Discover a list of math-related words that start with the letter “G” to boost your mathematical vocabulary.

- Geometric – Relating to geometry, the branch of mathematics concerning shapes and properties of figures.
- Geometry – The study of shapes, sizes, and properties of spaces and figures.
- Graph – A diagram representing data or mathematical relationships.
- Gradient – The rate of change or slope, often used in the context of graphs and derivatives.
- Gaussian – Pertaining to the normal distribution, a probability distribution used in statistics.
- Group – A set with an operation that combines any two elements to form a third element within the set.
- Growth – Increase, applicable in various contexts such as exponential growth in mathematics.
- Grid – A network of lines that cross each other to form a series of squares or rectangles.
- Girth – The distance around the circumference of a geometric object.
- GCD (Greatest Common Divisor) – The largest number that divides two or more numbers without leaving a remainder.
- GCF (Greatest Common Factor) – Another term for Greatest Common Divisor.
- Golden Ratio – A special number approximately equal to 1.618, which has unique properties in geometry.
- Gaussian Elimination – A method for solving linear equations.
- Gradient Vector – A vector consisting of the partial derivatives of a function.
- Glide Reflection – A transformation involving a translation followed by a reflection.
- Generalization – The process of formulating general concepts by abstracting common properties of instances.
- Gaussian Function – A function that represents a normal distribution curve.
- Grid Method – A technique for multiplying large numbers.
- Geometric Progression – A sequence of numbers where each term is found by multiplying the previous term by a constant.
- Gaussian Distribution – Another term for normal distribution.
- Graph Theory – The study of graphs and their properties.
- General Solution – A solution that contains all possible solutions for a differential equation.
- General Linear Group – The group of invertible matrices.
- Geodesic – The shortest path between two points on a curved surface.
- General Relativity – A theory of gravitation that is formulated using differential geometry.
- Gini Coefficient – A measure of statistical dispersion intended to represent income or wealth distribution.
- Geometric Mean – The central number in a geometric progression.
- Genus – A classification used in topology to represent an object’s number of holes.
- Gaussian Integer – A complex number whose real and imaginary parts are both integers.
- Generation – The creation of new data points or points in geometry.
- Galois Theory – A branch of abstract algebra dealing with the symmetries of roots of polynomials.
- Gap – The difference or distance between numbers or elements in a set.
- Geodetic – Relating to the shape and curvature of the Earth.
**Gram-**Schmidt Process – A method for orthonormalizing a set of vectors in an inner product space.- Gleason’s Theorem – A result in the mathematical foundations of quantum mechanics.
- Generalized Coordinates – Parameters that describe the configuration of a system in mechanics.
- Gödel Number – A number that encodes a mathematical object using Gödel’s incompleteness theorems.
- Gaussian Curve – Another term for the bell curve or normal distribution.
- Gini Index – Same as Gini Coefficient, used as a measure of inequality.
- Gradient Descent – An optimization algorithm.
- Generator – An element that, when used in combinations, can produce all elements of a given set.
- Goal – Often used in optimization and game theory to indicate a desired outcome.
- Gaussian Blur – A function used in image processing to smooth data.
- Gaussian Surface – An imaginary closed surface used in Gauss’s law for electricity.
- Graphical Solution – Solving problems using graphs rather than algebraic methods.
- Gyroscope – A device used to measure orientation and angular velocity, with applications in physics and engineering but related to geometry.