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Insertion of Arithmetic Mean (AM) between Two Numbers

Insertion of Arithmetic Mean (AM) between Two Numbers Arithmetic progression (AP): A sequence is said to be an arithmetic progression, if the difference of a term and previous term is always same. i, e.., an₊₁ – an = constant (d) The constant difference, generally denoted by ‘d’ is called the common difference. Example: (i) 1, Read more about Insertion of Arithmetic Mean (AM) between Two Numbers[…]

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Applications of First Order Differential Equation

Applications of First Order Differential Equation Growth and Decay: Let N(t) denote the amount of substance (or population) that is either growing or decaying. If we assume that , the time rate of change of this amount of substance, is proportional to the amount of substance present, then or . Where, k is the constant Read more about Applications of First Order Differential Equation[…]