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How To Solve A Linear Equation Using The Equality Properties

How To Solve A Linear Equation Using The Equality Properties

Submitted by • September 27, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Linear equation can be defined as an equation which makes a straight line when it is plotted on a graph. Generally linear equation is written in form y = mx + b, here ‘m’ represents the Slope of line ...

How To Graph Linear Equations With Fractions

How To Graph Linear Equations With Fractions

Submitted by • September 27, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Resolving the Linear Equations in Math is not a very difficult task. By this we are able to find the values of the unknowns in the equation. We may come across situations where Fractions are contained within the linear equations. ...

How Do You Know If A Quadratic Equation Will Have One, Two, Or No Solutions

How Do You Know If A Quadratic Equation Will Have One, Two, Or No Solutions

Submitted by • September 25, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Quadratic equation is polynomial of degree 2. General form of a Quadratic Equation is given as: H x2 + G x + K = 0, where H, G and K are constants of equation. In general we solve the equation ...

How To Find The Derivative Of A Square Root

How To Find The Derivative Of A Square Root

Submitted by • September 22, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Derivatives of mathematical functions are evaluated using certain general differentiation formulas. We can have various types of functions whose derivatives are possible to be evaluated. Let us discuss how to find the derivative of a square root function? Square root ...

What Is The Difference Between Domain And Range

What Is The Difference Between Domain And Range

Submitted by • September 22, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Set of values of inputs is called as domain of function, and set of outputs is called as range of function. For example: (2, 5) (7, 9). Domain = (2, 7), Range = (5, 9). Now we will see what is the ...

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

Submitted by • September 18, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Algebraic expression can be defined as expression which is comprised of constants (values that cannot be changed), variables (values that can be changed as required), and a finite number of algebraic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and power ...

Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring

Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring

Submitted by • September 15, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Quadratic equation is an equation whose highest degree is two. Degree 2 indicates that highest power in equation is two. Let’s discuss process of solving Quadratic Equation by factoring. Let’s consider the following quadratic equation to understand how to solve quadratic ...

How Many Sides Does A Heptagon Have

How Many Sides Does A Heptagon Have

Submitted by • September 12, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Geometrically, a heptagon is a type of a Polygon which is comprised of seven sides and seven angles. Sides or arms of heptagon are also known as line segments. All sides and angles of heptagon are similar. Sometimes heptagon is ...

How Many Degrees Are In A Triangle

How Many Degrees Are In A Triangle

Submitted by • September 7, 2012

www.tutorcircle.com - Triangle is made of three arms (or three line segments or three edges) and three angles (shapes). Triangle is the basic shape of Geometry. Various types of Triangles are Equilateral Triangle, isosceles triangle, scalene triangle, right triangle (or right-angled or ...

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