## Sum of n Consecutive numbers Like Natural, Even, Odd, Squares, Cubes

Contents1 Formulas with examples for Sum of n Consecutive numbers1.1 Sum of natural, odd & even numbers1.2 Sum of square of natural, odd & even numbers1.3 Sum of cube natural, odd & even numbers1.4 Examples on sum of numbers Formulas with examples for Sum of n Consecutive numbers In this page provide formulas with examples […]

## Two dimensional shapes formulas of area and perimeter calculation

Formulas for two dimensional | Triangle, Quadrilateral, Circle What is two dimensional shape A shape with only having two dimensions of width and height and not having another dimension like thickness then it is called two dimensional shape. For example  Circles, Triangles, rectangle, Squares, … etc are called two dimensional objects. Two dimensional shape also […]

## Circle formulas in math | Area, Circumference, Sector, Chord, Arc of Circle

Contents1 Properties of  circle in math |  Arc, Perimeter, Segment of circle1.1 Terminology related to circles in math:1.2 Properties of circle :1.3 Circle Formulas in Math :1.3.1 Area and circumference of a circle:1.3.2 Arc and sector of a circle:1.3.3 Segment of circle and perimeter of segment:1.3.4 Area of the circular ring:1.3.5 Formula for intersecting chords […]

Contents1 Quadrilateral Properties | Trapezium, parallelogram, Rhombus1.1 Terminology related to Quadrilaterals :1.1.1 Sides and adjacent sides :1.1.2 Vertices of the quadrilateral :1.1.3 Angles and adjacent sides :1.1.4 Diagonals of the quadrilateral:1.1.5 Perimeter of the quadrilateral:1.2 Types of quadrilaterals with formulas :1.2.1 Properties and formulas of Trapezium (Trapezoid) :1.2.2 Parallelogram Properties and formulas:1.2.3 Properties and formulas […]

## Classifications of Triangles with properties | Triangle Area Formulas

Contents1 Types of Triangles With examples | Properties of  Triangle 1.1 Terminology and Formulas of the Triangles:1.1.1 Triangle Sides :1.1.2 Vertex :1.1.3 Angle :1.1.4 Perimeter of a Triangle :1.1.5 Triangular Area or Region :1.1.6 Median of the triangle :1.1.7 Triangle centroid: 1.2 Classification of the triangles: 1.2.1 Classification according to sides: 1.2.1.1 Equilateral triangles :1.2.1.2 […]

## Cube Root formula of Perfect Cubes of 1 to 100 | Cube root formula in math

How to find cube root of a number quickly | Cube Root Calculator The cube root of a number means it is a value of that, when used in a multiplication by itself in three times, gives that number. In this page explained about one simple and easy tip for finding Cube Roots of Perfect […]

## Percentage formulas while increase and decrease percent of a number

Contents1 Percentage formulas | percentage calculations with examples 1.1 Type 1 : General Percent formulas.1.2 Type 2 : Net change of a number while percentage increase or decrease.1.3 Type 3 : Net percent change in area of circle or square Percentage formulas | percentage calculations with examples Percentage calculation is one of the important part […]

## Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple | HCF and LCM

Contents1 Factorization and Division Methods for finding  HCF and LCM1.1 HCF (Highest Common factor) or GCD(Greatest Common Divisor):1.1.1 Division method1.1.2 Factor method (Prime factors methods)1.2 LCM (Lowest Common Multiple)1.2.1 1. Division method1.2.2 2. Factor method (Prime factors method)1.3 Number System : Factorization and Division Methods for finding  HCF and LCM Terminology in  concepts of HCF […]

## Divisibility Rules of numbers from 1 to 20 | Basic math education

Contents1 Divisibility Rules for easy calculations of mathematics1.0.1 Divisibility rules for 2, 4, 8, 16 :1.0.2 Divisibility rules for 3, 9 :1.0.3 Divisibility rules for 5 :1.0.4 Divisibility rules for 6 :1.0.5 Divisibility rules for 7 :1.0.6 Divisibility rules for 11 :1.0.7 Divisibility rule for 13 :1.0.8 Divisibility rule for 17 :1.0.9 Divisibility rule for […]

## Number System in Mathematics

Contents1 The Concepts of number system the mathematics1.0.1 1. Complex numbers : 1.0.2 2. Imaginary Number : 1.0.3 3. Real numbers :1.0.4 3. Rational numbers :1.0.5 3. Irrational numbers :1.0.6 4. Integers ( numbers having no decimals )1.0.7 5. Whole numbers :1.0.8 6. Natural Numbers: The Concepts of number system the mathematics The number system […]

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