why these subjects are the hardest degree subjects.

## How can I study physics in 2 days?

1. Communication systems.
2. Atoms and nuclei ( you have done this chapter in chemistry also, around 2-3 topics are different )
3. Electromagnetic waves.
4. Dual nature of matter and radiation ( this too you have done in chemistry, around 3-4 topics are more in physics, rest is same )

## Is physics harder than chemistry?

Physics is considered comparatively harder than chemistry and various other disciplines such as psychology, geology, biology, astronomy, computer science, and biochemistry. It is deemed difficult compared to other fields because the variety of abstract concepts and the level of maths in physics is incomparable.

## Which group is easy in 11th?

There are many groups in 11th standard like Science, Commerce and Humanities/Arts, etc. But Commerce is the easiest group, it have many golden opportunities.

## Can I drop maths in 11th science?

You can go ahead and drop maths if your single target is NEET or any other similar medical science targeted exam/course.

## Which is tough 11th or 12th?

No, both are same level. If you are in class 11th with conceptually, then you do have to face problem in class 12th. You will find class 12th syllabus easier as compare to class 11th.

## What is a good percentage in class 11 science?

You should score above 80% to get science stream in 11th class. Also, different schools have different cut offs for the streams. So, it also depends on your school , whether they give you science or not because it is the most demanded subject by the students. But, 80% is the minimum you require for the same stream.

## Is class 11 Physics difficult?

Q2: Is Class 11 Physics difficult? Yes, class 11 Physics syllabus is considered as the toughest of all the subjects by various students. It is very difficult, complex and comprehensive in comparison to class 10t syllabus for Physics.

## Which chapter is easiest in Physics 11?

For PHYSICS : The easiest chapters among all the syllabus is the modern Physics, Radioactivity, kinematics( it is very scoring), Thermodynamics, waves and optics.

## Is 80% good in 11th?

80% in PCM stream in 11th class is a great score as per my perspective,as schools try to give less scores in one class before boards so that student gets worried and start studying more than previous time also they do so that parents pressurize student as he scored not so well,so they will force him/her to study.

## Can I get PCM with basic maths?

No, if you are seeking admission in PCM stream in class 11th in CBSE board then you cannot go for it with Basic Mathematics in class 10th.