Arithmetic progression

How to solve arithmetic boundary condition problems in a few simple steps

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A simple or compound event (consisting of more than one event) goes on happening systematically at regular intervals till a point just before the end. With each occurrence of the event problem parameters change. The end is reached before the full impact of the event along with the change can happen. This is the boundary to be found out before solving the problem...

Trigonometry concepts part 3, maxima (or minima) of Trigonometric expressions

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Trigonometric functions behave not exactly like common algebraic variables, and so maximizing or minimizing an expression of trigonometric terms requires first conversion of the expression to a single function expression. Frequently the rich algebraic concept of AM GM inequality also comes handy for solving such problems...

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