# Tag Archives: Algebra

## Miscellanous Series

Now, in this last section, we will look at all the miscellaneous series problems based on Arithmetico-geometric series, Iterative series, User-defined series and others. Type I: Arithmetico-Geometric Series (AGP) E.g. 1: Find the sum to infinite terms: (y + 4y2 … Continue reading

## Geometric Progression

After learning the theory of arithmetic progression, we will see the basic fundas and applications of Geometric Progression. In AP, we used to get next term by adding a common difference to the previous term. But, in case of GP, … Continue reading

## Arithmetic Progression

While solving problems, we generally come across terms which are in arithmetic progression, but we are not able to identify it. We can find the sum of terms, number of terms of the series if familiar with the concepts of … Continue reading

## Inequalities Static visuals

Click on the image to enlarge Your task , Explain the image and the lessons which can be learned from the same in as much detail as possible using whatever words you are comfortable with Best explanation : Gets featured … Continue reading

## Brijesh’s Burden or modulus-modulus-modulus

**Click on the image for bigger better images you Explain , Interpret , Find the logic and the way to a super shortcut for problems like |ax-b|-|cx+d|-|ex-f| The best explanation gets Rs 250 and a video shoot .

## For Qasim: Water images (will require extension)

Water images in Algebra understanding water image , water reflections or flipping the graphs about the x-axis for scenarios like G(x)= -f(x) and F(x) could be some function if we plot G(x) on the graph ,we would get an inverted … Continue reading

## Modulus Graphs (Part I)

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Standard equation of a Quadratic Polynomial is ax2 + bx + c, and since the greatest degree of the polynomial is 2, it can have maximum of two roots. We will discuss all the possibilities of quadratic equation having two … Continue reading

## Lines & Slopes:

Standard equation of a Linear Polynomial is y = mx + c, where m is the slope and ‘c’ is the constant or it is also known as ‘y-intercept’. If the slope of the line i.e. ‘m’ is positive, then … Continue reading

## higher prejudice

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