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Limit Formula for Trigonometric Functions Note: If π is followed by a trigonometric function the value π = 180 degrees. The above formulas are important provisions or prerequisites to be used in calculating trigonometric limit values. Actually there are various kinds of trigonometric functions that often appear in limit problems.

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What is trigonometry? as we all know that what is meant by trigonometry is a branch of mathematics that studies the relationship of the sides and angles of a triangle and also the basic functions that arise because of the existence of these relations. Trigonometry is a comparison value defined

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Logarithmic formula Well, for those of you who aren’t familiar with logarithms, here we explain about the notion of logarithms in easily understood languages. Basically the notion of logarithms is a mathematical operation that is the inverse of the exponent or lift. Example of the logarithm of the exponent if

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Understanding Geometry Series Definition of sequences Geometry is a sequence which each tribe is obtained from the result of multiplying the previous term with a certain constant. A geometry series is a sequence that satisfies the properties of a result for a term with a previous sequence of values of

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General Form of Quadratic Equations is a form of mathematical model that states the relationship is equal to (=) and the highest rank is two. The quadratic equation has a general form: ax2+bx+c=0 with a,b and c ϵ R and a≠0 example : 3×2+4x+1 Determining the Roots of a Quadratic

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1. Prime Numbers Prime numbers are positive integers that are more than one. Prime numbers have only two numbers dividing the numbers themselves and 1. The first ten prime numbers are 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23 and 29. Examples: 2 and 3 are prime numbers. 4 is not a prime number because 4

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Who ever heard the word algebra? This is a branch of mathematics in problem solving using letters to represent numbers. Derived from Arabic, al-jabr which means completion. Do you know who the inventor is? He is a scholar named Al-Khawarizmi. Now, let’s look more closely at definitions and forms of