# Category Archives: School Learning

Parallelogram is a  quadrilateral in which opposite sides are parallel and congruent and the opposite angles are equal. A parallelogram is formed by the intersection… Read More
The Combination of a set of rational and irrational numbers is called real numbers. All the real numbers can be expressed on the number line.… Read More
A Cartesian plane is defined as the intersection of two perpendicular number lines namely the x-axis (horizontal) and the y-axis (vertical). Using these axes, one… Read More
A permutation is a collection or a combination of objects from a set where the order or the arrangement of the chosen objects does matter.… Read More
Angle Sum Property of a Triangle is the special property of a triangle that is used to find the value of an unknown angle in… Read More
Heron’s Formula is a very popular formula for finding the area of a triangle when the three sides are given. This formula was given by… Read More
Probability means the chances of a number of occurrences of an event. In simple language, it is the possibility that an event will occur or… Read More
Monomial is an algebraic expression that contains only one term. Monomial can be a combination of numbers and variables. Example of monomial expression is 5,… Read More
Measures of Central Tendency are the methods to obtain the numerical values which are used to represent a large collection of numerical data. These obtained… Read More
Bayes’ Theorem is named after Reverend Thomas Bayes. It is a very important theorem in mathematics that is used to find the probability of an… Read More
Theorem Statement: Thales’s Theorem or Basic Proportionality Theorem states that if a line is drawn parallel to one side of a triangle intersecting the other… Read More
A pie chart or circle graph, in Data handling, is one type of pictorial representation of a given set of data, which is used to… Read More
Probability is defined as the chance of happening or occurrences of an event. Generally, the possibility of analyzing the occurrence of any event with respect… Read More
Algebraic Identities are algebraic equation which is always true for every value of the variable in them. The algebraic equations that are valid for all… Read More
Question 1(i). Find the equation of the plane passing through the following points (2, 1, 0), (3, -2, -2), and(3, 1, 7). Solution:  Given points… Read More