In this list, words related to the field of mathematics are explored. Generally, mathematics enjoys a love-hate relationship with most students, and depending upon the side of the divide you find yourself, your vocabulary of the subject will mirror a similar relationship. Explore these mathematics-related words and evaluate how many of these words are already there in your vocabulary bank:
Cardinal: The number of elements in a mathematical set;
Equilateral: Having all sides or faces equal.
Exponent: A mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
Focus: A fixed point or one of a pair of fixed points used in generating a curve such as an ellipse, parabola, or hyperbola.
Identity: An equation that is satisfied by any number that replaces the letter for which the equation is defined.
Imaginary: Involving only a complex number of which the real part is zero.
Modular: Of or relating to fields having a characteristic greater than zero.
Multiplicand: The number that is or is to be multiplied by another.
Orb: A sphere or spherical object.
Ordinal: A number denoting relative position in a sequence, such as first, second, third.
Torus: A toroid generated by a circle; a surface having the shape of a doughnut.
Group 2: Words related to Groups/Numbers
The best thing about life is that it allows you to form as many combinations as you wish. You can combine a dozen of something or collect a flock or literally call upon a multitude, if you wish. What are we talking about? We are talking about a group of words that represent 'numbers', or to be precise, each word in this group represents some form of collection or the other.
Explore the list here:
Assortment: A collection of various kinds; a variety.
Bunches: A group of things.
Copious: Large in number or quantity; abundant; extensive in quantity.
Deluge: An overwhelming number or amount.
Dozens: An indefinite, large number or amount.
Enormous: Very great in size, extent, number, or degree.
Extensive: Great in amount, number, or degree.
Flock: Very great in size, extent, number, or degree.