A u-shaped curve with certain specific properties, graph of a quadratic equation.

P (2)

Two distinct coplanar lines that do not intersect.

P (1)

A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.

P (2)

Used to find binomial coefficients; first row has 1, second row 1 1, third row 1 2 1, and so forth.

P (1)

A polygon with five sides.

P (1)

The number such that p% of the data is at or below that number

P (2)

Any number that is the square of a rational number.

P (1)

The distance around the outside of a plane figure.

P (1)

The reciprocal of the frequency.

P (1)

A selection of objects in which the order of the objects matters.

P (2)

The line perpendicular to a segment passing through the segment's midpoint.

P (2)

Horizontal shift for a periodic function.

P ('1')

3.14159....

P (2)

A function that uses different formulas for different parts of its domain.

P (2)

Graph in the form of a circle that shows sectors as percentages or fractions.

P (1)

A flat surface extending in all directions.

P (1)

The geometric figure formed at the intersection of two distinct lines.

P (3)

The point P, if a figure or graph can be rotated 180° about a point P and end up looking identical to the original.

P (6)

y – y_{1} = m(x – x_{1})

P (2)

(r, θ). where r is the distance from the point to the origin. θ is the angle measured counterclockwise from the polar axis to the segment connecting the point to the origin.

P (1)

A closed plane figure for which all sides are line segments.

P (1)

A solid with no curved surfaces or edges.

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Term

Hint

P (1)

The sum or difference of terms which have variables raised to positive integer powers and which have coefficients that may be real or complex.

P (1)

The entire set of cases or individuals under consideration in a statistical analysis.

P (2)

A real number greater than zero.

P (2)

A relationship in paired data in which the two sets of data tend to increase together or decrease together.

P (1)

The result of raising a base to an exponent.

P (5)

The original figure prior to a transformation.

P (2)

Writing an integer as a product of powers of prime numbers.

P (2)

A positive integer which has only 1 and the number itself as factors.

P (1)

In finance, the original amount of money invested, deposited, or loaned.

P (1)

A solid with parallel congruent bases which are both polygons. The bases must be oriented identically.

P (1)

The likelihood of the occurrence of an event.

P (1)

The result of multiplying a set of numbers or expressions.

P (2)

A fraction with a smaller numerator than denominator.

P (1)

A polyhedron with a polygonal base and lateral faces that taper to an apex.

P (2)

The sum of the squares of the legs of a right triangle is equal to the square of the hypotenuse.

Q (2)

An angle with terminal side on the x-axis or y-axis.

Q (1)

The four sections into which the x-y plane is divided by the x- and y-axes.

Q (1)

An equation, graph, or data that can be modeled by a degree 2 polynomial.

Q (1)

A polygon with four sides.

Q (1)

Multiply by four.

Q (1)

Multiply by five.

Q (1)

The result of dividing two numbers or expressions.

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