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]]>Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, and Hyperbola are the section of the cone when intersected with a plane at different angles. That is why these are called the section of the cone or conic section.

Equation of all the conic sections can be derived from the general conic equation in constraints to certain conditions. So first of all, you should learn the general conic equation to understand Capital T and S1 which are most frequently used terms in each conic sections.

Hence, Before moving forward, watch the ** general conic section equation (circle, parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola)**. After that move to the tutorials given below for each of the chapters of the conic section.

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Circle Basics in Hindi
- Circle with Diametrical End Points in Hindi
- Second Definition of Circle in Hindi
- General Equation of Circle in Hindi
- X and Y Intercept of Circle in Hindi
- Parametric Equation of Circle in Hindi
- Position of Point with Respect to Circle in Hindi
- Length of Tangent on Circle from External Point in Hindi
- Secant Property of Circle in Hindi
- Tangent at a Point on the Circle in Hindi
- Chord of Contact on Circle in Hindi
- Polar in Circle in Hindi
- Chord of Circle from its Mid Point in Hindi
- Tangent of Slope m to the Circle in Hindi
- Director Circle in Hindi
- Orthogonal Circles in Hindi
- Family of Circles in Hindi

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Parabola Basics (Definition) in Hindi
- Standard Form of Parabola in Hindi
- Parabola with its Axis Parallel to X / Y Axis (Hindi)
- Position of Point wrt Parabola (Hindi)
- Tangent at a Point on the Parabola (Hindi)
- Equation of Chord of Parabola from its Mid Point (Hindi)
- Parametric Equation of Parabola (Hindi)
- Tangent at Parametric Point on Parabola (Hindi)
- Tangent of Slope m to Parabola (Hindi)
- Intersection Point of Tangents of Parabola (Hindi)
- Slope of Chord to Parabola (Hindi)
- Properties of Focal Chord of Parabola (Hindi)
- Equation of Normal to Parabola (Hindi)
- Polar wrt Pole of Parabola (Hindi)
- Chord of Contact to Parabola (Hindi)

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Ellipse Definition | Standard Form (Hindi)
- Position of Point wrt Ellipse (Hindi)
- Tangent at a Point on The Ellipse (Hindi)
- Chord of Contact to Ellipse (Hindi)
- Polar and Pole of Ellipse (Hindi)
- Equation of Chord of Ellipse from its Midpoint (Hindi)
- Parametric Equation of an Ellipse (Hindi)
- Tangent of Slope m to an Ellipse (Hindi)
- Equation of Normal to Ellipse (Hindi)
- Director Circle of an Ellipse (Hindi)
- Chord Joining Parametric Points on Ellipse (Hindi)

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Hyperbola Definition and Standard Form (Hindi)
- Position of Point wrt Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Parametric Equation of Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Tangent to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Equation of Polar wrt Pole to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Chord of Contact to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Chord Joining Parametric Points on Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Equation of Normal to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Equation of Chord of Hyperbola from Given MidPoint (Hindi)
- Director Circle to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Rectangular Hyperbola Explained (Hindi)
- Questions on Rectangular Hyperbola (Hindi)

- Circle Playlist on YouTube
- Parabola Playlist on YouTube
- Ellipse Playlist on YouTube
- Hyperbola Playlist on YouTube

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]]>Hyperbola is the last part of the conic section after circle, parabola, and ellipse. Circle, parabola, and ellipse have already been discussed in our previous posts. In this post, you will get the video tutorials of the hyperbola chapter of mathematics along with the examples associated with each video lecture. We will also discuss the rectangular hyperbola and its properties in this chapter.

We can define hyperbola as the locus of the point which moves such that the difference of its distances from two fixed points remains constants. You will get this definition once you watch the video lectures posted below. For the sake of clarity, we have broken the topics in various sections with the help of different videos. So, click on the link of the videos to watch the appropriate lecture.

We have also included the video of the general conic section to make you familiarize with all the conic sections like circle, parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola. So, first of all, watch the general conic section video to get the idea of capital T and S1. Now, to watch the video tutorial, click on the appropriate link of the lectures which will open the tutorial on YouTube.

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Hyperbola Definition and Standard Form (Hindi)
- Position of Point wrt Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Parametric Equation of Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Tangent to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Equation of Polar wrt Pole to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Chord of Contact to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Chord Joining Parametric Points on Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Equation of Normal to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Equation of Chord of Hyperbola from Given MidPoint (Hindi)
- Director Circle to Hyperbola (Hindi)
- Rectangular Hyperbola Explained (Hindi)
- Questions on Rectangular Hyperbola (Hindi)

You can also get the complete playlist of hyperbola lectures on YouTube.

