Class 11 Physics (India)

Class 11 Physics (India)

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Course Description

Physical Word

Physics and its law

Unit Physical quantities and their measurement

Scientific notation

Significant figure

Basic math Concept physics (Prerequisite)

Introduction to logarithms

The constant e and the nature logarithms


Basic of trigonometry

The unit of circle definition of sine ,cosine and tangent

The graph of sine ,cosine and tangent

Basic trigonometric identities

Evaluation function

Inputs and outputs of a function

Maximum and minimum points

Interval where a function is positive ,negative and increasing ,or..

Interpreting feature of graph

Differentiation for physics (Prerequisite)


Introduction to different calculus

Secant lines

Limits basis

Derivative as a limit

Using the formal definition of derivatives

Derivative as  a function

Basic differentiation rule

Power rule

polynomial function differentiation

Sine & cosine derivatives

Product rule

chain rule

Integration to physics(Prerequisite)


Indefinite integral of common function

Definite integral of area

Riemann sums

Definite integral evaluation


Area & net change

Motion in straight line

Distance displacement and coordinate system

Average velocity and Average speed

Velocity and speed from graphs


Kinematic formulas

object in freefall

Rectilinear motion (integral calc)

Relative velocity 1D


vector basic

Magnitude of vectors

Combined vector operations

unit vectors

Magnitude and direction from of vector

Component of vector

Adding vector in magnitude and direction form

Application of vectors

Motion in a plane

Introduction to vectors and two -dimensional motion

Analyzing vectors using trigonometry

Review : Unit vectors

Graphs of projectile motion

Horizontally launched projectile

projectile launched at an angle

Projectile launched from/to a  height

Projectile on an incline

Relative motion in 2D

Uniform circular motion introduction

Centripetal acceleration

Laws of motion

Introduction to force and freely body diagram

Newton ‘s first law : mass and inertia

Newton’s second law

Newton’s third law

Normal force and contact force

Balanced and unbalanced forces

Slow sock on Lubricon VI

Inclined planes



Treating systems

Centripetal forces  problem solving

Introduction to linear momentum and impulse

Conversion of linear momentum and elastic collision

Collision in 2D

Work energy and power

Introduction to work

Kinetic work

work energy theorem

Gravitational potential energy and conservative forces

Spring potential energy and Hooke’s law

Conservation of energy

Work and energy problems involving friction


Elastic and inelastic collisions

System of particles and rotations motions

center of mass

Introduction to rotations motion

Angular Kinematics

Torque and equilibrium

Cross product and torque

Rotational inertia and angular second law

Rotational Kinetic energy ‘

Angular momentum and angular impulse

conservation of angular momentum


Newton ‘s law of gravitation

Gravitational potential energy at large distance

Mechanical properties of solid

stress, strain and modules of elasticity

shear and bulk stress

Application of elastic properties (Bonus)

Mechanical properties of fluid

density and pressure

Buoyant force and Archimedes ‘ principle

Fluid dynamics


surface tension

Thermal properties of matter

temperature , kinetic theory , and ideal gas law

Specific heat and heat transfer

Thermal expansion in solids

Thermal expansion in fluids

Thermal stress


Zeroth and first law of thermodynamics

work form PV graph and internal energy

Thermodynamics processes and Carnot cycle


Kinetic theory

Ideal gas equations

Kinetic molecular theory of gases


Introduction to simple harmonic motion

Simple harmonic motion in spring -mass system

simple pendulums

Energy in simple harmonic oscillators

Simple harmonic motion (with calculus)


Introduction to waves

Wave characteristics

Wave interference

Standing waves


Beat and interference of sound waves

The Doppler effect



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