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Category Archives: Engineering Mathematics

Pi is believed by some people to be a number that in its infinite length contains all the possible number combinations that could ever be.… Read More
Introduction :Etymologically a set is a collection of distinct elements that may have something particular in common and type means-“of a particular kind”. These two… Read More
Probability refers to the extent of the occurrence of events. When an event occurs like throwing a ball, picking a card from the deck, etc.,… Read More
Overview :An integer p>1 is called a prime number, or prime if the only positive divisors of p are 1 and p. An integer q>1… Read More
Planar Graph :If a graph can be drawn on the plane without crossing, it is said to be planar.Coloring of a simple graph is the… Read More
Introduction : A proof is a valid argument that establishes the truth of a mathematical statement. A proof can use the hypothesis of the theorem, if… Read More
What is the Basel Problem :The Basel problem is an issue of Pietro Mengoli’s theory of numbers in 1644 and Leonhard Euler’s resolution in 1734.… Read More
A graph G is a collection of a set of vertices and a set of edges that connects those vertices. It consists of two sets:… Read More
If you are wondering what are imaginary numbers and thinking that there must be a meaning for imaginary number, Then lets get into the article… Read More
Introduction :The set of natural numbers is axiomatically defined below. G. Peano, an Italian mathematician, and J. W. R. Dedekind, a German mathematician, are credited… Read More
Prerequisite :  Rings in Discrete Mathematics Introduction :Algebraic Structure : A non-empty set G equipped with 1 or more binary operations is called algebraic structure.Example… Read More
Introduction :A hypergraph is a graph in which hyperedges (generalized edges) can connect to a subset of vertices/nodes rather than two vertices/nodes.The edges (also known… Read More
Prerequisite : Knowledge  of Matrices & Identity Matrix Introduction :A matrix is a collection of numbers arranged in a row-by-row and column-by-column arrangement. The elements… Read More
Introduction :A Graph G consists of vertices & edges. The edges are lines or arcs that connect any two nodes in the graph, and the… Read More
Introduction :The most basic form of logic is propositional logic. Propositions, which have no variables, are the only assertions that are considered. Because there are… Read More

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