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## how to convert cot inverse to sin, cos, tan, sec, cosec x inverse

We often need to convert inverse of cot to either inverse of cos, sin, tan, sec, cosec x .In this post we will see how to convert cot inverse to sin, cos, tan, sec, cosec x inverse Inverse of cot to inverse of sin Case 1$cot^{-1} x$ and x > 0 Now we can write …

## how to convert cosec inverse x to sin, cos, tan, sec , cot inverse

We often need to convert inverse of cosec to either inverse of cos, sin, tan, sec , cot .In this post we will see how we can do it easily Inverse of cosec to inverse of sin This is by property $cosec^{-1} x = sin^{-1} \frac {1}{x}$ Inverse of cosec to inverse of cos Case …

## 7 Indeterminate forms

Indeterminate forms are mathematical expressions that cannot be evaluated directly because they result in an ambiguous or undefined value. These forms arise when attempting to evaluate limits or perform certain operations involving variables or functions. The 7 most common indeterminate forms encountered in calculus and mathematical analysis are: 7 Indeterminate forms 1.$\frac {\infty}{\infty}$ This form …

## Activity 4.2 for Class 10 Science – Carbon and its compounds

Activity 4.2 NCERT Class 10 Science: Understanding Homologous Series in Organic Chemistry For students seeking solutions to Activity 4.2 for Class 10 Science in NCERT, you’ve come to the right spot. This article provides an explanation and conclusion for NCERT Science Class 10 Chapter 4 Activity. Aim of the Activity The aim of this activity …

## Concept of motion and rest in physics

An object is said to be in state of motion if its position changes with the passage of time. If the position of the object does not change with the passage of time then the object is said to be at rest. We have now define what is motion and to describe it we consider simplest form of motion that is motion of any object in one dimension for example car moving on the road. To determine the position of car at different times , we could measure its distance from starting point and record all these observations. These observations can be recorded in form of a table or we can draw a distance versus time graph for the motion of the car and see how it is moving.

## Activity 4.1 Class 10 Science – Carbon and its Compounds

Activity 4.1 in Chapter 4 of the NCERT Class 10 Science book Activity 1.4 is a straightforward and interesting exercise. It encourages students to discover how carbon compounds are found all around them in their daily lives. It helps students realize the importance of carbon compounds, also known as organic compounds, in our everyday life. …

## Activity 13.3 Class 10 Science – Our Environment

Activity 13.3: Ncert book Science class 10 This activity 13.3 class 10 science is about the presence of pesticides in ready-made food items and their impact on our health. It also focuses on the causes of the presence of pesticides in food items. This activity encourages us to consider the sources of these pesticides, how …

## Activity 13.2 Class 10 Science – Understanding aquatic ecosystem interactions

Activity 13.2 Class 10 Science Our Environment Activity 13.2 Class 10 Science of NCERT book encourages students to understand the dynamics of an aquatic ecosystem. It asks them to consider the implications of introducing predatory species into an aquarium, discuss the interdependence of organisms, construct a food chain, and reflect on the importance of different …