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.

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Given that x3 − 2x2 − x+2 = x3 − x− 2x2 +2 Grouping the 1st 2 terms together and the 2nd 2 together: = x(x2 − 1)...
1 is the natural number that has no predecessor. A whole number that comes before the given number is recognized as a predecessor. The...
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...
The point of intersection of the coordinate axis is Origin (0,0). The coordinate plane has two axes, the horizontal axes and the vertical axes....
This series is in decreasing order of 5. Though, 8-5=3 3-5=-2 -2-5=-7 therefore, -7-5 = -12 -7-5 = - 12 - 12 - 5 = -17...
We have to find the LCM of 63,70 and 77. 63 = 3² × 7 70 = 2 ;× 7 × 5 77 = 7 × 11 LCM = 3²× 7 × 11...
We know that -7/4 or -1 3/4, is greater than – 2 and less than – 1. So -7/4 will be in between -2 and -1. Now to represents -7/4...
The given number is 10 10= 1 × 10 = 2 × 5 Factors of 10 = { 1 , 2 , 5, 10 } Mean = ( sum of the factors )/ ( number of factors ) = (...
Given that 2y³+y²-2y-1 =(2y+1)(y+1)(y-1) Now Factorizing 2y³+y²-2y-1 = y² (2y + 1) -1 (2y + 1) = (2y + 1)(y² - 1) =...

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