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Rational Numbers
3. Product of two numbers
Introduction
Some useful shortcut methods
SOME BASIC FORMULAE
SOME USEFUL SHORT–CUT METHODS
Explanation
Solution
Some Useful Short-Cut Methods
Units of Measurement
Conversion of Units
= 9seconds
=20knots/hr
SOME USEFUL SHORT-CUT METHODS
Note:
Lines And Angles
Definition and Basic Properties
Nomenclature Associated
Altitude or Height
Types of Triangles
Pythagoras Theorem
Simple Trigonometric Ratios
Parallelogram
Basic Properties
Rhombus
Rectangle
Square
Trapezium
Circles
Basic Constructs
Circumference
Secant
Chord
Tangent
Area
Arc
Sector
Arcs and Sectors
Circular Pathway
Properties of Circles
A. ARCS, Chords And Central Angles
B. Angle in a circle
C. Chords in a circle
D. Tangents to a circle
E. Pair of Circles
Geometrical relationships
Solids
Polyhedrons
Cuboid
Cuboid metrics
Hollow cuboid
Cube
Cube Metrics
Hollow cube
Pyramid
Pyramid metrics (Right regular pyramid with base polygon of N sides)
Prism
Solids with curved surfaces
Cylinder
Cylinder metrics
Cone
Cone Metrics
Frustrum
Sphere
Sphere Metrics
Geometrical Relationships
Hemisphere
Sets Statements
5. Some Result to Remember
18. Types of Permutations based upon Geometrical Applications:
Experiment
Sample Space
Sample point / event point
Discrete Sample Space
Event
Problem of Events
Types of Events A. Simple Event/Elementary Event
Example:
B. Mixed Event or Compound Event or Composite Event
C. Equally likely events
D. Exhaustive Events
Important
E. Mutually Exclusive Events
F. Independent Events or Mutually Independent events
G. Dependent Events
H. Complementary Events
Occurrence of an Event
1. Sequence
2. Arithmetic Progression (A.P.)
4. Selection of Terms in an A.P
5. Some Useful Results
6. Sum to n Terms of an A.P
7. Insertion of Arithmetic Means
Insertion of n Arithmetic Means between a and b
8. Geometric Progression
9. Selection of Terms in G.P
No. of terms Terms Common ratio
10. Properties of Geometric Progressions
11. Sum of Terms of a G.P
2. Weighted Arithmetic Mean
3. Combined Mean
4. Geometric Mean
5. Harmonic Mean
6. Relation among A.M, G.M. And H.M
(b) if n is even, then
11. Skewness
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