Q: What are extremes in math terms?

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this is the outermost terms this is ''extremes''

in the proportion, a/b = c/d, a and d are the extremes. from the def in my math book

It that you are not as smart as whats inside my pants :)

Variable and vertical angles are math terms.

principal(in terms of math)- the amount you borrow or deposit

The two outer terms of a proportion are known as extremes. These are the limits of a range of possibilities.

In math terms, pi, means 3.14, which is a everlasting decimal, that is just rounded to make your math easier. So pi, means 3.14 in math terms.

In short, math extreme is the highest (or lowest) value of a math function on an interval (a,b). For example, function y=x2 has minimum (extreme) for x=0 on interval (minus infinity, plus infinity). Similarly, function y=-x2 has maximum (extreme) for x=0 on the same interval. Some functions have multiple extremes, which are called local extremes, but this is enough for basic understanding of the principle.

If A is to B as C is to D, A and D are the external terms or the extremes of the proportion, and B and C are the internal terms or the means.

A math expression is a collection of math terms

A comparison in math terms is when you see if two problems are equal to each other.

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in math terms, specifically statistics, the outcome is the results expressed as part of the total.

Quadruple, quarter and quotient are math terms. They begin with the letter Q.

A math dictionary (or a mathematics dictionary) is usually a dictionary of the definitions of common mathematical terms, formulae and examples of common diagrams and pictures for the uninitiated or those learning math.

Justification in math terms means to show how you solved the math problem. Lay out the problem and show step-by-step how the problem is solved.

sum means the answer of a math problem

In terms of what?

a variable.

an amount