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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 ...

Subtracting Polynomials

Subtracting Polynomials

Submitted by • September 5, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Polynomial is an equation which contains various variables and constants. Various operations like polynomial addition and subtraction can be performed. Polynomial division is normally performed with a constant in division of variables. But division by variables is not allowed in ...

Simplifying Rational Expressions

Simplifying Rational Expressions

Submitted by • September 4, 2012

maths.edurite.com - When a function is represented by ratio of two polynomials then this function is called as rational expression. In other words a Rational Expression is a fraction which is comprised of numerator and denominator where numerator and denominator are in ...

Quadratic Formula Problems

Quadratic Formula Problems

Submitted by • August 30, 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 ...

Multiplication Of Polynomials

Multiplication Of Polynomials

Submitted by • August 24, 2012

maths.edurite.com - A polynomial can possess different degrees of variables. Operations like multiplication, addition, subtraction and division with polynomials are same like those with real numbers. Multiplication of polynomials can become complex when done between two polynomials of higher degrees. Only thing ...

Rational Irrational Numbers

Rational Irrational Numbers

Submitted by • August 23, 2012

maths.edurite.com - Rational numbers and irrational numbers combine together to form the set of real numbers. To understand about Rational and Irrational Numbers definition we say that the Natural Numbers, whole numbers, all positive and negative integer numbers, the fraction numbers and ...

Linear Equations In One Variable

Linear Equations In One Variable

Submitted by • August 20, 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- ...

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