A method for finding the derivative of an implicitly defined function or relation.

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A function with a graph that goes up as it is followed from left to right.

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An undefined expression which can have a value if arrived at as a limit.

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Proving a conjecture by assuming conjecture is false; if this leads to a contradiction, the original conjecture must have been true; employs the logical method modus tolens.

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A method for proving a proposition that is valid for infinitely many different values of a variable.

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A set that can be placed in one-to-one correspondence with a proper subset of itself.

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A hypothetical number that is larger than zero but smaller than any positive real number.

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A point at which a curve changes from concave up to concave down, or vice-versa.

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A differential equation or partial differential equation accompanied by conditions for the value of the function and possibly its derivatives at one particular point in the domain.

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The radius of a plane figure's inscribed circle.

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A function for which the definite integral exists.

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A convergence test used for positive series with decreasing terms.

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A theorem verifying that the graph of a continuous function is connected.

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A property of a class of mathematical objects that remains unchanged when transformations of a certain type are applied to the objects.

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Negation of the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.

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A square matrix which has an inverse.

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A transformation that is invariant with respect to distance; the distance between any two points in the pre-image must be the same as the distance between the images of the two points.

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An algorithm which involves repeated use of the same formula or steps.

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Discontinuity for which the limits from the left and right both exist but are not equal to each other.

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Topological figure that is closed and bottle shaped with only one surface area.

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Figure - start with equilateral triangle, replace middle third of each segment with 2 sides of a new triangle, repeat process forever.

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Topological problem: take a walk in a certain city & return to the starting point after crossing each of the city's 7 bridges just once.

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Way to evaluate limits of fractions that evaluate to indeterminate expressions by finding limit of the derivatives of the numerator & denominator.

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Line segment through a focus of a conic section, perpendicular to major axis, endpoints on curve.

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The Ceiling Function.

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The linear fit that matches the pattern of a set of paired data as closely as possible.

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The smallest of all upper bounds of a set of numbers.

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A helping theorem; proven, but not interesting enough to be a theorem; of interest only because it is a stepping stone in a formal proof.

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r^{2} = a^{2} cos 2θ; A curve usually expressed in polar coordinates that resembles a figure eight.

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r = b + a cos θ ; A famliy of related curves, of which the cardiod is a special kind.

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The value a function approaches as the domain variable(s) approach a specific value.

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Algorithm for finding largest or smallest possible values of a linear polynomial.

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The appearance or properties of a function, graph, or geometric figure in the immediate neighborhood of a particular point.

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A word for a set of points that forms a geometric figure or graph.

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A model for a quantity that increases quickly at first and then more slowly as the quantity approaches an upper limit.

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