- 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.
- Thirty-two 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 sixty-four
- 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.