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Honesty and Dedication helps in education and success in life.
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Honesty and Dedication helps in education and success in life.
As per my 22 years of experience of teaching mathematics i would like to say to all student that we should be Honesty and Dedicated in study then we will be successful in life. If we earn money or marks by wrong way then we will not feel happiness. Get less mark but with honesty that will make you feel happiness.
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Lesson Posted on 07 Feb CBSE/Class 12/Science/Mathematics
If A=(1+ 1/38)^38 And B=(1 + 1/37)^37 Then 1) A=B, 2) A>B, 3) A>4, 4) A
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Answer:
Method 1:
A = [(k + 1)/k ]^k
B = [(k/(k  1)]^(k  1)
Apply PMI now to get : A > B
Method 2:
Solution:
(1+ 1/n)^n = e ~ 2.78xx.. as n tends to infinity.
Now its an increasing function because just check for
A = (1 +1/2)^2 and B= (1 +1)^1 ==> A= 9/4= 2.25 and B=2. So clearly A>B here.
So, as the function is increasing so, it will also satisfy for our given A and B. i.e., A>B here.
f(x)= (1 + 1/x)^x is alwz an increasing function. and as it is increasing function so, if x> y then f(x) > f(y) alwz.
It also satisfies from here.
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What Is The Value Of f(1) + f(2) + f(3) + f(4) + f(5) + f(6)?
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Question:
A function f(x) is defined as f(x) = f(x – 2) + x(x – 2) for all the integer values of ‘x’. Given that f(1) + f(6) = 0. What is the value of f(1) + f(2) + f(3) + f(4) + f(5) + f(6)?
Answer:
Method:
f(x) = f(x – 2) + x(x – 2)
f(1) + f(6) = 0 => f(6) = f(1)
f(2) = f(0)
f(3) = f(1) + 3
f(4) = f(2) + 8
f(5) = f(1) + 18
f(6) = f(4) + 24 = f(2) + 32
f(2) = f1  32
f(4) = f1 24
f(1) + ... f(6) = f1 32 f1  24 + f1 + 3 + f1 + 18
= 56 + 21 = 35.
read lessLesson Posted on 07 Feb CBSE/Class 12/Science/Mathematics
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Answer:
Rs. paise
x y

7 20
(x17) (100+y20)
x8 y+80
x8 = 3y
y+80 = 3x
x = 29
y = 7
x+y = 36
I have actually made two columns one for Rupees one for Paise! Here messed up that format! Anyway, I divided it into Rupees and Paise separately instead of converting the entire thing into paise! That way we are getting two variable but only one eqation.
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Lesson Posted on 07 Feb CBSE/Class 12/Science/Mathematics
How Many Pairs Of Integers (x, y) Exist Such That x^2+ 4*y^2< = 100
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Question:
How many pairs of integers (x, y) exist such that x^2+ 4*y^2<= 100?
Solution:
Method 1:
Case and Fundamental counting:
y = 0, 1, 2 =>19 ways
y = 3 =>17ways
y = 4 =>13 ways
y = 5 => 1 way
Total = 19*3+17+13+1=88
Similarly for y negtve total ways =19*2+17+13+1=69
Again for y=10 x=0 and y=10 x=0
So total ways = 88+69+2=159
Method 2:
Ellipse: Geometrical approach:
x^2/10^2 + y^2/5^2 = 1 => Ellipse
Case 1: 4 Boundary points cutting x and y axis.
Case 2: x =+/ 9 => y = +/2 and 0 => 19*5 = 95 points
Case 3: y = +/ 3 => x^2 <= 64 => 2 * 17 = 34 points
Case 4: y = +/ 4 => x^2 <= 36 => 2 * 13 = 26 points
Total: 4 + 95 + 60 = 159 points
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