Explicit Differentiation and its Examples with Solution

Explicit Differentiation Explicit function: If is easily expressed in term of the independent variables ,Then is called an Explicit function of . Symbolically it is

Erfi Imaginary Error Function

Erfi imaginary error function Introduction Let be a complex variable of .The function Imaginary Error Function(noted erfi) is defined by the following second-order differential equation

What does y mean in Math?

In math, is generally used as an unknown variable. we use as a variable just like . is also used as a variable in algebra

Terminating Decimal Definition and Examples

Terminating Decimal Definition: A decimal that has only countable numbers in its decimal part is called a terminating decimal. we can also say that A

Is -1 a Rational Number

Is -1 a Rational Number? To check –1 is a Rational Number or not. Firstly we discuss rational numbers  We know that a rational number

Translation of Axes [Definition and Meaning]

Translation of Axes: Let coordinate system be given and be any point in the plane. Through draw two mutually perpendicular lines such that is parallel

Homogeneous Function Definition, Examples

What is Homogeneous Function Definition: A function defined by of any number of variables are said to be homogeneous of degree in these variables if

Derivative of Trigonometric functions

Derivative of Trigonometric functions Here will will discuss Derivative of sinx, cosx, tanx, cosecx, secx and cotx functions. Derivative of sinx function dividing on both

What is x? Explanation

The letter is used in algebra (Math) to mean a value that is not yet known. Sometimes we call it variable or unknown. In x+2=9,

Scalar Triple Product of Vectors

There are two types of triple product of vectors (a) Scalar Triple Product :   or (b) Vector Triple Product : In this section, we

Derivative of Hyperbolic Functions with Examples

Here we will discuss the derivative of hyperbolic functions: Derivative of sin hyperbolic functions: differentiating w.r.t x Now by using the sum and difference rule.