Vulcan | English | Description | Category |
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(is-)kek | function | a variable so related to another that for each value assumed by one there is a value determined for the other (noun) | math |

(vul-)mes-zehl | diagonal | (math) a set of entries in a square matrix running diagonally either from the upper left to lower right entry or running from the upper right to lower left entry; (geom) a straight line connecting any two vertices of a polygon that are not adjacent | math |

abomesauk | inverse | of or relating to an inverse or an inverse function. | math |

abru-su'us | numerator | the expression written above the line in a common fraction to indicate the number of parts of the whole | math |

abru-vulu | obtuse angle | an angle greater than 90° and less than 180° | math |

ashenek-gavlar | exponent laws | exponent laws | math |

ashenek-kek | exponential function | exponential function | math |

ashenek-ketilaya | exponential integration | exponential integration | math |

ashenek-to'ovaya | exponential growth | growth at an alarming rate, based on a mathematical formula | math |

ashenek-weizehl | exponential series | exponential series | math |

ashivaya | iteration | the computational procedure in which a cycle of operations is repeated, often to approximate the desired result more closely | math |

ayau-keh-vla | rhombus | am equilateral parallelogram | math |

ayayik keh-vla | rhombohedron | a prism with six faces, each a rhombus | math |

ayayik leh-dah-muk | rhombidodecadodecahedron | a uniform polyhedron U38 whose dual polyhedron is the medial deltoidal hexecontahedron | math |

azehl | ray | a straight line extending from a point; also called half-line | math |

bol-vul | critical angle | the smallest angle of incidence for which light is totally reflected | math |

bov | average | a statistic describing the location of a distribution (noun) | math |

bov | mean | a number that typifies a set of numbers, such as a geometric mean or an arithmetic mean; the average value of a set of numbers | math |

dah-ashenek-ketilaya | double exponential integration | double exponential integration | math |

dah-ashenek-sagan | double exponential distribution | double exponential distribution | math |

dah-kaik reh-vla | isosceles triangle | a triangle with two equal sides | math |

dah-kaik wuh-vlavia-vel | isosceles trapezoid | a trapezoid in which the base angles are equal | math |

dah-ketil | double integral | an integral in which the integrand involves a function of two variables and that requires two applications of the integration process to evaluate | math |

dah-vlavia-vel | parallelogram | a quadrilateral whose opposite sides are both parallel and equal in length | math |

dah-weizehl | double series | a double sum is a series having terms depending on two indices | math |

dahlefau | bisect | cut in half or cut in two; "bisect a line" | math |

dahpul-ketil | quadratic integral | quadratic integral | math |

dahpul-nik-tok | quadratic formula | the formula x = [-b ± (b2 - 4ac)]/2a, used to compute the roots of a quadratic equation | math |

dahpul-vo'ihn | quadratic equation | an equation in which one or more of the terms is squared but raised to no higher power, having the general form ax2 + bx + c = 0 | math |

dahsau-nosahp | quotient | the number obtained by dividing one quantity by another; in 45 ÷ 3 = 15, 15 is the quotient | math |

dahsayek | divisor | divisor | math |

dakhvalu | parabola | a plane curve formed by the intersection of a right circular cone and a plane parallel to an element of the curve | math |

dakhvalu-krus | parabolic segment | parabolic segment | math |

dakhvalu-sfek | parabolic point | a point p on a regular surface is said to be parabolic if K(p)=0 but S(p) does not =0 | math |

dakhvalu-shi-kethellar | parabolic coordinates | a system of curvilinear coordinates in which two sets of coordinate surfaces are obtained by revolving the parabolas about the x-axis | math |

ek'es-teretaya | absolute convergence | convergence of a mathematical series when the absolute values of the terms are taken | math |

ek'kal | sphere | a three-dimensional surface, all points of which are equidistant from a fixed point; a spherical object or figure | math |

ek'kal-khlop-thonik su'us-ek'tal | spherical geometry | the geometry of circles, angles, and figures on the surface of a sphere | math |

ek'kal-reh-vlupik su'us-ek'tal | spherical trigonometry | the modified form of trigonometry applied to spherical triangles | math |

ek'kat | constant | a number representing a quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context; e.g. the speed of light is a constant (noun) | math |

ek'su'us | integer | a member of the set of positive whole numbers {1, 2, 3, . . . }, negative whole numbers {-1, -2, -3, . . . }, and zero {0}. | math |

ek'su'us | whole number | a member of the set of positive integers and zero; a positive integer; an integer | math |

eku-svitan | locus | the set or configuration of all points whose coordinates satisfy a single equation or one or more algebraic conditions | math |

el'toraya | operation | a process or action, such as addition, substitution, transposition etc. performed in a specified sequence and in accordance with specific rules | math |

