# in+any+degree

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**Degree symbol**— This article describes the typographical or mathematical symbol. For other meanings, see Degree. ° Degree symbol Punctuation …22

**Degree of a polynomial**— The degree of a polynomial represents the highest degree of a polynominal s terms (with non zero coefficient), should the polynomial be expressed in canonical form (i.e. as a sum or difference of terms). The degree of an individual term is the… …23

**Degree of a field extension**— In mathematics, more specifically field theory, the degree of a field extension is a rough measure of the size of the extension. The concept plays an important role in many parts of mathematics, including algebra and number theory indeed in any… …24

**degree**— noun 1 measurement of angles VERB + DEGREE ▪ rotate, spin, turn ▪ I turned the wheel 90 degrees, PREPOSITION ▪ through … degrees ▪ …25

**Degree of a continuous mapping**— This article is about the term degree as used in algebraic topology. For other uses, see degree (mathematics). A degree two map of a sphere onto itself. In topology, the degree is a numerical invariant that describes a continuous mapping between… …26

**degree**— de•gree [[t]dɪˈgri[/t]] n. 1) any of a series of steps or stages, as in a process or course of action; a point in any scale 2) cvb a stage or point in or as if in progression or retrogression: We followed the degrees of her recovery with joy[/ex] …27

**degree**— 1. (° or deg) the standard unit of angle measure, equal to 1/360 circle, 60 minutes, 3600 seconds, or about 0.017 453 293 radian. So far as we know, this unit was introduced by the Greek geometer Hipparchus of Nicaea (ca. 180 ca. 125 BC),… …28

**Degree-constrained spanning tree**— In graph theory, a degree constrained spanning tree is a spanning tree where the maximum vertex degree is limited to a certain constant k. The degree constrained spanning tree problem is to determine whether a particular graph has such a spanning …29

**Degree of comparison**— Grammatical categories Animacy Aspect Case Clusivity Definiteness Degree of comparison Evidentiality …30

**degree**— noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French degré, from Vulgar Latin *degradus, from Latin de + gradus Date: 13th century 1. a step or stage in a process, course, or order of classification < advanced by degrees > 2 …