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im little weak in differential calculus....in exam im not sure if i could solve question or not....i dont get where to start in spite of having practice...what should i do?

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Hi Shruti,


Try to work hard on thise questions in these days


Try to take help from some teachers who can solve your doubts on that particular topic,


Work hard on 3 things, Basics, Doubts and Speed


Hope that can help you


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