Q: What is data in math terms?

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it is where you have a table of data

the outliar is the number/numbers that/is are off by itself most often ina set of data.

It is numerical information about some characteristic. By contrast, qualitative data might be something like the colour of your eyes, or the name of your maths teacher.

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

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it is where you have a table of data

actual means recieved by the calculation of known data

Interpret, in math terms, means to explain something. You may see a problem that wants to you to "interpret" radicals or other mathematical data, but that just means you have to solve it, and provide the reasoning behind it.

the outliar is the number/numbers that/is are off by itself most often ina set of data.

Simplifying in maths means exactly that: making it less complicated, and reducing it to the fewest terms necessary.

It is numerical information about some characteristic. By contrast, qualitative data might be something like the colour of your eyes, or the name of your maths teacher.

No; since you refer to a math score (and not a math grade), it is ratio data.

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

data

A math expression is a collection of math terms

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

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