Relation and Function (Practice Questions)

"Strive for progress, not perfection"With this thought, start solving the following questions on Relation and function as you have already enough interaction with function, domain and range etc, if not then first go through the following;https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/04/function-mapping/https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/05/types-of-functions-and-their-computations/https://namitatiwaridotorg.wordpress.com/2020/04/07/domain-of-a-function/?preview=truehttps://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/07/domain-of-function-continued/https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/09/range-of-real-valued-function/https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/10/range-of-function-exercise/

Coplanar Points (Solution of Question 4)

Hello readers“I always say that practice gets you to the top, most of the time.” – David BeckhamWith this thought of the day, let's continue our learning about plane.Many of you asked about the solution of question 4 in the previous assignmenthttps://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/23/equation-of-planeassignment/So, today's notes are based on the coplanarity of points. Simply Points are Coplanar … Continue reading Coplanar Points (Solution of Question 4)

Direction Cosines and Direction ratios ( Practice Questions)

Hello readers It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.With this thought, let's continue our discussion on direction Cosines and ratios. I hope you have already gone through the mentioned topic in detail, if not then first refer the following; https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/13/direction-cosines-and-direction-ratios/ As much you do practicals, your understanding … Continue reading Direction Cosines and Direction ratios ( Practice Questions)

Direction Cosines and Direction ratios

Hello readersHave a nice day!Let's start today a very interesting topic i.e. 3-dimensional geometry.By this post you would be able to answer the following questions?1. How to locate a point in space geometrically?2. What is position vector?3. What are direction Cosines and direction ratios?4. How to find angle between two lines?Are you ready?So, go through … Continue reading Direction Cosines and Direction ratios