• Software
    Category: Computer Science

    a set of instruction, which instructs the hardware for step-by-step operations.

  • Sclera
    Category: Medicine

    The white part of the eyeball that is tough and protects our eyes from getting hurt and injured.

  • Sum (∑)
    Category: Mathematics

    The answer to an addition problem.

  • Secondary Alkyl Halide
    Category: Organic

    When chlorine, fluorine, bromine, or iodine is attached to a carbon atom. That carbon atom is considered secondary if there are two other carbons are connected to the carbon that the chlorine, fluorine, bromine, or iodine is attached to.

  • Speed
    Category: Mathematics

    How fast or slow an object moves.

  • Sample
    Category: Mathematics

    A set of data taken from population.

  • Sample Size
    Category: Mathematics

    The number of members in a sample.

  • Sphere
    Category: Mathematics

    A solid whose every point is the same distance from the center.

  • Short Integer (Short int)
    Category: Chemical Engineering

    A smaller version of integer.

  • Search Engine
    Category: Computer Science

    A search engine is software code that is designed to search for information on the World Wide Web.

  • Smalltalk
    Category: Computer Science

    Smalltalk is an object-oriented, dynamically typed, reflective programming language.

  • System Software
    Category: Computer Science

    System software, also known as system program, is a type of software which includes the operating system and all utility programs that manage computer resources at a low level.

  • Sarcoplasmic Reticulum
    Category: Biology

    A similar, yet different variation of the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). Contains the calcium necessary to start a contraction when a muscle is stimulated.

  • Sum
    Category: Spirituality

    The answer to an addition problem

  • Speed
    Category: Physics

    Speed is how fast you are going WITHOUT telling what direction.(Similar to Velocity, but different). Usually measured in meters per second or meters divided by seconds. (Speed = Distance/Time)

  • Statics
    Category: Physics

    The study of non-moving things.

  • Scalar
    Category: Physics

    Something that has a magnitude WITHOUT a direction. (Please view magnitude and direction.)

  • Second Order/Degree
    Category: Differential Equations

    When the highest exponential number in a differential equation is a 2.

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