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Metric Conversions

Metric Conversions

Submitted by • June 11, 2013

math.tutorvista.com - In certain situations we need to convert the quantity in one scale to other as per the requirement. This process of converting measured value into other units of same type is known as Conversion. Conversion can be done for same types ...

7th Grade Math

7th Grade Math

Submitted by • June 6, 2013

math.tutorvista.com - Usually students find grade-7 maths entirely different from whatever they had learned in lower grades. Mathematics in 7th grade becomes more descriptive and illustrative. It contains axioms and theorems. It contains concepts which if mastered, are quite useful in higher ...

Continuity Of A Function

Continuity Of A Function

Submitted by • April 24, 2013

math.tutorvista.com - The word continuous means without any break or unbroken. Roughly speaking, a function ‘f’ is continuous at a point ‘c’ if ‘f’ does not have a break or gap in its value at c that is there exists f( c ...

Converting Metric Units

Converting Metric Units

Submitted by • February 12, 2013

math.tutorvista.com - In mathematics, metric units are one of the important topics. Metric units or metric measurement units are used for the purpose of calculating an international decimalized system of measurement.

Graphs Of Functions

Graphs Of Functions

Submitted by • September 29, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Set of all points in the flat of the equation (x, f(x)) define the graph of function to be the graph of the equation y = f(x). So that, the graph of a function is a particular case of the ...

Find The Domain Of A Function

Find The Domain Of A Function

Submitted by • September 27, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - In mathematics, domain is an important concept in a function. Domain is defined as a set of input value or arguments. The set of all the output values is called as a range. The range is an interval among the ...

Divisibility Rules Chart

Divisibility Rules Chart

Submitted by • September 21, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - In the mathematics, divisibility has many rules. This divisibility rules are discussed by the following methods. These divisibility rules are very useful to understand the divisibility of the number, which is even number, odd number, and decimal number etc.

Decimal Place Value

Decimal Place Value

Submitted by • September 19, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - Decimal place value is slightly differing from normal place value for numbers. This decimal place value system has a decimal point and numbers on both sides of decimal point. There are different names for the numbers before and after the ...

Triangle Inequality Theorem

Triangle Inequality Theorem

Submitted by • September 7, 2012

math.tutorvista.com - The triangle inequality theorem states that the sum of any two sides is always greater than the third side. In other words, it means that any side of the triangle is shorter than the sum of other two sides of ...

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