Mathematic

What are Trapezoids?

In this lecture broadly explain on What are Trapezoids. It is a tutorial study based presentation. Trapezoids are quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides. The inclusive definition sets up a relationship between parallelograms and trapezoids that is exactly analogous to to the rela.....

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What are Kites?

Kite is a quadrilateral that has two pairs of consecutive congruent sides, but opposite sides are not congruent. Kites were first developed in ancient China. This lecture briefly describe on properties of kites: the diagonals of a kite are perpendicular, non-vertex angles (a)are congruent, vert.....

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Properties of Trapezoids and Kites

Main purpose of this lecture is to present on Properties of Trapezoids and Kites. Trapezoid is Quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides. A Trapezoid has two pairs of base angles. The first pair are the angles that are adjacent to the bottom base. The second pair are the angles adja.....

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An Introduction to Kites

Principle purpose of this lecture is to present on an introduction to kites. Kites are thought to have originated in China about 3000 years ago. One story is that a fisherman was out on a windy day and his hat blew away and got caught on his fishing line which was then blown up in to […]<.....

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Kites in Geometry

Major purpose of this lecture is to present on Kites in Geometry. This lecture is tutorial study based presentation. A kite is traditionally defined as a four-sided, flat shape with two pairs of adjacent sides that are equal to each other. In geometry, a kite is a quadrilateral whose four sides.....

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Area Calculus

General objective of this lecture is to present on Area Calculus. Calculus was built around two problems: Tangent line and Area. To approximate area, we use rectangles; more rectangles means more accuracy. Variables include: Number of rectangles used and Endpoints used. Regardless of the .....

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Functional Decomposition

Functional Decomposition is the process of taking a complex process and breaking it down into its smaller, simpler parts. This process of decomposition is undertaken either for the purpose of gaining insight into the identity of the constituent components, or for the purpose of obtaining a compre.....

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Theorem

Theorem is an embodiment of some general principle that makes it part of a larger theory. It is a logical consequence of the axioms. The proof of a mathematical theorem is a logical argument for the theorem statement given in accord with the rules of a deductive system. A theorem is a theorem in .....

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Conjecture

Conjecture is like a hypothesis to a scientist. It is a conclusion or proposition based on incomplete information, for which no proof has been found. Conjecture is a statement believed to be true based on observations. It is considered proven only when it has been shown that it is logically impos.....

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Benjamin Gompertz

Benjamin Gompertz was a British self-educated mathematician. He was learning mathematics by reading Newton and Maclaurin. He came from a family of merchants who left Holland and settled in England. He was one of three sons born in England to a Dutch family which, although from Holland, was Jewish.....

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Lecture on Ancient World History

Prime purpose of this lecture is to present on Ancient World History. Here broadly present Ancient History to the American Revolution. This lecture also discus on Olmecs in the Americas; Around 6,000 BC the first cultures began to emerge. The first were the Olmecs which began around 1500 BC a.....

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Triangles: Classifications, Angles and More

There are several different types of triangles. You can classify a triangle by its sides and its angles. There are THREE different classifications for triangles based on their sides. There are FOUR different classifications for triangles based on their angles. Types of Triangle by Angle. In an.....

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