el'torayek | operator | a function, especially one from a set to itself, such as differentiation of a differentiable function or rotation of a vector | math |

eshenek-sagan | exponential distribution | exponential distribution | math |

faika-natilak | exact differential | an expression that is the total differential of some function | math |

faika-vo'ihn | exact equation | a certain kind of ordinary differential equation which is widely used in physics and engineering | math |

fek-besan | bar graph | a chart with bars whose lengths are proportional to quantities | math |

fna-thon | diameter | the length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference | math |

fnakaya | intercept | the coordinate of a point at which a line, curve, or surface intersects a coordinate axis (noun) | math |

gas-vulu | right angle | an angle formed by the perpendicular intersection of two straight lines; an angle of 90° | math |

gas-vulu-vel | rectangle | a four-sided plane figure with four right angles | math |

gas-vuluyik reh-vla | right triangle | a triangle with one right angle | math |

glenon-sfek | imaginary point | a pair of values x and y one or both of which is complex a pair of values x and y one or both of which is complex | math |

glenon-su'us | imaginary number | a complex number in which the imaginary part is not zero | math |

grei-sfek | limit point | a mathematical value toward which a function goes as the independent variable approaches infinity | math |

hau-ov | sum | an amount obtained as a result of adding numbers (anc.) | math |

haul-pa'ashtra | mirror plane | the symmetry operation (x,y,z) --> (x,y,-z) , etc., which is equivalent to 2 (with a line over it), where the bar denotes an improper rotation. | math |

haya | addition | the act or process of adding, especially the process of computing with sets of numbers so as to find their sum | math |

heh | plus | increased by the addition of, as in one plus one; positive or on the positive part of a scale | math |

ikun | cone | the surface generated by a straight line, the generator, passing through a fixed point, the vertex, and moving along a fixed curve, the directrix (VLI) | math |

ikun-fna-krus | conic section | (geometry) a curve generated by the intersection of a plane and a circular cone | math |

ka'pra | calculate | to ascertain by computation; reckon; to make an estimate of; evaluate | math |

ka-pidvalu | equilateral hyperbola | equilateral hyperbola | math |

ka-reh-kamu | equilateral root | equilateral root | math |

ka-reh-kesek | equilateral arch | equilateral arch | math |

ka-reh-vla | equilateral triangle | equilateral triangle | math |

ka-vla | isohedron | a convex polyhedron with symmetries acting transitively on its faces, every isohedron has an even number of faces, e.g. dice | math |

ka-wehk-vla | equilateral polygon | equilateral polygon | math |

kafun-sagan | random distribution | a statistical distribution in which the variates occur with probabilities asymptotically matching their "true" underlying statistical distribution | math |

kafun-su'us | random number | a number selected from a known set of numbers in such a way that each number in the set has the same probability of occurrence | math |

kafun-vuhnayek | random variable | a variable whose values are random but whose statistical distribution is known | math |

kakratulek | coefficient | a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic | math |

kal | node | the point at which a continuous curve crosses itself | math |

kau-leh-vla | pentadecagon | a 15-sided figure | math |

kau-muk | pentahedron | any polyhedron having five plane faces | math |

kau-vla | pentagon | a polygon having five sides and five interior angles | math |

kau-vla-rekun | pentagonal pyramid | a pyramid with a pentagonal base | math |

kau-vla-su'us | pentagonal number | a polygonal number of the form n(3n-1)/2; the first few are 1, 5, 12, 22, 35, 51, 70, ... | math |

kau-vla-takurek | pentagonal prism | a prism, heptahedron, and uniform polyhedron whose dual polyhedron is the pentagonal dipyramid. A prism, heptahedron, and uniform polyhedron | math |

kau-vlayik leh-dah-muk | pentagonal dodecahedron | having five corners or angles | math |

keh-leh-muk | tetradecahedron | a 14-sided polyhedron, sometimes called a tetrakaidecahedron. | math |

keh-leh-vla | tetradecagon | a 14-sided polygon, sometimes called a tetrakaidecagon | math |

keh-muk | tetrahedron | a polyhedron with four faces | math |

keh-sheh-muk | tetrahexahedron | a solid in the isometric system, bounded by twenty-four equal triangular faces, four corresponding to each face of the cube | math |

keh-vel | quadrilateral | a polygon having four sides (noun) | math |

keh-vla | square | a plane figure having four equal sides; something having an equal-sided rectangular form | math |

keh-vla | tetragon | a four-sided polygon; a quadrilateral | math |

kek'yed | theorem | a proposition that has been or is to be proved on the basis of explicit assumptions | math |

