difference means an answer to a subraction problem.
a positive number
Difference is a subtraction word. What is the difference between 5 and 2 = 3
The difference means to subtract the two numbers provided.
In math terms difference means to subtract. :)not the same not the same
A unit vector in the positive direction of the y-axis.
In mathematical terms, a number x is less than y if y - x is positive.
It means subtraction. Example: What is the difference of 9 and 5? 9-5=4 The difference (or answer) is 4!
when you are finished with everything what is the difference from where you started to when you ended
If the terms get bigger as you go along, the common difference is positive. If they get smaller, the common difference is negative and if they stay the same then the common difference is 0.
Minuend - Subtrahend = Difference. See related link for these and more Math Terms.
The range of a group of numbers is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers
principal(in terms of math)- the amount you borrow or deposit
difference is always subtraction. Example: The difference between 7 and 4 is 3. that word problem would be written: 7 - 4 = 3
In math terms, pi, means 3.14, which is a everlasting decimal, that is just rounded to make your math easier. So pi, means 3.14 in math terms.
In a set of numbers, the range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers in the set.
in math ,algebra, arithmetic
A math expression is a collection of math terms
It means that the number is greater than zero - or further to the right on the number line, the way it is commonly displayed.
A comparison in math terms is when you see if two problems are equal to each other.
It means minus. Example... What is the difference between 7 and 4? Answer.... 3
divisor, dividend, divide, denominator, degree, dodecahedron, diameter, difference, double
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There is no difference between potential difference and potential drop. Both terms refer to the difference in voltage (i.e. potential) across a component. Depending on how you look at it, both terms can refer to positive or negative differences, i.e. drop, for instance, can be negative, implying a rise.
in math terms, specifically statistics, the outcome is the results expressed as part of the total.