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Branch of mathematics closely associated to probability. Deals with counting possibilities
Process in which one function's output becomes the input for the next function
A theorem which is essentially a specialization of one immediately preceeding it
Common name for xy plane
Term for two or more points which lie on the same line
Identical in size and shape
Theory commonly associated with the 'butterfly effect'
Eponymous method for finding the determinant of a 3x3 matrix
Another term for nonquantitative data
The math of variation. Literally, 'little pebble'
Function which 'rounds up' to the nearest integer
Any line segment connecting two points on a curve
Any of four type of intersection between a plane and a cone
Rule used to differentiate a function composition
Figure formed by revolving a rectangle around one of its axes
Perimeter of a circle
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The degree to which two sets of data are related
Figure formed by rotating an angle around its bisector
Term used to describe a set which contains all of its limit points
Function which is equal to 1 for values in a certain group and 0 otherwise
A+B=B+A
Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees
Threedimensional counterpart of a square
The locus of all points in a plane equidistant from a given point
Branch of mathematics concerned with codes and ciphers
General name for numbers of the form a + b*i
Preliminary name for a theory which has yet to be proven
An integer which is the product of two others
The ratio of adjacent side to hypotenuse
A value which does not change
Set formed by repeatedly removing middle third of all remaining segments, ad infinitum. Named after originator of set theory.
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