Distance between the center of a power series' interval of convergence & its end- points; if the series only converges at a point, it is 0; if over all real numbers, it is ∞.

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The set of values assumed by a function or relation over all permitted values of the independent variable(s).

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A convergence test used when terms of a series contain factorials and/or n^{th} powers.

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The set of numbers indicated by the letter Q.

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Another name for Cartesian Coordinates.

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A polyhedron for which all faces are rectangles.

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A formula requiring the computation of all previous terms to find the value of a_{n}.

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Two numbers for which the only common factor is 1.

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The difference between the n^{th} partial sum and the sum of a series.

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The assertion that P(c) is the remainder when polynomial P(x) is divided by x – c.

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A point at which a graph is not connected but can be made connected by filling in a single point.

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The use of a domain for a function that is smaller than the function's domain of definition; commonly used to specify a one-to-one section of a function.

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An approximation of an interval by partitioning the interval, drawing rectangles over sub-intervals, and adding up the areas of the rectangles.

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Non-Euclidean geometry in which there are no parallel lines; usually thought of as taking place on the surface of a sphere.

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Calculus theorem ensuring existence of a critical point between any two points on a 'nice' function having the same y-value.

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Average used in statistics & engineering; square numbers in a set, find arithmetic mean of squares, take square root of mean.

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A convergence test used when series terms contain n^{th} powers.

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A transformation in which a plane figure turns around a fixed center point.

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Form of a matrix; each row contains only 0's, until first non-zero element, which must be 1.

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