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Definition 
Half turn 
A 180° turn as from front to back and viceversa. 
Hectare is a metric unit area defined as 10,000 square meters.  
Vertical distance from base to the top.The another name of height is altitude.  
Half of the sphere.  
Heptagon 
A polygon with 7 sides and 7 angles. 
Hexagon 
A six sided polygon. 
Histogram 
Histogram is a graphical representation in statistics. It shows the visual impression of the distribution data. It groups numbers in to ranges. 
Horizontal 
Right angles to the vertical or parallel to the level ground. In graph paper xaxis is refer to the horizontal line. In the diagram below the line x = 1 is parallel to x axis. 
Hyperbola 
One type of conics is hyperbola. Hyperbola is a set of points found by keeping the difference of the distances from two points is constant. 
The side opposite to the right angle in right angled triangle. Hypotenuse is the longest side of the right angled triangle.  
Hypothesis 
An assumed statement used as a premise in an argument. 
Half angle formulas 
In trigonometry we have half angle formulas.

To find the area of triangle when measurements of three sides are given. Area of scalene triangle = √s(sa)(sb)(sc) Here a, b and c are the sides of the triangle and s is known as perimeter of the triangle. To find the value of s we have to use the formula S = (a + b + c)/2  
This is nothing but the reciprocal of the arithmetic mean of the reciprocals of the given numbers. In other words to find the H of the given numbers, we have to divide n (total number of given numbers) by the sum of the reciprocals of the given numbers.  
If the divisor m=12, then the arithmetic modulo 12 is called the clock arithmetic. The remainder can be related to hour numbers in a clock where 0 corresponds to the 12 hour.  
A function of several variables is said to be homogenous of degree n if each variables are multiplying by t has the same effect as multiplying the original function by tⁿ.That is f(t x, t y) = tⁿ f(x,y) 