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Q: Definition of trend in math terms?

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A trend is a math term. It is on a line graph. It is a slope between two variables.

It means a pattern/ a repeated theory.

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Horrizontal.

A defined space.

slope

a trend in math is a pattern or sequence.

a cluster full of numbers

that it is most likly to occur

Lines opposite each other

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a numerical quantity that is not a whole number

In math terms commission is the amount of money a salesclerk receives on a sale. A salesclerk receives a commission with their salary.

the distance between two or more numbers

It is the numerator of an equivalent ratio where the denominator is 100.

One example of a 'Trend' would be; In a Graph if there is a point in the graph where you start to see a pattern, its sort of like a trend. But usually you have to explain it, you would have to understand all of the data to know what the actual trend is.

A trend is like a pattern except not as precise

Volume is the amount of space an object takes up.

moving from one location to another without rotating

The charge for borrowing something (money) or the return for lending it

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The definition of a product is the outcome number of two or more numbers that have been multiplied by each other.

A positive trend is a trend that is increasing; a negative trend shows a declining value.

A convex quadrilateral with two pair of equal adjacent sides.

Per cent = Equivalent parts per one hundred.