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  1. 1. Partnership : When two or more than two persons run a business jointly, they are called partners and the deal is known as partnership 2. Ratio of Division of Gains: (i)When investments of all the partners are for the same time, the gain or loss is distributed among the partners in the ratio of their investments. Suppose A and B invest Rs. x and Rs. y respectively for a year in a business, then at end of the year (A's share of profit) : (B's share of profit) = x:y (ii) When investments are for different time periods, then equivalent capitals are calculated for a unit of time by taking
  2. Thank for your detailed explanation
  3. Thank you all for your replies and suggestions.
  4. What is a prime number A number is greater than 1 is called a prime number, if it has only two factors, namely 1 and the number itself. Prime numbers up to 100 are:2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, 97 Procedure to find out the prime number Suppose A is given number. Step 1: Find a whole number nearly greater than the square root of A. K > square root(A) Step 2: Test whether A is divisible by any prime number less than K. If yes A is not a prime number. If not, A is prime number. Example: Find out whethe
  5. Today I want to share what Is BODMAS Rule & How to use it? BODMAS rule decides the order of operations for add, subtract, multiply, divide, etc as below shown B-Brackets (do all operations contained in the brackets first) O-Orders (powers and square roots etc) D-Division M-Multiplication A-Addition S- Subtraction Lets see an example and check how BODMASS Rule works 30-(2*6+15/3) +8*3/6 Step1: Brackets 2*6+15/3 = 12+5 = 17 Step2: Division 30-17+8*1/2 Step3: Multiplication 30-17+4 Step 4: Addition and Subtraction 30-17+4=17 20+30-5/4*2+ (1+6) (5-6/
  6. With this simple short cuts you can find out a number is divisible by a given number Divisible by 2: A number is divisible by 2, if its unit’s digit is any of 0, 2, 4, 6, 8. Example: 6798512 Divisible by 3: A number is divisible by 3, if sum of its digits divisible by 3. Example : 123456 1+2+3+4+5+6 = 21 21 is divisible by 3 so 123456 is also divisible by 3 Divisible by 4: if the last two digits of a given are divisible 4, so the number can be divisible by 4. Example : 749232 Last two digits are 32 which are divisible by 4 so the given number is also divisible by 4 Divisibl
  7. To calculate the day of the week for a given date, first of all we need to find out the number of odd days. Today I thought of sharing a beautiful problem I learned in my school, though it is easy, it is tricky too. Odd Days are number of days more than the complete number of weeks in given period. Leap Year is the year which is divisible by 4. A normal year has 365 days A leap year has 366 days One normal year = 365 days = 52weeks + 1day One normal year has one odd day One leap year = 366 days = 52weeks + 2days One leap year has two odd days 100 years = 76 ordinary yea
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    square

    2*a2 = d2 Apply square root on both sides of the equation Sqt(2)*a = d
  9. Hi Function, Your procedure is absolutely correct, and one more addition for that, if you want to find out the 'C' value you can take limits for the integration and find out the C value.
  10. Help me to solve algebra 1 homework In a mixture of 60 liters, the ration of milk and water is 2 : 1. If this ratio is to be 1 : 2, then what is the quantity of water further added? Thanks
  11. What happens to earth planet orbit, If the sun collapsed to become a black hole? May be a silly question but i want the answer, please explain
  12. A capacitor loses half its charge every second. If after 5 seconds its charge is 'q', what was its initial charge?
  13. If more lamps are connected in series,what happens to the current in the power source? decreases or increases and why? please explain in detail Thanks in advance
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