What do you call the x in the brackets like that: f(x) = ax² + bx + c If I am not mistaken, the x in the brackets is called a variable; a, b, and c are called parameters. But what is a ...
Technically, "percent" should mean "for every hundred". So, I would think that it's perfectly fine to say "150%". However, in common usage, people rarely say percentages greater than a hundred. Is ...