
Infinity 

Untitled Page Infinity Origin of the concept of Infinity The word infinity comes from the Latin word, infinitas or "unboundedness." It refers to various distinct concepts (usually linked to the idea of "without end" which arise in philosophy, mathem 
Kid Talk: Speaking is Good Reading 

As more early childhood articles about reading, speaking and cognitive learning develop, the more we find that most aspects of these subjects are not oneways streets. They each seem to work off each other, which is great news for parents and teache 
Tips for Choosing Tutoring Services 

Today, the tutoring services are plentiful. There is also the number of tutoring franchises that have now sprung up in the strip malls, the online tutoring, as well as the more traditional tutoring. But how to make the informed choice about which ty 
Polynomials 

Basics of Polynomials Definition A polynomial in x is an algebraic expression consisting of a single term or a finite sum of terms in the form axn, where a is any real number and n is a nonnegative integer. Examples 4x5 1/4 x34.32+1 5x2 6x2 
Algebra 

Untitled Page Introduction to Algebra What is algebra? Algebra is a branch of mathematics that deals with generalized arithmetical operations. It is a collection of rules for translating words into the symbolic notation of mathematics, in a manner t 
Divisibility Rule 

Untitled Page Divisibility Rule Introduction Division is an important arithmetic operation where one quantity (dividend) is divided by another quantity (divisor) to find the resultant (quotient). However, Divisibility Rule is a shortcut method by wh 
Zero 

Untitled Page Zero Introduction Zero is a number which, when added to any number, leaves the latter unchanged. The symbol for the number zero is "0". The word zero comes originally from the Hindi sunya which means empty, and travelled through Ar 
Vedic Mathematics 

Untitled Document The Beauty of Vedic Mathematics Why Vedas? How many times have we come across a situation in our daily lives where we are not able to make a calculation quickly, on our own? A lot of times, I guess. What we do require in these situ 
Plane Geometry Pi 

Extraordinary Pi History: The ancient Babylonians generally calculated the area of a circle by taking 3 times the square of its radius (?=3), but one Old Babylonian tablet (from ca. 19001680 BCE) indicates a value of 3.125 for pi. Ancient Egyptians 
Addition of Complex Numbers 

Untitled Document Addition of Complex Numbers Definition of Addition of Complex Numbers To add Complex Numbers, add the similar terms (real and imaginary) algebraically. More about Addition of Complex Numbers If parentheses are enclosed, first remov 
Addend 

Untitled Document Addend Definition of Addend Addend is a number that is involved in addition. Example of Addend In the number sentence 2 + 3 = 5, 2 and 3 are added to give 5. So, 2 is one addend and 3 is the other one. Solved Example on Addend Iden 


