Category: Mathematics

  • What is Perimeter of Triangle?

    The perimeter of a triangle is defined as the total length of its boundary. A triangle is a polygon with 3 sides and it can be classified into different types based on the measure of its sides and angles. There are different formulas and methods to calculate the perimeter of a triangle based on the […]

  • Index Numbers

    Index Numbers

    An index number is commonly used in the study of the economic status of a particular region. As mentioned, the index number defines the level of a variable relative to the level in a particular period span. These index numbers serve as a measure to study the change in the effects of all the factors […]

  • What is Two Lines Of Symmetry?

    What is Two Lines Of Symmetry?

    Symmetry means The balanced and proportionate similarity between two halves of an object. In other words, one half is the mirror image of another half. It is a must to understand the concept of line of symmetry. Ex: When you fold the heart shape paper, the paper is folded from the center to get the […]

  • What is Ohm’s Law?

    What is Ohm’s Law?

    Ohm’s Law is a formula used to calculate the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance in an electrical circuit. This law states the relationship between electric current and potential difference. The current that flows through most conductors is directly proportional to the voltage applied to it. Georg Simon Ohm is a German physicist who was […]

  • What is Prism?

    What is Prism?

    Prisms are three-dimensional solid objects in which the two ends are identical. It is the combination of flat faces, identical bases, and equal cross-sections. The faces of the prisms are parallelograms or rectangles without bases. And the bases of the prisms could be triangle, square, rectangle, or any n-sided polygon. Ex: A pentagonal prism has […]

  • What is BODMAS RULE?

    What is BODMAS RULE?

    BODMAS rule is useful to simplify a mathematical equation. The full form of BODMAS is Brackets, Orders, Division, Multiplication, Addition, and Subtraction. Hence, the second preference in this rule is given here to the orders or exponents (xn).  Later we perform the arithmetic operations (÷, ×, +, -). We will solve examples based on this rule […]

  • Area of Circle

    Area of Circle

    The area of a circle is the region occupied by the circle in a two-dimensional plane. It can be determined easily using a formula, A = πr2, (Pi r-squared) where r is the radius of the circle. The unit of area is the square unit, such as m2, cm2, etc. Calculation of Area of Circle For example, if […]

  • Whole Numbers

    Whole Numbers

    The whole numbers are the number without fractions and it is a collection of positive integers and zero. It is represented by the symbol “W” and the set of numbers are {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,……………}. Zero as a whole represents nothing or a null value. Whole Numbers: W = […]

  • What is Triangle? Area

    What is Triangle? Area

    A triangle is a three-sided polygon that closes in a space. It uses lines, line segments, or rays to form the three sides. When three sides form and meet, they create three vertices or corners. The corners inside are interior angles. The outside corners are known as exterior angles. Properties of a Triangles Every shape in […]

  • Decimal Numbers

    Decimal Numbers

    A decimal is one of the types of numbers, which has a whole number and the fractional part separated by a decimal point. The dot present between the whole number and fractions part is called the decimal point. For example, 34.5 is a decimal number. Here, 34 is a whole number part and 5 is […]