## What are the sequences and arithmetic progressions? If the numbers are generated according to a certain rule such that each consecutive number has a specific relation with its neighbors then they are said to form a sequence. You can consider sequences as list of ordered pairs. Sequences are represented by {an} where n is an integer. The value of n can be any integer or from natural number (1,2,3,….) which is called the domain of sequence. Each number in the sequence is called term.

## How to determine the inverse of a function give an example?

What is the inverse of a function? How to determine the inverse of a function give an example? As we know that the function can be represented either as an “expression” or in the form of tabular data. That tabular Read More …

## what are the examples of scalar and vector quantities?

Introduction to scalar and Vector quantities what are the examples of scalar and vector quantities? All the physical quantities in our surroundings can be classified either as scalar or vector. For example the speed of light is a scalar quantity. Read More …

## How many parts of a circle has?

what is a circle in math? what is a circle in math? Define its parts in detail.  A circle is a locus of points whose distance is constant from some fixed point O. That fixed point is called the center Read More …