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71 Cards in this Set

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Acute angle
An angle that measures greater than 0 degrees and less then 90 degrees
Acute Triangle
A triangle that contains an acute angle
A number that is added (ex. 5+8=13 5 & 8 are addends)
Adjacent Angle
Two angles with a common vertex, a common ray and no common interior points
A branch of mathematics in which arithmetic relations are explored using letter symbols to represent numbers.
A step by step procedure used to find a solution
Two rays with the same endpoint, the endpoint is the vertex of the angle
Part of the circumference of the circle
The number of square units needed to cover a surface
Associative property of addition
The sum is alwaysthe same when the addends are grouped differently (2+3)+4+ 2+(3+4)
Associative property of multiplication
The product is always the same when the factors are grouped differently (2 X 3)X4- 2 X (3 X 4)
A number obtained by dividing thesum of two or more addends by the number of addends
Bar graph
A graph using vertical or horizantal bars to display numerical information
Basic fact
A number sentence that has at least two one digit numbers (ex. 7+8=15, 8/4=2)
To divide two congruent parts
Box and whiskers
A graph showing the shape of the data set
The volume of a figure, given in term of liquid measure
A plane figure with all points the sme distance from a given point called the center
Circle graph
A round graph that uses different sized wedges to show how portions of a set of data compare with the whole set
The distance around a circle
Communitive property of addition
Two numbers can be added in either order. the sums are the same
Communative property of multiplication
Two numbers can be multiplied in either order. their products are the same
Common Denominator
A common multiple of two or more denominators. for 1/6 & 5/8 it would be 24
Common Factor
A number that is a factor of two or more numbers. A common factor of 9 and 6 is 3
Common Multiple
A number that is a multiple of two or more numbers. A common factor of 9 & 6 is 3.
Complementary angles
Two angles whose measures add up to 90 degrees
Composite Number
A whole number greater than 1 that is not prime
A solid with a circular base and one vertex
Having the same size and the same shape, as in a congruent figure
Having the same sized and the same shape, as in a congruent figure
Congruent angles
Two andgles gthat have the same measure
Congruent angles
Two angles that have the same measure
A well-thought out guess,prediction or estimate
Coordinate system
A graph with a horizantal number line (x axis) and vertical number line (y axis) that are perpendicular to each othe. The point of orgin is labeled 0 on the graph. An ordered pair (x,y)is used to name a point on the coordinate system
1,2,3,4(naming the sequence of numbers)
A rectangular solid with six congruent square faces
a solid with two bases that are congruent circles
A number that uses place value and a decimal point to show tenths,hundredths, thousandths and so on.
Dependent events
Events such that the outcome of the first event affects the outcome of the second event
The bottom number of a fraction, teling how many parts the whole is divided
In a polygon, a segement that connects one vertexs to another vertex but is not a side of the polygon
In a circle, a segment that passes through the center and has its endpoints on the circle
The answer for subtractio. in 16 -7 = 9, 9 is the difference
Distributive property of multiplication and addition
The product of a number and the sum of two number equals the sum of two products. 3 x (4 + 2)= (3 X 4) + (3 X 2)
A number that is divided by another and the remainder is 0, the first number is divisible by the second number
An operation on two numbers that results in a quotient and a possible remainder
A number that diveds another number. In the example, 36/4 =9, the 4 is the divisor
Th point at the end of the line segment
Equally likely outcomes
Outcomes that have the same chance of occuring in a probablility experiment
A mathmatical sentence that uses the = symbol
Equilateral triangle
A triangle with three congruent sides
Equivalent fraction
Fractions that name the same fraction 1/2=2/4
Even number
A whole number thart is a multiple of 2
The particular outcome one is looking at in a probablity experiment
Expanded form
Expressing a number as factors 325= (3 x 100) + (2 x 10)+ (5 x 1)
A number that tells how many times the base is to be used as a factor
A flat surface of a solid figure
A number to be multiplied or a number that divides evenly into a second given number 2x3=6 2 & 3 are factors of 6)
Factor tree
A diagram showing how a composite number breaks down into its prime factors
Writing a whole number as a product of factors ( the factorization of 12 would be 2x2x3=12)
The number of times a score appears in the list of data
For every input value there is one and only one output value
Greatest common factor
The greatest whole number that divides the two whole numbers ( the GCF of 24 & 232 is 4 evenly)
Greatest possible error
The GPE fo a measurement is equal to 1-2 the unit of measure
Height of a triangle
The perpendicular distance from a vertix to the opposite side or base
A polygon with six sides
Independent events
If two events A & b are independent then the pobability that both will happen is P(A) X P( B)
The whole numbers and their opposites .....-2,-1,0,1,2)
Inverse operations
Operations that undo each other. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. Multiplication and division are inverse operations
Isosceles triangle
A triangle with two congruent sides.
Least common denominator
The least common multiple of two denominators