# Maxima and minima, inter maths 1b solutions

Inter maths 1b solutions for Maxima and minima are given for some problems.

These are very easy to understand. First you study the text book very well.

Observe the solutions and try them in your own method.

Text book exercise solutions links are also given.

**You can see the solutions for junior inter maths 1b**

1. Locus

5. Three dimensional coordinates

6. Direction cosines and direction ratios

7. The plane

11. Rate measure

**You can see the solutions for junior inter maths 1A**

1. Functions

3. Matrices

6. Trigonometric ratios upto transformations 1

7. Trigonometric ratios upto transformations 2

9. Inverse trigonometric functions

**You can see the solutions for text book Maths 1A**

**Functions**

**Mathematical Induction**

**Matrices**

**Addition of vectors**

**Product of vectors**

**Trigonometric Ratios up to Transformations**

**Trigonometric Equations**

**Inverse Trigonometric Equations**

**Hyperbolic Functions**

**Properties of Triangles**

**Maths 1B solutions for**

**Locus**

**Transformation of Axes**

**The Straight Line**

Exercise 3(a)

Exercise 3(b)

Exercise 3(c)

**Three Dimensional Coordinates**

**Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios**

**The Plane **

**Limits and Continuity**

**Applications** **of Derivaties**

## Intermediate mathematics 1b chapter 10.5 solutions

**Maxima and Minima**

Note – Observe the solutions and try them in your own methods.

Inter maths trigonometry solutions

Maths real numbers solutions class 10

**You can see solutions for Inter Maths IIB**

1. Circle

3. Parabola

4. Ellipse

5. Hyperbola

6. Integration

**You can also see solutions for Inter Maths IIA**

5. Permutations and Combinations

9. Probability

10. Random variables and Probability Distribution

**For examination purpose you can see**

Vaishali chadarSeptember 24, 2019 at 1:32 pmIf x,y,z are length of the perpandicular dropped from a point inside the triangle of given area A,on the three sides of the triangle then the minimum value of x^2+y^2+Z^2 is 4A^2/a^2+b^2+c^2