a graph consisting of bars, the heights (or lengths) of which correspond to the numerical values of the variables they represent.

a sequence of numbers that have a common difference between any two consecutive terms.

(also called compound increase) growth at a certain rate of change that is calculated...

a solid, three-dimensional figure whose sides are parallelograms and whose top and base are...

a guess or hypothesis; or an idea formulated without proof.

a graph that represents the linear relationship between two variables.

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