# Neurochispas

Neurochispas is a website that offers various resources for the study of mathematics. Our goal is to help students learn math in an accessible way.

## Algebra

• ### 10 Examples of Composite Functions with Answers

Composite functions are functions where we use the output values or results of one function as the inputs of another … Read more

• ### 10 Examples of Equations with Absolute Value with Answers

Absolute value equations can be solved by squaring both sides of the equation. In this way, the expression inside the … Read more

• ### 10 Examples of the Remainder Theorem with Answers

The remainder theorem tells us that when a polynomial f(x) is divided by (αx–β), the remainder is equal to f(β/α). … Read more

• ### 10 First Degree Equations Examples and Practice Problems

First-degree equations can be solved by applying different operations to both sides of the equal sign so that we simplify … Read more

## Geometry

Learn about angles, perimeter, area and volume of different geometric figures.

• ### 3D Pythagorean Theorem – Formula and Examples

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

• ### Acute Scalene Triangle – Formulas and Examples

Acute scalene triangles are scalene triangles in which all of their interior angles are acute. These triangles satisfy the definition … Read more

• ### 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

• ### All the Cross-Sections of a Cone

Cone cross-sections are obtained when we cut a cone with a plane. We can obtain different cross-sections depending on the … Read more

## Trigonometry

Learn about angles in a triangle, trigonometric functions and trigonometric identities.

• ### Amplitude of Trigonometric Functions with Examples

The amplitude of a function is defined as the distance from the central axis to the maximum or minimum value … Read more

• ### Cartesian to Cylindrical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Cylindrical coordinates are an alternate three-dimensional coordinate system to the Cartesian coordinate system. Cylindrical coordinates have the form (r, θ, … Read more

• ### Cartesian to Spherical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Spherical coordinates are written in the form (ρ, θ, φ), where, ρ represents the distance from the origin to the point, θ represents the … Read more

• ### Cosecant of an Angle – Formulas and Examples

The cosecant of an angle is defined with respect to the sides of a right triangle. In a right triangle, … Read more

## Precalculus

Learn about parabolas, ellipes, circumferences, and hyperbolas.

• ### Applications of the Ellipse

Ellipses are conic sections formed by a plane that intersects a cone. Ellipses are characterized by the fact that the … Read more

• ### Applications of the Hyperbola

Hyperbolas are conic sections formed when a plane intersects a pair of cones. For the hyperbola to be formed, the … Read more

• ### Arc of a Circumference – Formulas and Examples

An arc of a circumference or of a circle is a portion of the circumference. The length of an arc … Read more

• ### Asymptotes of a Hyperbola – Formulas and Examples

The asymptotes of a hyperbola are straight lines that the curve approaches as the values of the independent variable (x) … Read more