# Term Index

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The distance a number is from zero on the number line. For example, -5 is 5 units away from zero. It would be written as |-5|.
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take in, suck up, make as part of itself
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to carefully consider, to include in the calculations
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Moving and doing activities, having a lot of energy, busy
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a number added to one or more other numbers to form a sum.
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A step-by-step procedure for solving a problem especially when using a computer.
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A device, which represents data by continuous variations. Example, a clock with minute and hour hands is constantly changing as it continuously shows that time. A digital clock shows separate times from moment to moment.
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A small computer program for performing a simple task.
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Design and construction of a building or the equipment (hardware, computer, calculator etc.) used by a computer model
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A rectangular arrangement of quantities in rows and columns used to analyze data.
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The amount of data that can be passed through a communication channel in a period of time.
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At or forming a base, lowest amount
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A numbering system using 2 as its base
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A number system in which all numbers are expressed using only two digits, 0 and 1.
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A logical system that relates elements through the operators AND, OR, and NOT.
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The conditions that are set for the solution of a set of differential equations at the boundary of its domain.
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A computer program used to access and display information and web sites on the Internet.
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A computer language used to produce a compact translation of a program into machine language.
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A portion of computer memory where data is placed for quick repeated use.
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An electronic or mechanical device for performing mathematical calculations.
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To temporarily transfer computer processing to a subroutine or procedure.
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The point about which a figure is rotated.
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The part of a computer that interprets and executes instructions.
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Chaos is the breakdown of predictability, or a state of disorder
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One of a set of symbols, such as numbers, or letters, that are used to express information.
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the features you notice, how you recognize someone or something
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A small wafer of semiconductor material used to form an integrated circuit.
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a message that is written using an algorithm that makes it secret
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The set of written instructions in a computer program.
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A signal that initiates an operation defined by an instruction
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Text in a computer program that is used to explain the instructions but doesn't function in the program itself.
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To translate a program into machine language.
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A program that translates a high-level language program into machine language so that it can be executed.
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a part of a larger whole
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to put in danger
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Science (biology, chemistry, physics...) that uses computers to visualize, analyze and/or model data or scientific processes.
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how much of a substance is dissolved in water
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a judgment based on reasoning or logic.
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Existing circumstances.
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The act of creating circumstances.
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A theory that does not contain a contradiction.
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A system of equations that has at least one solution.
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rate is how something changes i.e. speed or growth
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In a math expression any term that consists of only a number
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to eat or drink, to destroy or use up
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to change in form or function
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the study of how to break ciphers
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the study of how to write ciphers
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the study of writing messages in secret (cryptanalysis and cryptography)
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the living part of the cell but not the nucleus, cell wall or cell membrane
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Information, facts, or numbers used to describe something.
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A collection of related data records.
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the process of changing a cipher into a message
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Using facts, definitions, rules, accepted properties, and the laws of logic to make logical arguments or reach a conclusion.
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Fail to fulfill an obligation, number used if you don't pick one
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a measure of how closely packed a substance is, the mass divided by the volume
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A system of equations that has infinite solutions.
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A system in which the output can be predicted exactly and the next step depends only on the current state.
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to invent, to plan
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Data represented by the numbers 0 through 9
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a way of checking which computer did something
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The least number of independent coordinates required to uniquely specify a point
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the number of rows and columns in a matrix.
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Two events are disjoint if they can't both happen at the same time (in other words, if they have no outcomes in common). Equivalently, two events are disjoint if their intersection is the empty set.
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An ailment or disease
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A type of computing in which different aspects of the process are located on different computers, which are connected to a network
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A description of the structure, purpose, operation, maintenance, and data required for a computer program.
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A group of networked computers that share a common communications address.
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An interactive system or process characterized by continuous change.
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having continuous change
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When 3 bodies in space line up so one of them can't be seen.
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productive with a minimum of waste or effort.
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An eigenfunction is the function associated with any linear operator and returns the same results for any single point.
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A special set of scalars associated with matrix equations, sometimes known as characteristic roots, proper values, or latent roots
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A member of or an object in a set.
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The empty set, Ã, is the set that has no members.
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the process of changing a message into a cipher
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to improve
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In probability, when there are the same chances for more than one event happening, the events are equally likely to occur.
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A mathematical sentence showing that two expressions are equal.
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A state of balance between opposing forces or actions.
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Having the same value.
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The best guess arrived at after considering all the information given in a problem.
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A local-area network protocol.
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The method for finding remainders by multiplying the divisor by the quotient and subtracting that amount from the number being divided.
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to find the value of an algebraic or numeric expression.
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A computer program or code that will run successfully.
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Spending or using up
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A mathematical phrase that contains numbers, operations and or variables.
