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Whole Number Worksheets Whole Number WorkSheets :- We have studied about the counting numbers. The numbers used for counting are called natural numbers. 1, 2, 3, 4, ------- up to infinite are all natural numbers. If we add 0 to the set of natural numbers, it becomes the set of whole numbers. This means, the set of whole numbers is... More

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Analytic Geometry Problems Analytic geometry, or analytical geometry has two different meanings in mathematics. The modern and advanced meaning refers to the geometry of analytic varieties. This article focuses on the classical and elementary meaning. In classical mathematics, analytic geometry, also known as coordinate geometry, or... More

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Anti Derivative Of Arctan What is the method of finding Antiderivative of Arctan? It is very simple let’s start learning about the method of finding the Antiderivative of Arctan which can also be written as ∫ tan^-1 x. For finding ∫ tan^-1 x we will use derivative of trigonometric identities and the by parts method according to... More

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Antiderivative Of Sin2x The definition of Antiderivative is, ∫ g (x) dx = f(x )+ c, where d f(x) /dx = g(x). The following are the integrals of the trigonometric functions. Following are the integrals or antiderivatives of the sin, cos, tan, cot, cosec etc. functions. For general if the sin x is a trigonometric function then cos... More

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Antiderivative Trig The definition of Antiderivative is, ∫ g (x) dx = f(x )+ c, where d f(x) /dx = g(x). The following are the integrals of the trigonometric functions. Following are the integrals or antiderivatives of the sin, cos, tan, cot, cosec etc. functions. For general if the sin x is a trigonometric function then cos x is... More

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Applications Of Integration One of the important fields of mathematics is integration. The meaning of Integration can vary according to the use. There are various fields in which it can be used like social and economy, mathematics, engineering and many more. Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz in the late 17th century formulated the... More

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Can Irrational Numbers Be Negative The best way of understanding that negative of an irrational number is an irrational number or can Irrational Numbers be negative is mention below. Friends first we discuss about irrational number:- irrational number are number that can be represented by a fraction. Means they don’t have... More

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Antiderivative Of Cos2x There are no anti Differentiation Formulas but from our knowledge of differentiation, specifically the chain rule, we know that 4x3 is the derivative of the function within the square root, x4 + 7. We must also account for the chain rule when we are performing integration. To do this, we use the substitution... More

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Application Of Differential Calculus In mathematics, differential calculus is a subfield of calculus concerned with the study of the rates at which quantities change. It is one of the two traditional divisions of calculus, the other being integral calculus. The primary objects of study in differential calculus are the derivative of a... More

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Converting Whole Numbers To Fractions First, remember that 2 = 2/1. In other words any number over the number 1 will always be that number. For example :- 1 = 1/1, 2 = 2/1, 3 = 3/1 and so on. Now, had 2 = 4/2. First, 4/2 can be reduced to 2/1, since you can divide 2 into both the numerator and the denominator. Always check to see... More

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