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Solving an Equation

Solving an Equation

Solving an Equation An equation is a mathematical statement that has two expressions separated by an equal sign. The expression on the left side of the equal sign has the same value as the expression on the right side. One or both of the expressions may contain variables. Solving an equation mean.....

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Reflection of Point in Y-Axis

Reflection of Point in Y-Axis

Reflection of Point in Y-Axis A reflection can be thought of as folding or “flipping” an object over the line of reflection. An object and its reflection have the same shape and size, but the figures face in opposite directions. The objects appear as if they are mirror reflections, wi.....

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Reflection of Point in X-Axis

Reflection of Point in X-Axis

Reflection of a Point in the x-axis A reflection can be thought of as folding or “flipping” an object over the line of reflection. When you reflect a point across the x-axis, the x-coordinate remains the same, but the y-coordinate is transformed into its opposite (its sign is changed).....

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Reflection of a Point in a Line

Reflection of a Point in a Line

Reflection of a Point in a Line A reflection is a transformation representing a flip of a figure. Figures may be reflected in a point, a line, or a plane. When reflecting a figure in a line or in a point, the image is congruent to the preimage. A reflection maps every point of a […]

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Evaluating an Expression with Variable

Evaluating an Expression with Variable

Evaluating an Expression with Variable A variable is a letter, for example x, y or z, that represents an unspecified number. 6+x=12 To evaluate an algebraic expression, you have to substitute a number for each variable and perform the arithmetic operations. In the example above, the variable x is.....

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Division Equations with Single and two Digits number

Division Equations with Single and two Digits number

Division equations are mathematical equations that involve the division operator. Division equations are useful not just in math class but also in our everyday life. For example, if we wanted to share a bag of candies evenly with our friends, we can use division to find our answer. Say we had 100.....

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Position of a Point in a Plane

Position of a Point in a Plane

Position of a Point in a Plane We know that the position of a point in a plane is given by its coordinates. In the adjoining figure, XOX’ and YOY’ are two intersecting and mutually perpendicular straight lines. Together, the two lines form the frame of reference in the Cartesian x-y plane for.....

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How to Divide Pounds and Ounces?

How to Divide Pounds and Ounces?

How to divide pounds and ounces? A pound is a unit of weight commonly used in the United States and the British commonwealth, and originally descended from Roman times. A pound is defined as exactly 0.45359237 kilograms. An ounce is a unit of weight equal to 1/16th of a pound or about 28.35 grams.....

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How to Divide Feet and Inches?

How to Divide Feet and Inches?

Feet and inches are US customary system units, so let’s look at information that is as close to official as it can be, material from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, rather than depending on opinions of various people, who might or might not be well-informed on the topic. Con.....

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Continued Proportion

Continued Proportion

Three quantities are said to be in continued proportion if the ratio of the first term and second term be equal to the ratio of the second term and third term. Continued proportion: Three numbers ‘a’, ‘b’ and ‘c’ are said to be continued proportion if a, b and c are in proportion. Thu.....

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Dividing by Repeated Subtractions

Dividing by Repeated Subtractions

Dividing by Repeated Subtractions The result of division is to separate a group of objects into several equal smaller groups. The starting group is called the dividend. The number of groups that are separated out is called the divisor. The number of objects in each smaller group is called the quo.....

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How to Compare Ratios?

How to Compare Ratios?

Ratios are used to compare values. In mathematics, a ratio is a relationship between two numbers indicating how many times the first number contains the second. The ratio of two like quantities a and b is the fraction a/b, which indicates how many times b is the quantity a. In other words, their .....

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