Includes the first and last elements.
Equations with no common solution (like parallel lines).
Increase from x to y
y − x
In statistics, where the outcome of one event doesn't affect the probability of the occurrence of another event.
Separate probability questions that do not affect each other.
In a function, the variable whose value can be chosen.
The little number above and to the left of the radical sign that designates the root.
Two values are not equal.
The relationship between two expressions that states that one expression is greater than the other.
The value plugged into a function to yield an output.
An angle with its vertex "on" the circle, formed by two intersecting chords.
Any number that can be expressed without a symbol,
fraction bar or decimal point (whole number).
An integer can be zero, odd or even.
>>Even--divided by 2 and no remainder.
>>Odd--divided by 2 with remainder of 1.
Any integer can be written over a 1.
Referring to a number that's an integer.
The point where a line touches one of the coordinate axes on an xy plane.
The angle inside a polygon.
A region that's enclosed by two or more geometric figures.
Having elements or points in common.
Where two lines meet.