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|Uncountable||In human terms, Uncountable means too many to practically count or enumerate. In math, an infinite function without a one-to-one correspondence to natural numbers.|
|Uniform||Constant and unchanging; fixed.|
|Union||The Union of two or more sets is the set of elements from all the sets. The Union of sets A and B is literally the set "A and B."|
|Unit Circle||A Circle of radius one centered at the origin is termed the Unit Circle.|
|Unit Vector||A vector of length one directed along one of the coordinate axes.|
|Upper Bound||The greatest permissible value of a function may be termed its Upper Bound.|
|Upper Quartile||Also the high quartile, the 75th percentile.|
|Upper Quintile||Also high quintile, the 80th percentile.|
|Upsilon||Upsilon is the 20th letter of the Greek alphabet.|
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