On my math test they asked me to justify my answer.
In math terms, it means to prove your answer and make sure it is right.
To justify something in math is to prove it. Example: Justify 4x = 8 when x = 2. When x = 2, 4(2) = 8. Done. By doing this I justified that 4x = 8 when x = 2.
In math terms, it is more or less to make something sound reasonable; but in a way that is less formal than a proof.
It means give logical reasons for whatever you are trying to justify.
the number with the variable. For example, in 6x, the coefficient is 6.
The number line is an axis. The plural of axis is axes.
It means you are certain of something. Example: I am CERTAIN that they will be here soon.
itsan equation with no equal sign. example xyz*334
It means that you are supposed to prove something.
You sound like you're going to fail math this year and trying to justify it.
Explain , or determine . For example , you are asked to solve a problem in math , and it asks you to " JUSTIFY your answer " . So you need to first show how you got your answer , and then give supporting details . Then you close your work together with an sentence that answers the question .