Basic math glossaryI
Basic math glossaryI define words beginning with the letter I
Improper fraction: A fraction with a bigger numerator than a denominator.
Infinite: With no end or limit.
Integers: The set of all whole numbers and their opposites.
Intersecting lines: Lines that meet or cross in the same plane.
Invert: In a fraction, it means to switch the position of the numerator with the denominator .
For example, inverting 2/5 gives 5/2
Irrational number: A number that cannot be expressed as a fraction.
For example, squareroot(2) and squareroot(3) are irrational number because they cannot b written as a fraction.
Isosceles triangles: A triangle that has two equal sides.
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