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Quick Squaring Shortcut (Really Helpful)
1. How to quickly find the square of a number ending with 5: Example 1-  25² Step 1: Always right 25 on the right.   _25 Step 2: Now multiply the number 2 with it's following number= 2x3=6 Step...
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Difference Between Radar and Sonar
RADAR and SONAR are both detection systems that can be used to identify objects and their position when they are not visible or at a distance. They are similar in that they both detect the reflection of...

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Difference Between LCD and LED Televisions
LED TV’s are still LCD TV’s. They are just considered to be the newer LCD TV version because of the new backlight system used. The LED TV uses Light Emitting Diodes, while the standard LCD...

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Pradeep Kumar Gupta | 3 days ago

It states that in any right angled triangle the square of the hypotenuse (longest side ) is equal to sum of the squares of other two sides.

Ramarao N | 2 days ago

In a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of other two sides of the same triangle. thank you.

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Vikul | 3 days ago

Yes.

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Gudapati Sai Teja | 1 day ago

No. Only square roots of negative numbers can be called imaginary as they do not exist in the real number set. Cube root of -9 is -2.08. This number belongs to the real number set. So you cannot call it imaginary.

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Pandey Abhishek | 1 day ago

Because ice being a solid matter consumes less space as force of attraction between the molecules of solid is more.

Sudipto Maity | 1 day ago

Water is unusual in that its maximum density occurs as a liquid, rather than as a solid. This means ice floats on water. Density is the mass per unit volume of a material. For all substances, density changes with temperature. The mass of material does not change, but the volume or space that it occupies either increases or decreases with temperature. The vibration of molecules increases as temperature rises and they absorb more energy. For most substances, this increases the space between molecules, making warmer liquids less dense than cooler solids. However, this effect is offset in water by hydrogen bonding. In liquid water, hydrogen bonds connect each water molecule to approximately 3.4 other water molecules. When water freezes into ice, it crystallizes into a rigid lattice that increases the space between molecules, with each molecule hydrogen bonded to 4 other molecules.

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What is the use of coordinate geometry ?

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Nirmal Kumar | 19 hrs ago

Air traffic controllers use coordinate geometry extensively. To locate and pin point the positions of air crafts, ships, submarines, satellites etc. This is not to say that only coordinate geometry is used. Coordinate geometry is just one part of the application.They use polar coordinate systems too. Coordinate geometry is also used in diagnostic machines such as CT scans, MRIs, Ultrasound machines to locate cancerous tumors in the body, measure lengths and distances of tissues and so on. Once again, it is not the only thing that is used, it is used with other coordinate systems and techniques. These are just two examples among many important uses.

Nirmal Kumar | 19 hrs ago

Air traffic controllers use coordinate geometry extensively. To locate and pin point the positions of air crafts, ships, submarines and also by satellite control facilities. This is not to say that only coordinate geometry is used. Coordinate geometry is just one part of the application.They use polar coordinate systems too. Coordinate geometry is also used in diagnostic machines such as CT scans, MRIs, Ultrasound machines to locate cancerous tumors in the body, measure lengths and distances from tissues and so on. Once again, it is not the only thing that is used, it is used with other coordinate systems and techniques. These are just two examples among many important uses.

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