Q: What is a math term that means a symbol for counting?

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It is the number 9.

The Value of a term

Congruent is already a math term. Two objects are congruent if they have the same size and shape (even if they are rotated or flipped over). If you want the math symbol for congruence, it is the equal sign with a ~ over it: ≅

b

No, it means average.

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A capital A is usually used as a symbol for area in math.

It is the number 9.

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

The Value of a term

The math term greater means bigger in numerical size or larger in order of the numbers.

Congruent is already a math term. Two objects are congruent if they have the same size and shape (even if they are rotated or flipped over). If you want the math symbol for congruence, it is the equal sign with a ~ over it: ≅

countless and ongoing

Equivalent or Congruent

b

It means kilo meter is a math term for meters

its a 2 lines and a wavy top over the two lines

The same as it does in other contexts. It means change.