MATH GLOSSARY

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Gamma Gamma is the third letter of the Greek alphabet.
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Gauss-Jordan Elimination Gauss Jordan Elimination is a traditional matrix row manipulation used to find inverse matrices.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Geometric Series A Geometric Series is a form of geometric progression.
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Googol Ten raised to the power of one hundred equals one Googol.
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Googolplex Ten raised to the power of a googol is a Googolplex; it is a huge number.
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Great Circle Basically, any circle that resides on a sphere is a Great Circle.
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Greatest Common Factor The GCF of two integers (usually) is the largest integer that divides evenly into both integers.
We sometimes use GCF for non-integral values.
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Greek Anyone interested in learning mathematics should embrace the Greek alphabet with 24 letters from alpha to omega.
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