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Amburkar replied | 22 hrs ago

Yes.

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CA. CS. Mitali replied | 14 hrs ago

Usually if tutors come to home and teach, they're gonna charge more than they charge at their place. But it can be discussed among the parties.

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Reshma 25 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Asha replied | 1 day ago

Biotech, microbiology, BBM agriculture, Food science.

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Suprio replied | 1 day ago

Engg medicine or teaching.

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Bhagwat 28 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Mathematics(Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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Sumit replied | 2 days ago

It is an array of rows and columns of numbers or variables representing the position of each number or variable.

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Ranjeet replied | 1 day ago

2D rectangular arrays of elements.

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Bimal 25 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Shikha replied | 1 day ago

You can do engineering, merchant navy, apply for NDA,or can even do BCA and MCA if you have love for computers.

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Bhumika replied | 16 hrs ago

if there are m rows and n columns then the arrangement of m*n into square or rectangular form can be defined as matrix. it is used solve the linear equations into simplest form

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Sandeep 25 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Shikha replied | 1 day ago

Best option now a days is merchant navy or you can also go for NDA.

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Asha replied | 1 day ago

BBM, BCA, micro biology, biotechnology, agriculture, etc.

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Suman 20 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Kumaresh replied | 4 days ago

Sin(4x) + cos(4x) = Sin(2*2x) + cos(2*2x) = 2sin(2x)cos(2x) + ((2cos(2x))^2)-1 = 2(2sin(x)cos(x))((2cosx)^2-1) +
(((2*2*(cosx^2)-1)^2)-1)

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Vijay replied | 4 days ago

-1.

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Suman 20 Jan in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Shashi replied | 4 days ago

Substitution method
Integration by part

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Cherry replied | 4 days ago

Lap, log, double integral, expo.

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Nageswararao.v replied | 07 Feb

Go to bed early and wake up at 11 pm practice mathematics first half an hour and any subject.

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Nageswararao.v replied | 07 Feb

Go to bed early and wake up night 11 and practice maths fist half an hour and read any other subjects try like this at least 3 days.

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Avishek replied | 04 Feb

Actually speed is the distance per unit time where as velocity is the displacement per unit time. As the distance implies only magnitude hence it is a scalar quantity and so speed is a scalar quantity where as displacement is a vector quantity as if it has both magnitude and direction and hence velocity is a vector quantity. Again one thing to be remembered that distance and displacement...  more»
Actually speed is the distance per unit time where as velocity is the displacement per unit time. As the distance implies only magnitude hence it is a scalar quantity and so speed is a scalar quantity where as displacement is a vector quantity as if it has both magnitude and direction and hence velocity is a vector quantity. Again one thing to be remembered that distance and displacement are not exactly same there is a slight difference between them and which makes them a completely different physical quantities. Displacement is the distance between the initial and final position of a traversed body it may be even zero but distance will never be zero.
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Suwathi replied | 06 Feb

Speed is distance per unit time velocity is displacement per unit time.
Distance is the total path travelled by the object and displacement is the shortest distance between the initial and final position. Distance varies for different paths taken between the same 2 points but displacement always remains the same. Also distance, speed, temperature, etc are scalar quantities they...  more»
Speed is distance per unit time velocity is displacement per unit time.
Distance is the total path travelled by the object and displacement is the shortest distance between the initial and final position. Distance varies for different paths taken between the same 2 points but displacement always remains the same. Also distance, speed, temperature, etc are scalar quantities they have only magnitude but velocity, force, displacement, etc are vector quantities they have both magnitude and direction. «less

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Bitu 04 Jan in  Basic Mechanical Engineering(BTech Tuition), Class IX-X Tuition, Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), More... Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes Physics(Advanced Placement Tests Coaching classes)

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Aditya Adarsh replied | 31 Jan

When the ice melts to liquid water, the structure collapses and the density of the liquid increases.
At temperatures well above freezing, the molecules move faster and get further apart. The density decreases as temperature increases.

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Subhadeep replied | 01 Feb

Ice has a crystal lattice structure with the molecules arranged 90 or 180 degrees to one another. So there is minimal hydrogen bonding. These are key words you have to mention in your answer. Liquid water permits more hydrogen bonding and the cohesive action of these forces cause greater density

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Karthik 29/12/2016 in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Manoj Kumar replied | 27 Jan

If f(-x)= f(x) then it is a even and f(-x)= -f(x) then It is an odd function.

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Rohit Khatri replied | 27 Jan

In odd function f(-x)=-f(x) and in even function f(-x)=f(x).

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Sharmila replied | 27 Jan

When you kick a soccer ball (or shoot an arrow, fire a missile or throw a stone) it arcs up into the air and comes down again.
... following the path of a parabola!
A parabola is a curve where any point is at an equal distance from:
a fixed point (the focus), and
a fixed straight line (the directrix).
Here are the important names used in parabola:
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When you kick a soccer ball (or shoot an arrow, fire a missile or throw a stone) it arcs up into the air and comes down again.
... following the path of a parabola!
A parabola is a curve where any point is at an equal distance from:
a fixed point (the focus), and
a fixed straight line (the directrix).
Here are the important names used in parabola:
the directrix and focus (explained above)
the axis of symmetry (goes through the focus, at right angles to the directrix)
the vertex (where the parabola makes its sharpest turn) is halfway between the focus and directrix. «less

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Athira S Nair replied | 28 Jan

A parabola is a two dimensional mirror symmetrical curve which is approximately you shaped.

