"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/

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# Range (Solutions of Exercise)

Hello readers,Hope you have solved questions very nicely.But some of you asked me about solutions of exercisehttps://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/10/range-of-function-exercise/So, find here the solutions;Thank you...Stay HomeStay safe...

# Range of function (Exercise)

Hello readersToday, I have an exercise for you based on my previous post regarding how to determine Range of function,https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/09/range-of-real-valued-function/Hello So, please go through on above notes first and then take half an hour honestly to solve the following exercise; If you need answer of any question then please write me in the comment section. … Continue reading Range of function (Exercise)

# Range of Real Valued function

Hello readersHope you are doing wellToday you are going to learn how to find Range of function. This topic is not just finding range but it also make you able to find out onto behaviour of function. You are ready to learn!Of course yes, please go through the following notes; 12341 Put your queries in … Continue reading Range of Real Valued function

# Domain of function (Exercise…Talk on the solutions)

Hello readers,Hope you tried all the questions given in my previous post..https://namitatiwari.org/2020/04/07/domain-of-function-continued/ So let's discuss the solution of question no 1 and 4. Please refer the following; Thank youStay safe Stay Happy

# Domain of Function (Continued….)

Hello readers How are you..? Let's continue my talk on determining the domain of function. I believe that you have gone through my previous post and done enough practice on the mentioned topic https://namitatiwaridotorg.wordpress.com/2020/04/07/domain-of-a-function/?preview=true So, today I am here with some questions for you. Are you ready? Go through the following; Thank you Stay at … Continue reading Domain of Function (Continued….)

# Function (Mapping)

Hello My dear friends, Hope you are well, This time, I have a very interesting topic for you, Function? It is just like a machine that takes inputs, do some computations and produces corresponding outputs. To better understand this topic, make a look on the following....you will definitely play with functions. My next post is … Continue reading Function (Mapping)

# Sets(very easy approach)

Hello Readers It is quite interesting to write about sets. I found that beginners face a lot of doubts to find out whether given collection of elements forms a set or not? To delete their doubts from memory, I have explained this concept with lots of examples. SET: Set is a collection of well-defined … Continue reading Sets(very easy approach)

# Max Flow – Min Cut Theory

Hello Readers Hope you are doing well. Today i am here with detailed discussion on Max Flow - Min Cut problems and solutions. For application part you can refer my previous post Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory. Consider the following situation why Max flow is required. From the above image it is clear … Continue reading Max Flow – Min Cut Theory

# Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory

Hello Readers Happy New Year 2018 Hope you are doing well. Today I am going to post a very very important topic of Graph theory that is Network Flows. Let us think two questions "What and Why" about Network Flows. Readers, just imagine you are a courier service provider and you have to deliver some … Continue reading Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory