- common difference
- noun Date: circa 1771 the difference between two consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

- common difference
- noun Date: circa 1771 the difference between two consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

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