What Is a Cluster in Math?


In terms of Math, a cluster is a group of numbers in which one would like to use to find out additional information. For example, one can use a cluster of numbers to find the average of all numbers within the cluster.
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In mathematics, a cluster is a group that each is representative of the entire population. They should typically be as heterogeneous as possible. The size of a cluster should be large enough to reflect the heterogeneity of the population.
A Math Cluster is a classification of a data set into a group of filed cells which are connected to their neighbours vertically or horizontally. It refers to a group of similar elements occurring close together. Therefore, clustering can be defined as the classification of a data set into a group of numbers, where the members of each group surround a particular number.
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