## Income Tax

Income tax is a tax levied directly by the central government on the income of the individuals and other non-individuals entities such as Hindu undivided families, companies, firms, etc.Here, we…

In this category, you will find a relevant explanation of the applied mathematics topics, as per the CBSE syllabus. It includes tax system, logical reasoning, syllogism, probability, algebra, sets, number systems. Applied Mathematics is related to the application of Math according to economics concepts. You will learn about calculus, algebra, and so on.

Income tax is a tax levied directly by the central government on the income of the individuals and other non-individuals entities such as Hindu undivided families, companies, firms, etc.Here, we…

In the number coding, the alphabets in a word are replaced by a certain number according to some rule. Remember there is no formula to get correct answers, only logic…

Under logical reasoning basics, we will understand the table usage and basic application part of applying logic. Remember there is no formula to get correct answers, only logic and practice…

Taxes refer to the charges that are levied on all the goods and services that we buy or sell. Taxes are paid by the individuals to the government that is…

After doing Relations in maths, the next topic under algebra is a function and its types. The function is a rule that connects every element of a non-empty set ‘A’…

Probability is a measure of the likelihood of an event to occur. Many events cannot be predicted with total certainty. We can predict only the chance of an event to occur,…

Relations and functions are part of algebra. Relations are similar to sets, but there are things to know before understanding the concept of relations. Let’s go step by step to…

We have seen the introduction to sets theory, types of sets, and different types of numbers. Before understanding the usage of sets and Venn diagram in sets theory, we will…

So far we have discussed the meaning of Sets and How we write the elements of a set? Now, we will see different types of sets: The following are the…

A common question asked by the students is ‘what are the different types of numbers in Maths or Applied Mathematics’? Let’s discuss it, as it will also help you all…

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