 # Maths

## De Moivre’s Theorem

De Moivre’s Theorem in complex numbers, states that: For all and $${(\cos \ x + i \sin \ x)}^n = \cos \ nx + i \sin \ nx$$ where, \(i …

## Quotient Rule

The quotient rule is a fundamental rule in differential calculus. It is one of the basic, simple and widely used rule to differentiate equations. This rule is used to differentiate …

The area of quadrilateral is generally defined as the region occupied inside the boundaries of a quadrilateral or a flat object or figure. The area is measured in square units. …

## L Hospital’s Rule

L’Hospital’s Rule or L’Hôpital’s Rule (pronunciation lopeetaal rule), is a rule employed in calculation of limits of indeterminate forms . It is named after the French mathematician Guillaume de l’hospital …

## Coprime Numbers

Two integers numbers, a and b, are said to be coprime numbers, if their greatest common divisor is equal to one. For example, the greatest common divisor of 2 and …

## Surds & Indices

Surds are the values in square root that cannot be further simplified into whole numbers( ) or integers( ).  Surds are irrational numbers as these values cannot be further simplified. …

## Pythagorean Theorem Calculator

Pythagorean theorem calculator is a free online calculator used to calculate mainly the hypotenuse of a right-angle triangle with the two other sides an input. About Calculator Here is the …

## Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

In number theory, the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic (FTA), also known as the unique-prime-factorization theorem or the unique factorization theorem states that, Every integer greater than 1 is either itself …

## Table of 20

Learning table of 20 makes a student’s calculation fast and mental arithmetic easier. It is important for every student to learn multiplication tables as it helps students to understand the …

## Table of 19

Learning table of 19 makes a student’s calculation fast and mental arithmetic easier. It is important for every student to learn multiplication tables as it helps students to understand the …

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