Q: What is a compound term in math?

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"Subset" IS the math term in this case.

power in a math term is when you multiply the exponents

Yes, the term 'math class' is a open spaced compound noun, made up of the noun 'math' to describe the noun 'class'. When a noun is used as an adjective to describe another noun, it's called an attributive noun. Examples like computer screen or road sign become accepted as compound nouns when they are commonly used for that thing.

Whole number is a math term. Weighted average is another math term.

No, the math term ratio doesn't mean multiply.

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there is no such math term

The math term for multiplication is PRODUCT.

"Subset" IS the math term in this case.

which term represents a compound

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power in a math term is when you multiply the exponents

Yes, the term 'math class' is a open spaced compound noun, made up of the noun 'math' to describe the noun 'class'. When a noun is used as an adjective to describe another noun, it's called an attributive noun. Examples like computer screen or road sign become accepted as compound nouns when they are commonly used for that thing.

One math term is y-axis and or yard

There is no such math term. There is, on the other hand, an astronomical term "equinox".

Whole number is a math term. Weighted average is another math term.

Whole number is a math term. Weighted average is another math term.

No, the math term ratio doesn't mean multiply.