kes-pi'krus | arc second | the unit of angular measure equal to 1/60 of an arc minute, or 1/3600 of a degree | math |

kes-suk'krus | arc minute | the unit of angular measurement equal to one sixtieth of a degree, or 60 seconds | math |

ketil-su'us-ek'tal | integral calculus | the study of integration and its uses, such as in finding volumes, areas, and solutions of differential equations (MGV dialect of VLI) | math |

ketil-vo'ihn | integral equation | an equation involving a function f(x) and integrals of that function to solved for f(x) | math |

ketilik pitoh-su'us-ek'tal | integral calculus | the study of integration and its uses, such as in finding volumes, areas, and solutions of differential equations (TGV dialect of VLI) | math |

khlop-thon-sagan | geometric distribution | a discrete probability distribution that describes the probability that a Bernoulli process will have its first success on the nth trial | math |

khlop-thon-weizehl | geometric series | an infinite series of the form a + ax + ax2 + ax3 + . . . | math |

khlop-thon-zehlanaya | geometric sequence | a sequence (finite or infinite) of real numbers for which each term is the previous term multiplied by a constant (called the common ratio) | math |

khlop-thonik su'us-ek'tal | geometry | the mathematics of the properties, measurement, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids | math |

kilkau-torek | algorithm | a step-by-step problem-solving procedure for solving a problem in a finite number of steps | math |

klayanek | factorial | the product of a series of consecutive positive integers from 1 to a given number | math |

kr'lar | cubit | any short archaic non-standard measurement/non metric unit of distance | math |

kreu'sho'ru | cone | the surface generated by a straight line, the generator, passing through a fixed point, the vertex, and moving along a fixed curve, the directrix | math |

kril-kek | harmonic function | any real function u(x,y) with continuous second partial derivatives which satisfies Laplace's equation | math |

kril-su'us | harmonic number | The harmonic number is a positive integer giving one less than the number of maxima in a standing wave | math |

kril-vo'ihn | harmonic equation | the scalar form of Laplace's equation is the partial differential equation | math |

kril-weizehl | harmonic series | a series whose terms are in harmonic progression, especially the series 1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/4 + …. | math |

kril-zehlanaya | harmonic sequence | a sequence of numbers in which the terms are in harmonic progression | math |

kruhk | gnomon | the geometric figure that remains after a parallelogram has been removed from a similar but larger parallelogram with which it shares a corner | math |

krus-eku | subset | a set contained within a set | math |

krusat | sector | the portion of a circle bounded by two radii and the included arc | math |

krusek | fraction | an expression that indicates the quotient of two quantities, such as 1/3 | math |

krusit-weizehl | alternating series | a mathematical series in which consecutive terms are alternatively positive and negative | math |

kulan | helix | a three-dimensional curve that lies on a cylinder or cone, so that its angle to a plane perpendicular to the axis is constant | math |

kulan | spiral | a curve on a plane that winds around a fixed center point at a continuously increasing or decreasing distance from the point | math |

leh- | decimal | divided by tens or hundreds; numbered or proceeding by tens; based on ten (adjective) | math |

leh-dah | duodecimal | duodecimal (adjective); pertaining to twelve or twelfths; reckoning by twelves | math |

leh-dahik | duodecimal | duodecimal; pertaining to twelve or twelfths; reckoning by twelves | math |

leh-kau-vla | pentakaidecagon | a 15-sided polygon, sometimes also called the pentadecagon Pentadecagon | math |

leh-keh-muk | tetrahaidecahedron | a 14-sided polyhedron, sometimes called a tetradecahedron | math |

leh-keh-vla | tetrakaidecagon | a 14-sided polygon, sometimes called a tetradecagon | math |

leh-muk | decahedron | any polyhedron having ten plane faces | math |

leh-nau-via | nonadecagon | old term for a 19-sided polygon; not used any more | math |

leh-oh-vla | octakaidecagon | an 18-sided polygon, sometimes also called an octadecagon | math |

leh-reh-vla | triskaidecagon | a 13-sided polygon, sometimes also called the tridecagon | math |

leh-sheh-vla | hexadecagon | a 16-sided polygon, sometimes also called a hexakaidecagon | math |

leh-steh-vla | heptadecagon | a polygon having seventeen sides | math |

leh-vla | decagon | a polygon with 10 sides and 10 angles | math |

lehik | decimal | a proper fraction whose denominator is a power of 10; a number in the decimal system | math |

luf-vulu | oblique angle | an angle, such as an acute or obtuse angle, that is not a right angle or a multiple of a right angle | math |

malat-su'us | natural number | the number 1 and any other number obtained by adding 1 to it repeatedly | math |

malat-talashenek | natural logarithm | the logarithm to the base e, where e is approximately equal to 2.71828... | math |

