How to Read the Periodic Table? Groups & Periods Overview

How to Read the Periodic Table

This tutorial will teach you how to read a periodic table. Let’s take a closer look at the different groups of the periodic table. You will also learn about the different properties of the periodic table groups, periods, and families. How to Read the Periodic Table? Vocabulary Elements: Substances consisting of only one atom. Groups: The vertical … Read more

How Do You Find The Discriminant of a Quadratic Equation?

The Discriminant

The Discriminant When does ax2+bx+c=0 have a real solution? Well, we know how to find the solutions using the quadratic formula: x=−b±√b2−4ac2a. That makes it look like we can always get solutions. However, we can’t always exercise a square root! Sometimes you’ll see a negative number under the radical. A negative under the radical means there is no real … Read more

Relations and Functions – Explanation & Examples

Relations and Functions

Relations and Functions are the most essential topics in algebra. Relations and functions – these are the two different words having separate meanings mathematically. You might get confused about their difference. Before we go deeper, let’s understand the variation between both with a simple example. An ordered pair is described as (INPUT, OUTPUT):  The relation … Read more

What are the Key Differences Between DNA and RNA?


The nucleic acids ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) are among the most important molecules in cell biology, which are responsible for storing and transmitting genetic information in all living things. Despite the fact that they are both linear polymers containing sugars, phosphates, and bases, there are a few key differences between them. Both … Read more

Integral of Sin x: Formula, Substitution Method, and Examples

integral of sin

In order to find the integral of sin x, let us first review what integral means. In the math world, the term integral refers to the antiderivative. Antiderivatives, as their name suggests, come about by reversing differentiation. i.e., Finding f'(x) from f(x) is differentiation. Finding f(x) from f'(x) is integration. By using differentiation, we can … Read more