 Nuclear Fission

Nuclear Fission Nuclear Energy is the energy in the core of an atom. Where an atom is a tiny particle that constitutes every matter in the universe. Nuclear Energy is discharged by nuclear reactions either by fission or fusion. In nuclear fusion, atoms combine together to form a larger atom. In nuclear fission, the division Read more about Nuclear Fission[…] Partial Fractions – Proper Fraction

Partial Fractions – Proper Fraction 1. An expression of the form, f(x) = aₒ + a₁ x + a₂ x + … an xⁿ where n is a non-negative integer and aₒ, a₁, a₂, … an are real numbers such that an ≠ 0, is called a polynomial in x of degree n. 2. Division Algorithm: Read more about Partial Fractions – Proper Fraction[…] Sign of the Quadratic Expression Sign of the Expression ax² + bx + c: 1. Sign of the expression ax² + bx + c is same as that of ‘a’ for all value of x if b² – 4ac ≤ 0 i, e. if the roots of ax² + bx+ c = 0 are imaginary Read more about Sign of the Quadratic Expression[…] Domain & Range of a Real Function

Domain & Range of a Real Function Domain: Generally real functions in calculus are described by some formula and their domains are not explicitly stated. In such cases to find the domain of a function f (say) we use the fact that the domain is the set of all real numbers x for which f Read more about Domain & Range of a Real Function[…] Intervals & Real Functions

Intervals & Real Functions Closed Interval: Let a and b be two given real numbers such that a < b Then the set of all real numbers x such that a ≤ x ≤ b is called a closed interval and is denoted by [a, b]. i.e., [a, b] = {x ϵ R| a ≤ x Read more about Intervals & Real Functions[…] Momentum

Momentum According to Newton’s Law of Motion, all moving bodies continue to be in the state of rest or motion unless interfered by some external force. The mass principle can be applied to momentum i.e. if the mass and velocity of an object remains same then the momentum of the object remains constant. What is Read more about Momentum[…] Rigid body

Rigid body A rigid body is an extended area of material that includes all the points inside it, and which moves so that the distances and angles between all its points remain constant. Rigid body is an idealization of a solid body where the deformations occurring on the body are neglected. In other words, the distance between Read more about Rigid body[…] Properties of Periodic Functions

Properties of Periodic Functions Periodic Functions: A function f (x) is said to be a periodic function if there exists a positive real number T such that f (x + T) = f (x) for all x ϵ R. for all values of x in the domain. If there exists a least positive real number Read more about Properties of Periodic Functions[…]