EC3 Word Sets 1 - 5
Terms in this set (100)
a quality, part, or element
people in power; an expert whose views are accepted by most.
the process of knowing and remembering
a measure of the relationship between two variables
be a name or symbol for something
the way that something is spread out over a particular area or group
a field of action, thought or influence; an area of knowledge
always active or changing; in physics: a force related to motion
a diagram that shows how variables are related.
a striking effect or result (v.) to hit with force
a charged atom
made of lines
belonging to language
a substance, situation, or environment in which something has its origin - in math: an arrangement of numbers in rows and columns
the usual amount
a characteristic or constant factor, a limit
to print in a book, journal or online
a collection of skills or accomplishments.
the different meanings of words
a substance that tastes sour, reacts with metals and carbonates, and turns blue litmus red. e.g. lemon juice
a logical rule or procedure that guarantees solving a problem
to go to a specified place; to jump
a number multiplied by a variable in a mathematical expression
concerning the development or growth of a thing or person
a negatively charged particle
having limits; lasting for a limited time
a material that can easily flow. e.g. water
to cause, to persuade
the distance between two points, numbers or times
about or caused by combined atoms
a device that receives information
something that makes a change.
a statement that can be proved
changing from one form to another. e.g. changing from one language to another
a quantity that has both size and direction.
speed in a given direction
a person who is selected by others as a contestant for an office or honor
a decision made by an expert based on the results of an examination
based on observation or experiment
a state of balance
the state of being identified; something that identifies a person
great energy, strength, concentration; in physics: Intensity = Power/Unit of area
something that is easy to recognize or identify
a thin covering of tissue
two or more atoms chemically combined
a nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
an intersection or junction point in a network; a part on a plant where a new leaf grows
not complete; favoring one side over another
a system of management; a form of government
going back; in statistics: a type of correlational procedure that focuses on predicting the values of an outcome based on its correlation with another variable.
a mechanical creature that acts like a human
a copy; a method that is used to study and analyze the characteristics of the real world
about numbers that represents information
the amount of difference; a statistic that measures the variability of a distribution.
a speech sound; a, e , i, o, u and sometimes y
a defense provided by the body against disease
concerning the way someone acts
a person who speaks two languages
concerning living in a colony
how much is spent on things; the process of eating and drinking
to show the relationship between two items or events.
the length of time that something lasts
definite, clearly stated
bringing things together into a whole
the quality or state of being human and being able to die
a change; in genetics: any event that changes genetic structure
control center of a cell
a very small piece of something
being sensitive; in physiology: the ability of an organism or part of an organism to react to stimuli; in electronics: the ability of a radio device to react to incoming signals
the degree to which people or things are the same
the wavelengths of colors from red to violet
a long piece of metal or wood; a line of light or energy
the answer to a sum; the act of calculating
to bring order and organization to something; (n.) in maths: any of the magnitudes that serve to define the position of a point or line by reference to a fixed figure or system of lines.
communication by writing; a similarity
to make a common idea or conclusion from facts
the same in every way
not the same; in maths: a statement that compares two quantities using <, >, =,=, or ?
an established standard of performance or behavior
the ability to locate oneself in one's environment with reference to time, place, and people
a route; in biochemistry: a sequence of reactions
to go before
a statement of what will happen next
widespread, common, general
an idea; a suggestion
beat of the heart
a small set that is part of a larger set
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