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### Trigonometry(Part-1)

In this section, we’ll study the basics of trigonometry and its identities.   TRIGONOMETRY:  Trigonometry is basically the study of length and angle of a triangle. There are 6 trigonometric identities we come across while learning about its concepts. It includes: 1. Sine 2. Cosine 3. Tangent 4. Cosecant 5. Secant 6. Cotangent All of these

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### Simplification (Part-3)

Surds:- What actually are surds? its actually irrational numbers in the form of the root (√). Yes, that’s true. You are quite known to any numbers in the form “n√a”, where a is a natural number, and n is any positive integer. Let’s look into some examples to have a clear picture of what actually I’m

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### Simplification (Part -2)

VBODMAS RULE We’ve been cramming BODMAS since school, but its actually VBODMAS. A yes!! That’s why the rule here is VBODMAS RULE. V, here is Vinculum which is actually called bar. We can easily learn anything if it’s in most simpler form. Let me make it simpler for you by making it in tabular form. Sr.No. ALPHABET FULL NAME SYMBOL

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### Speed, Time and Distance (Part-4)

Time and distance Part 4 Boats and Streams tips and tricks In this section, we will discuss about how to solve problems on Boats and Streams questions (along with tips and tricks) which are part of Speed, Time and Distance. Boats and Streams Let’s get back to our topic boats and streams and discuss different types of questions.

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### Speed, Distance and Time (Part-3)

Time and Distance Part 3 Problem on Races In this section, we will discuss about problems on RACES which is a prat of time and distance, tips and tricks along with concept and terminologies related to it, and different cases on it. Races First, we would learn the language (terminology) of races; Sr. no. Term

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### Speed, Distance and Time (Part-2)

Time and Distance Tips and Tricks Part 2 (Relative Speed) In the last section, we had learned some basics concepts related to time, speed & distance. We learned some formulas, fundamentals of average speed, and many more. In this section, we will discuss about Relative Speed.  Relative Speed Let’s take an example If a train passes