With the Byju’s article on Definition of Inverse Trigonometric Function – we are going to discuss domain and Range of inverse Trigonometric function. Domain and Range of Trigonometric Functions: Domain of a function is defined as the set of every possible independent variable. (arcsinex) Domain: -1 ≤ x≤ 1 Range: -π/2 ≤ y ≤ π/2 (arccosinex) […]

## Inverse Trigonometric Functions ̵...

Inverse trigonometric functions are also called “Arc Functions,” since for a given value of a trigonometric function; they produce the length of arc needed to obtain that particular value. The range of an inverse function is defined as the range of values the inverse function can attain with the defined domain of the function. Domain […]

## Arithmetic Geometric Sequence

Arithmetic Geometric sequence is the fusion of an arithmetic sequence and a geometric sequence. An arithmetic sequence is of the form: ; where is the first term, is the common difference is term of A.P. Similarly, a geometric sequence is of the form here is the first term, is the common ratio is term of […]

## Area Of Parallelogram And Triangles

Area of parallelogram and area of triangles: Parallelogram is a special type of quadrilateral in which both pair of opposite sides is parallel. Area of parallelograms and triangles between the same parallel lines can be deduced using the properties of parallelogram and triangle. Area axiom: Every polygonal region has an area, measured in standard units. […]

## Equation of Plane – Intercept F...

Equation of plane in intercept form Vectors are physical quantities which like other quantities have a magnitude but also a direction linked to them. In the three-dimensional Cartesian system position vectors are simply used to denote the location or position of the point, but a reference point is necessary. There are infinite number of planes […]

## Algebraic Equations

What comes to mind when you hear the term “equation”? Equations… equality… equal sign? That’s what equations are all about. Equating one quantity with another. Equations are like a balance scale. If you’ve seen a balance scale, you would know that an equal amount of weight has to be placed on either side for the scale […]