Simple Interest Solved Examples Simple interest is a easy and quick method for calculating the interest charged on a loan or principal amount. The concept of simple interest is famous and used in many sectors such as finance, automobile and banking. Solved examples on simple interest will help us to understand to solve step-by-step different […]

Division of Two Rational Numbers In this tutorial, we will learn, division of rational numbers. Rational numbers are written as fractions, therefore to divide a given rational number by another rational number, we have to multiply the given rational number by the reciprocal of the second rational number. Let a/b is a rational number then […]

Rational Numbers – Multiplication In this tutorial, we will learn, multiplication of rational numbers. Multiplication of two rational numbers is just like multiplication of two integers. Product of two or more rational numbers is founded by multiplying the corresponding numerators and denominators of the numbers and writing them in the standard form. Product of numerators […]

Rational Numbers on Number Line Rational Numbers Rational numbers are numbers which can be represented in the form of p/q, where p and q are any two integers and q is not equal to zero(q ≠ 0). Rational Numbers on Number Line Rational numbers can easily represented on number line by following some simple steps. […]

Exponent and Power – Difference Exponent Power Exponent can be define as the number of times a certain number is used in the multiplication. Power can be define as the number of times a number is multiplied by itself. Exponent is always written as a superscript of the number to which the power is raised. […]

Polar Equation of a Circle Polar form of the equation of the circle is almost similar to the parametric form of the equation of the circle. We usually write polar form of the equation of circle whose center is origin. Let’s take a point P(rcosϴ, rsinϴ) on the boundary of the circle, where r is […]

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