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Prime factorisation is a method to find the prime factors of a given number, say a composite number. These factors are nothing but the prime...
We have to solve 1−sin2x=cosx−sinx 1−sin2x=cosx−sin x (cosx−sin x) 2=cos x−sin x So, cos x−sinx=1...
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We have to integrate ∫sin3(x)dx ∫sin3(x)dx=∫sin(x)(1−cos2(x))dx =∫sin(x)dx−∫sin(x)cos2(x)dx Let us consider the first integral We know that...
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We have to find the square root of 1600 To find the square root of 1600 we will factorise it first Here we have to find the prime factors of...
We have to find the value of tan (π/3) tan π= 180 tan(π/3) = 180/3 tan(π/3) = 60 tan 60 can be expressed as tan 60 = sin 60...
Given sec Θ = 4 By reciproval identity we know that sec Θ = 1/cosΘ sec Θ= 1/cos Θ = 1/4 1/cos Θ = 4...
We have to find 30% of 400 A percentage is a number or ratio that can be expressed as a fraction of 100. To calculate the percentage of a...
The value which refers to the distance of a number from the origin of a number line is called absolute values. It is represented as |a|, which...
We have to find the value of 813/4 We know that 81 can be expressed in the power of 3 81 = 3 X 3 X 3 X 3 8 = 34 Hence the given number...

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