a filled in circle/dot means "greater than or eaqual to/less than or equal to" (depending on which way the arrow is pointing. an empty cirlce means only "greater than/less than". the greater than/less than symbol with the line under it will indicate the filled in circle. the normal greater than/less than symbol willl indicate the hollow cirlce
With an open circle, the number at which the circle is is NOT included in the dataset; with a closed circle it is. For example if a line is drawn on the number line between 0.5 and 1.5 with a closed circle at 0.5 and an open circle at 1.5, then it represents the numbers between 0.5 and 1.5 including 0.5 but excluding 1.5; this range is the numbers which round to 1 to the nearest whole number.
The meaning of the word will be apparent from the context in which it is encountered.
Effectively, the answer is that a regular polygon could have an infinite number of sides. However, when the number of sides reaches a thousand or so there is very little difference to the naked eye between such a polygon and a circle. For information : Some of the early calculations for pi were based on the very small difference between a polygon with a very large number of sides and a circle.
An ellipse is a shape on which the sum of the distances from every point to two points inside called the foci (focuses) is always the same number. A circle is an ellipse with both foci (focuses) at the same point.
the letter i??
an open circle on a number line means the answer is just less than or greater than (< or >), but a closed circle means the answer is less than or equal to, or greater than or equal to (< or > with a line under it)
A unit circle is in the coordinate plane where both axes are measured in real numbers. The imaginary circle is in the complex plane in which one axis (horizontal) measures the real component of a complex number and the other axis measures the imaginary component.
The difference between the greatest and least number is the range.
VIN number refers specifically to an automobile or motor vehicle. It stands for "Vehicle identification number" and each number or letter has a specific meaning. Serial numbers are used on other types of products, and each number may or may not have a specific meaning.
the difference between ine number and the next on the scale ?
There are an infinite number of points on the circumference of a circle and an infinite number of points on a semi-circle so the answer to your question is "An infinite number of pairs of points."
Neutrons are the particles which account for the difference between the atomic number and the mass number.
A sphere is a three dimentional shape, a circle is a two dimentional shape. You can't pick up a circle, it can only be drawn. In differential geometry, a one dimensional sphere is a point, a two dimensional sphere is a circle and a three dimensional sphere is what we call a "sphere", there is no limit to the number of dimensions a sphere can have.
The difference between 84 and 37 is 47, BUT the difference between 37 and 84 is -47 (a negative number). It all depends on which is the first number.
Generally, no. All circles contain an infinite number of chords, as a chord can be created between any two points on the circle. With an infinite number of points on the circle we can create an infinite number of chords.
The only difference between them is in number of syllables.
In a set of numbers, the difference between the greatest and the least is called the range.
The difference between 13 and 16 is 3. To find the difference between two numbers subtract the larger number by the smaller number. (16-13=3)
Zero (0) is a number and o is a letter and the way to tell the difference is the zero is bigger than the o and is shaped like a oval, the o is smaller and shaped more like a circle. I hope it helped! =]
one third of the difference between ten and a number
The difference in atomic number between helium (He = 2) and neon (Ne = 10) is 8.
A question about "the difference between" requires two objects!
If 5 circles are inside the one circle, then the periphery is of the one circle. The periphery depends on the diameter of the one circle. The number of circles inside won't make any difference.
what is the difference between the largest 8-digit number and the smallest 6-digit number