Across
 Passing through or lying on the same straight line, coaxial.
 Being out of symmetry, misproportioned.
 Something which gives a symbol weight or position.
 An equilateral paralleogram, obliquely.
 A logical postulation that defies or evades resolution
 1 and 1.The additive opposite or property.
 Both statements must be true (inputs) for the output to also be true.
 A kind of reasoning that can draw generalized conclusions from a finite collection of specific observations.
 Containing quantities of the second degree.
 The number represented by i, has _______ properties.
 The property whose symbol is often described as the number eight sideways.
 The Branch of mathematics which uses letters for symbolic representation of numbers.
 A line, curve, or surface meeting another line, curve, or surface at a common point.
 A one dimensional array
 A manual computing device.
 A plane figure having four equal sides.
 Time over distance
 Gray's code can be thought of as the _________ binary code.
 Increasing by successive addition, is an example of the _______ property.
 Relating to, or used in Descartes' mathematical system the _______ coordinate sysytem.
 His Triangle includes the array of binomial coefficients.


Down
 Thirtytwo feet per second squared.
 Involed with the method of differences, when nearly every term cancels either the preceding or proceeding term is an example of this kind of series or sum.
 Any of a set of two or more numbers to determine the Position of a point, line, curve, or plane in a space of a given dimension.
 The technique of functions calling themselves
 The square of its length is equal to the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides.
 One of the most basic curvilinear geometric shapes, the surface formed by the points at a fixed distance from a given straight line.
 The algebra of two values.
 One of the laws governing the movement of bodies.
 To take away from
 Series that have no bounded sum can be called this.
 The average speed over time.
 The set formed by the whole numbers, or counting numbers, no fractions allowed.
 A statement which is accepted on the on the basis of prior investigation.
 Increase by the addition of
 Branch of mathematics dealing with intregation and differentiation.
 The energy of motion.
 Of or pertaining to space
 The Square root of sixtyfour
 Opposite of the tangent
 The ' INNER ' circular Force.
 It's radius of course is always pie r squared.
 The mathematics of the properties, measurement, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids.
 The numbers which comprise both real and imaginary sets.