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variables that effect or change the outcome of the computation
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floating-point operations per second
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An equation that relates two or more quantities.
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An input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input. In this relationship it is very important that each input has one and only one output.
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A computer program which incorporates a set of functions which return values.
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to find a rule by examining several examples
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One thousand million floating point operations per second (10 to the 9th power).
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A diagram that illustrates the quantitative relationship between two or more variables.
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The use of pictures not just words to represent the input and output of a program
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The physical touchable parts of a computer system.
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A unique value generate from a string of text using a formula.
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A bar graph that shows frequencies.
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A collection of documents that contain cross-references or links which enables the user to move easily from one document to another.
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A number that when an operation is applied to a given number yields that given number. For multiplication, the identity is one and for addition the identity is zero.
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to put into effect
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A system of equations that has no solution.
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An unspecified amount, having no exact limits.
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A system of equations that has exactly one solution.
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Making a general statement or conjecture based on several observations.
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A mathematical sentence that shows that two quantities are not equal.
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endless, never ending
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At the beginning, the first.
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The conditions that exist at the beginning of the simulation.
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A: The number or value that is entered or substituted into an expression or function.

B: Data or information that is entered into a computer system.
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Having a two way flow of information between a program and the user.
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An electronic communications network that connects computers around the world.
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To estimate values between two known values.
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an explanation of the meaning
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to break the process, to interfere
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The intersection of two or more sets is the set of elements that all the sets have in common; in other words, all the elements contained in every one of the sets. The mathematical symbol for intersection is â©.
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The time between two events
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unsolveable
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A number when added to a given number yields zero.
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A number when multiplied by a given number yields one.
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Repeating a set of rules or steps over and over.
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A programming language that produces applets for use on the internet.
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a programming language that runs on web pages
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A number used to encrypt or decrypt a message.
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The words phrases and syntax used to communicate instructions to computers.
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A method of fitting a curve to a set of data points.
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terms with the same variable or variable power.
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A branch of mathematics that includes linear equations, matrices, determinants, vector spaces, and linear transformations.
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A freely-distributable, open source, operating system.
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a curl or small amount of hair
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to cause to continue, to keep up
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Parallel computer systems can send and receive more than one bit of data at a time because several points communicate with each other. Massively parallel systems have a relatively large number of these pathways.
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A rectangular arrangement of numbers in rows and columns. The number of rows by the number of columns gives the dimensions of the matrix.
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highest or largest possible amount
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The sum of a list of numbers, divided by the total number of numbers in the list. Also called arithmetic mean.
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parts that work together, process
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text to be sent to a person
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In last night's basketball game, the players' individual free-throws were 2,4,1,3,2,3,2. The mode for the team was 2.
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A computer algorithm that simulates a process or phenomenon.
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a mathematical representation of a process that is simulated by a computer
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A method for finding remainders where all the possible numbers (the numbers less than the divisor) are put in a circle. Use the number being divided to count around the circle. The final number landed on will be the remainder.(cf What are Remainders Discussion).
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A unit of measure. For example, when measuring days, a modulus could be 24 for the number of hours in a day. 75 hours would be divided by 24 to give 3 remainder 3, or 3 days and 3 hours. See also modular arithmetic (cf Clocks and Modular Arithmetic Discussion).
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Using a random sampling technique in a computer simulation to obtain approximate solutions to mathematical or physical problems.
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A system of computers, terminals, and databases connected by communications lines.
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Not in a line
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Also called "bell curve," the normal distribution is the curved shape of a graph that is highest in the middle and lowest on the sides.
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Denoting a number or system of numbers
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The probability that one event or situation is true or will happen
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a mathematical process that "works on" numbers: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power and taking roots.
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To make a computer program function in its most effective or fastest form.
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a pair of numbers that can be used to locate a point on a coordinate plane.
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An even, rhythmic change in vale, position, or state around a mean value.
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Any one of the possible results of an experiment.
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A data point (or points) that lie far outside most of the rest of the points in the data set.
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The number or value that comes out from a process.
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A small package
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The use of two or more computer processors to run parts of the same program and merge the results.
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a quantity constant in the case being studied but varying in different cases
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Values within a model that can be changed in different runs.
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A differential equation that involves partial derivatives of more than one variable.
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Characteristic(s) observed in one item that may be repeated in similar or identical manners in other items.
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A ratio that compares a number to one hundred.
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A high-level open source programming language.
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an arrangement of items in which the order is important.
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The name for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
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To translate or modify software to run on a different platform.
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The measure of how likely it is for an event to occur.
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a series of actions performed in a certain order or manner
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A relationship where two ratios or fractions are equal.
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A set of conventions governing the treatment and formatting of data.
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Any of the four parts of a grid divided by the x and y axes.
