## operation reserach, Mathematics

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#### Find the distance between the following pairs of points, p1(-3,-1),p2(9,4)...

p1(-3,-1),p2(9,4)

#### Using substitution solving polynomial equations, Using Substitution Solving...

Using Substitution Solving Polynomial Equations ? Solve : (x 3 + 4) 2 - 15 (x 3 + 4) + 36 = 0. You might be tempted to multiply everything out and factor. However, there

#### Circles, alternate segment theorum

alternate segment theorum

#### Sequence, how to find the indicated term?

how to find the indicated term?

#### Mixing problems, In these problems we will begin with a substance which is ...

In these problems we will begin with a substance which is dissolved in a liquid. Liquid will be entering as well as leaving a holding tank. The liquid entering the tank may or may

#### Vectors - calculus, Vectors  This is a quite short section. We will b...

Vectors  This is a quite short section. We will be taking a concise look at vectors and a few of their properties. We will require some of this material in the other section a

#### Find the cost price of the toy, A dealer sells a toy for Rs.24 and gains as...

A dealer sells a toy for Rs.24 and gains as much percent as the cost price of the toy. Find the cost price of the toy. Ans:    Let the C.P be x ∴Gain = x % ⇒ Gain = x

#### Concrete to abstract-how mathematical ideas grow, Concrete to Abstract :  ...

Concrete to Abstract :  Mathematics, like all human knowledge, grows out of our concrete experiences. Let us take the example of three-dimensional shapes. Think about how you came

#### Fundamental theorem of calculus, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part I ...

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part I As noted through the title above it is only the first part to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. The first part of this theorem us

#### Graph ( x + 1)2 /9 -( y - 2)2/4 =1 of hyperbola, Graph  ( x + 1) 2 /9 -( ...

Graph  ( x + 1) 2 /9 -( y - 2) 2 /4 =1 Solution It is a hyperbola. There are in fact two standard forms for a hyperbola.  Following are the basics for each form. H  