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Can you name the Math terms that begin with M, N, or O?

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M (1)The amount of a quantity; never negative.
M (2)Longer of two arcs between two points on a circle.
M (1)A rectangular (or square) array of numbers.
M (1)Another word for average.
M (1)The size of an angle.
M (6)The value for which half the numbers in a set of numbers, are larger and half are smaller.
M (4)A line segment connecting the midpoints of the legs of a trapezoid; it is parallel to the bases.
M (4)A line segment drawn from one vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side.
M (1)The point halfway between two given points.
M (2)Shorter of two arcs between two points on a circle.
M (1)1/60 th of a degree.
M (2)A number written as the sum of an integer and a proper fraction.
M (1)The number that occurs the most often in a list.
M (1)A polynomial with one term.
M (1)Any number or polynomial that is product of a given number or polynomial an integral number of times.
M (1)How many times a particular number is a zero for a given polynomial.
M (2)Events that have no outcomes in common.
N (2)The logarithm base e of a number.
N (2)The numbers used for counting. That is, the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.
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N (2)A real number less than zero.
N (1)A polygon with nine sides.
N (1)Points that do not all lie on a single line.
N (4)The length of a vector.
N (2)The set with no elements.
N (2)A line representing the set of all real numbers.
N (1)The top part of a fraction.
O (2)An angle that has measure more than 90° and less than 180°.
O (1)A polygon with eight sides.
O (2)An integer that is not a multiple of 2.
O (2)An interval that does not contain its endpoints.
O (2)Any two numbers whose sum is 0.
O (1)The y-coordinate in a point (x, y).
O (1)On the coordinate plane, the point (0, 0).
O (1)The point at which the three (possibly extended) altitudes of a triangle intersect.
O (1)A single, specific possible result of an experiment.
O (1)A data point that is distinctly separate from the rest of the data.
O (1)An egg-shaped curve; not the same as an ellipse.

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