The symbol d/dx is used to differentiate any function with respect to the variable $x$. The derivative or differentiation in mathematics is used to determine the rate of change of a given function. So, if we are using the d/dx formula or the d/dx symbol with a function “$f$,” then we are calculating the rate […]

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The $triangle$ ABC is similar to $triangle$ DEF when the corresponding sides of both triangles are in proportion to each other and the corresponding angles are the same as well. We should keep in mind that the shape of both the triangles will be the same, but their size may vary. In this article, we […]

The zero slope of a line means that it is horizontal and rises or inclines like a slope. If a line is perfectly horizontal across the Cartesian plane, then the slope of that line will be zero. Consider a person riding a bicycle on a plane horizontal road. Then, the slope at any point of […]

Linear vs nonlinear functions is a standard comparison you will encounter while studying mathematics. Any given function can be represented as a graph. The graph can be linear or nonlinear, depending upon the characteristics of the function. This guide will help you better understand linear and nonlinear functions and how they differ from each other […]

Deciding which table represents a direct variation function is done by checking if the table of values presents a proportional relationship using the formula for direct proportion. It may seem like a difficult task, but worry no more because you can determine whether a function table displays a direct variation function or not within seconds. […]