## List of Math Words That Start With C

Below are common math words that start with c.

- Cosecant
- Curve
- Cartesian plane
- Circle theorem
- Chord length
- Closed set
- Critical point
- Column matrix
- Composite number
- Corollary
- Conic section
- Curvilinear
- Cauchy sequence
- Central tendency
- Correlation
- Cubic root
- Circle graph
- Cofactor
- Continuous
- Cubic
- Coefficient
- Cuboid
- Collinear
- Congruence
- Cylinder
- Cube root
- Compound interest
- Chebyshev inequality
- Cotangent
- Complementary
- Calculus
- Complex
- Coordinate
- Complementary angles
- Circle
- Coterminal angles
- Constant
- Continuous function
- Commutative
- Closed interval
- Converse
- Chord
- Conditional probability
- Cross product
- Congruent
- Cosine
- Complex number
- Conjugate
- Curvature
- Central angle

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

### Geometry Terms That Start With C

**Circle:**A closed curve with all points equidistant from the center.**Circumference:**The distance around the edge of a circle.**Congruent:**Having the same size, shape, and angles.**Chord:**A line segment connecting two points on a circle.**Complementary Angles:**Angles that add up to 90 degrees.**Concave:**Curving inward or having a depressed center.**Cylinder:**A three-dimensional shape with two parallel circular bases.**Central Angle:**An angle formed by two radii of a circle.**Collinear:**Points that lie on the same straight line.**Cone:**A three-dimensional shape with a circular base and a curved surface tapering to a point.

### Algebra Terms That Start With C

**Constant Term:**A number without a variable factor.**Cubic Equation:**Polynomial equation of degree three.**Conjugate Pair:**Two complex numbers with opposite signs.**Composite Number:**Positive integer with multiple divisors.**Coordinate Plane:**Two-dimensional grid for graphing points.**Cofactor:**Determinant of a matrix with one row and column removed.**Cross Multiply:**Multiply diagonally in proportion calculations.**Correlation Coefficient:**Measure of linear relationship strength.**Completing the Square:**Technique to solve quadratic equations.**Critical Point:**Location where function’s derivative is zero.

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