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A list of data records that are added at one end and removed from the other.
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Unpredictable, a set in which all the numbers have the same probability of occurrence.
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without method or conscious choice
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region between limits, i.e. numbers between 5 and 12
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The difference between the least and the greatest values in a data set. Note that the range is a single number, not many numbers.
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a ratio that compares two quantities that are measured in different units.
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a comparison of two numbers using division.
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people that had the disease and got better
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Given some starting information and a rule for how to process it, you get new information. The rule is then repeated using the new information to get the next information.
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The repeated application of a function to its own values.
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Things that happen regularly and predictably.
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compared to something else
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The conversion of data into a graphical image for display.
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Able to recover from unexpected conditions during operation.
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The error associated with the approximation of machine numbers when stored in computer memory.
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replacing a number with an estimate accurate to a given place value.
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A device that forwards packets of data between networks.
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The time needed to run a program.
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A computer, component, or network that can be expanded to meet future needs.
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Processing one element at a time.
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The representation of data graphically as a means of gaining understanding and insight into the data.
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a set of similar things in a row
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A computer in a network that provides a service to other computers in the network.
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The number of digits used to express the precision of a measurement.
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A technique to find a good solution to an optimization problem by trying random variations of the current solution.
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pretend or imitate
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A simulation is a model of a real-world situation that would be too difficult, dangerous, expensive or time consuming to actually perform.
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The program executed by a computer, as opposed to the physical device on which they run.
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Computer code written in a programming language that can be converted into machine code to be executed by the computer.
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A matrix that has a relatively small number of nonzero elements.
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A computer program that displays data in cells which can perform calculations.
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the units of area.
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Elements of the Internet or computer programming that are fixed and not capable of action or change.
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The length of the independent variable between iterations of the model.
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Equations in which things change on two vastly different scales.
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A process or system that is connected with random probability.
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A series of characters that is treated as a group and isn't associated with the meaning of a name or numerical value.
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One of the fastest computers currently available.
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the end point, destination, fatal
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quantity as a standard measurement, meters, grams etc
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A popular multi-user source- portable operating system.
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A: Did you solve the right problem?

B: Checking to see if something works correctly.
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A symbol used to represent a quantity that can change.
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A fast computer method which sets up a series of instructions in vector registers and then processes the vectors as a group.
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A diagram where sets are represented as simple overlapping geometric figures, representing the intersections and unions of the figures.
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To prove that something is true, that you did the problem the right way.
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Simulated, the same in principal or effect but not real.
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to imagine a picture
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The location and equipment a person uses to access a computer either a PC, or a terminal for accessing a mainframe or super computer.
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To go with.
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as stated by
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to carefully consider, to include in the calculations
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to collect
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recognize or accept as truth
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proper or suitable
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A quantity that is close in value but not the same as a desired quantity.
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Design and construction of a building or the equipment (hardware, computer, calculator etc.) used by a computer model
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genuine, not a fake
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people from the ancient city/country of Babylon
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base is the foundation, something built on the foundation
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to neither lose or gain money.
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a group of animals or birds hatched at the same time
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Chaos is the breakdown of predictability, or a state of disorder
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One of a set of symbols, such as numbers, or letters, that are used to express information.
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A small wafer of semiconductor material used to form an integrated circuit.
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clear
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A synchronizing device in a computer that produces pulses at regular intervals
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A circular movement in the same directions the hands of a clock move.
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brief but complete and comprehensive
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a judgment based on reasoning or logic.
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a circular movement in the opposite direction than the hands of a clock move.
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rising to a crisis or dangerous point
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the top or the highest part of several things like a mountain, a person or a tree.
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Using facts, definitions, rules, accepted properties, and the laws of logic to make logical arguments or reach a conclusion.
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a legal document, often used to show ownership of property
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show, present and explain by experiment or use
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A line segment that connects two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon.
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the amount by which the original price is reduced.
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making something happen or change
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to give authority to, getting the feeling you have the power to do something.
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to improve
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Spending or using up
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a list of special words or technical terms and their definitions
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progressing slowly
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total without any reductions
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an American tree with hard wood and nuts like pecans
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a perfect model existing only in the mind
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A number that when an operation is applied to a given number yields that given number. For multiplication, the identity is one and for addition the identity is zero.
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water can't flow through it
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suggested indirectly
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An unspecified amount, having no exact limits.
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people that have the disease and can spread it to others
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to break the process, to interfere
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immediate insight or understanding without conscious reasoning.
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parts that work together, process
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text to be sent to a person
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the chemical processes in a living organism that produce energy and growth
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to make small or partial changes
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water or other liquid causing slight dampness
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the affairs of a state or local government.
