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• N(AUBUC)=n(A)+n(B)+n(C)-n(AnB) -n(BnC)+n(AnBnC) ?

why + n(AnBnC) not [3*n(AnBnC) ]

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• find the equation of the ellipse which passes through the point (4,1) and having foci at (±3,0).

Coordinate Geometry Ellipse

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• dy/dx = xe^(y-2x) , form differntial eqaution

dy/dx = xe^(y-2x) , i am asked to form differential equation using this equation . the ans given is (e^-y) …

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Raju has a piece of cloth, of length 24 cm and breadth 20 cm. He wants to create a pattern …

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• differentiate the following w.r.t x x^2 cospi/4/sinx

x^2 cospi/4/sinx

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• what is the shape having same shape & size

what is the shape having same shape & size what is the shape having same shape & size

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• What is the formula to find trapezoidal volume?

What is the formula to find trapezoidal volume?

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• surds

rationalising factor of root a

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• Describe absolute value function

Absolute value is a term used in mathematics to indicate the distance of a number from the zero of a …

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• Describe absolute values

Let us take, a and b are real numbers and then the absolute values are satisfying the following properties,.

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• Describe algebra graphing

In algebra, the quadratic function graph is in the form of “U” shaped as well as “n” shaped. The shape …

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• Describe algebraic equations

Below you can see the steps to solve algebraic equations.

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• Describe algebraic expressions

The given expression is x2 + 56x + 768. Algebra is an important subject which is an essential part of …

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• Describe algebraic numbers

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Algebraic Numbers Countable. . . . …

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• Describe analytical geometry

From the given image, Focus (F) is the fixed point, Directrix (t)and;is a fixed line. The distance between the given …

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• Describe angles

Normally the angles are classified into the following types. They are. .

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• Describe asymptote

This section is based on finding Asymptotes. Below is explained the procedure to find asymptotes:.

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• Describe binary numbers

Decimal number is equivalent to binary number, below you could see binary numbers chart. The 0 and 1 are common …

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• Describe binomial theorem

Let us. substitute 1 for x as we will as x instead of y, then we get.

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