ARITHMETIC GLOSSARY
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Title  Description  

Three Dimensions  The Dimensions of space or volume are Three Dimensions, typically labeled with rectangular, spherical, or cylindrical coordinates. 

Total  Total means two things in mathematics. It is the result of addition, as a sum; we add terms or addends to achieve a sum, or total. Total also means entirety or whole, as the total population, the total budget, or the total time to complete a project. 

Transitive Property  The Transitive Property is exhibited when three values are related in the following manner: If A = B and B = C, then A = C. The relation need not be equality. So if A < B and B is < C, then A < C. 

Trapezium  In the United States, a quadrilateral with no parallel sides; in other Englishspeaking countries, what Americans term a trapezoid, a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides. 

Trapezoid  A quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides (U.S.); the same figure is a trapezium in some other Englishspeaking countries.  
Triangle  A threesided polygon. Triangles are either acute, right, or obtuse. 

Triple  As a verb, Triple means to multiply by three. As a noun, the result from multiplication by three. 

Truncation  Replace the lesser digits of some number with zeros with no regard for rounding; this is Truncation. 

Two Dimensions  A plane has Two Dimensions. Planar figures are Two Dimensional. 
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