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Cartesian Coordinate System

Cartesian Coordinate System

Submitted by • July 25, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - The Cartesian coordinates refer to the combination of X , Y and Z coordinates to represent a point in a Two / three dimensional system. Generally to represent a point we use a combination of parameters called the axis (X,Y ...

Average Rate Of Change Formula

Average Rate Of Change Formula

Submitted by • July 21, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - The subject of calculus had its origin mainly in the geometrical problem of determination of the gradient of a curve at a point, thereby resulting in the determination of the tangent at the point. This subject has also rendered possible ...

Area Of An Ellipse

Area Of An Ellipse

Submitted by • July 20, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Ellipse looks like a regular oval shape, resulting when a cone is cut by an oblique plane in a way that produces a closed curve which does not intersect the base. The ellipse is a closed curve and is a ...

Area Of A Triangle Formula

Area Of A Triangle Formula

Submitted by • July 20, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Here, s is the semi perimeter of the triangle and s = (a+b+c)2. The area of triangle when two sides and one angle are given is given by the following formula: Area A= (ab sin C)/2 The above formula says that area ...

Slope Formula

Slope Formula

Submitted by • July 20, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - There are a few concepts that come along with the slope concept like intercept form and point slope formula. Again the concept intercept form includes x and y intercept. Finding slope is done with the help of the point slope ...

Sin Cos Tan Table

Sin Cos Tan Table

Submitted by • July 20, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Sine Cosine and Tangent are the trigonometric ratios.They are defined as the ratio of sides of a triange.For every angle we have a sine cosine and tangent values.It is arelation between angle and sides if a triangle. If the angle ...

Rectangular Prism

Rectangular Prism

Submitted by • July 19, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - A rectangular prism is said to be a 3 dimensional solid shape. This type of prism has six faces, and all the faces of the prism are rectangle in shape. In this section, we will discuss about rectangular prism and ...

Prime Numbers

Prime Numbers

Submitted by • July 19, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Prime numbers are a special category of natural numbers or positive integers which are exactly divisible by 1 and the number itself. So, a prime number has exactly two divisors. Prime number is a number which is greater than 1 ...

Poisson Distribution Examples

Poisson Distribution Examples

Submitted by • July 19, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Poisson distribution is one of the important topics of statistics. In statistics, Poisson distribution is one of the discrete probability distribution. This distribution is used for calculating the possibilities for an event with the given average rate of value ie ...

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