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not supporting either of 2 opposing sides, not positive or negative
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a hardwood tree that produces acorns
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to acquire or get
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to take place or happen
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favorable chance, opening offered by circumstances
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choice, things to choose between
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The intersection of the x and y axes on the coordinate plane.
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The number or value that comes out from a process.
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A small package
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Words, numbers and phrases that can be read the same backwards as forwards.
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A person who shares a job or activity, a player on the same team
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Characteristic(s) observed in one item that may be repeated in similar or identical manners in other items.
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water can flow or seep through it
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a plan or course of action adopted by a government or organization
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People who hold or seek political office
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capable of coming into being, may happen
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fundamental truth or law in nature or science
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the result when two or more numbers are multiplied together.
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making things or getting work done
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money gained from some investment.
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to extend in time or space
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likely to happen
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a suggested plan
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available to everyone
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any of the marks used in writing to separate sentences and clarify the meaning
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pure, clean
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A polyhedron with a polygon base and triangular sides that meet at a common vertex.
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an amount, how much is measured
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Unpredictable, a set in which all the numbers have the same probability of occurrence.
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without method or conscious choice
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what is real or true
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statement of ingredients and procedures for preparing a meal
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people that had the disease and got better
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The place you consult for information
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to repeat an image by flipping it across a line so it appears as it would in a mirror.
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to stand for or be an example of
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A thing that is needed or demanded
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an area having houses or apartments not factories or farms
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the outline of a play's plot or the proposed sequence of future events
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not often
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easily effected, requiring careful treatment or secrecy
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to isolate, set aside, or save
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The amount of food offered or given
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waste material carried in sewers
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a long shape like a handle or arrow.
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a thick liquid, sewage
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a value of a variable that makes an equation true.
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to find all of the solutions to an equation.
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highly developed and complex
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thinly dispersed or scattered
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not changing
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1. To express with authority 2. A geopolitical section of the United States, for example, the 50 states in America
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a plan or policy
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the way a building or object is constructed or put together
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not obvious, faint, delicate
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To continue to live
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people that haven't had the disease so they can get it
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Past tense of sweep, to brush or move across
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regular, dependable, according to a system
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a number or variable in an expression. Terms are separated by + and - symbols.
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an ant-like social insect that lives in and eats wood
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allow to happen without interfering
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The Sun, Earth and Moon line up so the Moon or Sun appears to completely disappear.
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hard to break, tear or chew
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time during which a thing changes from one state to another
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to slide an object over a certain distance in a certain direction.
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travels across
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best achievable
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unvarying
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very large
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to move aimlessly or unpredictably
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a device with beads used to do arithmetic
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The distance a number is from zero on the number line. For example, -5 is 5 units away from zero. It would be written as |-5|.
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An angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees (cf Angles Discussion).
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a number added to one or more other numbers to form a sum.
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The operation, or process, of calculating the sum of two or more numbers or quantities
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Two angles that share a ray, thereby being directly next to each other
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A step-by-step procedure for solving a problem especially when using a computer.
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A pair of angles outside a set of parallel lines on opposite sides of a third line that intersects these parallel lines.
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A pair of angles located inside a set of parallel lines and on opposite sides of a third intersecting line.
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Reasoning or investigating by dividing into elemental or basic parts.
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a figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.
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a ray that divides an angle into two congruent angles.
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A quantity that is close in value but not the same as a desired quantity.
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The number of square units needed to cover a surface (cf Length, Area, and Perimeter Lesson).
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This property applies both to multiplication and addition and states that you can group several numbers that are being added or multiplied (not both) in any way and yield the same value. In mathematical terms, for all real numbers a, b, and c, (a+b)+c=a+(b+c) or (ab)c=a(bc).
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Not identical on either side of a central line; not symmetrical.
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the line that a graph approaches as you move away from the origin.
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It is better to avoid this sometimes vague term. It usually refers to the (arithmetic) mean, but it can also signify the median, the mode, the geometric mean, and weighted means, among other things (cf Mean, Median and Mode Discussion).
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a rule that is accepted as true without proof. Another name for an axiom is a postulate.
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A graph that allows the comparison of data by using horizontal or vertical bars.
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A numbering system using 2 as its base
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A number system in which all numbers are expressed using only two digits, 0 and 1.
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the sum of two monomials.
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To divide into two congruent parts.
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An electronic or mechanical device for performing mathematical calculations.
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The point inside a circle that is the same distance from all the points on the circle.
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The point about which a figure is rotated.
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The set of all points in a plane that are the same distance from a given point called the center.
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A graph that uses sections of a circle to compare parts to the whole and parts to other parts.
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the distance around a circle
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A circular movement in the same directions the hands of a clock move.
