1 billion in rupees: Billion to Lakhs Crores Million

If we talk about the Indian currency i.e. Rupees, then 1 billion is equal to 10000 lacs. 1 billion is equal to 10000000000 which is a natural number. The number 1000000001 comes after 1 billion and the number 999999999 comes before it. To describe in quantities in Math, the concept of place value is used. … Read more

What Is 7/8 As A Percentage?

7/8 As A Percentage is 87.5 % Percent and fractions are the two terms that we generally use in comparing quantities. A fraction is represented as a numerical value that is defined as a part of a whole while percent, a relative value tells you how much of the whole you have and it is … Read more

Law of Algebra of sets

Law of Algebra of sets: a) Impotent law- A A=A and A A = A b) Identity Law – A = A and A u=A c) Commutative law- A B = B A and A B = B A d) Associative law- (A B) C = A (B C) e) Distributive law- A (B C) … Read more

Cuboid Cube Cylender cone

Cuboid: A solid whose, length, breadth & height are different is called a cuboid. It has a six rectangular plane faces, 12 edges & 8 vertex. Cube: A cuboid whose length ,breadth & height are equal is called a cube. Cylinder: When a rectangle. OABO’ is rotate at its oo’ axis in initial position to … Read more

Fraction Definition and Types of Fraction

A fraction is a number representing a part of the whole e.g. ¼ (1 is the numerator & 4 is the denominator ) is showing whole 4 than ¼ is the 1/4th part. Like fraction– fraction having the same denominator are called like fraction. Unlike fraction– fractions having different denominator are called unlike fraction. Proper … Read more

Quadrilateral Definition and Type of quadrilaterals

Quadrilaterals- a simple closed figure surrounded by four line segment is called a quadrilaterals. It has four sides , four angles, four vertices and two diagonals. The sum of all angles are . Adjacent side- having a common end point. e.g PQ & QR Opposite side- do not have any common point. eg. PQ, RS … Read more

Set Relations

A relation (“ is Religion of”) between SET A to SET B is a sub set of A×B Where ‘R ≤ A×B If SET A & SET B is not Vol D SET & If (a,b) R read as a is related to b by relation R’ if (a, b) R then a ×b (a … Read more

Set Identity function

The set Identity function and related functions are discussed below. What is Set Identity function? The function that associates each real number to itself is called the identity function and is denoted by the I I(x) = x : x R Domain and range of the Set Identity function The domain and range of the … Read more

Triangle types and its angles

The figure formed by joining three non-collinear points by a line segment is called a triangle. It has three sides, 3 vertices, and 3 angles. The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is . An exterior angle of the triangle– The exterior angle of a triangle is equal to sum of opposite interior … Read more

Common factor HCF and LCM with examples

H.C.F- The highest common factor of two or more given number is the highest (or greatest) of their common factor. e.g. 24 = 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,24 36 = 1,2,3,4,6,9,12,36 H.C.F = 6 Method Factorization: Euclid’s Algorithm determining the HCF of 18 & 30. 12 16 20 Multiple of 6 are 12 18 24 So LCM of 4 … Read more