Math Definition | Word |

The exponent indicating the power to which a fixed number must be raised to obtain a given number, abbr. | |

A relation that uniquely associates members of one set with members of another set. | |

An array of numbers, often used to represent a linear transformation. | |

An exponent to which a given quantity is raised. | |

The process of calculating the result when a number x is taken y times. | |

The set of all numbers that a function maps to 0. | |

A number which cannot be expressed as a fraction. | |

A positive integer x greater than 1 which is only divisible by 1 and x. | |

The set of all rational and irrational numbers. | |

The symbol used to indicate an nth root. | |

A way of associating unique objects to every element in a given set. | |

A set containing all its limit points; a set whose complement is open | |

To see how many times a number goes into another number. | |

A function that has continuous derivatives. | |

If a*b = b*a, then a and b are said to ________. | |

A commutative division ring. | |

Polynomials over the integers, for example. | |

A trig function, abbr. | |

The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. | |