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hi guys....i have just given 10th CBSE and now i mgoing to choose wsci in 11th so plz can u tell me their r how many textbooks for maths,chem,phy and english????

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Dear mehul,


First of all you have to go through the basic text books say NCERT for chemistry,H.C Verma for physics and RD Sharma for maths.


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