11th grade math is a foundation for 12th grade math. Some of the topics which you have studied in 11th grade the same topics are repeated in 12th grade-math but in details. ask-math describes the what the student are going to learn in this grade. Some topic introduction and to learn these topics step by step, there are links given at the bottom.
Functions: In this chapter ask-math explains you about various types of functions, composition of functions and inverse of a function.
Inverse trigonometric functions : In this chapter, you will learn the inverses of all trigonometric functions and to study their properties.
Algebra of matrices : In this section you will learn the operations on matrices such as addition, subtraction and multiplication of matrices.
Determinants Every square matrix can be associated to an expression or a number which is known as its determinant.
Continuity : Continuous function is a function for which sufficiently small changes in the input result in random small changes in the output if not then the function is said to be a discontinuous function.
Differentiability : Let f(x) be a real valued function whose derivative exists at each point in its domain.
Mean value theorems : Let f be a real valued function defined on the interval [a,b] such that the function is continuous at [a,b] , differentiable on (a,b) and f(a)= f(b).
Tangents and Normals : In this section you will learn how to find the gradient of the curve.
Application of derivatives: In this section you will learn Increasing and decreasing functions and Maxima and Minima.
Integrals : Under this section , you will learn indefinite and definite integrals.
Application of intergrals: Here you will learn how to find the area under the simple curve and area between the two curves.

Relations
Cartesian product of sets
Domain
Relation
Void relation
Universal relation
Identity relation
Reflexive relation on set
Symmetric relations
Transitive relation
Antisymmetric relation
Equivalence relation

Limits and continuity

Introduction to Limits
Finding limits numerically
finding limits graphically
Limits that fail to exist
Formal definition of Limits
Properties of Limits
Evaluate the limit by direct substitution
Limits of trigonometric functions
Finding limits by factorization method
Finding limits by rationalizing method
Calculus Squeeze theorem
Continuity of a function
Greatest integer function
Intermediate Value theorem
Infinite Limits