General concepts that simplify reality
Special case
Is to measure but not count something
Something that can be counted
Something that cannot be counted
Something that is measured like height, weight, volume, area
Algebra
Geometry
Mathematical Logic
A and C
Geometry
Calculus
Algebra
A and B
Rules of human reasoning
Proven concepts that have worked over time
Reasonable criteria
All of the above
Continuous objects are measured not counted
Discrete objects are counted and not measured
Continuous objects are counted and not measured
A and B
Answers how much
Answers where it is
Answers how many
A and C
All of the above
Answers where it is
Answers how much
Answers how many
All of the above
Studies it's function ONLY
Studies it's characteristics ONLY
Both
Study of groups
Study of mathematical structures
Study of number characteristics
A and B
All words no numbers
Words and numbers
Numbers
All words no symbols/numerals
Words and symbols/numerals
Symbols/numerals
All words no symbols/numerals
Words and symbols/numerals
No words just symbols
Balance in respect to an imaginary line
X and y axis represented in the Cartesian Coordinate system
Can be balanced in respect to a pt (pt of symmetry)
All of the above
Takes things in motion and puts it on paper
Studies groups
Studies the characteristics of numbers
Studies the function of numbers
B and C
Measures how close to a target without actually reaching it
A limit can reach it's target
A limit does not have to reach it's target
All of the above
Instantaneous rate of change of 1 thing in respect to another
Slope of the tangent line at any point on a curve
Can measure instantaneous velocity: instantaneous rate of change between distance and time
Can measure acceleration: velocity with respect to time
All of the above
Dynamic equilibrium: relates rates of water coming in and going out at the same time (balance when the system is in motion)
Static equilibrium: balance when the system is not in motion (relatively standing still)
Stable equilibrium: given a slight displacement (movement) (system will return to its original state of equilibrium)
Unstable equilibrium: given slightest displacement (system will not return to its orig state of equilibrium)
All of the above
Anti-derivative: does not study motion but when objects stand still
Studies motion
Studies the balance between two objects
All of the above
Used to represent wave propagation
Use to represent the translation of algebra to geometry and vice versa
Used to study postulates
Use to study sets
Nuclear fission
Electricity
Magnetism
Earthquakes
All of the above
Light
Sound
Heat
Earthquakes
All of the above
Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be bigger than the number that makes it
4={0,1,2,3} 2+3=5 5>4
Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be less than the number that makes it
2={0,1} ) 0+1=1 1<2
A and B
Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be bigger than the number that makes it
4={0,1,2,3} 2+3=5 5>4
Sum of a sufficient number of terms will be less than the number that makes it
2={0,1} ) 0+1=1 1<2
C and D
Determines what kind of volumes can be carved out when spun
Is concerned with solids
Is concerned with three and four dimensional shapes
Is concerned with shapes
Used purely for theoretical purposes has no practical applications
Used for real world purposes
Used for both
Used purely for theoretical purposes has no practical applications
Used for real world purposes
Used for both
Used purely for theoretical purposes has no practical applications
Used for real world purposes
Used for both
It is a postulate
Statement accepted as truth without proof
Demonstration of the truth
A and B