That is all for this post. We will add more tutorials as per the requirements. So, practice the examples included in each tutorial and clear your doubts through the comment section below or you can fill the contact form to contact us. Also, do not forget to motivate us through positive feedback.

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]]>In this post, we will provide you the complete video lectures of an ellipse chapter of mathematics. Ellipse is one of the topics of the conic section and can be easily derived from the general conic equation similar to circle, parabola, and hyperbola. We have already discussed the circle and parabola in our previous posts and in our next post, we will discuss the hyperbola chapter along with rectangular hyperbola.

Ellipse is the locus of the point which divides the perpendiculars to the diameter of the circle in a fixed ratio. Definition of the ellipse will be more clear once you watch the video lectures. In video tutorials, we have tried to consider each important topic of the ellipse along with relevant examples. So watch each of the lectures attentively and try to solve the questions related to it.

To watch the video lectures, click on the link of the respective topics. We have also included the general conic section video in the playlist to make you aware of capital T and S1 everywhere in the topics of circle, parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola.

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Ellipse Definition | Standard Form (Hindi)
- Position of Point wrt Ellipse (Hindi)
- Tangent at a Point on The Ellipse (Hindi)
- Chord of Contact to Ellipse (Hindi)
- Polar and Pole of Ellipse (Hindi)
- Equation of Chord of Ellipse from its Midpoint (Hindi)
- Parametric Equation of an Ellipse (Hindi)
- Tangent of Slope m to an Ellipse (Hindi)
- Equation of Normal to Ellipse (Hindi)
- Director Circle of an Ellipse (Hindi)
- Chord Joining Parametric Points on Ellipse (Hindi)

You can also get the complete playlist of ellipse lectures on YouTube.

That is all for this post and we will add the hyperbola lectures on our next post. So, practice example problems and ask you doubt or queries through the comment section below or contact us through the contact form. You can also motivate us through positive feedback which may boost our confidence to provide more such lessons.

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]]>Parabola is one of the important topics in the conic sections. We have already discussed the circle tutorials in our previous post and in our next post, we will discuss the ellipse and hyperbola tutorials. We can define the parabola as if a variable point P moves in such a way that its distances from a fixed point S and a fixed-line L are same, then the locus or path of point P is called a parabola. Where point S is called the focus of parabola and line L is called directrix of the parabola.

Parabola chapter contains a variety of topics and we will discuss each topic one by one. Such as definitions, standard form, parabola with its axis parallel to x/y axis, position of a point with respect to parabola, chord from its midpoint, tangent, parametric equation, intersection point of tangents, slope of chord, properties of focal chord, normal, polar, chord of contact, etc. Just click on the topic given below to watch the video lectures of each topic with examples.

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Parabola Basics (Definition) in Hindi
- Standard Form of Parabola in Hindi
- Parabola with its Axis Parallel to X / Y Axis (Hindi)
- Position of Point wrt Parabola (Hindi)
- Tangent at a Point on the Parabola (Hindi)
- Equation of Chord of Parabola from its Mid Point (Hindi)
- Parametric Equation of Parabola (Hindi)
- Tangent at Parametric Point on Parabola (Hindi)
- Tangent of Slope m to Parabola (Hindi)
- Intersection Point of Tangents of Parabola (Hindi)
- Slope of Chord to Parabola (Hindi)
- Properties of Focal Chord of Parabola (Hindi)
- Equation of Normal to Parabola (Hindi)
- Polar wrt Pole of Parabola (Hindi)
- Chord of Contact to Parabola (Hindi)

You can also get a complete playlist of parabola lectures on youTube.

So these were the topics included in the parabola chapter and we will add more examples and remaining concepts in our upcoming videos. Till then, practice each example to strengthen your concepts and do motivate us by leaving your positive feedback through comments. Also, you can contact us through conatct form and you can ask your doubts and queries through the same.

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]]>Sequence and series are one of the important chapters in mathematics. Topics such as arithmetic progression, geometric progression, harmonic progression, the sum of series, AM-GM and HM inequalities are some of the highlighted topics of progression and series. Many questions have been asked in IIT-JEE related to these concepts.

Sequences such as natural numbers, whole numbers, etc. are used in our daily lives and we need to know the shortest way to get there sum, especially if the count is long. And in this post, we will learn the special formulas to get those sum of series and various other concepts.