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The numbers in front of the letters in a mathematical expression, for example, in 4d + 5t2 + 3s, the 4, 5, and 3 are coefficients for the d, t2, and s
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A denominator that is the same in two or more fractions.
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A number that is a factor of two or more numbers.
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A number that is a multiple of each of two or more numbers.
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This property of both multiplication and addition states that you can rearrange the order of the numbers being added or reorder numbers being multiplied without changing the value of the expression. In mathematical terms, for all real numbers a and b, a+b=b+a and ab=ba.
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Two angles that have a sum of 90 degrees.
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A curve is "concave up" when it is a concave shape, meaning curved like the inside of a bowl, with the two ends of the curve pointing up.
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a judgment based on reasoning or logic.
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A three-dimensional figure with one vertex and one circular base.
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Two figures are congruent to one another if they have the same size and shape
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rate is how something changes i.e. speed or growth
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to change in form or function
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A grid formed by the intersection of two real number lines that intersect at a right angle.
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A unique ordered pair of numbers that identifies a point on the coordinate plane. The first number in the ordered pair identifies the position with regard to the x-axis while the second number identifies the position on the y-axis
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Two angles in the same relative position on two lines when those lines are cut by a third line.
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a circular movement in the opposite direction than the hands of a clock move.
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A prism with six square faces.
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A number raised to the third power.
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A three-dimensional figure with two parallel, congruent circular bases connected by a curved lateral surface.
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A fraction where the denominator is a power of ten and is therefore expressed using a decimal point
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Using facts, definitions, rules, accepted properties, and the laws of logic to make logical arguments or reach a conclusion.
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The unit of measure for angles or segments of a circle.
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The number below the fraction bar that indicates how many parts the whole is divided into.
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A line segment that connects two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon.
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a line segment that passes through the center of a circle and has endpoints on the circle, or the length of that segment.
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The result when one number is subtracted from another.
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An equation that specifies the relationship between consecutive elements of a sequence in terms of their difference.
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An equation that expresses a relationship between functions and their derivatives
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the number of rows and columns in a matrix.
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the length, width or height of a figure.
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A line in a graph that is interrupted, or has breaks in it forms a discontinuous graph.
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Summing two numbers and then multiplying by another number yields the same value as multiplying both values by the other value and then adding. In mathematical terms, for all real numbers a, b, and c, a(b+c) = ab+ac.
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The number to be divided into groups in a division problem.
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can be divided by a number without leaving a remainder.
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The inverse operation of multiplication.
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the number you are dividing by in a division problem.
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The set of numbers x for which f(x) is defined.
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How out of round the ellipse is. Distance between foci / length of the major axis
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an oval. A closed curve where the sum of the distance to any point on the curve, from two fixed points is a constant
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The empty set, Ã, is the set that has no members.
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a point at the end of a line segment or ray.
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A mathematical sentence showing that two expressions are equal.
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A triangle with three congruent sides.
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Having the same value.
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The method for finding remainders by multiplying the divisor by the quotient and subtracting that amount from the number being divided.
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A whole number that is divisible by two with no remainder.
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An expression of the number of times that a base is used as a factor.
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a diagram showing how a whole number can be factored into its prime factors.
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Any of the numbers or symbols in mathematics that when multiplied together form a product.
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to determine the numbers that when multiplied together form a given product.
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(of an ellipse) The 2 fixed points that are used to define an ellipse.
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An equation that relates two or more quantities.
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A rational number of the form a/b where b â  0.
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An input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input. In this relationship it is very important that each input has one and only one output.
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All of the points whose coordinates are the solution of the equation.
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The side of the triangle that is opposite the right angle.
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the if part of an if then statement.
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suggested indirectly
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A fraction in which the numerator is equal to or greater than the denominator.
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Making a general statement or conjecture based on several observations.
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endless, never ending
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Greater than any fixed counting number, or extending forever.
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Any positive or negative number including zero that does not include a fraction or decimal.
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The intersection of two or more sets is the set of elements that all the sets have in common; in other words, all the elements contained in every one of the sets. The mathematical symbol for intersection is â©.
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a real number that cannot be written as a ratio or quotient of two integers.
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A triangle that has at least two congruent sides.
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The least common multiple of two or more denominators. See Least common multiple and multiple.
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the smallest number that is a multiple of two or more given numbers. See multiple.
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The least common multiple of two or more denominators. See Least common multiple and multiple.
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the smallest number that is a multiple of two or more given numbers. See multiple.
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fractions that have the same denominator.
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a straight geometric figure formed by points that extend forever in opposite directions.
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A diagram that uses line segments to show the relationships between two or more things.
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a line that a figure is flipped across, creating a mirror image of the original figure.
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A piece of a line with endpoints at both ends.
