# Tag Archives: Maths-Formulas

A spherical cap is a part of a sphere that is obtained by cutting it with a plane. It is the section of a sphere… Read More
A linear approximation is a mathematical term that refers to the use of a linear function to approximate a generic function. It is commonly used… Read More
A spherical sector is a solid formed by rotating a sector of a circle along an axis that passes through the circle’s centre but has… Read More
Trigonometric identities are equalities using trigonometric functions that hold true for any value of the variables involved, hence defining both sides of the equality. These… Read More
Vectors are two-dimensional geometrical entities with position and orientation. A vector has two points: a launching point and an endpoint, which reflects the point’s final… Read More
Trigonometry is an important branch of mathematics that deals with the relation between the lengths of the sides and angles of a right-angled triangle. The… Read More
A prism is a three-dimensional solid shape with two ends that are identical. It has flat sides, identical bases, and equal cross-sections. It has faces… Read More
Profit is defined as the amount obtained by selling a product that is greater than the cost price of the product. It is the amount… Read More
The Binomial Theorem is used in expanding an expression raised to any finite power. The binomial theorem states that any non-negative power of binomial (x… Read More
In mathematics, a percentage is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100. The word percentage is derived from the Latin word per… Read More
In geometry, a torus is defined as a three-dimensional object formed by rotating a tiny circle (with radius r) along a line formed by a… Read More
Trigonometry is one of the most significant topics of mathematics, with numerous applications in a wide range of fields. The study of the connection between… 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
Probability is a proportion of the likelihood of an event occurring. It is a measure of the chance of happening or non-happening of the outcomes… Read More
The curvature is that scalar value by which a curve deviates from being flat to a curve and from a curve back to a line.… Read More