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From this section you can download / view Video Lectures on Mathematics Class 11th / F.Sc / ICS Part-I for free. These Videos for F.Sc students have been prepared by SABAK Foundation for the ease of students as per new and updated syllabus/course prescribed by Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad – Pakistan and other BISE(s)/Boards of Pakistan. We are fully hopeful that after after watching/viewing these Video Lectures you will score 90% plus marks in your exams as they have been prepared in a very simple, easy, brief and in simple and lucid language to understand. The purpose of sharing these videos is to promote education in Pakistan and to help those students who really want to learn something. These videos are enough for learning purpose, and after watching these video lectures you will come to know that you are no more in need of any kind of tuition or Academy.
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Chapter 9: Fundamentals of Trigonometry (21 videos)
9.2: Units of Measures of Angles
- Introduction to an Angle
- Measuring an Angle in Sexagesimal System
- Sexagesimal System into Decimal form & Vice Versa
- Radian Measure of an Angle
9.3: Relation Between the Length of an Arc of a Circle and the Circular Measure of it
- Relationship of Radius-Central Angle-Arc Length
- Area of a Circular Sector
- Relationship Between Radians & Degrees