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Q: What does about mean in mathematical terms?

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A mathematical sentence usually refers to an equation. x + y = 3 can be "translated" into this mathematical sentence: The sum of x and y is 3.

By itself, nothing: it all depends on the context. epsilon is a letter of the Greek alphabet which is used in calculus to represent a very small number.

The derivative of cosine of x is simply the negative sine of x. In mathematical terms f'(x) = d/dx[cos(x)] = -sin(x)

This isn't an inequality, but a mathematical "expression". In order to have an inequality that can be solved, there must be an inequality symbol between two mathematical expressions. Nancy

Because when the system of logarithms with the base 'e' was defined and tabulated, it was entitled with the identifying label of "Natural Logarithms". ---------------------------------- My improvement: The natural log base is e (a numerical constant of about 2.718). It is chosen as a log base since there is a mathematical series (a "string" of mathematical numerical terms to be summed) for calculating a logarithm (ie. exponent of the base) of a number, which has a base of e. Series for calculating logarithms with bases other than e have basically not been developed.

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It means "a Mathematical Expression".

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it mean triple

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It means the amount.

the volume of mean: the total average

In mathematics, mean stands for average.

Inspiration is not a mathematical term. It, therefore, means what it does in normal usage.

score means 20!!

The product is the result of multiplication.

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