# Tag Archives: Maths-Calculators

The perfect square is a number that is obtained by multiplying the number by itself. Similarly the perfect square trinomial is an algebraic expression that… Read More
A line’s slope is a measure of its steepness and direction. It is defined as the change in y coordinate to the change in x… Read More
The International Bureau of Weights and Measures defines a decameter as a unit of length. The dam is the official sign for decameters, however, Dm… Read More
A rhombus is a parallelogram such that its four sides are equal to each other. It can be interpreted as an equilateral quadrilateral. The opposite… Read More
Variance is defined as a measure of dispersion, a metric used to assess the variability of data around an average value. It is a statistical… Read More
Length is the measure of distance between two points. It may also refer to the measurement of an object from one end to the other.… Read More
A Centimetre is a unit of length. It is defined as one-hundredth of a meter. In the International System of Units (SI), the current form… Read More
The millimeter is a metric length unit used to measure small things and amounts such as medicines, the length of a pen tip, and so… Read More
Percentage error is an estimation of the inconsistency between a noticed and a valid or acknowledged esteem. While estimating information, the outcome regularly shifts from… Read More
When a quadratic equation is represented graphically with a U – shape, it is called a parabola. A parabola can also be defined as a… Read More
Before going to find Least Common Multiple we have to know the number system. In this number system, we can learn natural numbers, whole numbers,… Read More
The subset of numbers that includes zero and all positive integers is known as whole numbers. The overall number goes from 0 to infinity. These… Read More
The weighted mean is similar to the arithmetic mean. In arithmetic mean each data point contributes equally to the final average but whereas in weighted… Read More
Equations that have an independent variable, as well as the dependent variable and the derivative of the dependent variable with respect to the independent variable,… Read More
A polynomial having degree 2 is considered a second-degree equation and it is also called a quadratic equation. The standard form of the second-degree equation… Read More