Series - Mathematics and Science

Mathematics and Science

  • Series (botany), a taxonomic rank between genus and species
  • Series (mathematics), the sum of a sequence of terms
  • Series circuits, a kind of electrical network
  • Seriation (archaeology), a method of dating objects
  • Seriation (semiotics), a concept in interpreting phenomena
  • Series (stratigraphy), a stratigraphic unit deposited during a certain interval of geologic time

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