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Well, I'm not sure what your definition of technology term is. I would say You-Tube and Yaris are both technology terms, in a way, because they are both products of current technology. However, here is a page that offers some terms that might be more widely accepted as technological:

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- Y2K - Year 2000 problem - was a problem for both digital (computer-related) and non-digital documentation and data storage situations which resulted from the practice of abbreviating a four-digit year to two digits.
- Yobibyte (YiB) - is a unit of digital information storage used to denote the size of data. It is equivalent to 280, or 1,208,925,819,614,629,174,706,176, bytes and equal to 1,024 zebibytes.
- Yottabyte (YB) - is a unit of digital information storage used to denote the size of data. 1 YB = 10008bytes = 1024bytes = 1000000000000000000000000bytes = 1000zettabytes = itrillionterabyte

Yttrium Aluminum Garnet rods doped with various rare earth metals, are used in lasers as the lasing medium.

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"Y-fi" appears to be a typo or misspelling. The correct term is "Wi-Fi," which is a technology that allows devices to connect to the internet wirelessly.

You are probably looking for Yiddish, but most people don't know there is another Jewish language beginning with Y called Yevanic.Yevanic Language

try doing a google search for wimax

A bright and cheerful word starting with Y is yellow; a very important word starting with Y is you.

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One math term is y-axis and or yard

a action verb starting with the letter Y could be yell.

Normally, the y-intercept would be after the x term, but because there is no x term the y-intercept is 0.

Y-Intercept Y-Axis Y-Coordinate?

y2+y-2 factors to (y+2)(y-1) The two initial terms of your factoring (y and y) must multiply to equal the first term of your starting problem (y2). Likewise, the last two terms must multiply to equal the last term of your starting problem (-1 * 2 = -2). You know that one way to reach y2 by multiplying two terms is doing y*y, so your first terms are most likely each y. There are two possible ways of multiplying two terms to equal -2, (2* -1) and (-2 * 1). To decide which version to use, look at the middle term of the starting problem. The coefficient on the middle term must result from adding the two factors that will multiply to equal your third term. That is to say, for this problem, the correct combination of multiplying to equal -2 must add together to equal 1. If we used -2 and 1, these terms add together to equal -1, not 1. If we use the other combination, we get a sum of 1, so this is the correct combination. You simply mate the first terms you determined (y and y) with the second terms you determined (2 and -1). This leaves: (y+2)(y-1). Note: If no solution exists for the above method, it is likely a non-factorable trinomial, which will require the use of the quadratic formula.

y means "and" in Spanish.

y-axis, y-coordinate.