Trigonometric table from 0 to 360 (cos -sin-cot-tan-sec-cosec)

Trigonometric ratios are important module in Maths. Here in this post, I will provide Trigonometric table from 0 to 360 (cos -sin-cot-tan-sec-cosec) and also the easy and simple way to remember it. Trigonometric table for 0 to 90 is given by And this can be easily remember by below method How to easily remember trigonometric ratios table Now to remember the Trigonometric table for 120 to … Continue reading Trigonometric table from 0 to 360 (cos -sin-cot-tan-sec-cosec) »

trigonometric formulas for Class 10

Trigonometry is quite a important chapter in Class 10 maths and lot of good questions comes in board examination also. Here is the trigonometric formulas for Class 10 in one page In a right angle triangle ABC where B=90° We can define following term for angle A Base :  Side adjacent to angle Perpendicular: Side Opposite of angle Hypotenuse: Side opposite to right angle We can … Continue reading trigonometric formulas for Class 10 »

How to easily remember trigonometric ratios table

Trigonometric ratios table for standard angles is given as Students often find it difficult to remember and use it trigonometric equations, questions and problems There is one easy way to remember these trigonometric ratios table.Lets check it out 1.For sin ratios for 0,30 ,45 ,60 and 90, we can remember them as $sin 0 = \sqrt { \frac {0}{4}} = 0$ $sin 30 = \sqrt … Continue reading How to easily remember trigonometric ratios table »

how to find acceleration with velocity and distance

We know that acceleration is defined as change in velocity per unit time. So given velocities and time , we can calculate acceleration. Now here we will be checking how to find acceleration with velocity and distance Uniform acceleration motion in one dimension In uniformly acceleration motion , acceleration can be find with velocity and distance using the formula $v^2= u^2 + 2as$ Where v is … Continue reading how to find acceleration with velocity and distance »

how to find acceleration with velocity and time

Acceleration is defined as change in velocity per unit time. It is a vector quantity and Average acceleration formula is defined as $a = \frac {Final  \; velocity – Initial \; velocity}{ time \;  taken }$ We will look at steps on how to find acceleration with velocity and time in various situation Uniformly Acceleration Motion Acceleration for a object moving in straight line with constant … Continue reading how to find acceleration with velocity and time »

Integrals class 12 important questions

Here are some good Integrals class 12 important questions  for Mathematics.   $\int  {e^x sin x} \; dx$   $\int_{2}^{8} |x-5|dx$  $\int_{0}^{\pi/4} \frac { sinx + cosx}{9 +16sin2x}dx$  $\int { \frac {1}{sinx + sec x}} dx$ $ \int { \frac {1}{2+ cosx} } dx$  $ \int { \sqrt {\frac {b-x}{b+x}} }  \; dx$ $\int_{0}^{1} tan^{-1}x \; dx$  $ \int {x sinx} \; dx$   Solutions $ … Continue reading Integrals class 12 important questions »

Vertical line test for functions and relation

A relation is a function if no pair of the relation has the same first elements. On the graph,two points will lie in the same vertical line if and only if the first coordinate of the two points are same. Therefore if a vertical line intesect the Relation graph at two points then it is not a function. This is called the Vertical line test. If all vertical lines intersect a curve at most once then the curve represents a function

What is Acceleration of free fall

Free fall acceleration A body falling freely is solely acted by Earth Gravitational force. The falling body is accelerated  by the Gravitational force and acceleration due to this gravitational force is called acceleration due to gravity. Acceleration due to gravity values slightly differs at different altitude and surface .For all practical calculation purpose, we take it  approx  9.8 m.s-2 or 10m.s-2 .Direction is always downwards. It … Continue reading What is Acceleration of free fall »