## List of Math Words That Start With B

Below are common math words that start with b.

- Bisector
- Bezout’s identity
- Bell curve
- Base angle
- Balance point
- Boundary value problem
- Block matrix
- Brouwer fixed-point theorem
- Beta regression
- Boundary point
- Bar chart
- Big O notation
- Bessel function
- Bimodal
- Brackets
- Bounded sequence
- Bottom quartile
- Bounded
- Block diagram
- Binary tree
- Base
- Base case
- Bivariate data
- Bernoulli trial
- Bayes’ theorem
- Beta distribution
- Binary operation
- Branch and bound
- Backward Euler method
- Barycentric coordinates
- Beta function
- Bar graph
- Bivariate
- Bijections
- Balanced equation
- Backtracking
- Boolean algebra
- Binomial
- Bundle
- Bridge hand
- Boundary
- Box plot
- Binary
- Bounded function
- Binomial coefficient
- Boundary conditions
- Bundle map
- Bayes’ estimator
- Bisect

## Math Terms That Start With B (Divided by Subjects)

### Geometry Terms That Start With B

**Bisector:**A-line, ray, or segment that divides another into two equal parts.**Base:**The bottom side of a geometric figure or shape.**Bisect:**To divide something into two equal parts.**Box:**A three-dimensional rectangular prism with six faces.**Boundary:**The edge or perimeter of a geometric shape or region.**Bezier Curve:**A smooth curve defined by control points.**Binary Polygon:**A polygon with only two sides.**Betweenness:**The property of a point lying between two others.**Bicentric Quadrilateral:**A quadrilateral circumscribed and inscribed in circles.**Bisection:**Dividing an angle or segment into two equal parts.

### Algebra Terms That Start With B

**Binomial:**Algebraic expression with two terms.**Base:**Number raised to power in the exponent.**Bivariate:**Involving two variables or data sets.**Brackets:**Symbols () used to group expressions.**Back Substitution:**Solving equations by working backward.**Boundary Point:**Value on the edge of a domain.**By Factoring:**Solving equations by factoring expressions.**Base 10:**Decimal number system, using powers of 10.**Break-even Point:**Output where cost equals revenue.

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