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If a figure is divided by a line and both divisions are mirrors of each other, the figure has line symmetry (adj). The line that divides the figure is the line of symmetry (n).
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An equation or graph is linear if the graph of the equation is a straight line.
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A function of the form f(x) = mx + b where m and b are some fixed numbers. The names "m" and "b" are traditional. Functions of this kind are called "linear" because their graphs are straight lines.
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A line segment bisecting the ellipse and passing through the foci.
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A rectangular arrangement of numbers in rows and columns. The number of rows by the number of columns gives the dimensions of the matrix.
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highest or largest possible amount
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The sum of a list of numbers, divided by the total number of numbers in the list. Also called arithmetic mean.
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In a data set arranged in numerical order, the middle number or the average of the two middle numbers if there is an even number of numbers.
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The point that divides a line segment into two congruent line segments.
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A line segment bisecting the ellipse, perpendicular to and bisecting the major axis.
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Numbers that have both whole numbers and decimals or fractions, such as 4.567.
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In last night's basketball game, the players' individual free-throws were 2,4,1,3,2,3,2. The mode for the team was 2.
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A method for finding remainders where all the possible numbers (the numbers less than the divisor) are put in a circle. Use the number being divided to count around the circle. The final number landed on will be the remainder.(cf What are Remainders Discussion).
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A unit of measure. For example, when measuring days, a modulus could be 24 for the number of hours in a day. 75 hours would be divided by 24 to give 3 remainder 3, or 3 days and 3 hours. See also modular arithmetic (cf Clocks and Modular Arithmetic Discussion).
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a number, variable or the product of a number and one or more variables.
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The product of multiplying a number by a whole number.
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The product of multiplying a number by a whole number.
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To multiply a number b by c is to add b to itself c times.
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One of the counting numbers, i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4...
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numbers less than zero.
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a two-dimensional figure that can be folded to form a three dimensional polygon.
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Not in a line
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The number above the fraction bar that indicates how many parts of a whole are being considered.
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An angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees.
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an eight-sided polygon.
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a whole number that has a remainder when divided by 2.
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a mathematical process that "works on" numbers: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power and taking roots.
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A set of rules that gives the order you follow to simplify an expression.
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a pair of numbers that can be used to locate a point on a coordinate plane.
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The intersection of the x and y axes on the coordinate plane.
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A U shaped graph of a quadratic function, y=ax2+bx+c where a is not equal to 0.
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A statement that appears to contradict itself, or appears both true and false.
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Parallel lines are in the same plane and do not intersect.
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lines on the same plane that never meet.
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A quadrilateral that contains two pairs of parallel sides.
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a quantity constant in the case being studied but varying in different cases
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Characteristic(s) observed in one item that may be repeated in similar or identical manners in other items.
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a five sided polygon.
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A ratio that compares a number to one hundred.
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The sum of the lengths of all the sides of a polygon.
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an arrangement of items in which the order is important.
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lines that intersect to form right angles.
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a line that intersects a line segment at its midpoint and forms 4 right angles.
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The name for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
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a flat surface that extends forever.
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an exact location in space that has no extension or dimensions.
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A closed plane figure formed by three or more line segments that do not cross over each other.
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Any solid figure with an outer surface composed of polygon faces
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Any solid figure with an outer surface composed of polygon faces.
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A number that has exactly two factors, 1 and the number itself.
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An instrument for drawing and measuring angles.
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A polyhedron with a polygon base and triangular sides that meet at a common vertex.
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For a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the two sides, or C2 = A2 + B2, where C is the hypotenuse.
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Any of the four parts of a grid divided by the x and y axes.
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A function of the form f(x) = ax2 + bx + c where a is not equal to zero.
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A polygon that has four sides.
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The result when one number is divided by another.
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an expression written with a radical symbol ().
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A segment with one endpoint on a circle and the other endpoint at the circle's center or the measure of this segment.
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Unpredictable, a set in which all the numbers have the same probability of occurrence.
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without method or conscious choice
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The difference between the least and the greatest values in a data set. Note that the range is a single number, not many numbers.
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The set of all output numbers for a function.
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a ratio that compares two quantities that are measured in different units.
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a comparison of two numbers using division.
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a number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers.
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A straight line that begins at a point and continues outward in one direction.
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Rational numbers together with irrational numbers form the set of real numbers.
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Two numbers whose product is 1 are called reciprocals. The multiplicative inverse of a number is its reciprocal.
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A parallelogram with four right angles.
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for any number a, a=a.
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A polygon whose side lengths are all the same and whose interior angles' measures are all the same.
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After dividing one number by another, if any amount is left that does not divide evenly, that amount is called the remainder.
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After dividing one number by another, if any amount is left that does not divide evenly, that amount is called the remainder.
