BASIC ALGEBRA GLOSSARY
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Title  Description  

Gamma  Gamma is the third letter of the Greek alphabet. 

General Form for Equation of a Line  Such a form has integer coefficients for both x and y when describing a line in Cartesian (rectangular) coordinates. 

Geometric Mean  The Geometric Mean of two real values is the square root of the product of the two values. More generally, the Geometric Mean of n values is the nth root of the product of the n values. 

Geometric Progression  This term is used for geometric series, geometric sums, or geometric sequences when subsequent terms result from multiplication by a constant that is most often called the common ratio. 

Geometric Series  A Geometric Series is a form of geometric progression. 

Googol  Ten raised to the power of one hundred equals one Googol. 

Googolplex  Ten raised to the power of a googol is a Googolplex; it is a huge number. 

Greatest Common Factor  The GCF of two integers (usually) is the largest integer that divides evenly into both integers. We sometimes use GCF for nonintegral values. 

Greek  Anyone interested in learning mathematics should embrace the Greek alphabet with 24 letters from alpha to omega. 
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