Q: What is a special case in math with an example?

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cube * * * * * A hexahedron of which a parallelepiped is a special case. A cuboid is a special case of a parallelepiped and a cube is an even more specific example.

"Subset" IS the math term in this case.

A square box. A special case is a cube or playing die.

A rectangle, and as a special case, a square.A rectangle, and as a special case, a square.A rectangle, and as a special case, a square.A rectangle, and as a special case, a square.

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A special case happens when the particular formula doesn't apply to a particular equation.

when you change the variable (letter) in to numbers in a number sentence (2 x 5)+(b+g) to (2 x 5) + (5+9) as example

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They are all next to eachother when counting normally example: 1,2,3 or, 23,24,25,26 When doing certain math equasions, you will also use consecutive numbers. In that case, they are special becuse they all add up to the number and they are all next to eachother when counting normally

cube * * * * * A hexahedron of which a parallelepiped is a special case. A cuboid is a special case of a parallelepiped and a cube is an even more specific example.

History is anon-example of math.

According to the site Math Planet, 'A compound inequality contains at least two inequalities that are separated by either "and" or "or".' In the case of "and", a compound inequality such as x > -1 and x < 2 can also be written as: -1 < x < 2 (I also took this example from Math Planet.) There is no such shortcut for the "or" case.

"Subset" IS the math term in this case.

A square box. A special case is a cube or playing die.

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One who prosecutes special offenses or in special situations. For example it could be that the Defendant has a conflict of interest with the prosecutor's office, judge, or other person involved in the case.