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Deepti 12/12/2016 in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Accountancy (Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC))

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Veer replied | 17 Jan

A set of numbers which represent row and column.

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Gagan replied | 20 Jan

Rectangular array of numbers arranged in rows ad columns. For example, the dimensions of the matrix below are 1 × 3 because there are one row and three columns.
[ 1 9 13 ].

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Rohit Khatri replied | 27 Jan

Rs. 1500 to 2500 per month and 1 hr class at least 4-5 days in month.

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Mitesh replied | 06 Feb

Rs. 3500 per month is appreciate fees.

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Suman 02/12/2016 in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Sumeru Coaching Centre replied | 26/12/2016

Integration by STD formulas-
By 'U' substitution
By parts
By partial fractions
By trigonometric substitution
By weier strauss or tangent half angle substitution.

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Vidya replied | 30/12/2016

There are three method of integration.
(1)Integration by substitution
(2) Integration by Parts
(3) Integration by Partial Fractions

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Ranganath replied | 30/12/2016

It depends on how good one is at subject. A tutor helps to speed up the learning process, makes things understand in a better way. Wish you best of luck.

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Aditi replied | 04 Jan

Yes of course. Self study is always good, but you need proper focus and direction. Use some other reference book and seek help from your teacher whenever there is any doubt. And last not the least devote some fixed time and try to complete your work within some specific time limit which will help you to evaluate yourself.

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Pritesh replied | 26/11/2016

Form forms of Standard Parabola are follows:
y^2=4ax ;
y^2=-4ax ;
x^2=4ay ;
x^2=-4ay

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Rama Krishna replied | 09/12/2016

Square of ( x-h) = { 4p * ( y-k) }.

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Arvind Kumar replied | 03/12/2016

(-cos2x)/2+(log(cos4x)/4

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Sri Veera Bhadraswamy replied | 10/12/2016

(-cos2x)/2-(log(cos4x)/4.

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Mohit replied | 13/12/2016

When a point moves in a plane according to some given conditions the path along which it moves is called a locus.

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Sunil replied | 13/12/2016

There is nothing called as a locus of a point because locus itself is set of points which satisfy certain condition. It can be visualized as curve. For example, locus of all points that has a fixed distance from fixed point(centre) is called a circle. Finding Locus based problems are important in JEE exams they should be solved thoroughly. Also there are sufficient video lectures...  more»
There is nothing called as a locus of a point because locus itself is set of points which satisfy certain condition. It can be visualized as curve. For example, locus of all points that has a fixed distance from fixed point(centre) is called a circle. Finding Locus based problems are important in JEE exams they should be solved thoroughly. Also there are sufficient video lectures on YouTube so go ahead and improve your understanding. If any doubt ask here. «less

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Lohith replied | 07/12/2016

Use this standard form of equation x2 (x square )/a2 (a square) - y2 (y square)/b2 (b square) = 1.

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Prabha replied | 11/12/2016

If you take standard hyperbola as:
X^2/a^2- y^2/b^2 =1 the consider x^2/a^2 - y^2/b^2 = 0
Which gives (x/a - y/b) (x/a+y/b) = 0
Solve it to get separate equations.

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Vijay replied | 23/11/2016

x2 – y2 = a2.

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Sarvajeet replied | 03/12/2016

Square of x - Square of y = Square of a.

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Prakash 14/11/2016 in  Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC), Mathematics(Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)), Hyperbola

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Prateek replied | 19/11/2016

It is a line such that the distance between the curve and the line approaches zero as they tend to infinity

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Anurag replied | 20/11/2016

Those equation whose point of intersection meet at infinite.

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Medha replied | 21/11/2016

The Standard equation of Ellipse

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Sarvajeet replied | 03/12/2016

The special form of an ellipse: square of (x/a)+square of (y/b)=1, a>b;
The major axis is (2a) on x-axis and minor axis (2b) y-axis and the eccentricity e<1.

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Ajay replied | 23/11/2016

The direction of ellipse is based on its transverse axis. If its along x axis, its horizontal ellipse and if the axis is along y axis, its vertical ellipse.

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Sarvajeet replied | 03/12/2016

In horizontal ellipse: square of (x/a)+square of (y/b)=1, a>b;
and in vertical ellipse: square of (x/a)+square of (y/b)=1, a

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Rajesh replied | 09/12/2016

A circle consisting of all points where two perpendicular tangent lines to the ellipse cross each other.

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Ankit replied | 09/12/2016

In geometry, the director circle of an ellipse or hyperbola (also called the orthoptic circle or Fermat–Apollonius circle) is a circle consisting of all points where two perpendicular tangent lines to the ellipse cross each other.

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