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# 1st year Maths guess paper 2021

Mathematics Guess for 1st Year 2019 This guess is for the students of the first year. This is maths guess for F.Sc, ICS Part I students. Math First year guess for all Punjab board 2019 can be got here. Here are two guesses form two maths teachers.

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## Mathematics Guess paper for class 11 2021

The guess paer is 100% sure guess paper according to smart syllabus 2021. The students should tell me after the paper that how much portion of paper has come from our guess papers. The new guess paper of fsc part 1, 1st year for mathematics for 2021 board annual exams.

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Here is the guess paper 2021 for 1st year mathematics:

### Unit 1

Important Definitions: 1. complex numbers 2. rational numbers 3. irrational numbers

Example #6 (Page#10),Ex #1.1 Q.1 (ii, iii. iv) Q.4(i,ii) Q.5, Q.6(i)

Ex #1.2 Q.4(i, ii, iii) Q.5(ii,iii) Q.11, Q.14(ii, iii) Q.5(ii) Q.16(i, ii)

Ex #1.2 Q.4(i, ii, iii) Q.5(ii,iii) Q.11, Q.14(ii, iii) Q.5(ii) Q.16(i, ii)

Ex# 1.3: Q.2(ii, iii, iv), Q.4, Q.5 (i, ii, iii), Q.6(i, ii)

Theorms: (iii, iv) (page#21)

Theorms: (iii, iv) (page#21)

-> Also learn associative laws of addition and multiplicatioin

### Unit 2

Important Definitions: equal and equivalent sets, Singleton set, null set, finite and infinite sets

Exercise 2.1 Q.2(i, v, vi,ix,xii,xvi),
Ex # 2.2 Q.4(ii,vii),Q.5(iii.iv)

De Morgan’s Laws,

Ex #2.3 (Q# 9[i], [iv]),

Example #4 (page#53),

Ex # 2.4 (Q#5),

Ex # 2.5 (Q#4),

Example #4 (page#53,

De Morgan’s Laws,

Ex #2.3 (Q# 9[i], [iv]),

Example #4 (page#53),

Ex # 2.4 (Q#5),

Ex # 2.5 (Q#4),

Example #4 (page#53,

Solution of Linear Equations(pg.76), Reversal Law of Inverses(pg.77), Exercise 2.8: Q.5, Q.6

### Unit 3

Ex #3.1: Q.2, Q.3(i,ii), Q.5,8, Q.12(i, ii),Ex # 3.2 Q.3(ii), Q.5(i), Q.6(iii), Q.8(ii), Q.2(ii), Q.4(iv), Q.7(i)

Ex # 3.3 Q.1(i), Q.2(i,ii,iii), Q.3(ii,iii,iv), Q.4(ii), Q.5(i,iii,v), Q.6(i,iii),

Ex # 3.4: Q.6(i), Q.8, Q.10(ii, iii), Example 3: (pg.137), Q.5

Ex # 3.5: Q.1(iii), Q.2(ii), Q.4(ii)

### Unit 4

Ex # 4.1 (Q. 8),Example #6 (page#406)..

Example #4 (page#145)

Ex # 4.2 (Q. 10, 14, 24),

Ex # 4.3 (Q. 5, 12),

Three cube roots of Unity,

Ex # 4.4 (Q. 3[i], [iii], Q. 5),

Ex # 4.5 (Q. 16),

Ex # 4.6 (Q. 2, 3[ii], 4, 6, 9),

Nature Of The Roots of a

Quadratic Equation.,

Ex # 4.7 (Q. 5, 8),

Ex # 4.8 (Q. 5),

Ex # 4.9 (Q. 5, 8),

Ex # 4.10 (Q. 13,17)

Example #4 (page#145)

Ex # 4.2 (Q. 10, 14, 24),

Ex # 4.3 (Q. 5, 12),

Three cube roots of Unity,

Ex # 4.4 (Q. 3[i], [iii], Q. 5),

Ex # 4.5 (Q. 16),

Ex # 4.6 (Q. 2, 3[ii], 4, 6, 9),

Nature Of The Roots of a

Quadratic Equation.,

Ex # 4.7 (Q. 5, 8),

Ex # 4.8 (Q. 5),

Ex # 4.9 (Q. 5, 8),

Ex # 4.10 (Q. 13,17)