malat-vo'ihn | natural equation | an equation which specifies a curve independent of any choice of coordinates or parameterization | math |

mog'es | volume | the amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object or region of space, expressed in cubic units; the capacity of such a region or of a specified container, expressed in cubic units (math, physics) | math |

na-shi-kethellar | polar coordinates | either of two coordinates, the radius or the polar angle, that together specify the position of a point in a plane | math |

na-vulu | polar angle | the angle formed by the polar axis and the radius vector in a polar coordinate system | math |

natesh | modulus | the absolute value of a complex number | math |

natilak | differential | the result of mathematical differentiation; the instantaneous change of one quantity relative to another; df(x)/dx | math |

natilak-el'torayek | differential operator | an operator defined as a function of the differentiation operator | math |

natilak-khlop-thonik su'us-ek'tal | differential geometry | the study of geometry using differential calculus | math |

natilak-vo'ihn | differential equation | an equation containing differentials of a function | math |

natilauk pitoh-su'us-ek'tal | differential calculus | the part of calculus that deals with the variation of a function with respect to changes in the independent variable (or variables) by means of the concepts of derivative and differential | math |

nau-muk | nonahedron | a nine-faced polyhedron | math |

nau-via | nonagon | a polygon with nine sides | math |

ne-su'us | denominator | the divisor of a fraction | math |

neh-leh-torektra | decimal system | a positional system of numeration that uses decimal digits and a base of 10 | math |

nen-su'us | base | the positive integer that is equivalent to one in the next higher counting place | math |

nen-su'us | elementary number | elementary number | math |

nen-su'us-ek-tal | arithmetic | the mathematics of integers, rational numbers, real numbers, or complex numbers under addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division | math |

nen-torektra | fundamental system | a set of algebraic invariants for a quantic such that any invariant of the quantic is expressible as a polynomial in members of the set | math |

nen-travek | fundamental group | a group associated with every point of a topological space and conveying information about the 1-dimensional structure of the space | math |

nenat-su'us | prime number | a positive integer not divisible without a remainder by any positive integer other than itself and one | math |

nenat-wehk-zhil | prime polynomial | there exists a polynomial in 10 variables with integer coefficients such that the set of primes equals the set of positive values of this polynomial | math |

ner-vuhnayek | dependent variable | (statistics) a variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value depends in the independent variable; if f(x)=y, y is the dependent variable | math |

nerau-kek-vuhnayek | argument | the independent variable of a function; the angle of a complex number measured from the positive horizontal axis (VLI) | math |

nodo-sfek | fixed point | a method of writing numerical quantities with a predetermined number of digits with a fixed decimal pt. | math |

nosahek | quantifier | an operator that limits the variables of a proposition, as some or all; a linguistic form that expresses a contrast in quantity, as some, all, or many | math |

nup | fractal | a geometric pattern that is repeated at ever smaller scales to produce irregular shapes and surfaces that cannot be represented by classical geometry | math |

nus-nisan | parametric test | a statistical test that depends on an assumption about the distribution of the data, e.g., that the data are normally distributed. | math |

nus-vo'ihn | parametric equation | any of a set of equations that express the coordinates of the points of a curve as functions of one parameter | math |

oh-leh-vla | octadecagon | an 18-sided polygon, sometimes also called an octakaidecagon | math |

oh-muk | octahedron | any polyhedron having eight plane faces | math |

oh-vla | octagon | a polygon with eight sides and eight angles | math |

ov'din | angle | the figure formed by two planes diverging from a common line; the figure formed by two lines diverging from a common point | math |

ovus | total | an amount obtained by addition; a sum (noun) (anc.) | math |

pa'ashtra | plane | a surface containing all the straight lines that connect any two points on it | math |

pa'ashtra-besan | planar graph | a graph that can be drawn on a piece of paper so that no edges intersect | math |

pa'ashtra-dahsaya | plane division | plane division | math |

pa'ashtra-ir | planar distance | planar distance | math |

pa'ashtra-khlop-thonik su'us-ek'tal | plane geometry | the geometry of planar figures; the geometry of 2-dimensional figures | math |

pa'ashtra-sfek | planar point | planar point | math |

pa'ashtra-tsa | plane curve | a bending without angles; that which is bent; a flexure; as, a curve in a railway or canal | math |

pa'es-rak | general position | an arrangement of points with no three collinear, or of lines with no three concurrent | math |

pa'thon | perimeter | the closed curve bounding a plane area; the length of such a boundary; the outer limits of an area | math |

pa-thon t'da-kuv | circumference | the size of something as given by the distance around it; the length of the closed curve of a circle | math |

