• Equation
• Exponent
• Ellipse
• Eigenvalue
• Equilateral triangle
• Exponential function
• Euclidean geometry
• Euler’s formula
• Expected value
• Exterior angle
• Equivalence relation
• Exponentiation
• Even number
• Euler’s number (e)
• Ellipsoid
• Elliptic curve
• Event
• Equilibrium point
• Epsilon-delta proof
• Expansion
• Exclusion principle
• Exponent rules
• Equiangular
• Exterior angle theorem
• Excenter
• Elliptic integral
• Euclidean algorithm
• Exponential growth
• Echelon form
• Endomorphism
• Empty set
• Expected frequency
• Exponential decay
• Euler’s totient function
• Eigenfunction
• Extremum
• Elliptic function
• Expected shortfall
• Ensemble average
• Entropy
• Excentricity
• Exponential distribution
• Equidistant
• Ellipsoid of inertia
• Echelon matrix
• Equal interval
• Exchange rate
• Expected utility
• Empirical rule
• Eccentricity • Equilateral Triangle: A triangle with all sides of equal length.
• Edge: A line segment where two faces of a solid meet.
• Exterior Angle: An angle formed by one side of a polygon and the extension of an adjacent side.
• Ellipse: A curved shape with two focal points, where the sum of distances to the foci remains constant.
• Equidistant: At an equal distance from two or more points.
• Euler’s Formula: Relates the number of vertices, edges, and faces in a polyhedron: V – E + F = 2.
• Endpoint: A point at the end of a line segment or ray.
• Elevation: The vertical angle between a line of sight and a horizontal plane.
• Equation of a Line: A linear relationship expressed algebraically.
• Edge Length: The distance along an edge or side of a geometric figure.

• Equation: Mathematical statement with an equals sign.
• Exponent: Power to which a base is raised.
• Expression: Mathematical phrase containing numbers and/or variables.
• Equilateral Triangle: Triangle with all sides and angles equal.
• Extrapolation: Extending data trend beyond observed range.
• Ellipse: Oval shape formed by intersecting plane and cone.
• Exponential Growth: Rapid increase based on a constant ratio.
• Eigenvalue: Scalar factor in eigenvector transformation.
• Excluded Value: Input that makes a denominator zero in a fraction.
• Elimination Method: Solving a system of equations by canceling variables.

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