Q: What do you call terms in math that almost mean the same thing?

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The independent variable is the thing that stays the same throughout the problem.

principal(in terms of math)- the amount you borrow or deposit

There is no such thing or things as quardants in math terms. A quadrant, on the other hand, is either each of the four quarters of the Cartesian plane that is formed by the axes, or the four sectors of a circle formed by any two mutually perpendicular diagonals.

yes math is in every thing

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A mathematician. Or in friendly, informal terms: a math whiz.

Old math teachers never die they just reduce to lowest terms

It helps you with money because Decimals and money are almost the same thing.

The independent variable is the thing that stays the same throughout the problem.

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.

yes they are... congruency means the same thing as equality in math terms.

principal(in terms of math)- the amount you borrow or deposit

congruent

There is no such thing or things as quardants in math terms. A quadrant, on the other hand, is either each of the four quarters of the Cartesian plane that is formed by the axes, or the four sectors of a circle formed by any two mutually perpendicular diagonals.

evaluate means the same thing as solve in most math terms so9^2= 81

A comparison in math terms is when you see if two problems are equal to each other.

A math expression is a collection of math terms