pid-khlop-kek | hypergeometric function | is a function which can be defined in the form of a hypergeometric series | math |

pid-khlop-sagan | hypergeometric distribution | a probability function that gives the probability of obtaining exactly x elements of one kind and n - x elements of another | math |

pid-khlop-weizehl | hypergeometric series | is a series for which c0 = 1 and the ratio of consecutive terms is a rational function of the summation index k | math |

pidvalu | hyperbola | an open curve formed by a plane that cuts the base of a right circular cone | math |

pidvalu-khlop-thonik su'us-ek'tal | hyperbolic geometry | geometry in which it is assumed that through any point there are two or more parallel lines that do not intersect a given line in the plane | math |

pidvalu-pa'ashtra | hyperbolic plane | In the hyperbolic plane H2, a pair of lines can be parallel, can intersect, or can be hyperparallel | math |

pidvalu-sfek | hyperbolic point | A point p on a regular surface is said to be hyperbolic if the Gaussian curvature or the principal curvatures K1 and K2 have opposite signs. | math |

pih-da-sfek | Z-axis | one of three axes in a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system | math |

pitoh-su'us-ek'tal | calculus | the branch of mathematics that deals with limits and the differentiation and integration of functions of one or more variables | math |

pul'es | magnitude | a number assigned to a quantity so that it may be compared with other quantities | math |

raf-kuv-thon | circular measure | measurement of angles in radians | math |

reh-leh-vla | tridecagon | a 13-sided polygon, sometimes also called the triskaidecagon | math |

reh-muk | trihedron | a figure formed by three planes meeting at a point; also called trihedral | math |

reh-oh-muk | trisoctahedron | a solid figure having 24 equal faces, every three of which correspond to one face of an octahedron | math |

reh-vla | triangle | the plane figure formed by connecting three points not in a straight line by straight line segments; a three-sided polygon | math |

reh-vlupik su'us-ek'tal | trigonometry | the branch of mathematics that deals with the relationships between the sides and the angles of triangles and the calculations based on them, particularly the trigonometric functions | math |

rehs'us | cube | the product of three equal terms (number) | math |

rehs'us-gir | cube root | a number that when multiplied three times equals a given number | math |

rehsau | cube | to raise to the third power (verb) | math |

rehsu'us | trinomial | consisting of three names or terms, as a taxonomic designation; consisting of three terms | math |

rika-reh-vla | scalene triangle | a triangle with no two sides of equal length | math |

rika-reh-vlayik wehk-muk | scalenohedron | a pyramidal form under the rhombohedral system, inclosed by twelve faces, each a scalene triangle | math |

rish-krusek | mixed fraction | An improper fraction p/q>1 written in the form n+r/s, for example, 1 1/2 (one and one half) | math |

riu-rak | nonnegative | of, relating to, or being a quantity that is either positive or zero | math |

sagir | radical | the root of a quantity as indicated by the radical sign | math |

sakuvu | radius | a line segment that joins the center of a circle or sphere with any point on its circumference | math |

sakwitau-vul | deflection angle | the angle at a point on the earth between the direction of a plumb line (the vertical) and the perpendicular (the normal) to the reference spheroid | math |

sames-vulu-zehl | hypotenuse | the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle. | math |

sanem-tor | subtract | to take away; deduct; to perform the arithmetic operation of subtraction | math |

saneman | subtraction | the arithmetic operation of finding the difference between two quantities or numbers | math |

sasuhlitaya | permutation | a rearrangement of the elements of a set | math |

satau-weizehl | divergent series | an infinite series whose partial sums are divergent | math |

satau-zehlanaya | divergent sequence | a sequence that is not convergent | math |

sateh | percent | one part in a hundred; a percentage or portion | math |

sateh'es | percentage | a fraction or ratio with 100 understood as the denominator; for example, 0.98 equals a percentage of 98 | math |

sazeh- | perpendicular | being at right angles to the horizontal; vertical; intersecting at or forming right angles (adj.) | math |

sazehik | perpendicular | being at right angles to the horizontal; vertical; intersecting at or forming right angles (adj.) | math |

seht-su'us | algebraic number | root of an algebraic equation with rational coefficients | math |

seht-su'us- | algebraic | designating an expression, equation, or function in which only numbers, letters, and arithmetic operations are contained or used (adj.) | math |

seht-su'us-ek'tal | algebra | a branch of mathematics which may be defined as the generalization and extension of arithmetic; the mathematics of generalized arithmetical operations | math |

seht-su'us-ek'tal t'Seshet | Boolean algebra | a system of symbolic logic devised by George Boole; used in computers | math |

seht-su'us-kek | algebraic function | a quantity whose connection with the variable is expressed by an equation that involves only the algebraic operations | math |

