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## Ten unusual maths words

Let z = r(cos (θ) + ısin (θ).Thenzn = [r(cos (θ) + ısin (θ)]n = rn(cos (nθ) + ısin (nθ), where n is any positive integer. A complex number z = r(cos (θ) + ısin (θ) has exactly nn th roots given by the

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## List of mathematical jargon

Complex fraction – A fraction that contains a fraction or fractions in the numerator and/or denominator. Congruent – Exactly the same. Identical in regard to size and shape. Coordinate

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Complex number \mathbb{C}, \Complex ℂ U+2102: ℍ Quaternion \mathbb{H}, \mathbb{H} ℍ U+210D: ℕ Natural number \mathbb{N}, \N ℕ U+2115: 𝕆

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## Mathwords A to Z

Argument of a Complex Number. Argument of a Function. Argument of a Vector. Arithmetic. Arithmetic Mean. Arithmetic Progression. Arithmetic Sequence. Arithmetic Series. Arm of an

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## Math Glossary: Mathematics Terms and Definitions

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