By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
When analyzing a graph there is only one factor that makes it of less quality or “bad” and that is correlation. Correlation is how well your data follows a certain pattern. It doesn’t matter if it follows a liner relationship, exponential relationship, an...
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
There are many ways to find the altitude of a triangle; so I will create a generalized solution path for you to find the altitude. Firstly we should know that there are many different kinds of triangles; Equilateral Triangles, Isosceles Triangles, Right Triangles, and some...
A short introduction to trigonometry
By: Steven Mars
Dictionary.com defines trigonometry as “The branch of mathematics that deals with the relations between the sides and angles of plane or spherical triangles, and the calculations based on them.” The ancient Egyptians and ancient Babylonians were among the first to use a...
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
Parallel lines are lines that are perfectly aligned with each other. This alignment is accomplished by having each line change at the same rate; or in other words having the same slope. Liner functions are most popularly known so I will describe linear alignment. Most...
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
Boolean algebra is a type of algebra that deals with the logic and connections of statements. Boolean algebra is typically used in computational mathematics used in computer science and electrical engineering courses. This type of algebra can be represented in many ways but first lets...
By: Erin M. Ritz
Trigonometry is an advanced field of mathematics typically offered to upperclassmen in high school, or at the college level. It is the study of triangles, specifically the measurements of the angles and the sides and the relationships to each. The study of trigonometry began with...
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
Pi is a very significant constant in mathematics due to its many uses. Many people find it a magic number because of its infinite chain of random decimals; but it is quite simple and straight forward when we know how it was actually derived. Pi...
Square root explained
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
The square root function is one of the basic functions people learn on the algebraic level. When considering square root one should ask themselves one question ‘What positive number times itself makes this’. Some may think why does it have to be a positive...
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
Exponents are simply a more organized was to write multiplication. Exponents are written as a variable in the top right corner above another variable. The terms we use to describe these terms are “Power” (Top part); and “Base” (Bottom part). In computer notation...
What are the Laws of Exponents
By: Ludovic Harold Tesla
The laws of exponents are rules about specific cases of multiplication. With each of these specific cases we will learn how to recognize them and how to re-write them in a way to make them easier to work with. From background knowledge we know that...

 

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