## Value of Pi

Pi, denoted by π, is a constant that we’ve been using since our fifth grade when we first learnt how to calculate an area enclosed by a circle. Do you …

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# Basic Math

## Value of Pi

## Sum of Squares of n Natural Numbers

## Factors of 8

## Factors of 45

## Factors of 80

## Factors of 50

## Factors of 32

## Factors of 96

## Factors of 49

## Factors of 25

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Pi, denoted by π, is a constant that we’ve been using since our fifth grade when we first learnt how to calculate an area enclosed by a circle. Do you …

The sum of squares of the first natural numbers refers to the following special sum, \(\sum_{i=1}^n i^2 = \sum n^2 = 1^2 + 2^2 + 3^2 + \ldots + n^2\) …

Factors of 8 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number that leaves a remainder of zero, is called a …

Factors of 45 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 45 with a remainder of zero, then that …

Factors of 80 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 80 with a remainder of zero, then that …

Factors of 50 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 50 with a remainder of zero, then that …

Factors of 32 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 32 with a remainder of zero, then that …

Factors of 96 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 96 with a remainder of zero, then that …

Factors of 49 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 49 with a remainder of zero, then that …

Factors of 25 are basically the numbers that divide it evenly or exactly without leaving any remainder i.e if a number divides 25 with a remainder of zero, then that …