# Mathematik und Logik SAT - Arithmetik und Statistik

Hier lernen Sie einige englische Wörter im Zusammenhang mit Arithmetik und Statistik, wie „teilbar“, „Bereich“, „Median“ usw., die Sie benötigen, um Ihre SATs zu bestehen.

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mixed number

a combination of a whole number and a proper fraction

gemischte Zahl

[Nomen]
prime number

a number greater than 1 with only two devisors which can be itself or 1

Primzahl

[Nomen]
rational number

a number that can be expressed as the fraction of two integers

Rationale Zahl

[Nomen]
irrational number

a number incapable of being expressed as a ratio of two integers

irrationale Zahl

[Nomen]
complex number

a number that has both a real part and a part involving a unit that, when squared, gives a negative result

komplexe Zahl

[Nomen]
real number

any number that can be found on the number line, including both positive and negative numbers, zero, and fractions

reelle Zahl

[Nomen]
whole number

any positive number without fractions or decimals, including zero

ganze Zahl

[Nomen]
integer

any number without fractions or decimals, including positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero

ganze Zahl

[Nomen]
fraction

a part of a whole number, such as ½

Bruch (Mathematik)

[Nomen]
decimal

(mathematics) a number less than one, called a fraction, that is represented as a period followed by the number of tenths, hundredths, etc.

Dezimal

[Nomen]
improper fraction

a fraction where the the top number is greater than or equal to the equal to the bottom number

unechter Bruch

[Nomen]
mean

(mathematics) the average value of a set of quantities calculated by adding them, and dividing them by the total number of the quantities

Durchschnitt

[Nomen]
divisible

having the quality of being divided, especially by a number

teilbar

root

a value that, when multiplied by itself a specified number of times, results in the given number

Wurzel

[Nomen]
range

the difference between the highest and lowest values in a set of numbers

Reichweite

[Nomen]
square

the second exponent of any given number produced when multiplied by itself

[Nomen]
average

calculated by adding a set of numbers together and dividing this amount by the total number of amounts in that set

durchschnittlich

solution

a correct answer to a problem in mathematics or a puzzle

Lösung

[Nomen]
product

the result of multiplying two or more numbers or quantities together

Produkt

[Nomen]
quotient

the result obtained by dividing one quantity or number by another, expressed as the outcome of a division operation

Quotient

[Nomen]
factor

(mathematics) one of the numbers that another number can be divided by

Faktor (Mathematik)

[Nomen]
value

(mathematics) an amount that is shown by a sign or letter

Wert (Mathematik)

[Nomen]
inequality

a statement that compares two quantities, expressions, or values and indicates their relative sizes

Ungleichheit

[Nomen]
equation

(mathematics) a statement indicating the equality between two values

Gleichung

[Nomen]
minimum

the lowest amount, degree, or extent there is or is possible, allowed or required

Minimum

[Nomen]
exponential

a mathematical expression where a number is multiplied by itself a certain number of times determined by a variable

exponentiell

[Nomen]
linear

related to equations that create straight lines when graphed, indicating a constant rate of change

Lineargleichung

common ratio

the constant ratio between consecutive terms

gemeinsames Verhältnis

[Nomen]
common multiple

a number that is a multiple of two or more given numbers

gemeinsames Vielfaches

[Nomen]
common factor

a number that divides exactly into two or more given numbers without leaving a remainder

gemeinsamer Faktor

[Nomen]
common denominator

(mathematics) a number divisible by all the numbers that are below the line in a set of fractions

gemeinsamer Nenner

[Nomen]
least common denominator

the smallest positive integer that is a common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions

kleinster gemeinsamer Nenner

[Nomen]
probability

(mathematics) a number representing the chances of something specific happening

Wahrscheinlichkeit

[Nomen]
to estimate

to guess the value, number, quantity, size, etc. of something without exact calculation

schätzen

[Verb]
arithmetic sequence

a sequence of numbers in which the difference between any two consecutive terms is constant

Arithmetische Sequenz

[Nomen]
frequency

the number of times a particular event occurs within a specific period or among a set of observations

Frequenz

[Nomen]
distribution

(statistics) the way statistical data are arranged that shows the frequency in which the values of a variable are repeated

Verteilung

[Nomen]
median

a statistical measure that represents the middle value of a data set when the values are arranged in ascending or descending order

Median

[Nomen]
mode

the value that appears most frequently in a data set

Modus

[Nomen]
bimodal

having or involving two distinct modes, peaks, or most frequent values

bimodal

standard deviation

a measure of how much the values in a set typically differ from the average

Standardabweichung

[Nomen]
margin of error

the range within which the true value is expected to fall, accounting for potential inaccuracies in measurement or sampling

Fehlermarge

[Nomen]
random

occurring in such a way that each possible outcome has a certain probability of occurring, but the specific outcome cannot be predicted with certainty

zufällig

trend line

a straight line drawn through a set of data points on a graph to represent the general direction or pattern of the data

Trendlinie

[Nomen]
dot plot

a type of statistical chart consisting of dots that represent individual data points

Punktdiagramm

[Nomen]
linear model

a mathematical representation that describes the relationship between two or more variables using a linear equation

lineares Modell

[Nomen]