# Math

## AsymetryMath

Technical

The absence of symetry - which is otherwise defined as the exact agreement of parts on opposite sides of a line.   In asymetry, there is difference between two sides of a line - commonly to a higher degree (when asymetry is used to describe a lopsidedness or imbalance).

## DataMath

Technical

Information expressed in numbers OR factual information that is organized for analysis.

## HypotenuseMath

Technical

The longest side of a right triangle.

## Order of OperationsMath

Technical

In math, the rule set that identifies the order in which computations - such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division - must be performed.

## Parallel lines (...in math)Math

Technical

Lines that never meet, and always remain the same distance apart.

## PolygonMath

Technical

A close planed figure that has three or more sides.

## Prime numberMath

Technical

A whole number that is greater than 1 - and has only itself and 1 as factors.

## ProbabilityMath

Technical

The likelihood or chance of an event occuring.  Can be expressed generally (i.e. high or low) - or as a percentage anywhere from 0 to 100%.

## Range (...of numbers)Math

Technical

The difference between the largest and least value in a data set.

## Reciprocal Math

Technical

For any non-zero number x, the reciprocal is 1/x.  This reciprocal 1/x is also called the multiplicative inverse of that number - but calling it the reciprocal is easier & more common.

## Similar (...in math terms)Math

Technical

Figures that have the same shape, but are not the same in size.

## Slope (...in math terms)Math

Technical

The measure of a line's steepness as expressed in the form --  >    slope=rise/run.

## Solution (...in math terms)Math

Technical

The value of a variable that will make an open statement true.

## Supplementary anglesMath

Technical

Two angles whose sum of their measures equals 180 degrees.

## Symetry Math

Technical

The exact agreement of parts on opposite sides of line.  In contrast to asymetry where there is difference between two sides of a line - commonly to a higher degree (when asymetry is used to describe a lopsidedness or imbalance).