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the set of all possible numbers that can be used to replace a variable.
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A parallelogram with four congruent sides.
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An angle of 90 degrees.
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A triangle containing an angle of 90 degrees.
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a value that can be substituted into an equation to make it true.
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an object has rotational symmetry if you can rotate it a given number of degrees and it will fit exactly on top of itself.
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replacing a number with an estimate accurate to a given place value.
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a ratio that compares the size of a model to the actual size of the object that is being modeled.
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a triangle with no congruent sides.
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expressing a number in the form a X 10n, where n is an integer.
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An ordered set of numbers.
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a set of similar things in a row
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a group of items.
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Figures that have the same shape because their angles are congruent and the sides are proportional.
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a fraction is in simplest form when 1 is the only common factor of the numerator and denominator.
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and expression that has no like terms and no parentheses.
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To use the rules of arithmetic and algebra to rewrite an expression as concisely as possible.
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In three dimensional space, lines that are not parallel and don't intersect.
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The slope of a line is the ratio of the rate of change of y to the change in x, or the change or difference in y divided by the change in x.
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a value of a variable that makes an equation true.
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to find all of the solutions to an equation.
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the set of all points in space that are the same distance from a given point called the center.
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A parallelogram with four congruent sides and four right angles.
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one of the two equal factors of a number.
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the units of area.
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an angle that measures 180 degrees.
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A set contained within another set.
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to replace a variable with a number or another expression in an algebraic expression.
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The operation in which the difference between two numbers or quantities is calculated. Also, the inverse of addition.
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Two angles whose combined measures equal 180 degrees.
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A measure of the number of square units needed to cover the outside of a figure.
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Two or more equations with common variables.
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the end point, destination, fatal
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a decimal number that ends or terminates.
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A tessellation is a repeated geometric design that covers a plane without gaps or overlaps (cf What Is A Tessellation Discussion).
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For any numbers a, b, and c, if a = b, and b = c, then a = c.
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a line or ray that intersects two other coplanar lines in different points.
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A quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides
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unvarying
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The union of two or more sets is the set of all the objects contained by at least one of the sets. The symbol for union is U.
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quantity as a standard measurement, meters, grams etc
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A symbol used to represent a quantity that can change.
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A vector is a quantity having magnitude and direction, represented by a directed arrow indicating its orientation in space.
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On an angle or polygon, the point where two sides meet, on a polyhedron, the point where three or more faces meet on a pyramid or the point of a cone.
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The two nonadjacent angles formed when two straight lines intersect.
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A measure of the number of cubic units needed to fill the space inside an object.
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The whole numbers are 0,1,2,3,4,...
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The horizontal number line on a coordinate plane.
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the first number in an ordered pair.
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The x-coordinate of the point where the line crosses the x-axis.
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The y-coordinate of the point where the line crosses the y-axis.
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Science Terms  (...)
take in, suck up, make as part of itself
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to collect
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Moving and doing activities, having a lot of energy, busy
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a blood protein made in response to and then protecting from a virus or bacterial infection
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medicine to treat depression
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The point in the orbit which is farthest from the sun, or where the moon is the farthest from the Earth.
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The size the moon appears to be
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A quantity that is close in value but not the same as a desired quantity.
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A glass tank for fish
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Establishing or agreeing to something as if it were true.
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the air that surrounds the Earth
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genuine, not a fake
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The two perpendicular lines of a coordinate plane that intersect at the origin.
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people from the ancient city/country of Babylon
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a very lightweight wood used to make models
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At or forming a base, lowest amount
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In exponential notation, the number or variable that is multiplied repeatedly.
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base is the foundation, something built on the foundation
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hidden underground
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A unit of heat or food energy
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The hard covering on a turtle or crustacean
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Carbon dioxide, the gas we breathe out, fires produce, and plants absorb.
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the features you notice, how you recognize someone or something
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electrical energy stored in an object
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a small African human-like ape
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a chemical that can cause heart attacks
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A synchronizing device in a computer that produces pulses at regular intervals
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to crash together
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A special number in math that can be divided by numbers besides one and itself
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a judgment based on reasoning or logic.
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a statement, or conclusion that is based on observation.
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A system of equations that has at least one solution.
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rate is how something changes i.e. speed or growth
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A group of stars that appear together in the sky
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to eat or drink, to destroy or use up
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to add a substance like pollution that makes something unclean, unhealthy, or impure
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give time, money, effort etc. toward a common purpose
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The product of numbers on the diagonal when comparing two ratios.
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Information, facts, or numbers used to describe something.
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A collection of related data records.
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Using facts, definitions, rules, accepted properties, and the laws of logic to make logical arguments or reach a conclusion.
