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MATH 11,12,13,14

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EVALUATE To find value of an expression.
APPROXIMENT To estimate. Come close to.
ESTIMATION To give or form an approximation.
IMMPROPER FRACTION A fraction whose numerator is greater than its denominator.
INEQUALITY Mathmatical sentance that shows 2 quantities are not equil.
SIMULATION An activity in which an object or event is represented by something else without any pattern or reference.
ODDS The ratio of favorable outcomes to unforgetable outcomes.
COMPLEMENT All outcomes different from favorable outcome.
COMMON DENOMINATOR A denominator that is the same in 2 or more fractions.
RANDOM Without any pattern or reference.
MULTIPLE The product of a given number and any whole number
FACTOR TREE A diagram showing the prime factorization of a number
PERMUTATION An arrangement of a group of things in a particular order
DEPENDENT EVENT Two or more events in which the outcome of one event affects the outcome of other events
INDEPENDENT EVENT Two or more events in which the outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of the other event
BENCHMARK convenient way to replace fractions that are less than one when estimating
COUNTING PRINCIPLE if there are m outcomes for one event and n outcomes for second event then there are mxn outcomes
COMPOUND EVENT consists of two or more events
Created by: larrymoe