fraction A positive fraction whose numerator is greater than or equal to its
denominator, or the
events Events that have no effect on each other.
measurement A measurement in which no direct comparison is made between the
and a physical standard. Or, a
measurement obtained by calculation
A mathematical sentence formed by placing an inequality
sign between two expressions.
set A set with an unlimited number of elements
The whole numbers and their opposites: . . . -2, -1,
The amount of money paid for the use of money.
A method of
lines Two straight lines that have one and only one point in common
planes Two planes that have one and only one line in common
(of sets) The set of all elements which belong to both of two sets. ,P n
Q" is read "P intersection Q"
that undo each other, such as addition and subtraction or multiplication and
number All real numbers
that are not rational.
Isosceles triangle A triangle with at least two sides congruent.
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