Q: What does the mathematical term convention mean?

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The mathematical term for "mean" is "mean".The popular, or colloquial term for "mean" is "average".

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That depends what you mean with a "young prime number". I believe that is not a common mathematical term.That depends what you mean with a "young prime number". I believe that is not a common mathematical term.That depends what you mean with a "young prime number". I believe that is not a common mathematical term.That depends what you mean with a "young prime number". I believe that is not a common mathematical term.

It means to work out the answer of a given mathematical problem.

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Mean is the mathematical term for average.

it means to be wrong

It means an explanation

Inspiration is not a mathematical term. It, therefore, means what it does in normal usage.

It is not a mathematical term - it is not specific enough.

round up or estimate it

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It means "multiplied by itself".

Universal Naming Convention

the mathematical term meaning the line between 2 corners of a 2D or 3D shape. example: a hexagon has nine diagonals

They are all forms of average.

it is basically the math term used for average

It is a mathematical term which could have different values.

Nothing really. Fate is not a mathematical term.

sx is not a standard term in mathematics so more context is needed.

It is term.

Connectedness is a term that refers to different mathematical properties meaning "all one piece". When a mathematical object has connectedness, it is termed connected. If not, it is disconnected.

A torus is the mathematical term for a donut like shape.

Average is a synonym for mean (the mathematical term not the adjective)

The answer will depend on what you mean by circump, which is not a recognised mathematical term.