goals & reasoning (as requested):
1) im looking for the best, or most accurate, phrase to describe the set of variables/numbers presented here
1.1) im looking for it to improve communication -- so i can describe this set of variables to math types so they can understand,
1.2) and for a general advancement of math for various, unknown perusal
some definitions may be incorrect, please let me know if my understanding of a math term is incorrect
- a variable represents a value
- If a variable can take on any value between two specified values, it is called a continuous variable; otherwise, it is called a discrete variable.
so we have A & B
that means we have two variables.
A & B can take on the range of 0-10
that means we have two continuous variables
- anything of the same type is call a group
- independent variable (A) which affects/determines the dependent variable (B) are different types of variables
A & B represents two group of variables
that means we have two groups of continuous variables
- multiple numbers is 2 or more numbers
you are given multiple numbers from 1-10
that means 3, 5, 8, 2, etc.
A represents these numbers
you are given another set of multiple numbers from 0-100%
that means 25%, 62%, 42%, etc.
B represents these percents/decimal numbers
- to represent multiple numbers, you need multiple variables to represent each of those numbers
A & B represents these multiple numbers/percents
that means we have two groups of multiple, continuous variables
is this conclusion and phrasing correct or accurate in conventional math terminology? if someone said "two groups of multiple, continuous variables" to you, would you understand that means X & Y that are 1) continuous 2) of different variable types 3) and that they represent multiple numbers?
or would you be confused because you were never taught how to translate plain english that is clearly and meticulously outlined into the math language you're so accustomed to -- and adept at?
what phrase would you use to describe these variables so that they are clear to you based on the facts?