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Math spelling

Numeral A symbol, such as a letter, figure, or word, used alone or in a group to stand for a number.
Dimensions A measure os a spatial extent, especially w, l, h.
Proportion A part considered in relation to the whole.
Exponent Any number or symbol placed to the right and above another number, Then multiplied by itself.
Geometry The Mathematics of the properties, measurement, relation of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solid.
Minimum The least possible quantity.
Algebra A generalization of arithmetics in which symbols, usually letters of the alphebet, repressent numbers in a equation.
Congruent Coinciding exactly.
Diameter A straight line passing throw the center of a circle.
Sphere 3D, All points of which are equal lengths from a fixed point.
Diagonal Having a slanted direction.
Probability A number expressing the likelihood of occurrence of a specific event.
Estimate To calculate approximately.
Mathematics The study of number, form, arrangement, and associated relationships using literal, numerical, and operational symbols.
Capacity A measure of ability to receive, hold, or absorb.
Graph A drawing that exhibits a relationship between 2 sets of number as a set of points having coordinates determined by the relationship.
Cylinder A figure generated by a straight line moving parallel to a fixed straight line and intersecting a plane curve.
Solution The method of process of solving a problem.
Maximum The greatest possible quantity.
Calculate To execute a mathematical process.
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