College Prep Genius: Math Terms pg. 289
Math / Symbols
|Inclusive||Includes the first and last elements.|
|Inconsistent Equations||Equations with no common solution (like parallel lines).|
|Increase from x to y||y − x|
|Independent Events||In statistics, where the outcome of one event doesn't affect the probability of the occurrence of another event.|
|Independent Probability||Separate probability questions that do not affect each other.|
|Independent Variable||In a function, the variable whose value can be chosen.|
|Index||The little number above and to the left of the radical sign that designates the root.|
|Inequalities||Two values are not equal.|
|Inequality||The relationship between two expressions that states that one expression is greater than the other.|
|Input||The value plugged into a function to yield an output.|
|Inscribed Angle||An angle with its vertex "on" the circle, formed by two intersecting chords.|
|Integer|| 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.
|Integral||Referring to a number that's an integer.|
|Intercept||The point where a line touches one of the coordinate axes on an xy plane.|
|Interior Angle||The angle inside a polygon.|
|Interior||A region that's enclosed by two or more geometric figures.|
|Intersect||Having elements or points in common.|
|Intersecting Lines||Where two lines meet.|