Maths is quite an abstract subject, and it can be rather intimidating at times. However, you can learn mathematics easily and effortlessly if you practice enough. To guide you in this endeavour, we have provided detailed solutions on many important concepts. The solutions are elaborated with simple, yet detailed explanations. Relevant formulas are listed out wherever required. Tips and shortcuts are provided to save precious time and effort.

Content is presented in a format which can be comprehended with ease. This means students will understand concepts without much hassle. From an exam perspective, a wide range of questions is covered from a plethora of subjects concepts from Trigonometry and Statistics to Calculus and Integrals.

Just like any other subject, mathematics can be better understood through exhaustive practice. Consider this analogy: a skill such as dancing or painting can only be perfected with enough practice. Similarly, the only way to get better at math is to keep practising. Moreover, we have a database of questions extracted from school textbooks and competitive exams. These will help the students to practice and perfect concepts in mathematics.

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On taking the LCM of 140, we will get the product of its prime factor. Therefore, 140 = 2 × 2 × 5 × 7 × 1 =...
Given integers are: 26 and 91 First, let us find out the prime factors of 26 and 91. 26 = 2 × 13 91 = 7 × 13 ∴ L.C.M (26, 91)...
Given A number 6n Find out We need to check whether it can end with zero Solution We know that any number is multiplied by 5 or 10 or by the...
Solution: Let us assume 1/√2 is a rational number Let us assume 1/√2 = r where r is a rational number On further calculation we...
Let us find out 1/0 In general, any number divided by 0 equals to infinity. Let us take 1 divided by 0. 1/0 = ∞ From this, we can also...
Convert 29.5 m/sec into km/hr. To convert from m / sec to km / hour, we multiply by 18 / 5. So, 1 m / sec = 18 / 5 km / hour = 3.6 km / hour...

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