enCRExporithmonometry!15
negative: This type of exponent flips a fraction over.
logistic: This time of growth function models situations that have limits to their growth.
asymptote: The imaginary line that a curve approaches but never gets to.
irrational: The letter "e" is known as what kind of number.
growth: When the "b" value of an exponential function is bigger than 1.
decay: When the "b" value of an exponential function is less than 1.
common: The name of the log with a base of 10.
natural: The name of the log with a base of "e".
continuous: The type of compounding interest which uses the base "e".
degrees: A way to measure angles that are formed by lines or segments.
radians: A way to measure angles formed by curves, specifically along a circle.
arclength: The name of the distance between two points along a circle's edge.
seconds: There are 3,600 of these in one degree.
minutes: There are 60 of these in one degree.
circumference: The formula (2)(pi)(r) calculates a circle's what.
sector: The portion of a circle that is formed when an arc length is created.
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Across:
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The imaginary line that a curve approaches but never gets to.
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A way to measure angles formed by curves, specifically along a circle.
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The name of the distance between two points along a circle's edge.
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When the "b" value of an exponential function is bigger than 1.
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The type of compounding interest which uses the base "e".
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The name of the log with a base of 10.
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There are 60 of these in one degree.
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The letter "e" is known as what kind of number.
Down:
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When the "b" value of an exponential function is less than 1.
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The portion of a circle that is formed when an arc length is created.
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A way to measure angles that are formed by lines or segments.
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This type of exponent flips a fraction over.
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This time of growth function models situations that have limits to their growth.