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desecrate math


slope intercept linear equation Y=MX+B
area of a square length of side squared
volume of a cylinder pie times radius squared times height
volume of a sphere 4pieR cubed over 3
30-60-90 triangle
sin side opposite over hypotenuse
cosin side adjacent over hypotenuse
secant hypotenuse over side adjacent
perimeter/rectangle 2 times length + 2 times width
circumference/ circle 2 times pie times radius
acute angle an angle with a measure of less then 90 degrees
area the space within a closed plane figure measured in square units
cube root a number that when raised to the third power will yield a second given number
prime number numbers that are evenly divisible only by themselves and one
composite number a number that can only be divided evenly by more than itself and one
mixed number a term that has both a whole number part and a fractional part
mode most often number
monomial an algebraic expression with only one term
parallel lines lines that never intersect regardless of how far they are are extended
mean the sum of all items divided by the number of items
Created by: mitchel