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Chapters Wise Questions in Physics for EAMCET Exam 2012 Electro Magnetic4 Questions Ray Optics3 Questions Atomic Physics3 Questions Dynamics2 Questions Rotatory Motion2 Questions Thermo Dynamics2Questions Thermal expansion of metals2 Questions Wave Motion and Sound2 Questions Magnetism2 Questions Electro Statics2 Questions Weight age/Questions in Chemistry for Eamcet 2012 Exam Organic Chemistry5 Questions Carbon Compounds4 Questions Chemical Bonding3 Questions Atomic Structure – 2 Questions Electro Chemistry2 Questions Metallurgy 2 Questions Solutions2 Questions
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You are looking for the EAMCET weight age according to chapter wise, hgere i am providing: 1.Circles and System of Circles6 to 7 questions 2.Vector Algebra6 questions 3.Probability5 to 6 questions 4.Matrices4 questions 5.Derivatives4 questions 6. Trigonometry up to Transformation4 questions 7.Geometry3D4questions 8.Complex Numbers3 Questions 9.Quadratic Equations3 questions 10.Permutation and Combination3 questions 11.Straight Lines3 Questions 12.Pairs of Straight Lines3 questions 13. In define Integration3 questions 14.Applications of Derivatives3 questions 15.Numerical Integration2 questions 16.Differential Equations2 questions
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From EAMCET 2009 onwards there is a 25% weightage for inter marks and 75% weightage for EAMCET marks will be used for calculation of EAMCET Ranks. Only Group subject Marks will be considered in Inter weightage. After aggregating the both Inter+ EAMCET weightage Marks final EAMCET Ranks will be calculated. See these examples to get the clear idea about EAMCET Rank Calculation: For Intermediate Weightage: If a candidate get 576 marks out of total 600 marks, his / ger weightage will be calculated like this…. 576 / 600 X 25 = 24 Marks For EAMCET Weightage: Total marks of a candidate in EAMCET will be aggregated to 100 and 75 % weightage will be calculated from that marks. For example, if a candidate scores 80 marks out of 160 in EAMCET, his marks in EAMCET will be… 80 / 160 X 75 = 37.5 Now both weightages will be added and final rank will be announced accordingly. This will be done like this… Inter Weightage = 24 + EAMCET weightage = 37.5 Total Marks = 61.5 Based on this Score, final ranks will be calculated. Engineering Stream In Engineering, we have three subjects Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry generally for total of 160 marks and it is further divided into 80 marks in Mathematics, 40 each in Physics and Chemistry.
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