Element of an ordered pair plotted on the horizontal axis.

A (2)

Describes a series that converges when all terms are replaced by their absolute values.

A (2)

The highest point over the entire domain of a function or relation.

A (2)

Field of mathematics concerned with study of algebraic structures e.g. groups, rings and fields.

A (2)

Number, sum of its positive factors, excluding itself, is greater than the given number.

A (1)

The first derivative of the velocity equation; the second derivative of the position function.

A (1)

Matrix formed by taking the transpose of the cofactor matrix of a given original matrix.

A (2)

Transformation involving any combination of translations, reflections, stretches, shrinks, or rotations.

A (2)

The cardinality of the natural numbers.

A (1)

Ringlike section formed by concentric circles.

A (1)

Sphere: 2 points directly opposite each other.

A (3)

Method for approximating value of a function near a known value; uses tangent line at the known value of the function to approximate the function's graph.

A (2)

Coordinate plane to graph complex numbers.

A (5)

The angle describing the direction of a complex number on the complex plane.

B (2)

Experiment in which a single action, e.g. flipping a coin, is repeated; Possible results are classified as 'success' or 'failure'.

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B (1)

A cycloid hanging downwards.

C (1)

A heart-shaped graph.

C (1)

Curve naturally formed by a slack rope hanging between 2 fixed points; NOT a parabola, though resembles one; e.g. graph of the hyperbolic cosine function.

C (2)

Method to find volume of solid for which cross-sections by parallel planes have equal areas.

C (2)

A step function of x which is the least integer greater than or equal to x.

C (1)

Center of mass of a figure of uniform density.

C (1)

A line segment, ray, or line that extends from a vertex of a triangle to the opposite side.

C (2)

Study of complex natural systems which obey rules but give an impression of randomness.

C (1)

cos θ + isin θ; or equivalently e^{iθ}.

C (1)

Surface generated by a straight line, the generator, passing through a fixed point, the vertex, moving along a fixed curve, the directrix.

C (2)

Point on a curve at which the derivative of a function is either 0 or does not exist.

C (1)

A sharp point on a curve.

C (1)

The path traced by a point on a wheel as the wheel rolls, without slipping, along a flat surface.

C (1)

Surface generated by a straight line intersecting and moving along a closed plane curve, the directrix, while remaining parallel to a fixed straight line that is not on or parallel to the plane of the directrix.

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