Resembling, represented by, or consisting of a line or lines. Examples in maths: linear equation: A linear equation is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable. Typical linear equation:
Correlation is a statistical measure of the linear association between two variables. It is important to remember that correlation does not mean causation and also that the absence of correlation does not mean the two variables are unrelated.
because it is a 'maths' project
history of maths
You are given a system of n or more simultaneous linear equations involving n unknowns. Pick one of the unknowns, called the pivot variable. Find an equation in which it appears, called the pivot equation.
The answer in a subtraction equation.
add up all the variables and then divide the sum by the number of variables. that will give you your mean. :)
a variable is a letter that stand for another number
To do maths you simply solve the equation: ymxkb(8.22563)^2/yx8zm5b6wk=xmkjfqp(845632175)^2
In maths, something that is quadratic is squared. So a quadratic equation will have X squared in it.
post the questions and you will get the answer.
Maths is for kids and teenagers all around the world to study and become great Maths wizards
Right Hand Side [of an equation]
most likely pi
No. Because there is no mathematical question.