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The unit of measure for temperature.
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show, present and explain by experiment or use
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crowded together, closely packed
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a measure of how closely packed a substance is, the mass divided by the volume
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to invent, to plan
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The result when one number is subtracted from another.
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to break down food in the stomach and intestines.
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to reduce the strength or concentration of a liquid by adding water
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To remove or put aside
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the amount by which the original price is reduced.
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Two events are disjoint if they can't both happen at the same time (in other words, if they have no outcomes in common). Equivalently, two events are disjoint if their intersection is the empty set.
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variety
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When 3 bodies in space line up so one of them can't be seen.
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making something happen or change
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An eigenfunction is the function associated with any linear operator and returns the same results for any single point.
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A special set of scalars associated with matrix equations, sometimes known as characteristic roots, proper values, or latent roots
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A member of or an object in a set.
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the widespread appearance of a disease
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The best guess arrived at after considering all the information given in a problem.
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to expel or get rid of, especially waste material
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a hard covering on the outside of an animal's body.
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Spending or using up
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all have died out
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to a high or the highest degree
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end parts, hands, feet
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chemicals and nutrients added to help plants grow
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the connecting wire or thread in a light bulb
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flowing smoothly with little effort
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people who study and manage forests
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The number of items occurring in a given category or within a time interval.
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a group of billions of stars
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The time the babies grow inside the mother
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progressing slowly
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Cattle eating grass
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total without any reductions
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In a quadrilateral, triangle, prism or cylinder, the perpendicular distance from the base to the opposite vertex, side or base.
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an animal that eats plants not animals
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an American tree with hard wood and nuts like pecans
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the science of the movement of water on earth
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the if part of an if then statement.
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a perfect model existing only in the mind
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unable to contract a disease, protected from sickness by vaccination
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strong effect or impression
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water can't flow through it
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people that have the disease and can spread it to others
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At the beginning, the first.
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chemicals used to kill insects
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to act on or affect each other
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To examine, to make a systematic inquire,
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the platform that something takes off from
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pertaining to the Earth's moon.
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warm blooded animals that produce milk to feed their young
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the quantity of matter, like weight but independent of gravity
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parts that work together, process
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the chemical processes in a living organism that produce energy and growth
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water or other liquid causing slight dampness
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a change in the genetic code of an organism
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cells that send information from the brain to the body parts
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a hardwood tree that produces acorns
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Any one of the possible results of an experiment.
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A data point (or points) that lie far outside most of the rest of the points in the data set.
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a quantity constant in the case being studied but varying in different cases
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When 3 bodies almost line up.
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the smallest amount, a tiny portion of matter
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Characteristic(s) observed in one item that may be repeated in similar or identical manners in other items.
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A ratio that compares a number to one hundred.
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The point in the orbit which is closest to the sun, or where the moon is the closest to the Earth.
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appearing or happening at intervals
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an arrangement of items in which the order is important.
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water can flow or seep through it
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chemicals used to kill pests like insects
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a stage in the process of change or development
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Any solid figure with an outer surface composed of polygon faces.
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An expression like 53 or the value of the expression.
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an animal that lives by killing and eating other animals.
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an animal that is killed and eaten by a predator
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a scientist who studies primates; humans, monkeys and apes.
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a polyhedron with two congruent bases that lie in parallel planes.
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to extend in time or space
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likely to happen
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A relationship where two ratios or fractions are equal.
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organic compounds composed of amino acids
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to repeat an image by flipping it across a line so it appears as it would in a mirror.
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Things that happen regularly and predictably.
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compared to something else
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to make an exact copy
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to keep possession of, not loosing.
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to go around in an orbit.
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To rotate an object in a transformation means to pick a point and spin the object a certain number of degrees around the point and redrawing the object.
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Runoff is what occurs when rain is not absorbed by the ground on which it falls and so then flows downhill.
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full of water so it can't hold more
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expressing a number in the form a X 10n, where n is an integer.
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a set of similar things in a row
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throw out everything you do not want, leaving only what you want to keep; with numbers, this means throwing out all of the composite numbers to leave only the prime numbers.
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The number of digits used to express the precision of a measurement.
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pretend or imitate
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the way a building or object is constructed or put together
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to replace a variable with a number or another expression in an algebraic expression.
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a yellow element that burns with the smell of matches
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physical or mental sign of disease
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an ant-like social insect that lives in and eats wood
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The Sun, Earth and Moon line up so the Moon or Sun appears to completely disappear.
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poisons, a chemical that can cause a rash, sickness or death.
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the main stem of a tree, the body excluding the head, arms and legs
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a shot given to immunize against a disease
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A symbol used to represent a quantity that can change.
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moving back and forth rapidly
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rivers or lakes where boats can sail
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