### Line, Angle, Circle

Line, Angle, Circle
Line:
A line has no beginning point or ending point. You could be imagine it continuing indefinitely in both directions. We can illustrate that by little arrows on both ends. We can name a line...

### Ratios and proportions

Ratios and proportions
Ratio: A ratio can be written in three different ways and all are read as "the ratio of a to b"
a to b
a:b
a/b Proportion: A proportion is an equation which says that two ratios are equivalent. it...

### Combinations and Permutations

Combinations and Permutations
Combinations:
Sometimes, we want to count all of the possible ways that a single set of objects can be selected - without regard to the order in which they are selected. In general, n objects...

### Types of Equations and Examples

Types of Equations and Examples
There are various types of equations, such as,
1. Linear equation Equation with one variable
Equation with two variables
Equation with three variables 2. Quadratic equation
3. Polynomial equation Monomial Equations
Binomial Equations
Trinomial Equations 4. Trigonometric equation
5. Radical...

### Fractions and Decimals: Definition, Types and Examples

Fractions and Decimals: Definition, Types and Examples.
'A number lying between zero and 1 or between zero and -1 is a fraction or decimal OR The numbers that have absolute value less than one as...

### Inequalities in Mathematics

Inequalities in Mathematics
Definition:
Inequalities represent relation of two algebraic expressions in which one expression is greater or less than other expression. For example x > 5, 4x + 5 < 20, x + y > 1 Solution...

### Basic Math Symbols (Algebra Geometry Statistics etc.)

Basic math symbols Symbol
Symbol Name
Meaning / definition
Example =
equals sign
equality
5 = 2+3
5 is equal to 2+3 ≠
not equal sign
inequality
5 ≠ 4
5 is not equal to 4 ≈
approximately equal
approximation
sin(0.01) ≈ 0.01,
x ≈ y means x is approximately equal to y >
strict inequality
greater than
5 > 4
5 is greater...

### Exponents & Roots

Exponents & Roots
1. Exponents Exponents are used to represent the repeated multiplication of a number by itself. Some rules of exponents are given below: - For example, 23 = 2 × 2 × 2 = 8
In the...

### Polynomials: Definition and Description

Definition of Polynomial
Polynomial is an expression built on variables (also called indeterminates) and coefficients. It involves operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and only non-negative integer exponents of variables. A simple example of polynomial is...

### Arithmetic

Arithmetic
Arithmetic is the foundation of mathematics. Arithmetic is most probably one of the first few subjects that you have learned in your school life. It deals with numbers as well as numerical computation. Topics in Arithmetic include whole numbers, place values,...