Category Archives: Engineering Mathematics

Let the set G on which a binary operation o is defined from a group (G , o). G is a group if it satisfies… Read More
Group : It is a set equipped with a binary operation that combines any two elements to form a third element in such a way that… Read More
Logical reasoning forms the basis for a huge domain of computer science and mathematics. They help in establishing mathematical arguments, valid or invalid. 1. Propositional… Read More
Inverse of Permutation Group-: If the product of two permutations is the identical permutation then each of them is called inverse of each other. For… Read More
Even Permutations: A permutation is called even if it can be expressed as a product of even number of transpositions. Example-1:       Here we… Read More
Arguments are an important part of logical reasoning and philosophy. It also plays a vital role in mathematical proofs. In this article, we will throw… Read More
Introduction : Suppose an event can occur several times within a given unit of time. When the total number of occurrences of the event is… Read More
Introduction : Suppose an event can occur several times within a given unit of time. When the total number of occurrences of the event is… Read More
Problem-1:Set G = { 1, ω, ω2 } i.e., three roots of unity and form a finite abelian group with respect to multiplication, also prove… Read More
Let G be a non-empty set, then a one-one onto mapping to itself that is as shown below is called a permutation.   The number of… Read More
Introduction : Suppose an event can occur several times within a given unit of time. When the total number of occurrences of the event is… Read More
Let we have a running stream of numbers as x1,x2,x3,…,xn. The formula for calculating mean and variance at any given point is given as : … Read More
A question arises that is there any root possible for z if sin (z) = 2. First answer which comes to mind that no such… Read More
Problem-: Prove that ( I, + ) is an abelian group. i.e. The set of all integers I form an abelian group with respect to… Read More
Introduction : Suppose an event can occur several times within a given unit of time. When the total number of occurrences of the event is… Read More