We are providing the list of the topics covered in progression and series chapter. Each video consists of an example related to the respective topic. So, click on the link against the topic to open the video tutorial of the same.

- Arithmetic Progression (AP) in HIndi
- Arithmetic Mean in AP in Hindi
- Geometric Progression (GP) in Hindi
- Geometric Mean in GP in Hindi
- Harmonic Progression in Hindi
- Harmonic Mean in HP in Hindi
- Sum of n Terms of Special Series in Hindi
- AM, GM, and HM Inequality in Hindi

That is all for this post. Also, you can get the full playlist on YouTube and we will add more videos as per the requirements. If you have any queries, contact us through the contact form or comment on the comment section below. Do not forget to leave your positive feedback to motive us.

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]]>A Straight line is the locus or path of a point which always moves in a fixed direction from a fixed point. Also, the linear equation in two variables always represents a straight line in the x-y plane. In this post, we will discuss the straight line concepts with the help of video lectures.

Video tutorials contain slope of line, parallel and perpendicular lines, angle between two lines, collinearity of three points, standard form, horizontal and vertical lines, intercept form, point slope form, two-point form, normal form, parametric form, distance of point from line, distance between two lines, and family of straight lines. Each video includes at least one example to illustrate the topic in deep. You can click on the link given below to go to the specific video against its name.

- Straight Line Basics in Hindi
- Slope of Straight Line in Hindi
- Parallel and Perpendicular Straight Lines in Hindi
- Angle Between Two Straight Lines in Hindi
- Collinearity of Three Points in Hindi
- Standard Form of Straight Line in Hindi
- Horizontal and Vertical Lines in Hindi
- Intercept Form of Straight Line in Hindi
- Point Slope Form of Straight Line in Hindi
- Two Point Form of Straight Line in Hindi
- Normal Form of Straight Line in Hindi
- Parametric Form of Straight Line in Hindi
- Distance of a Point From a Line in Hindi
- Distance Between Two Parallel Straight Lines in Hindi
- Family of Straight Lines in Hindi

That is all for this post and you can find the whole playlist on YouTube also. Each video contains at least one example related to the topic, so, practice them and we will add more examples in our upcoming videos. So keep learning and clear your queries through the comment section below or contact us by visiting the contact us form. Also, don’t forget to leave your positive feedback because that is the main motivation for us.

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]]>In this post, we will discuss the circle with the help of examples. The Circle is the path or locus of a point which moves such that its distance from a fixed point is constant. It is a very important topic in mathematics and we will cover each of its topics in detail. Along with circle, we will also discuss the parabola, ellipse, and hyperbola in our next posts which are very important chapters of the conic section.

We have covered each topic of the circle with the help of video lectures such as its definition, general equation, intercepts, parametric form, tangent, normal, polar, chord, director circle, orthogonal circle, family of circle, etc. Each video contains a separate topic with examples whenever necessary. The List given below is the list of video tutorials, so, watch them attentively and practice the examples attached to each lecture.

- General Conic (Circle, Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola) | Capital T and S1 (Hindi)
- Circle Basics in Hindi
- Circle with Diametrical End Points in Hindi
- Second Definition of Circle in Hindi
- General Equation of Circle in Hindi
- X and Y Intercept of Circle in Hindi
- Parametric Equation of Circle in Hindi
- Position of Point with Respect to Circle in Hindi
- Length of Tangent on Circle from External Point in Hindi
- Secant Property of Circle in Hindi
- Tangent at a Point on the Circle in Hindi
- Chord of Contact on Circle in Hindi
- Polar in Circle in Hindi
- Chord of Circle from its Mid Point in Hindi
- Tangent of Slope m to the Circle in Hindi
- Director Circle in Hindi
- Orthogonal Circles in Hindi
- Family of Circles in Hindi

You can also get the complete playlist on YouTube. So, practice the questions attached to each video to make the concept more clear. If you have any doubts, you can discuss through comments or you can contact us by filling the form. Also, don’t forget to leave your positive feedback through your comments because one positive comment can motivate us enough to post hundreds of more videos.

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]]>Gate is the competitive exam for graduate students who are seeking admission to IIT’s for their post-graduation or they are planning to get into PSU’s. Gate examination is organized every year by any one of the total IIT’s and there is an age limit to appear for the examination. Gate syllabus for engineering mathematics is almost similar for every branch. So a series of maths video lectures will help the students of almost every branch to prepare for the entrance exam.

