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Find The Domain Of A Function

Find The Domain Of A Function

Submitted by • September 27, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - In mathematics, domain is an important concept in a function. Domain is defined as a set of input value or arguments. The set of all the output values is called as a range. The range is an interval among the ...

Discrete Random Variable

Discrete Random Variable

Submitted by • September 21, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Some of the commonly known probability distributions of discrete random variable are Binomial distribution and Poisson distribution. The following are the examples of sample spaces of some of the experiments commonly mentioned in probability problems.

Derivative Of Sec

Derivative Of Sec

Submitted by • September 20, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - In mathematics, we can find the derivatives of trigonometric functions like d (sinx)dx,d (cosx)dx etc. In this section, we will learn about the derivatives of trigonometric functions and how we can find the derivative of these trigonometric functions.

Decimal Place Value

Decimal Place Value

Submitted by • September 19, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Decimal place value is slightly differing from normal place value for numbers. This decimal place value system has a decimal point and numbers on both sides of decimal point. There are different names for the numbers before and after the ...

Area Of An Equilateral Triangle

Area Of An Equilateral Triangle

Submitted by • September 14, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - The total space inside the boundary of the equilateral triangle is called as the area of the equilateral triangle. Area is measured in terms of square unit. The total space inside the boundary of the equilateral triangle is called as the ...

What Are Supplementary Angles

What Are Supplementary Angles

Submitted by • September 12, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Two angles are said to be Supplementary angles if the sum of both the angles adds up to 180 degrees. For Example, Consider an angle of 10°. Supplementary angle of 10° is 170°. 10° + 170° = 180°. Therefore, 10° ...

Volume Of A Cone Formula

Volume Of A Cone Formula

Submitted by • September 11, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Volume of a Cone is a measurement of the occupied units of a Cone. The volume of a Cone is represented by cubic units like cubic centimeter, cubic millimeter and so on. Volume of a Cone is the number of ...

Volume Of A Prism

Volume Of A Prism

Submitted by • September 11, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Volume of a Prism is a measurement of the occupied units of a Prism. The volume of a Prism is represented by cubic units like cubic centimeter, cubic millimeter and so on. It is also defined as the number of ...

Volume Of Rectangular Prism

Volume Of Rectangular Prism

Submitted by • September 11, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Volume of Rectangular Prism is the number of units occupied in the solid.That is how much amount of unit a rectangular prism can hold that is volume. Rectangular Prism is a 3-D figure, A rectangular prism have Length, Width, Height. ...

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