Term to Term rule in Maths is how much you go up or down in. e.g 1,2,3,4,5,6 would be +1
A formula with an equal sign
It is not a mathematical term - it is not specific enough.
It is a term used it probability which mean the frequency of something occuring
it means to add and subtract aldrabra questions
A term is like term one, two, and three. Like report cards that's why you get three.
it means put them in order then the middle number
it means more like meanings EX:what does mean mean in math meanings or what does mean mean in math terms . so its more like a different way to say it
product means X in maths
It means turning around a fixed point or axis.
Mensuration is the act of taking measurements of something, usually geometrically.
my nth term maths is very tuff because its syallabus is changed
The answer depends on the context. It could refer to the nth term in a sequence of numbers: T1, T2, ...
Usually another word for some frequently used mathematical formula.
It is the amount of three dimensional space occupied by a 3-d shape.
A prime number is one whose only factors are 1 and itself.
It is a term used with reference to polygons. It means that all sides of the polygon are equal.
It means that the term inside the brackets needs to be multiplied by the previous term outside the bracket..
No, it is not a mathematical term.
Reasoning means the same, whether in maths or elsewhere. It is using your brains in a logical manner.
It means changing the postitioning of a number into the place of the tern number x
The mathematical term for pattern in maths is "sequence". Hope this helps : )
a maths solution
In the study of sequences, given a number n, the position to term rule tells you how the nth term of the sequence is calculated.
The term "lots of" in maths is the same as "times". 4 lots of 3 = 12 4 x 3 = 12