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Ray or line segment dividing an angle in half.
Logic statement which uses 'if and only if.'
Famous family of mathematicians, including Nicolas and Johann.
In geometry, the 'bottom' of a two-dimensional figure.
Statement which is either a True or False.
This symbol: [
Polynomial with two different terms.
Theorem stating if AB + BC = AC, then A and C are on opposite sides of B.
A way to graph data to highlight quartiles and outliers.
A set of linearally independent vectors that can represent all vectors in a space.
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Indian mathematician born in 598 CE.
A second-rank, antisymmetric tensor.
Number system consisting of 1 and 0.
Paradox stating that one ball can be decomposed into two balls of the same size as the original.
Signature idea of chaos theory; how an insect can cause a change in the weather.
A polynomial with two different variables.
Also known as the limits of integration.
This symbol: {
Graph of the normal distribution.
British mathematician known for designing some of the first computers.
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