
7 Tips to Make the Most of Your College Visits 

If you are even thinking about going to college in the next few years, visiting your potential colleges is one of the most important steps that you can take. Just like you wouldn't buy a car without going for a test drive, you would be amazed at wha 
Bisector of a Line 

Bisector of a Line Definition of Bisector of a Line A line that cuts another line segment into two equal parts is called the Bisector of that line segment. More about Bisector of a Line The right bisector of a line segment is a line that intersects 
Bar Graph 

Untitled Document Bar Graph Definition of Bar Graph A bar graph is a graph that compares different amounts or values using vertical bars. Example of Bar Graph The bar graph below shows the?number of people who visited a park in different years. The 
Area 

Area Definition of Area Area is defined as the number of square units that covers a closed figure. Example of Area In the example shown, the area of the yellow square is 16 square units. That means, 16 square units are needed to cover the surface en 
Adding Two or More Vectors 

Addition of Vectors Definition of Addition of Vectors Adding two or more vectors to form a single resultant vector is known as Addition of Vectors. More about Addition of Vectors If two vectors have the same direction, then the sum of these two vect 
Additive Identity 

Untitled Document Additive Identity Definition of Additive Identity Additive identity states that the sum of the number and zero yields the same number. More about Additive Identity The number zero is called to be the additive identity. a + 0 = a an 
Addition 

Untitled Document Addition Definition of Addition Addition is an operation that finds the total number when two or more numbers are put together. In other words, addition is the process to find the sum of two or more numbers. Examples of Addition 3 
Addition Property of Equality and Inequality 

Untitled Document Addition Property of Equality and Inequality Definition of Addition Property of Equality and Inequality Addition Property of Equality : If the same number is added to both sides of an equation, the two sides remain equal. That is, 
Complex Numbers 

Untitled Document Complex Numbers Origin of Complex Numbers The concept of complex numbers was first identified by the Greek mathematician, Leonhard Euler (17071783), while he was trying to find the square root of the Quadratic Equation x + 1 = 0. 
Graphical Representation of Data 

Graphical Representation of Data Introduction Any data before they are analyzed by statistical methods have to be arranged and displayed in a manner that is informative and attractive. Tabular representation is one form of doing it. But for those wh 


