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Series |
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a) An ordered set of numbers. | b) The indicated sums of the etrms of a sequence. | c) A rule in which one or more previous terms are used to generate the next term. | d) Defines the nth term of a sequence as a function of n. | |

Permutation |
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a) A selection of a group of objects in which order is important. | b) Grouping of items in which order does NOT matter. | c) The product of the natural numbers less than or equal to the number 0! is defined as 1 | d) Each repetition of an experiment. | |

Combination |
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a) Each repetition of an experiment. | b) The product of the natural numbers less than or equal to the number 0! is defined as 1 | c) A selection of a group of objects in which order is important. | d) Grouping of items in which order does NOT matter. | |

Reference Angle |
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a) the positive acute angle formed by the terminal side of theta and the x-axis. | b) Formed by rotating the terminal side and keeping the initial side in place. | c) Angles in standard position with the same terminal side. | d) half the difference between the maximum and minimum values of the function. | |

Null Hypothesis |
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a) imposes a treatment on individuals to collect data on their response to the treatment. | b) Observes individuals and measures variables without controlling the individuals or their environment in any way. | c) States there is no difference between the groups being tested. | d) Used to determine whether the difference in two groups is likely to be caused by chance. | |

Random Sample |
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a) A number that describes a population. | b) Most likely to be representative of a population. | c) A number that describes a sample. | d) Used to determine whether the difference in two groups is likely to be caused by chance. | |

Experiment |
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a) Observes individuals and measures variables without controlling the individuals or their environment in any way. | b) Used to determine whether the difference in two groups is likely to be caused by chance. | c) Defines an interval, centered on the sample percent, in which the population percent is most likely to lie. | d) imposes a treatment on individuals to collect data on their response to the treatment. | |

Transformation |
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a) Shifts or slides every point of a figure or graph the same distance in same direction | b) An element or number in a sequence | c) A change in the position, size, or shape of a figure or graph | d) A number than describes a sample. | |

Asymptote |
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a) The distance along an arc measured in linear units. | b) A survey of an entire population. | c) A fraction that contains one or more fractions in the numerator, the denominator, or both. | d) A line that a graph approaches as the value of a variable becomes extremely large or small. | |

Census |
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a) A survey of an entire population | b) A study that observes individuals and emasures variables without controlling individuals or their environment in any way. | c) An assumption in statistics that there is no difference between the two groups being tested. | d) A possible result of a probability experiment. | |

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