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# A set of numbers placed at fixed distances?

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### What is a set of numbers placed at fixed distances on the side of a graph?

Is that the 'scale'?

### What is a set of numbers placed at fixed distances?

It could be a ruler. Just a number line.

### What is the definition of a set of numbers placed at fixed distances?

A number line or, in 2 or more dimensions a grid.

### What is a set of numbers at fixed distances?

In the branch of algebra called group theory, they are called equivalent classes or residual classes. They are generated with the fixed distance as the basis of the modulo relationship.

an ellipse.

Ocular scale

### Which of these is the best definition of an ellipse?

The set of all points in a plane for which the sum of the distances to two fixed points equals a certain constant. - APEX

### Which term best describes the set of all points in a plane for which the sum of the distances to two fixed points equals a certain constant?

Sounds like an elliptical to me.

### Can 100 be a triangle number?

No. Triangle numbers are a fixed set of numbers that can't be altered to make one certain number turn into a triangle number.

### What term best describes the set of all points in a plane for which the sum of the distances two fixed points equal a certain constant?

You're trying to describe an "ellipse".

### What is a set of mass weights?

It is a set of metal wrights calibrated to measure fixed numbers of units of mass. They will be used to weight things in a mass balance.

### What is the focus of a hyperbola?

The foci (plural of focus, pronounced foh-sigh) are the two points that define a hyperbola: the figure is defined as the set of all points that is a fixed difference of distances from the two points, or foci.