## Square Root

In this article we are going to discuss all about square root. Square of a Positive Integer Before learning about square root you have to know about square of a positive integer. The numbers such as 1, 4, 9, 16, … which can be represented by using dot patterns to get a square shape are … Square Root Read More »

## Representative Values and Stem and Leaf Plot

In this article, we are going to talk about some important representative values and one of the main representative methods called Stem and Leaf Plot. Mode Let’s take the idea about the mode by using an example. Example:Marks obtained by 10 students for a mathematics test is given below. 78 93 45 67 82 54 … Representative Values and Stem and Leaf Plot Read More »

## Dispelling the Math Myths

Who would say that they’re not a math person? Maybe they don’t have a math brain. Dispelling the Math Myths will help you to look at math in a new way. So let’s bust some math myths. A while ago, I was walking down the hallway at the Middle School, where I work as a … Dispelling the Math Myths Read More »

## How to Improve Math Skills

Most of the times students struggle to understand the core of the mathematics concepts. This will lead them to understand math in higher education. The poor knowledge of the basics will discourage them in later studies. This doesn’t have to be that way. In this article, we are going to discuss how to improve your … How to Improve Math Skills Read More »

## Representing Sets by Venn Diagrams

Venn diagrams are the most common way of representing a set. This method was introduced by the English mathematician John Venn. Therefore these are called Venn Diagram. Set is a collection of items that can be clearly identified.The items in a set are called its elements. Example: Let A be the set of even numbers … Representing Sets by Venn Diagrams Read More »

## Similarity

Similarity,In what follows, we’ll see that many—if not most—of our results shall rely on the proportionality of sides in similar triangles. A convenient statement is as follows. Similarity, Given the similar triangles ΔABC ∼ ΔA’BC’,We have that, Conversely, if then triangles ΔABC ∼ ΔA’BC’ are similar. Proof Note first that ΔAA’C’ and ΔCA’C’ clearly have … Similarity Read More »