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Equivalent Rational numbers
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Class 8 Math Concepts]]>Adding algebraic expression CBSE Class 8th math Videos and notesSat, 10 Sep 2011 15:50:14 +0000
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Least Common Multiple of ploynomial tutorials]]>check whether a given natural number is a perfect square or notFri, 28 Jan 2011 10:03:14 +0000
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following steps: Step I Obtain the natural number. Stev II Write the number as a product of prime factors. Step -III Group the factors in pairs in such a way that both the factors in each pair are equal. Step IV See whether some factor is left over or not. If no factor is left over in grouping, then the given number is a perfect square. Otherwise, it is not a perfect square. Step...