Indices is the plural of index. In mathematics, the index most commonly refers to the exponent or a degree of an nth root.
index is the same as power The index of a number say how many times you have to use the number in a multiplictaion. e.g; 2 10 = 10*10=100
It's the number power.
In index form, that would be 64
The correct answer is 4.5 × 102
Index form in math means exponents. For example: 2x2x2x2x2x2 will be changed to 2 to the 6th power (2 with the little 6 on the top right.) Hope i helped.☺♥
Indices (not indicies) have two meanings: one is powers. In the expression x3, the 3 is an index. The second meaning is a counter. If you have five observations and they are labelled X1, X2, ... , X5 then the numbers in Xn is an index.
Index (plural indices).
A expression in maths is a collection of terms without an equality sign.
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The mean is usually the arithmetic mean - there are other means in maths. For a set of numbers, the arithmetic mean is the sum of the numbers divided by the number of numbers.
it mean have to divide it i think
I think you mean Body Mass Index...?
the definition of mean in maths is : adding up all the numbers in a sequence then dividing the total by the quantity of numbers in that sequence
what does s mean in maths example 5s+3=33 so what does the s equal
what does that mean? :P
It has nothing to do with maths
it means prepandicular to
It means multiplication
In maths, something that is quadratic is squared. So a quadratic equation will have X squared in it.
The word "quad" mean four (4).
Well... Grade "A" Maths could mean that you had used completely solid reasoning and a minimalistic approach to the proof that you were QEDing. Or when i last did a state exam in Maths it was my "A" Levels divided into "Pure Maths". and "Applied Maths".
Maths is a science. It's not the typical science people think of, but it is a science. Science is a maths-based subject. You need maths in science but you don't need 'science' in maths. Your question can be interpreted in different ways, but it really depends on what you mean by science or maths and the definition you use.
to turn by a set degreece