Relations and Functions Class 12 Notes
Chapter 1 Relations and Functions Formulas
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Point to Remember
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Relations and Functions are an essential part of Mathematics because they help define various concepts and different types of specific valued functions and their graphs.
The term ‘relation’ in Mathematics has been drawn from the meaning of relationships in the English language, according to which two objects or quantities are related if there is a recognizable connection or link between the two objects or quantities.
Inverses of trigonometric functions exist solely because of the constraints on the domains and their respective ranges.
The inverse trigonometric functions play an essential role in calculus, for they serve to define many integrals. The concepts of inverse trigonometric functions are used in science and engineering.
A matrix is an array of numbers or functions arranged in a rectangular pattern.
The determinant is a scalar value that can be measured from the elements of a square matrix and encodes certain properties of the linear transformation described by the matrix. The determinant of a matrix A is denoted det(A), det A, or |A|.
The real value at a point in a function is said to be continuous when the function of that point is equal to the limit of the function at that point. When the entire domain is continuous, there is continuity.
Differential Calculus is centered on the concept of the derivative. Integral Calculus is motivated by the problem of defining and calculating the region’s area bounded by the graph of the functions.
Integration refers to the process that is the inverse of differentiation. We will be responsible for finding the function whose differential is provided to us during the integration.
Differential equations involve the derivative of the dependent variable concerning the independent variable.
Every identity function runs indefinitely. Every continuous function is a constant function. Every polynomial function is a continuous function. Every rational function runs indefinitely. In their domain, all trigonometric functions are continuous.
Linear programming is the process of optimizing problems that are constrained in some way.
The likelihood of an event or outcome occurring based on a previous event or outcome is conditional probability.
An event or a case is a subset of the sample space associated with a random experiment. For example, flipping a coin and getting either head or tail is an event.
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