This is called a stereotype
An irrational fear is a phobia.
It means something is crazy or irrational or that someone is crazy or irrational!
pi, in the mathematical term.
It is categories
An intense or irrational fear is called a phobia.
Irrational numbers are infinitely dense. this means that there are infinitely many irrational numbers between any two numbers and so the term "next" has no meaning.
Acarophobia or Entomophobia or Insectophobia.
Ailurophobia is the term for an irrational fear of cats .
All parents are mean and unfair.While some kids might call their parents mean and unfair, other kids might say that their parents are fun, nice, fair, etc.School is fun and easy.This is also a generalization because for some people school is boring and hard.A generalization is when a judgment or statement is made about an entire group of people.What are the choices? Usually a generalization has the word all or every.Example: All dogs hate cats(edit : all of these given are actually stereotypes, generalizations will normally use the term often and do not apply to all members of a group)
The term is listed in the category. It is called Networking.
The category of organic molecules that the term -saccharide refers to is carbohydrate. A carbohydrate is one of the macromolecules found in the body.
There is no particular term for a regular fear of the unknown, but an irrational fear (phobia) of the unknown is xenophobia.
The irrational fear is called a phobia; the experience or object that triggers a phobia could be called a phobic experience or object.
By definition it cannot be ...A decimal numberAn irrational numberA non-counting numberAn imaginary number (not a joke, this is actually a mathematic term!).
There is no category, it is a term for a number of fungi that have a moldy appearance
no if yes, then why is there a term 'irrational numbers'? examples of irrational numbers include: sqrt(2), sqrt(3), sqrt (5), pi, e, 0.10100100010000010000001... etc.
There is no name. Although homophobia seems more a hatred than a fear, gay people are rightly apprehensive of irrational hostility from alcohol fuelled thugs. Take care and be careful where you go. There is no term as of right now, because no one has made a word for them yet. Usually the idea of ignorant and irrational fear/hatred is a label homosexuals put on "homophobes". "Homophobes" will tend to condemn homosexuality as sin rather than accuse irrational fear.
This term of "graying" refers to the aging population in a society. Normally, at least in western European countries, the USA, Canada and Australia, "graying" is generally used for people moving in age past 65. This is a generalization.
No, it is not. It is an irrational number we often use the term "radical two" to name.