Words by Math and 'Real World' Definitions

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An exponent to which a given quantity is raised.Ability to do or act; capability of doing or accomplishing something; political or national strength.
The number of holes in a surface (roughly).A taxonomic group between family and species.
The symbol used to indicate an nth root.Thoroughgoing or extreme, especially as regards change from accepted or traditional forms.
An array of numbers, often used to represent a linear transformation.Something that constitutes the place or point from which something else originates, takes form, or develops.
The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter.The 16th letter of the Greek alphabet.
To list or name numerals in order.A nobleman equivalent in rank to an English earl.
A topological space that is Hausdorff and locally Euclidean.Of many kinds; a chamber having several outlets through which a liquid or gas is distributed or gathered.
A commutative division ring.An expanse of open or cleared ground; to answer or reply skillfully.
A function that has continuous derivatives.Generally flat or unruffled; not rough.
A knot invariant.A sound made by a dog.
A vector perpendicular to a plane.Conforming to the standard or the common type; Usual.
To multiply a number by itself.An open area or plaza in a city or town; conventional or conservative in style or outlook; not hip.
To compute the rate of change of a function.To make a distinction; to perceive the difference in or between.
Polynomials over the integers, for example.A typically circular band of metal.
The set of all numbers that a function maps to 0.The edible central part of a seed, nut, or fruit within the shell or stone.
To see how many times a number goes into another number.To separate in opinion or feeling; cause to disagree.
The exponent indicating the power to which a fixed number must be raised to obtain a given number, abbr.A portion or length of the trunk or of a large limb of a felled tree.
A way of associating unique objects to every element in a given set.A representation, usually on a flat surface, of the features of an area of the earth.
The set of all rational and irrational numbers.True; being an actual thing; having objective existence.
Math DefinitionWord'Real World' Definition
The result of multiplication.A thing created by labor.
To find the area under a graph.To make up, combine, or complete to produce a whole or a larger unit.
Sum of the diagonal entries of a matrix.To copy by following the lines of the original on a superimposed transparent sheet.
A positive integer x greater than 1 which is only divisible by 1 and x.Of the first importance; demanding the fullest consideration; the most flourishing stage or state.
A positive integer.Having undergone little or no processing and containing no chemical additives.
The process of calculating the result when a number x is taken y times.To grow in number, quantity, etc.; increase.
A transformation consisting of a constant offset with no rotation or distortion.A rendering of something into another language.
Numbers of the form x + iy, where i*i = -1.Composed of many interconnected parts; a fixed idea; an obsessive notion.
The values of x for which f(x) = 0Any underground part of a plant.
A quotient of trig functions, abbr.To make brown by exposure to ultraviolet rays, as of the sun.
Given two intersecting lines, the amount of rotation required to bring one into correspondence with the other.A viewpoint; standpoint; to fish with hook and line.
A number which cannot be expressed as a fraction.Without or deprived of normal mental clarity or sound judgment.
Multiplicative inverse.Given or felt by each toward the other; mutual.
A set containing all its limit points; a set whose complement is openHaving or forming a boundary or barrier; not public; restricted; exclusive.
A trig function, abbr.Any reprehensible or regrettable action, behavior, lapse, etc.
An infinite ordered set of terms combined together by the addition operator.A daily or weekly program with the same cast and format and a continuing story.
A relation that uniquely associates members of one set with members of another set.Any ceremonious public or social gathering or occasion.
If a*b = b*a, then a and b are said to ________.To travel some distance regularly between one's home and one's place of work.

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