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				   which are the most important topics for jee 2010.

7 years ago


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The most important topics for JEE-2010



Coordinate Geometry


Binomial Theorem

Complex Numbers


Electricity and Magnetism



Wave Motion

Thermal Physics




Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Bonding

Surface Chemistry


Rgards and Best of Luck,

Rajat Expert

7 years ago

Thank you sir...

Actually sir i am feeling nervous about inverse trigonometry. and also not gaining confidence in physics though able to solve hcv...

any suggestions sir...

and could i ask subject questions right here,,, online.




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Ashish Kumar.

7 years ago

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