UTPAL SHARMA
Sunday, April 21, 2024

The Diameter is the line segment that passes through the center and touches the circle's boundary from both ends. While the radius is half of the circle's diameter and the circumference is the length of the circle's boundary or circumference is the product of pi and diameter.

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UTPAL SHARMA
Friday, April 19, 2024

L et the first even integer be x The second will be (x+2) Third even integer = (x+4) Their sum is = 180 So, x+ (x+2)+(x+4)=180 3x+6=180 3x=180-6 3x=174 x=174/3 x=58 x=58, (x+2)=60, (x+4)=62 58, 60, and 62 are three consecutive even integers whose sum is 180.

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UTPAL SHARMA
Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Cubic feet are a three-dimensional unit used with volume. We can write cubic feet as (cu. ft.) or (ft³). While square feet is a two-dimensional unit used with area. We can write square feet as (sq. ft.) or (ft ²).

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UTPAL SHARMA
Monday, April 15, 2024

Let the first odd integer be x The second will be (x+2) Third odd integer = (x+4) Given sum is = 141 So, x+ (x+2)+(x+4)=141 3x+6=141 3x=141-6 3x=135 x=135/3 x=45 x=45, (x+2)=47, (x+4)=49 45, 47, and 49 are the three consecutive odd integers whose sum is 141.

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UTPAL SHARMA
Sunday, April 14, 2024

When the outcomes of the events are the same they are called Equally Likely Outcomes. For example, the outcome of getting odd(1,3,5) numbers or even(2,4,6) numbers after throwing a die is 3. Here both outcomes are the same so, they are equally likely outcomes.

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UTPAL SHARMA
Friday, April 12, 2024

L et the first odd number be x The second will be (x+2) Their sum is = 144 So, x+ (x+2)=144 2x+2=144 2x=144-2 2x=142 x=142/2 x=71 x=71, (x+2)=73 71 and 73 are two consecutive odd numbers whose sum is 144.

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UTPAL SHARMA
Wednesday, April 10, 2024

To find the probability of an event we divide the No. of favorable outcomes of an event by Total no. of outcomes. Or Probability P(E) = No. of favorable outcomes of an event ÷ Total no. of Outcomes Let's take an example for better understanding: Q- Suppose we throw a die once. What is the probability of getting a number greater than 4? Solve: No. greater than 4 (…

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