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Linear:Is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable.
Equation:Means a mathematical statement that asserts the equality of two expressions.
Solution:A mathematical equations often used after the given is given
Root:The other term for solution
Symmetric:Relating to a logical or mathematical relation between two elements such that if the first element is related to the second element, the second element is related in like manner to the first.
Transitive:Logic & Mathematics Of or relating to a relationship between three elements such that if the relationship holds between the first and second elements and between the second and third elements, it necessarily holds between the first and third elements.
Transposition:The transfer of a quantity from one side of an equation to the other along with a change of sign.
Fractional:Relating to, containing, or constituting one or more fractions.
Literal:Containing or using coefficients and constants represented by letters.
Problem Solving:Arocedure for finding the solution.
Matter:A substance or material of a particular kind.
Solid:Is one of the three classical states of matter (the others being gas and liquid). It is characterized by structural rigidity and resistance to changes of shape or volume.
Liquid:Is the classical state of matter with a definite volume but no fixed shape.
Gaseous:Particles are separated, the attractive forces between them are extremely small and are insufficient to hold gases in a definite shape or volume.
Plasma:State of matter in which a part or all of the atoms or molecules are dissociated to form ions.
Decomposer:To separate into constituent parts, or cause something to separate into its constituent parts.
Producer:An organism that manufactures its own food from simple inorganic substances, e.g. a green plant.
Consumer:It include herbivorous and carnivorous animals, which feed on plants and other animals respectively, and also organisms such as worms, fungi, and bacteria, which feed on nonliving organic material.
Living thing:Any organism or a living form that possesses or shows the characteristics of life or being alive.
NonLiving Thing:Is one that lacks or has stopped displaying the characteristics of life.
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A substance or material of a particular kind.
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Any organism or a living form that possesses or shows the characteristics of life or being alive.
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A mathematical equations often used after the given is given
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Relating to, containing, or constituting one or more fractions.
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Is one of the three classical states of matter (the others being gas and liquid). It is characterized by structural rigidity and resistance to changes of shape or volume.
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Logic & Mathematics Of or relating to a relationship between three elements such that if the relationship holds between the first and second elements and between the second and third elements, it necessarily holds between the first and third elements.
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An organism that manufactures its own food from simple inorganic substances, e.g. a green plant.
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Containing or using coefficients and constants represented by letters.
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The transfer of a quantity from one side of an equation to the other along with a change of sign.
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Is one that lacks or has stopped displaying the characteristics of life.
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To separate into constituent parts, or cause something to separate into its constituent parts.
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Is the classical state of matter with a definite volume but no fixed shape.
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State of matter in which a part or all of the atoms or molecules are dissociated to form ions.
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Means a mathematical statement that asserts the equality of two expressions.
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Relating to a logical or mathematical relation between two elements such that if the first element is related to the second element, the second element is related in like manner to the first.
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Particles are separated, the attractive forces between them are extremely small and are insufficient to hold gases in a definite shape or volume.
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Arocedure for finding the solution.
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It include herbivorous and carnivorous animals, which feed on plants and other animals respectively, and also organisms such as worms, fungi, and bacteria, which feed on nonliving organic material.
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Is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable.
Any organism or a living form that possesses or shows the characteristics of life or being alive.
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A mathematical equations often used after the given is given
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Relating to, containing, or constituting one or more fractions.
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Is one of the three classical states of matter (the others being gas and liquid). It is characterized by structural rigidity and resistance to changes of shape or volume.
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Logic & Mathematics Of or relating to a relationship between three elements such that if the relationship holds between the first and second elements and between the second and third elements, it necessarily holds between the first and third elements.
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An organism that manufactures its own food from simple inorganic substances, e.g. a green plant.
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Containing or using coefficients and constants represented by letters.
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The transfer of a quantity from one side of an equation to the other along with a change of sign.
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Is one that lacks or has stopped displaying the characteristics of life.
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To separate into constituent parts, or cause something to separate into its constituent parts.
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Is the classical state of matter with a definite volume but no fixed shape.
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State of matter in which a part or all of the atoms or molecules are dissociated to form ions.
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Means a mathematical statement that asserts the equality of two expressions.
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Relating to a logical or mathematical relation between two elements such that if the first element is related to the second element, the second element is related in like manner to the first.
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Particles are separated, the attractive forces between them are extremely small and are insufficient to hold gases in a definite shape or volume.
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Arocedure for finding the solution.
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It include herbivorous and carnivorous animals, which feed on plants and other animals respectively, and also organisms such as worms, fungi, and bacteria, which feed on nonliving organic material.
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Is an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable.