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## KAMAL TENGURIA >Conic Sections -Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE MAINS/ADVANCED /11th,12th

## KAMAL TENGURIA >Pair of lines -Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE MAINS/ADVANCED /11th,12th

## KAMAL TENGURIA >Straight lines -Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE MAINS/ADVANCED /11th,12th

## KAMAL TENGURIA >Circles -Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE MAINS/ADVANCED /11th,12th

## KAMAL TENGURIA >Circles -Coordinate Geometry for IIT-JEE MAINS/ADVANCED /11th,12th-10

IIT JEE Mains / Advanced – Coordinate Geometry Free Video Tutorials covering Straight Line, Pair of Straight Lines, Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola etc.

In these video tutorials a1maths.com explains Concepts and supporting Solved example at JEE Mains/advanced level

STRAIGHT LINES

1.1 (i) Distance in Rectangular

(ii) Area of Triangles

(iii) Area of Quadrilateral

1.2 (i) Slope of Lines

(ii) Equations of Lines

(iii) Angle Between Lines

(iv) Equation of lines making given angle with

another

1.3 (i) Condition of collinearity for three points (ii) Concurrency of line

2.1 (i) Position of point with respect to line

2.2 (i) Parametric equation of lines

(ii) length of perpendicular

(iii) Foot, image of point

(iv) Distance between parallel lines

(v) area of parallelogram

2.3 (i) Section formula n its converse

(ii) Division By A Line

(iii) pmt n its application

3.1 (i) family of lines

(ii) equations of diagonals of parallelogram

3.2 (i) concept of angular bisectors acute,obtuse

(ii) containing given point or not.

3.3 Solving skills of max min type problems

P3- Solved problems

4.1 (i) how we get reflected ray when incident ray is

given

4.2 (i) maximisation n minimisation

4.3 (i) important areas

5.1 (i) Menelaus Theorem

(ii) Cevas Theorem

(iii) Appolonious Theorem

6.1 Medians, centriod

6.2 Angular bisectors , incentre, excentre

6.3 Altitudes , orthocentre , pedal triangle

6.4 Perpendicular bisectors , circumcentre

6.5 (i) nine points circle

(ii) other properties related to centriod,

circumcentre, orthocentre, centriod

7.1 Shifting of origon

7.2 Rotation of axes

P8- Pair of St. Line

M – Solved Problem

2 CIRCLE

1.1 (a1) Basic definetions n equations of circles –

Standared

(a2) Parametric

(a3) When diametrically end points given

(a4) Appolonious circle

1.2 Point n Circles

P2 CONCEPTS

2.1 Line as Secant ,Tangent or lies outside circle

2.2 Length of secant , Tangent, Concept of power

of point

2.3 Solving line n circle for common points

2.4 How we get equation of tangent when point lies on circle , point lies outside the circle

2.5 Combined equation of tangent when point lies outside the circle,

2.6 Concept of director

P3-C0NCEPTS

3.1 Chord for which mid point is given n its length

3.2 Concept of chord of contact n its length

3.3 Concept of diametre

4.1 Concept of pole n polar

4.2 Intersection of two circlesw n angle between them

4.3 Length of common chords for two circles,its equation

5.1 For two circles common tangents equations

5.2 Lenth of common

6.1 Radical axes n radical centre

6.2 (a1) Family of Circles

(a2) Coaxial System of Circles

6.3 Circumcircle of triangles n quadrilaterals

without evaluating vertices

1.1 (a1) Definition

(a2) Standard forms of the parabola

(a3) Terms related to parabola

1.2 Parametric Equations of a Parabola

1.3 (a1) Reduction of standard Equation

(a2) General Equation of a Parabola

(a3) Condition when second degree equation Represent parabola

2.1 Position of point with respect to parabola

2.2 (a1) Equation of chord when two points given

(a2) When mid point of chord is given

2.3 Concepts of Diametre

2.4 Length of Chord

3.1 (a1) Condition for Tangency

(a2) Equation of tangent in Different forms

(a3) Point of intersection of tangents

3.2 Equations of chord of contact, Length

3.3 Equations of pair of Tangent

4.1 Equations of Normal in different forms

4.2 Concept of pole n polar

5.1 Special Properties Parabola, Tangents n Normal

5.2 Other Properties of Parabola

ELLIPSE

1.1 (a1) Definition

(a2) Standard forms of the ellipse

(a3) Terms related to ellipse

1.2 Parametric Equations of a ellipse

1.3 (a1) Reduction of standard Equation

(a2) General Equation of a ellipse

(a3) Condition when second degree

Equation Represent Ellipse

1.1 Position of point with respect to ellipse

2.2 (a1) Equation of chord when two points given

(a2) When mid point of chord is given

2.3 Concepts of Diametre

2.4 Length of Chord

3.1 Condition for Tangency, Equation of tangent in

Different forms,Point of intersection of tangents

3.2 Equations of Chord of Contact, Length

3.3 Equations of Pair of Tangents

4.1 Equations of Normal in Different Forms

4.2 Concept of Pole n Polar

5.1 Properties of Tangents n Normal

5.2 Other Properties of Ellipse

5.3 Cunjugate Diametre n Properties

HYPERBOLA

P1- CONCEPTS

1.1 (a1) Definition

(a2) Standard forms of the Hyperbola

(a3) Terms related to Hyperbola

1.2 Parametric Equations of a hyperbolqa

1.3 (a1)How we get standared equation from foci

Defination

(a2)Condition when second degree equation Represent Hyperbola

P1 SOLVED PROBLEM

1.1 Position of point with respect to hyperbola

2.2 (a1) Equation of chord when two points given

(a2) When mid point of chord is given

2.3 Concepts of diametre

3.1 (a1) Condition for Tangency

(a2) Equation of tangent in Different forms (a3) Point of intersection of tangents

3.2 Equations of chord of contact

3.3 Equations of pair of tangents

4.1 Equations of Normal in Different Forms

4.2 Concept of Pole n Polar

5.1 Properties of Tangents n Normal

5.2 Other Properties of Hyperbolqa

6.1 ASYMPTOTES

6.2 CONJUGATE & RECTANGULAR HYPERBOLA

6.3 HYPERBOLA AND CIRCLE

PROF. KAMAL TENGURIA is one of the well known name among JEE aspirants across INDIA

Enjoy learning Maths( Conic sections ) with video lectures of KAMAL SIR

PROF. KAMAL TENGURIA is one of the well known name among JEE aspirants across INDIA

Enjoy learning Maths ( Pair of lines )with video lectures of KAMAL SIR

PROF. KAMAL TENGURIA is one of the well known name among JEE aspirants across INDIA

Enjoy learning Maths(Straight lines ) with video lectures of KAMAL SIR

PROF. KAMAL TENGURIA is one of the well known name among JEE aspirants across INDIA

In below video lecture (Video Lectures/ KAMAL SIR / Circles-Coordinate geometry)

Circle > Concepts of pole and polar is explained