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Directrix of a hyperbola is a straight line that is used in generating a curve. It can also be defined as the line from which the hyperbola...
The natural log function of 0 is denoted by “loge 0”. It is also known as the log function of 0 to the base e. The representation of...
107 10 X 10 X 10 x 10 X 10 X 10 x 10 = 1,00,00,000...
log(x)=-0.123 We know that C =logba The inverse relation is a=bc For common logarithms, b =10 So x=10-0.123= 0.7534...
2x+3y=6 2x= 6-3y x = x =...
Yes adjacent angles of a parallelogram are supplementary Let us consider Parallelogram ABCD. To prove: ∠A + ∠B = 180 degrees, ∠C...
We can find the square root of 0.4 by the following method 0.4 can be expressed as 4/10 √0.4= Multiplying numerator and denominator by...
We know that tan can be expressed as tan x = sin x / cos x tan (90+x) = sin (90+ x) /cos (90+x)------(i) USing identity sin(90 + X) = sin(X)...
Except 2, all other prime numbers are odd numbers. A natural number which has exactly two factors, i.e. 1 and the number itself, is a prime number....
We have to differentiate y=lnx y = ln x x=ey dx/dy= ey dy / dx = 1/ey=1/x...
x3 + x – 3x2 – 3 Here x is common factor in x3 + x and – 3 is common factor in – 3x2 3×2 – 3 x3 – 3x2...
On multiplying using the identity we get the equation as...
Square root of a number is the value that returns the original number on multiplied by itself. Finding square root by prime factorisation is an...
A trapezium is not a parallelogram because a parallelogram has 2 pairs of parallel sides. But a trapezium only has 1 pair of parallel sides....
We have to factorise sin3x - cos3x Let us solve using the identity (a3 – b3) = (a – b)(a2 + b2 + ab) Here a =sin x and b =...
The integers which can be generated by multiplying the two smallest positive integers and contain at least one divisor other than number...
We have to find the diagonal of a rectangle whose sides are 20 and 48. Let us assume that the sides of a given rectangle as length L= 20...
We know that 42 = 16. so multiply the denominator and numerator by the reciprocal =16...
Equation of the line passing through the points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) is Hence equation of the required line will be...
Will solve sin x =1/2 using inverse function so sin-1(1/2) = x Let x is an angle equal to Sin-1 (1/2)x = sin-1(1/2)We know that, sin 30...

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