A monomial is a composed of an algebraic term and numbers subtractions signs.

For example:

Polynomials

A polynomial is an algebraic expression that have two
or more monomyals .

For example:

Equations

An equation is an equal whose members have letters and numbers. The letters are unknowns. In a equation letters and
numbers are related with arithmetics operations.

For example:

Inequations

It is a inequality into two algebraic expression of one or more unknowns that only is verified for certain values of thisunknowns.

For example:

Logarithms

A logarithm of a number in a determined base is the exponent to which must be raised for get the number.

For example:

Algebra

Algebra is an area of mathematics where letters are used for represent unknowns numbers.

For example:

Functions

A function is the relation between magnitudes.

For example:

Interpolation

An interpolation consist to find a data in a interval which we know the valours of the extremes .

For example:

Probability

It is a calculation of determination of the possibility that an event is verified.

For example:

Density

It is a relation between the mass and volume of a corp.

For example:

Coefficient

It is a constant element in a multiplication.

For Example:

Theorem

A theorem is an affirmation that can be demostrated as true in a logical mark.

For Example: Pythagora´s theorem

Diagram

A diagram is a schema type of information that represents information of certain numbers.

For example:

Sistem of equations

It is a set of equations with two or more unknowns.

For example:

Percentage

Percentage is preportionate amount of a hundred.

For example: 500 ->20% = 100

Graphic

A graphic is a representation of information, generally numbers, by lines surfaces or symbols to observe relations incommon.

## Table of Contents

## ALGEBRA

A monomial is a composed of an algebraic term and numbers subtractions signs.MonomialFor example:

## Polynomials

A polynomial is an algebraic expression that have twoor more monomyals .

For example:

## Equations

An equation is an equal whose members have letters and numbers. The letters are unknowns. In a equation letters andnumbers are related with arithmetics operations.

For example:

## Inequations

It is a inequality into two algebraic expression of one or more unknowns that only is verified for certain values of thisunknowns.For example:

## Logarithms

A logarithm of a number in a determined base is the exponent to which must be raised for get the number.For example:

## Algebra

Algebra is an area of mathematics where letters are used for represent unknowns numbers.For example:

## Functions

A function is the relation between magnitudes.For example:

## Interpolation

An interpolation consist to find a data in a interval which we know the valours of the extremes .For example:

## Probability

It is a calculation of determination of the possibility that an event is verified.For example:

## Density

It is a relation between the mass and volume of a corp.For example:

## Coefficient

It is a constant element in a multiplication.For Example:

## Theorem

A theorem is an affirmation that can be demostrated as true in a logical mark.For Example: Pythagora´s theorem

## Diagram

A diagram is a schema type of information that represents information of certain numbers.For example:

## Sistem of equations

It is a set of equations with two or more unknowns.For example:

## Percentage

Percentage is preportionate amount of a hundred.For example: 500 ->20% = 100

## Graphic

A graphic is a representation of information, generally numbers, by lines surfaces or symbols to observe relations incommon.For Example:

## Roman numbers

It is a numbering system which used capital letters. Each have a numeric value.For Example: XXI C.

## Irrational numbers

It is a number which can not been writen in fraction form.For Example: Golden number is an irrational number.

## Error

It is the difference between the real result obtained and the result that you thought that was correct.For Example: E: 8'2 – 8 = 0'2 is an error.

## Variable

It is a magnitude that can have some value included in a set.For example:

## GEOMETRY

## Pentagon

It is a five-sided polygonFor example:

## Hexagon

It is a six-sided polygon.For example:

## Heptagon

It is a seven-sided polygon.For example:

## Octagon

It is a eight-sided polygonFor Example:

## Trapezoid

It is an irregular quadrilateral that has no parallel anywhere else, or sides or angles equal.For Example:

## Trapeze

It is an irregular quadrilateral has only two parallel sides, which are called bases.For Example:

## Diamond

It is a parallelogram having four equal sides and two of its angles greater than the other two.For Example:

## Rhomboid

It is a parallelogram whose adjacent sides are unequal and two of its angles greater than the other two.For Example:

## Triangle

It is a three-sided polygon.For Example:

## Square

It is a four-sided polygon.For Example:

## Rectangle

It is a parallelogram having four right angles and the adjacent sides unequal.For Example:

## Parallelogram

It is a four-sided polygon parallel to each two-two.For Example:

## Equilateral

It is a geometry that has all sides equal.For Example:

## Geometry

It is a part of mathematics that studies space and figures that can be formed from points, lines planes and volumes.

For example:

## Diameter

A diameter is an interval into two opposites points of a circunference.For example:

## Parallelogram

It is a quadrilateral which opposite sider are parallel to each.For example:

## Symmetry

Symmetry is when a figure is exactly equal other if you flip or turn it.For example:

## Generatrix

It is a line of figure that when it moves generates a surfaces.For example: