Q: What does term to term mean in maths?

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A formula with an equal sign

It is a term used it probability which mean the frequency of something occuring

It means turning around a fixed point or axis.

my nth term maths is very tuff because its syallabus is changed

It is the amount of three dimensional space occupied by a 3-d shape.

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Term to Term rule in Maths is how much you go up or down in. e.g 1,2,3,4,5,6 would be +1

It is not a mathematical term - it is not specific enough.

A formula with an equal sign

It is a term used it probability which mean the frequency of something occuring

it means put them in order then the middle number

A term is like term one, two, and three. Like report cards that's why you get three.

It means turning around a fixed point or axis.

The answer depends on the context. It could refer to the nth term in a sequence of numbers: T1, T2, ...

In the study of sequences, given a number n, the position to term rule tells you how the nth term of the sequence is calculated.

my nth term maths is very tuff because its syallabus is changed

A prime number is one whose only factors are 1 and itself.

Usually another word for some frequently used mathematical formula.