seht-su'usik | algebraic | designating an expression, equation, or function in which only numbers, letters, and arithmetic operations are contained or used (adj.) | math |

sfek-da-kuv | point circle | point circle | math |

sfek-pa'ashtra-ir | point-plane distance | point-plane distance | math |

sfek-sfek-ir | point-point distance | point-point distance | math |

sfek-zehl-ir | point-line distance | point-line distance | math |

shai'us | square | the product obtained when a number or quantity is multiplied by itself (e.g. 49 is the square of 7) | math |

shai-us-gir | square root | a divisor of a quantity that when squared gives the quantity (e.g. the square roots of 25 are 5 and -5 because 5 × 5 = 25 and (-5) × (-5) = 25) | math |

shaik su'us | odd number | designating an integer not divisible by two, such as 1, 3, and 5 | math |

shalat | quadrant | a circular arc of 90°; one fourth of the circumference of a circle; the plane area bounded by such an arc and two perpendicular radii | math |

sheh-muk | hexahedron | a polyhedron, such as a cube, that has six faces | math |

sheh-oh-muk | hexoctahedron | a solid having forty-eight equal triangular faces | math |

sheh-vla | hexagon | a polygon having six sides | math |

shi-kethel | coordinate | a number that identifies a position relative to an axis (noun) | math |

shihvek-besan | pie chart | a circular graph having radii dividing the circle into sectors proportional in angle and area to the relative size of the quantities represented | math |

si-vulu | exterior angle | any of 4 angles formed on the outside of 2 straight lines by a straight line cutting across them | math |

sih-da-sfek | X-axis | the horizontal axis of a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system; one of three axes in a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system | math |

skonn-zehlik | geodesic | the shortest line between two points on any mathematically defined surface | math |

snem-ikun | truncated cone | a a frustum (a truncated cone or pyramid; the part that is left when a cone or pyramid is cut by a plane parallel to the base and the apical part is removed) formed from a cone | math |

snem-rekun | truncated pyramid | a a frustum (a truncated cone or pyramid; the part that is left when a cone or pyramid is cut by a plane parallel to the base and the apical part is removed) formed from a pyramid | math |

snem-sheh-muk | truncated cube | the truncated cube, or truncated hexahedron, is an Archimedean solid (a convex polyhedron with regular polygons as faces, such that at least two different types of regular polygons are used, and all vertices are identical) | math |

steh-muk | septahedron | a polyhedral with 7 sides | math |

steh-vla | heptagon | a polygon having seven sides | math |

steh-vla | septagon | a polyhedral with 7 sides | math |

su'us-ek'tal | mathematics | the study of the measurement, properties, and relationships of quantities and sets, using numbers and symbols | math |

svitan-nekwitaya | central force | a force acting upon a body towards or away from a fixed or movable center | math |

sviti-sfek | midpoint | the point of a line segment or curvilinear arc that divides it into two parts of the same length | math |

talash-ketil | logarithmic integral | the logarithmic integral or integral logarithm li(x) is a non-elementary function defined for all positive real numbers x? 1 by the definite integral | math |

talash-kulan | logarithmic spiral | a spiral curve such that radii drawn from its pole or eye at equal angles with each other are in continual proportion | math |

talash-sagan | logarithmic distribution | logarithmic distribution | math |

talash-su'us | logarithmic number | logarithmic number | math |

talashenek | logarithm | the power to which a base, such as 10, must be raised to produce a given number; e.g. 10(3) = 1,000; therefore, log10 - 1,000 = 3 | math |

talikal | symmetry | exact correspondence of form and constituent configuration on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane or about a center or an axis | math |

tangu-sfek | ideal point | the point at infinity added in projective geometry as the assumed intersection of two parallel lines | math |

tangu-su'us | ideal number | a type of number involving the roots of unity while trying to solve Fermat's last theorem | math |

teh-krus t'talashenek | mantissa | the decimal part of a logarithm, e.g. in the logarithm 2.95424, the mantissa is 0.95424 | math |

teh-ris-su'us | googol | the number 10 raised to the power 100 written out as the numeral 1 followed by 100 zeros | math |

teh-vla | hectogon | a 100-sided polygon, virtually indistinguishable in appearance from a circle except at very high magnification | math |

ten do | less than | comparing quantity or quality (Example: "She was less than half her weight after the crash diet") | math |

teni | minus | reduction by the subtraction of; less; negative or on the negative part of a scale; the minus sign (-) | math |

teni-heh | plus-or-minus | plus-or-minus, e.g. this survey is accurate plus-or-minus 4 percent | math |

tenu-da-sfek | minor axis | the shorter or shortest axis of an ellipse or ellipsoid | math |

