**3.**a2 + b2 − 2ab cos(C)**4.**An extreme value in a set of data**6.**The value of an investment or loan on a date before the end of the term**7.**Unrepresentative sample**9.**Three values that divide a set of data into four intervals with equal numbers of data**10.**The value of an investment or loan at the end of the term**11.**The middle value when data is arranged least to greatest**14.**A binomial form of x2-r2**18.**The value that occurs the most**19.**Data that can have any numerical value**20.**A group that are representative of the population that are taken**21.**decay non linear growth represented with an downward curve**22.**One round of a probability experiment**25.**A Vertical line that passes through vertex**26.**All individuals or items that belong to a group being studied**27.**The x intercept in a quadratic relation**28.**A possible result of an experiment**29.**The sum of values in a set of data divided by the number of numbers in the data**31.**Side that forms one side of the right angle ,across the hypotenuse**32.**Data that are distinct and can be counted**33.**The time it takes for a quantity to decay or be reduced to half its initial amount

**1.**Longest side of the triangle**2.**The graph of a quadratic relation**3.**The length of time for which interest is calculated before accumulated**5.**The point where the parabola changes from decreasing to increasing or visa versa**8.**Time required for a quantity to double in number**12.**Triangle measurements**13.**The interest paid on the principle and its accumulated interest**15.**Typical value for a probability distribution**16.**a/sin A = b/sin B = c/sin C**17.**Non linear growth represented with an upward curve**23.**The money paid on an investment or loan . A percent of the principal**24.**A set of outcomes with the same result**26.**The value of the initial investment or loan**30.**The difference between the highest and lowest values in set data