The term "between" mathematically means "at some point along a scale from one amount, distance, weight etc to another, for instance, "the temperature ranged between 8 degree Celsius and 16 degrees Celsius.

The mathworld website (www.mathworld.com) has this to say about the definition of "between" in mathematical parlance: A point 'B' is said to lie between points A and C (assuming A, B, and C to be distinct collinear points) if AB+BC==AC. A lot of Euclid mathematical theories float around the idea of betweeness without making an overt mention about it. All points on a line segment with the exception of end-points lie between the end points. One can find more information about mathematical terms and concept through websites like mathworld and mathforum.org.

The mathworld website (www.mathworld.com) has this to say about the definition of "between" in mathematical parlance: A point 'B' is said to lie between points A and C (assuming A, B, and C to be distinct collinear points) if AB+BC==AC. A lot of Euclid mathematical theories float around the idea of betweeness without making an overt mention about it. All points on a line segment with the exception of end-points lie between the end points. One can find more information about mathematical terms and concept through websites like mathworld and mathforum.org.