teretau-sfek | focus | a fixed point whose relationship with a directrix determines a conic section | math |

teretau-sfek | focal point | a fixed point whose relationship with a directrix determines a conic section | math |

thakau-tavat | focal ratio | the ratio of the focal length to the diameter of a (camera) lens system | math |

thol-su'us | noble number | an irrational number which has a continued fraction which becomes an infinite sequence of 1s at some point | math |

tih-da-sfek | Y-axis | the vertical axis of a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system; one of three axes in a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system | math |

tih-fnakaya | Y-intercept | the point where graph of a function or relationship intercepts the y-axis of the coordinate system | math |

tinga | dimension | the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height) (measurement) | math |

tsuri-fna-krus | normal section | has to do with the curvature of a surface | math |

tsuri-kek | normal function | the normal distribution function is also sometimes called "the normal function." | math |

tsuri-pa'ashtra | normal plane | the plane spanned by the normal vector N and the binormal vector B | math |

tsuri-sagan | normal distribution | a theoretical frequency distribution for a set of variable data, usually represented by a bell-shaped curve symmetrical about the mean | math |

tsuri-shid | normal form | in reduction systems, the state of a term which contains no reducible expressions | math |

tsuri-su'us | normal number | a real number whose digits show a random distribution with all digits being equally likely (finite before the point and infinite after it) | math |

tsuri-su'us | regular number | a positive integer that has a finite decimal expansion | math |

tsuri-viskulan | normal matrix | complex square matrix A is a normal matrix if A^{*}A=AA^{*} where A* is the conjugate transpose of A (if A is a real matrix) | math |

tsuri-vo'ihn | normal equation | an expression of the condition of equality between two algebraic quantities or sets of quantities, the sign = being placed between them | math |

tsuri-vukharat | normal vector | a vector which is perpendicular to said surface or manifold; the inner product of the normal vector with all vectors which comprise the surface is 0 | math |

tsuri-wehk-vla | regular polygon | a polygon with all sides and all angles equal | math |

tsuri-zek | normal order | function f(n) has the normal order F(n) if f(n) is approximately F(n) for almost all values of n | math |

tu'ash-eku | open set | a set is open if every point in the set has a neighborhood lying in the set | math |

tu'ash-tvi'eku | open interval | a set of numbers consisting of all the numbers between a pair of given numbers but not including the endpoints | math |

tuh-tsa | bell curve | the symmetrical curve of a normal distribution | math |

tvi-eku | interval | a set of numbers consisting of all the numbers between a pair of given numbers along with either, both, or none of the endpoints | math |

tvi-vulu | interiour angle | any of the four angles formed between two straight lines intersected by a third straight line; the angle formed inside a polygon by two adjacent sides | math |

tvimesau-kes-krus | lune | a crescent-shaped portion of a plane or sphere bounded by two arcs of circles | math |

ulef-da-kuv | semicircle | a half of a circle as divided by a diameter; an object or arrangement of objects or people in the shape of half a circle | math |

um-sfek | vertex | the point at which the sides of an angle intersect; the point on a triangle or pyramid opposite to and farthest away from its base; a point on a polyhedron common to three or more sides | math |

un | digit | one of the elements that collectively form a system of numbers (math.) | math |

vakav'es | frequency | the number of times a specified periodic phenomenon occurs within a specified interval | math |

vath-sfek-vel | cotangent | ratio of the adjacent to the opposite side of a right-angled triangle | math |

velak | element | element (math); an infinitely small portion of a magnitude | math |

vi-dahsau-vel | dividend | dividend | math |

vinam-besan | inclusion map | Given a subset B of a set A, the injection f : B --> A defined by f(b)=b for all b E B | math |

viskulan | matrix | a rectangular array of numeric or algebraic quantities subject to mathematical operations | math |

viyi-su'us | even number | a number that is equally divisible by 2 | math |

vlavia-muk | parallelohedron | a special class of zonohedron; there are 5 classes: the cube, elongated dodecahedron, hexagonal prism, rhombic dodecahedron, and truncated octahedron | math |

vo'ihn | equation | equation | math |

vukharat | vector | a quantity, such as velocity, completely specified by a magnitude and a direction | math |

vulu-tavat-zes | sine | the ordinate of the endpoint of an arc of a unit circle centered at the origin of a Cartesian coordinate system | math |

vunai-wihka | field theory | a mathematical description of the effects of physical fields on the distribution and behavior of matter | math |

weh-abru-grei | upper limit | the the limit on the upper (or northernmost) side of something; the largest possible quantity | math |

weh-abru-ketil | upper integral | the limit of an upper sum, when it exists, as the mesh size approaches 0 | math |