### Unit 5

Ex # 5.1 Q. 4,7,10, Q.5, Example 1: (pg.184), Example 2: (pg.184),Ex # 5.3 Q.1,10, Example 1: (pg.188) Q.3,6,8

### Unit 6

Ex# 6.1 Q.1(ii,iii, v,vi,vii, viii)

Ex # 6.2 Q.4,7,8,9,12, 2,6,13,

Ex # 6.8 (Q. 3[ii, iv], 8),

Ex # 6.10 Q.1(i), Q.2(ii), Q.7,8,12,13, Q.14(i), Q.15(i), Q.17

Ex # 6.8 (Q. 3[ii, iv], 8),

Ex # 6.10 Q.1(i), Q.2(ii), Q.7,8,12,13, Q.14(i), Q.15(i), Q.17

### Unit 7

Ex # 7.2 Q.1(i,iii,v), Q.2(i,ii,iii), Q.3,4,6,10,11, Example #1 (page#237

Ex # 7.3 Q.1(ii, iii), Q.4,12, Q.3,11,

Ex # 7.4: Q.1(i,ii,iii), Q.2(i,ii,iii), Q.3(i) Q.4,10,

Ex # 7.5 Q.3(i, ii)

Ex # 7.7 (Q. 2, 5),

Example 3: (pg.238)

Ex # 7.3 Q.1(ii, iii), Q.4,12, Q.3,11,

Ex # 7.4: Q.1(i,ii,iii), Q.2(i,ii,iii), Q.3(i) Q.4,10,

Ex # 7.5 Q.3(i, ii)

Ex # 7.7 (Q. 2, 5),

Example 3: (pg.238)

### Unit 8

Ex # 8.1 Q.1,3,5,7,15,22,Ex # 8.2 (Q. 7[i], 9[i], 10[i, ii])

Ex # 8.3 (Q. 3[iii], 4[iv,vi],12, Q.5,7,11

### Unit 9

Ex # 9.1 Q.1(ix,xii,xiii), Q.2(ii,vi,xv), Q.3, Q.4(i), Q.5(ii), Q.6(i), Q.7

Ex # 9.2 Q.3(iv,v,vi), Q.4(ii)

Ex # 9.3 Q.1(i,ii, iii. iv), Q.2(i), Q.3(i,ii), Q.4, Q.5(iv,vii), Q.6(v,ix)

Ex # 9.4 Q.5,6,7,9,10

Ex # 9.2 Q.3(iv,v,vi), Q.4(ii)

Ex # 9.3 Q.1(i,ii, iii. iv), Q.2(i), Q.3(i,ii), Q.4, Q.5(iv,vii), Q.6(v,ix)

Ex # 9.4 Q.5,6,7,9,10

### Unit 10

Ex # 10.1 (Q. 3[iii]),

Ex # 10.2 Q.1(iii,vi), Q.3(ii), Q.7(ii), Q.11, Example 1: (pg.330),

Ex # 10.4 Q.1(i,iii,iv,v), Q.2(v,vi), Q.3(ii), Q.4

Ex # 10.2 Q.1(iii,vi), Q.3(ii), Q.7(ii), Q.11, Example 1: (pg.330),

Ex # 10.4 Q.1(i,iii,iv,v), Q.2(v,vi), Q.3(ii), Q.4

### Unit 11

Ex # 11.1 (Q. 5, 9)

### Unit 12

Ex # 12.3 Q.1,5,3,9

Ex #12.6 Q.2,6,7,10 Q.1,8,

Ex # 12.8 Q.1(i), Q.3(iii), Q.5(iv), Q.6(i), Q.7(i), Q.12

Ex #12.6 Q.2,6,7,10 Q.1,8,

Ex # 12.8 Q.1(i), Q.3(iii), Q.5(iv), Q.6(i), Q.7(i), Q.12

### Unit 13

Ex # 13.1: Q.1(iv,v,vi), Q.2(i,iii), Q.3(iii,iv,vii),

Ex # 13.2: Q.3,11,17,18,19

### Unit 14

Example 1-3: (pg.401&402), Example 1,2,4,5: (pg.403,405 & 406),

Ex # 14: Q.1(ii,iv), Q.2(i,iii), Q.3,5

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