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Here I present you the shortcut method to solve problems on INVERSE TRIGONOMETRY..Hope the video turns out to be helpful for you guys! I will be uploading more videos on shortcut tricks for solving difficult lengthy questions in IOE Entrance The glorious 5th edition of IOE Mathematics Challenger is available in the market. This book…

This video will show you how the method of partial fraction decomposition can break down a fraction into smaller fractions. Remember to carefully identify your factors as either linear or quadratic, this will really help you identify what to put in the numerator of each fraction. To find the missing coefficents use Gauss Jordan elimination…

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This video will show you how to calculate the trigonometric ratio of right angle triangles using your Casio fx-991ms. It will also show you hot to put the calculator in degree mode.