|A number that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers.|
|The process of changing an irrational denominator to a rational one.|
|The set of all rational and irrational numbers.|
|Pairs of real numbers that have the product 1. Also known as mulliplicarive inverses.|
|A fitted line determined by a specific algebraic technique.|
|A set of ordered pairs.|
|A decimal in which a digit or a group of digits repeats forever, e.g. 0.66666 ... or 0.846846846 ... .|
|The portion of a repeating decimal that repeats.|
|The set of possible values for the variables for which an expression is real, or for which it is defined.|
|The sum of two vector.|
|A matrix with one row.|
Note: The terms in this collection may not
be entirely accurate.
They are for reference only.