 # JEE Advanced 2016: Mathematics Analysis

Find IIT JEE Advanced 2016 Mathematics Paper Analysis. This analysis will cover topic-wise marks distribution for every subject and weightage to 11th and 12th classes individually. This paper analysis will also be helpful for those aspirants who are going to appear for the exam next year. IIT JEE Advanced Examination – 2016 was conducted on 22 May 2016. The examination consisted of two papers – Paper -1 and Paper-2. There were three parts in each paper – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. This article talks about the detailed analysis of Mathematics part of the paper.

There were 18 questions of Mathematics in each paper. So, a total of 36 questions were asked from Mathematics. As compared to other parts of the paper, mathematics paper was lengthy and consumed more time.

A detailed analysis of the questions asked from each chapter has been provided in the table.

 Unit Topic Class No. of que. Total Marks %Weightage (Topic) %Weightage (Unit) Algebra Binomial Theorem 11 1 3 2.42 33.88 Complex Numbers 11 2 7 5.65 Quadratic Equation 11 1 3 2.42 Sequence & Series 11 1 3 2.42 Matrices & Determinants 12 4 14 11.29 Probability 12 3 9 7.26 Permutation & Combination 11 1 3 2.42 Trigonometry Solution of Triangle 11 1 4 3.23 8.06 Trigonometric equation 11 1 3 2.42 Trigonometric Ratio & identities 11 1 3 2.42 Analytical Geometry Circle 11 1 4 3.23 20.17 Ellipse 11 2 6 4.84 Parabola 11 2 8 6.45 Co-ordinate Geometry (3-D) 12 2 7 5.65 Differential Calculus Application of Derivatives 12 2 8 6.45 15.32 Limit, Continuity & Differentiability 12 3 11 8.87 Integral Calculus Area Under Curve 12 1 3 2.42 16.94 Definite integration 12 3 10 8.06 Differential Equation 12 2 8 6.45 Vectors & Miscellaneous Vector 12 1 4 3.23 5.65 Fundamentals of Mathematics 11 1 3 2.42

Approximately 70% of the paper was from Algebra and Calculus (Differential and Integral). Analytical Geometry constituted 20% while trigonometry constituted 8% of the paper.

Unit-wise break up of questions from each unit has been provided in the pie graph below: IIT JEE Advanced 2016 was a mixture of Class 11th and Class 12th questions. Approximately 40% questions were asked from Class 11th and and  60% questions were asked from Class 12th. 