This GATE lecture of engineering mathematics on topic “Vector Calculus Part 2 ” will help the GATE aspirants engineering students to understand following topic:

This Gate Lectures of engineering mathematics is very useful for preparation of GATE exam. This lecture is also useful in Linear Algebra – matrix and determinants, Differential Equations, Probability & Statistics, Complex Variables, Calculus, Numerical Methods, Transform theory, Gate Lecture for Electronics & Communication (EC), Gate Lecture for Mechanical Engineering (ME), Gate Lecture for Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Gate Lecture for Electrical Engineering (EE), Gate Lecture for Civil Engineering (CE), Gate Lecture for Information Technology (IT) .

Introduction to Charge and Coulomb’s Law (video from May 2008 that I forgot to upload) More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=NXMgvrS8Gr8

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The video discusses about various aspects of graphs of logarithmic functions like ln(x) and log x to the general base ‘a’ The video covers the topic Function and graphs from IIT-JEE point of view For better understanding watch all the parts in sequence,for which go to channel and play playlist Function and Graphs. For better…

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