(also called compound increase) growth at a certain rate of change that is calculated periodically and includes all subsequent growth (or accrued interest) in the calculations.
the general increase in prices, linked to a decrease in the purchasing value of money.
a simple, branched diagram that shows all the possible results when several events are combined...
in set theory, a union between two or more data sets refers to all the elements in the data sets...
a test that determines whether or not a given graph represents a function.