## Adjacent Angles – Definition, Properties and Examples

Adjacent angles are angles that have a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap. Recall that a … Read more

Adjacent angles are angles that have a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap. Recall that a … Read more

Thales’ theorem tells us that a triangle inscribed in a circle, where the hypotenuse corresponds to the diameter of the … Read more

Thales’ theorem tells us that the diameter of a circle always forms a right triangle when we connect it to … Read more

Thales’ theorem is a special case of the inscribed angles theorem. This theorem says that if we have a triangle … Read more

The 3D Pythagorean theorem is an extension of the 2D Pythagorean theorem that can be used to solve problems in … Read more

Pascal’s triangle is a type of number pattern. The numbers are arranged in a way that reflects a triangle. First, … Read more

Pascal’s triangle has many applications in mathematics and statistics. We can use Pascal’s triangle to find the binomial expansion. Also, … Read more

By now we are familiar with writing complex numbers in the form z=a+bi. However, there are alternative ways of writing complex … Read more

Conic sections are obtained by the intersection of the surface of a cone with a plane. We can have four … Read more

A triangle is a three-sided polygon that has three vertices and three interior angles. The sum of the interior angles … Read more