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Sir if i have solved HC VERMA do i need to go through Resnick Halliday?and what is the best book for Coordinate Geometry?

Which book should i pick for objective solving of IIT sums in Mathematics? Is ML KHANNA sufficient?

6 years ago


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										if you have truly gone through HCV there is no need for you to go through halliday.

take a book like irodov or TMH

best book fro coordinate is one of the modules of brilliant tuttorials

for objective solving of IIT sums, Asil das is a good option

ML Khana may not be sufficient

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Rahul- IIT Roorkee
6 years ago

hc verma is enough

6 years ago

no, dont solve resnick halliday.


u may look for arihant publication for cordinate geometry.


tata mc graw hill is good one but m.l.khanna is sufficient.

6 years ago

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