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The data which we can not count.
Undecagon (Hendecagon ) :
An 11-sided polygon (a flat shape with straight sides).
Undefined slope :
Slope is given by the formula as
m = (y2 -y1)/(x2 -x1); when the denominator is zero then it is undefined slope.
Undefined terms :
The fundamental components of an axiomatic system whose understanding is agreed upon but not formally defined. In geometry undefined terms traditionally include point, line, and plane.
Not equal. The symbol is ≠ .
Union of sets :
The union of two or more sets is the set of all elements contained in at least one of the sets.
Unit circle :
A circle drawn with unit(1cm) radius.
Unit Fraction :
A fraction where the top number (the "numerator") is 1.
Throughout the same.
Unit of Measurement :
A quantity used as a standard of measurement.
Unit Price :
The cost per liter, per kilogram, per pound, etc, of what you want to buy.
How many ones. How many single items.
Used to show the "ones" place value (units, tens, hundreds, etc).
Univariate Data :
Data for one variable.
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A logical argument supported by known facts or assumed axioms; an argument in which the premise leads to a conclusion.
A symbol for a number we don't know yet. It is usually a letter like x or y.
A quantity that has both magnitude and direction; represented geometrically by a directed line segment.
Vertex of an angle:
The point of intersection of the two rays that form the sides of the angle.
Vertex of a polygon
A point where the edges of a polygon intersect.
Vertex of a cone or pyramid:
The fixed point, not in the plane of the base, to which all points on the perimeter of the base are connected.
The two nonadjacent angles formed when two lines intersect.
A vinculum is the horizontal line used to separate the numerator and denominator in a fraction.
It can also be any horizontal line placed over an expression to show that everything below the line is one group.
A measure of the number of cubic units needed to fill the space inside a solid figure.
Vulgar Fraction :
Another word for Common Fraction.
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