Review of Introductory Mathematics TERMINOLOGYTERMINOLOGYThis chapter reviews the terminology and associated symbols used in mathematics.EO 1.1 IDENTIFY the following basic mathematicalsymbols and definitions.a. = equals k. ÷, / divided byb. is not equal to l. >greater than or equal toc.is defined as m. <less than or equal tod. ± plus or minus n. ><, is not equal to (computer)e. nth root of a <>naf. absolute value of a o.infinityag. sum of N values p.is proportional toh. angle q.approximately equal toi. % percent r. perpendicular to^j. x, , * multiplied by s. parallel toIn order to understand and communicate in mathematical terms and to lay the foundation for theconcepts and principles presented in this material, certain terms and expressions must be defined.This section covers basic definitions used in mathematics. Once understood, such knowledgeshould provide the foundation from which the principles of mathematics can be presented. Byno means are the terms here all inclusive; they are representative of those found within thenuclear field.EqualsAn expression indicating values which are identical in mathematical value or logicaldenotation. It is given the symbol =.IsNotEqualtoAn expression indicating values which are not identical in mathematical value or logicaldenotation. It is given the symbol or ><, >< (computer).Rev. 0 Page 1 MA-01