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obtuse angle
An angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees

optical illusion
A drawing or object that appears to have an effect that it does not really have, such as when a flat painting seems to have three-dimensional depth

In the Cartesian coordinate plane, the origin is the point at which the horizontal and vertical axes intersect, at zero (0,0)

Any one of the possible results of an experiment

outcome space
The outcome space is the set of all possible outcomes of a given experiment. Also called sample space

A data point (or points) that lies far outside most of the rest of the points in the data set

The number or value that comes out from a process. For example, in a function machine, a number goes in, something is done to it, and the resulting number is the output

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