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## Popular Algebra sets

View alla number by which another number is to be divided.

a number to be divided by another number.

a quantity by which amounts differ; the remainder left after subtraction of one value from another.

c: they focus on interpersonal relations among the members

d: it deals with treatment of psychotic discorders

d: prevent an array of educational deficits and psychological problems

## Popular Applied Math sets

View allfactual information criticism opinions

what can be proven to be true

the expression of disapproval of someone or something based on perceived faults or mistakes

problem domain

brainstorming technique

noun technique

## Popular Arithmetic sets

View allthe distance a number is from zero on a number line; always positive

a way of plotting locations in a 2-dimensional space using a horizontal number line and a vertical number line

used to compare two numbers when the first number is larger than the second number

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## Popular Calculus sets

View allf(x)=x Domain: (-∞ ,∞ ) Range: (-∞ ,∞ ) Odd Function

f(x)=x^2 Domain (-∞ ,∞ ) Range (0,∞ ) Even Function

f(x) = x^3 Domain: (-∞,+∞) Range: (-∞,+∞) Odd Function

Solving a 6 order system

1 solution

1 solution

## Popular Discrete Math sets

View allProbability refers to how likely something is to happen.

There are two types of probability: - Theoretical probability. - Experimental probability.

1. Theoretical Probability: Probability based on reasoning written as a ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes. It is the theory behind probability.

Set Theory

A collection of objects whose contents can be clearly determined

The objects in a set

## Popular Geometry sets

View allTwo angles that add up to 90 degrees

A pair of opposite angles made when two lines cross. They will always be equal

two angles that share the same vertex and have a common side

This is an angle whose measure is between 0 degrees and 90 degrees is called an ____ ____.

A triangle in which all of the angles are smaller than 90° is called an ____ ____.

These are two angles in a plane which share a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap.

## Popular Math Foundations sets

View allhow many factors of the base to be multiplied

a metric unit of length equal to one-thousandth of a meter

0 to 9 they make numbers

a²+ b²= c²

## Popular Mathematical Analysis sets

View allcollection of objects

Y is a subset of X if for every y in Y there is a y in X

contains no elements

Integer, Rational, Real

Irrational & Real

Rational & Real

## Popular Probability sets

View allwhat is the probability of getting two heads on two tosses of a coin?

A bag contains 1 red marble, 3 green and 4 blue. What is the probability of picking a green marble on the first draw?

A bag contains 1 red marble, 3 green, 4 blue. What is the probability of picking a yellow marble on the first draw?

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No. When a probability is based on an empirical experiment, a probability of zero does not mean that the event cannot occur. The probability of an event E is approximately the number of times event E is observed divided by the number of repetitions of the experiment, as shown below. Just because the event is not observed, does not mean that the event is impossible.

An event is unusual if it has a low probability of occurring. The choice of a cutoff should consider the context of the problem.

## Popular Statistics sets

View allAttempt to contact every individual in the entire population.

A specific experimental condition applied to the units/subjects

Systematically favors certain outcomes

p-value and critical value

alternative hypothesis

a true null hypothesis is rejected

## Popular Math sets

View alla number by which another number is to be divided.

a number to be divided by another number.

a quantity by which amounts differ; the remainder left after subtraction of one value from another.

p-value and critical value

alternative hypothesis

a true null hypothesis is rejected

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the distance a number is from zero on a number line; always positive

a way of plotting locations in a 2-dimensional space using a horizontal number line and a vertical number line

used to compare two numbers when the first number is larger than the second number