The general form of a quadratic equation is ax2+ bx+ c=y, where a = 0 and a,b,c are the parameters which influence its U-shaped parabola graph. This is an example of a non-linear function with its highest exponent 2.
Find the angle of Triangle, Equilateral Triangle, Right Triangle, Quadrilaterals
In Geometry, every structure has particular dimensions like length of the side, angle etc. These dimensions create patterns and relationships which in fact gives us more information about a particular geometric figure. Let the geometric structure be any shape like a triangle or a quadrilateral, below are some of the rules shown.
Important Properties of Quadratic Functions
Quadratic Functions Definition : The standard form of a quadratic function is f(x) = ax2+bx+c, where a = 0 and a, b, c are constants. The graph of a quadratic function is a U-shaped parabola. Whether the parabola opens upward or downward depends on the parameter ‘a’. The graphs below explain it!
Linear System -> A System of equations is a collection of equations which when solved, gives the solution. As the number of equations increase, the variables also increase and we have to find their solution. The graph of these equations is a straight line. The basic system of equation is an equation with two variables only.
Probability is the study of the chances a particular event has, as any event happening has certain outcomes. So the measure of probability ranges from ‘0’ (event not happening-0%chance) to ‘1’ (event happening for sure-100%chance).
Math Functions, Relations, Domain & Range
A function ‘f’ is a relation between two sets which converts an input into an output. A function with Domain ‘x’ and Range ‘y’ is denoted by f: X-> Y.
Sine, Cosine and Tangent (Trigonometry Four quadrants)
The 6 trigonometric functions when graphed in an x-y coordinate plane, give different measurements based on their side and angle. The sign of the trigonometric functions depends on how the angle is formed.
Fundamental unit of measurement for data.
Measurement for data is the most commonly used logic in our everyday life. To buy something in a grocery store, the number of items bought is counted or measured. In fact to even pay the bill, money is measured! So without proper measurement units, our everyday life would be almost impossible!
Square root functions (for example: y= √x) is defined as the function where the output ‘y’ when multiplied by itself (squared) gives the input ‘x’. The symbol ‘√’is called the ‘radical symbol’ and the general form of any square root function is given by:
Area of Plane Shapes -> In Geometry, the dimensions such as length, width of any geometric structure gives us important information about the structure’s area, perimeter etc. This data and measurements are very useful in our daily life as it helps us calculate things like fencing for our back-yard, area of the space occupied etc.