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Qadratic Formula Examples

Qadratic Formula Examples

Submitted by • September 29, 2012

maths.edurite.com - An equation whose highest degree is equals to 2 is known as quadratic equation. In other words we can say that equation whose highest power is a square is said to be a quadratic equation. Quadratic equation can be written ...

Derive Quadratic Formula

Derive Quadratic Formula

Submitted by • September 28, 2012

maths.edurite.com - An equation whose highest degree is equals to 2 is known as quadratic equation. In other words we can say that equation whose highest power is a square is said to be a quadratic equation. Quadratic equation can be written ...

Natural Numbers

Natural Numbers

Submitted by • September 24, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Natural Numbers are defined as the set of numbers which lies between one and infinity including one. It can be considered under the set of real numbers as real numbers is a super set of all types of numbers. Thus ...

Solving Linear Equation In One Variable

Solving Linear Equation In One Variable

Submitted by • September 17, 2012

maths.edurite.com - When linear equations consist of only one variable, it becomes easier for us to solve the equations. Such kind of equations represent a vertical (perpendicular to x- axis or parallel to y- axis) or horizontal straight line (perpendicular to y- ...

Factor The Polynomial

Factor The Polynomial

Submitted by • September 15, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Expressions which consist of constants, variables and exponent values joined together by mathematical operators like addition, subtraction, multiplication, are known as polynomials. Exponents can be 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 ….etc. Polynomials cannot have infinite values. For ...

Systems Of Linear Equations

Systems Of Linear Equations

Submitted by • September 14, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Linear equation can be defined as an equation which makes a straight line when it is plotted on a graph. Generally linear equation is written in form y = mx + b, Here ‘m’ represents the slope of line and ...

Column Addition

Column Addition

Submitted by • September 11, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Column addition methods of adding the numbers is used by the beginners. In column addition method, we will simply add the columns to the columns, so we also call it addition column method. Here we will first place the ...

Sine Formula

Sine Formula

Submitted by • September 10, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Sine is a trigonometric function whose value is positive in I and II quadrant. We are aware of the area of a triangle which is generally said to be half of the product of base and height. It can also ...

Polynomials

Polynomials

Submitted by • September 6, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Exponents can be defined as numbers which represent the number of times a number is multiplied by itself. Let’s understand definition of exponent mathematically. Exponents can be written as numbers above base number. Like 93, this number can also be ...

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