We have covered almost every topic of higher engineering mathematics for graduate aptitude in engineering and we will keep posting the videos which have been skipped in this series. Watch the series of video tutorials to learn each topic thoroughly by clicking on the link of the respective topics.

- Linear Differential Equation – First Order | Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Linear Differential Equation (Constant Coefficients | nth order) in Hindi
- Laplace Transform | Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Complex Number – Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Probability Video Tutorials in Hindi | Higher Engineering Maths
- Measures of Central Tendency | Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Standard Deviation and Variance | Measures of Dispersion in Hindi
- Maxima and Minima of Function of Two Variables in Hindi
- Gradient, Directional Derivative, Divergence, and Curl of Function in Hindi
- Taylor and Maclaurin Series Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Rolles, Mean Value, Cauchy’s Mean Value Theorem in Hindi
- Matrix Algebra – Higher Engineering Maths in Hindi
- Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors | Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Solution of System of Linear Equations Video Tutorials in Hindi
- Numerical Solution of Algebraic Non-Linear Equations | Tutorials in Hindi
- Numerical Solution of Definite Integrals | Numerical Method in Hindi
- Numerical Solution of Differential Equations | Numerical Method in Hindi

We have also included the complete playlist of the videos in the link below:

The Complete playlist of the video tutorials.

To learn the basics of mathematics, you can visit the link given below:

Maths Basics – A series of video lectures in English.

That is all for this post. Keep practicing the previous year’s questions to get the idea about the types of questions being asked in the gate examination. For any doubt’s and queries do contact-us and leave your positive feedback through the comment section.

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]]>We can solve the first order differential equations numerically by Euler’s method and Runge-Kutta method. In this post, we will discuss each method with the help of video lectures. Each video tutorial contains at least one example to make the topic more clear. So watch each tutorial one by one to grab the concepts efficiently.

We have already discussed the solution of the system of linear equations, numerical solution of algebraic non-linear equations, and the numerical solution of definite integrals in our previous posts. If you want to learn these concepts then click on their respective links.

In this section, we will discuss explicit Euler’s method or forward Euler’s method, Implicit Euler’s method or backward Euler’s method, and Heun’s method or improved Euler’s method. These methods are used to solve the first order ordinary differential equations numerically. To understand these topics, watch the video given below. Repeat the video tutorial until you get the concept thoroughly and practice the example given in the video.

Runge-Kutta method of fourth order is also called the RK4 method. It is also used to solve the first order ordinary differential equation numerically. Watch the video tutorial given below to understand this method.

That is all for this post. Keep visiting this site for more engineering mathematics videos. You can also check our previous videos on basic mathematics. For any doubts and queries do contact us or comment on the comment section below. We are always ready to help you. Also, don’t forget to share the tutorials among your friends. Keep sharing and keep motivating us. Your one kind word can make a big difference.

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]]>We can solve definite integration numerically by Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s one-third rule, and Simpson’s three-eighth rule. We will discuss each method one by one with the help of a series of video lectures. Each video tutorial contains at least one example for better understanding of the topic.

We have already discussed the solution of the system of linear equations, numerical solution of algebraic non-linear equations, and the numerical solution of differential equations in our previous posts. If you want to learn these concepts then click on their respective links.

The value of the definite integral is equal to the total area under the curve between the given limits. In Trapezoidal rule, we consider the curve as a straight line between two intervals and then we find the total area under the curve by finding the area of the trapeziums of each interval. Adding all the areas will give the total area and hence, the total area under the curve is known. Watch the video tutorial to learn this topic.

In Simpson’s one third rule we consider the curve as parabola or polynomial of second order and then find the area under the curve. Here we find two area at a time and summation of all areas gives the total area under the curve. And the total area under the curve is equal to the definite integral between the given limits. Learn this concept through video tutorial given below. We have included the example in the video to make the topic more clear.

In Simpson’s Three-Eighth rule, we consider the curve as cubic equation or polynomial of third order and then we find the area of the three intervals simultaneously. After adding each area, we can find the total area. We have explained this concept with the help of one example in the video lecture given below. Watch it to grab the topic throughly.

That is all for this post. These video lectures are part of our higher engineering maths course. We have also posted the basic mathematics videos, you can have look at those courses. Keep commenting and keep motivating us through your positive feedbacks. You can also ask your doubts and queries through the comment section or by contacting us. We are always ready to help you.

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