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'A' in Math Quiz Stats

by puckett86  Plays Quiz Updated Oct 30, 2018

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One of the four basic mathematical operations; represents combining collections of objects together into a larger collectionAddition
93.3%
Mechanical counting device consisting of a frame holding a series of parallel rods, on each of which beads are strungAbacus
86.2%
A type of the previous answer that is strictly greater than 0° and less than 90°Acute
85.5%
Quantity expressing the two-dimensional size of a defined part of a surface; for a circle, it is πr²Area
83.7%
A measure of the middle value of a data set; typically, but not always, the sum of the values divided by the number of valuesAverage
83.4%
The figure formed by two lines or rays sharing a common point, or the measure of rotation about that common pointAngle
82%
The study of calculations involving numbers; the oldest and most elementary branch of mathematics that is used daily by most peopleArithmetic
71%
Smooth curve joining two points; for a circle, its length is equal to rθArc
70.9%
The branch of mathematics concerning the study of the rules of operations and relations; in another context, a collection of setsAlgebra
70.5%
A reference line; in the 2-D Cartesian plane, there are two of them, commonly labeled with two letters of the Latin alphabetAxis
65.8%
Line or curve that, tending to ∞, approaches a given curve arbitrarily closely but never touches itAsymptote
45.5%
The magnitude of an oscillation; e.g. the A in the expression Asin(θ)Amplitude
42.9%
A finite sequence of steps for carrying out a procedure or solving a problem; common term in computer science, as wellAlgorithm
37.3%
Property of some operations in which the grouping in which the operations are performed does not matter; e.g. (1 × 2) × 3 = 1 × (2 × 3) = 6Associativity
37.3%
Proposition that is not proved nor demonstrated but considered to be self-evident; the one 'of choice' is fundamental to set theoryAxiom
23.6%
For a given function, f, it's a function G whose derivative is equal to f, i.e. G' = f; more formally known as an indefinite integralAntiderivative
21.8%
Geometric figure consisting of the region lying between two concentric circles; colloquially referred to as a 'ring'Annulus
7.9%
A group in which the binary operation is commutative; named after a mathematician who helped prove impossible directly solving for the roots of a polynomial equation of degree > 4Abelian
7.8%
Line segment from the center of a regular polygon to the midpoint of one of its sides; has a corresponding definition for a circleApothem
5.9%
Mathematical concept with several meanings, perhaps most notably the conjugate transpose of a matrix or operatorAdjoint
5%

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