weh-abruhik hau-ov | upper sum | for a given bounded function f(x) over a partition of a given interval, the upper sum is the sum of box areas using the supremum M of the function f(x) in each subinterval | math |

weh-ne-grei | lower limit | the smallest possible quantity | math |

weh-ne-ketil | lower integral | the limit of a lower sum, when it exists, as the mesh size approaches 0 | math |

weh-ne-klayanek | lower factorial | can be implemented as FallingFactorial[x_, n_] := (-1)^n Pochhammer[-x, n]; is also called a binomial polynomial or lower factorial | math |

weh-neik hau-ov | lower sum | for a given function f(x) over a partition of a given interval, the lower sum is the sum of box areas using the smallest value of the function | math |

wehk-eku | multiset | a set-like object in which order is ignored, but multiplicity is explicitly significant | math |

wehk-muk | polyhedron | a solid figure bounded by plane polygons or faces; a shape, made up of faces | math |

wehk-vla | polygon | a closed plane figure bounded by three or more line segments | math |

wehk-zehlik | multilinear | a basis, form, function, etc., in two or more variables is said to be multilinear if it is linear in each variable separately | math |

wehk-zhil | multinomial | a mathematical expression of one or more algebraic terms each of which consists of a constant multiplied by one or more variables | math |

wehk-zhil | polynomial | a mathematical expression that is the sum of a number of terms | math |

wehkovau | multiply | to increase the amount, number, or degree of; to perform multiplication on | math |

wehkovaya | multiplication | the operation that, for positive integers, consists of adding a number (the multiplicand) to itself a certain number of times | math |

wehkovayek | multiplier | the number by which another number is multiplied; in 8 × 32, the multiplier is 8 | math |

weht do | greater than | having a greater value that another number; symbol is > | math |

weht-sfek-aus | secant | the straight line intersecting a curve at two or more points | math |

wuh-sfek-vel | tangent | a line, curve, or surface meeting another line, curve, or surface at a common point and sharing a common tangent line or tangent plane at that point | math |

wuh-vlavla-vel | trapezoid | a quadrilateral having two parallel sides; | math |

wuh-zhil | monomial | an algebraic expression consisting of only one term | math |

yeht-da-sfek | real axis | the horizontal axis in an Argand diagram | math |

yeht-su'us | real number | a number that is rational or irrational, not imaginary | math |

yeht-wekh-zhil | real polynomial | a polynomial having only real numbers as coefficients | math |

yes-lafosh | probable error | the amount by which the arithmetic mean of a sample is expected to vary because of chance alone | math |

yesik'es-kek | probability function | a function of a continuous random variable whose integral over an interval gives the probability that its value will fall within the interval | math |

yuv- | oval | resembling an egg in shape; resembling an ellipse in shape; elliptical (adj.) | math |

yuvan | ellipsoid | a solid whose plane sections are all ellipses or circles | math |

yuvik | oval | resembling an egg in shape; resembling an ellipse in shape; elliptical (adj.) | math |

zeh-kek | orthogonal function | having a set of mutually perpendicular axes; meeting at right angles | math |

zeh-mesuvulaya | orthogonal transformation | an orthogonal transformation is a linear transformation T : V --> V which preserves a symmetric inner product. | math |

zeh-travek | orthogonal group | the orthogonal group of degree n over a field F is the group of n-by-n orthogonal matrices with entries from F | math |

zeh-viskulan | orthogonal matrix | in linear algebra, an orthogonal matrix is a square matrix G whose transpose is its inverse, i.e. :GGT = GTG = In. | math |

zeh-vukharat | orthogonal vector | orthogonal vector | math |

zeh-zehllar | orthogonal lines | two or more lines or line segments which are perpendicular are said to be orthogonal | math |

zehl | line | a geometric figure formed by a point moving along a fixed direction and the reverse direction | math |

zehl-krus | line segment | a line described by two sets of co-ordinates and the shortest connection between them | math |

zehl-travek | linear group | the general linear group GLn(q) is the set of n x n matrices with entries in the field Fq which have nonzero determinant. | math |

zehl-velak | line element | also known as the first fundamental form; at ordinary points on a surface, the line element is positive definite | math |

zehl-vo'ihn | linear equation | the algebraic equation, such as y = 2x + 7 or 3x + 2y - z = 4, in which the highest degree term in the variable or variables is of the first degree | math |

zehlik seht-su'us-ek'tal | linear algebra | branch of mathematics that deals with the theory of systems of linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, determinants, and linear transformations | math |

zek-shif | ordered pair | a collection of two objects such that one can be distinguished as the first element and the other as the second element | math |

zih-olozhika | fuzzy logic | a form of algebra employing a range of values from “true” to “false” that is used in decision-making with imprecise data | math |

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