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114 Cards in this Set

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cross product
A method used to solve proportions and test whether ratios are equal:

a/b=c/d if ad=bc
equivalent ratios
Ratios that are equal.

5/4=10/8; 5:4=10:8
[1]Fixed ratio between two things;
[2]A comparison of two different kinds of units, for example, miles per hour or dollars per hour.
unit rate
The rate in lowest terms.
A number expressed in relation to 100, represented by the symbol%.
circle graph
(pie chart)
A way of displaying statistical data by dividing a circle into proportionally-sized "slices".
absolute value
A number's distance from zero on the number line.
mixed number
A number composed of a whole number and a fraction.
terminating decimal
A decimal with a finite number of digits.
repeating decimal
A decimal in which a digit or a set of digits repeat infinitely.
The result of dividing a given quantity into q.
inverse operations
Operations that undo each other.
A number or expression that is multiplied by another to yield a product.

3 and 11 are factors of 33
The product of a given number and an integer.
least common multiple
The smallest nonzero whole number that is a multiple of two or more whole numbers.
greatest common factor
The greatest number that is a factor of two or more numbers.
prime number
A whole number greater than 1 whose only factors are 1 and itself.
composite number
A number exactly divisible by at least one whole number other than itself and 1.
prime factorization
The expression of a composite number as a product of its prime factors.
A statement that two ratios are equal.
A comparison of two numbers.
Having the same shape, but not necessarily the same size.
scale factor
The factor by which all the components of an object are multiplied in order to create a proportional enlargement or reduction.
A solid geometrical figure that has four or more plane faces.
triangular prism
A polygon that has three sides.
rectangular prism
A prism that has six rectangular faces.
(n.)A solid figure with six square sides.
(v.)To multiply a number by itself and then by itself again.
hexagonal prism
A prism that has two hexagonal bases and six rectangular sides.
A measure of the distance of an object from end to end.
[1]The side or face on which a three-dimensional shape stands;
[2]The number of characters a number system contains.
A two-dimensional side of a three-dimensional figure.
A line segment from the center of a circle to any point on its circumference.
A line segment that passes through the center of a circle and divides it in half.
The distance around a circle, calculated by multiplying the diameter by the value pi.
A three-dimensional shape.
A solid figure that has two parallel, congruent polygonal faces (called bases).
A solid geometrical figure that has a polygonal base and triangular faces that meet at a common vertex.
A solid shape with parallel circular bases.
A solid consisting of a circular base and one vertex.
A perfectly round grometric solid, consisting of a set of points equidistant from a center point.
A two-dimensional plan that can be folded to make a three-dimensional model of a solid.
isometric drawing
A two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional object in which parallel edges are drawn as parallel lines.
cross product
A method used to solve proportions and test whether ratios are equal:

a/b=c/d if ad=bc
A msthematical process that changes the shape or position of a geometric figure.
box plot
A diagram, constructed from a set of numerical data, that shows a box indicating the middle 50% of the ranked statistics, as well as the maximum, minimum and medium statistics.
minimum value
The least value of a function or a set of number.
maximum value
The greatest value of a function or a set of numbers.
In statistics, the difference between the largest and smallest values in a sample.
The quotient obtained when the sum of the numbers in a set is divided by the number of addends.
The middle number in an ordered set of numbers.
The number of element that occurs most frequently in a set of data.
A graph in which statistical data is represented by blocks of proportionally-sized areas.
stem-and-leaf plot
A method of presenting numerical data between 1 and 99 by separating each number into its ten-digit (stem) and its unit-digit (leaf) and then arranging the data in ascending order of the ten-digits.
A letter or other symbol that represents a number or set of numbers in an expression or an equation.
dependent event
A group of happenings, each of which affects the probability of the occurence of the others.
independent event
An event in which the outcome does not influence the outcome of other events.
order of operations
To find the answer to an equation, follow this four step process:
1)do all operations with parentheses first;
2)simplify all numbers with exponents;
3)multiply and divide in order from left to right;
4)add and subtract in order from left to right.
like terms
Terms that include the same variables raised to the same powers. Like terms can be combined.
A letter or other symbol that represents a number or set of numbers in an expression or an equation.
A statement that describes a relationship between numbers or objects.
multiplicative inverse
The number for any given number that will yield 1 when the two are multiplied, same as reciprocal.
additive inverse
A number that when added to a given number results in a sum of zero.

(-3) is the additive inverse of 3
The enclosing symbols (), which indicate that the terms within are a unit.
percent of change
A ratio that compares the change in quantity to the original amount.
percent of increase
When the original quantity is increased.
percent of decrease
When the original quantity is decreased.
The sale of goods in large quantities usually for resale by a retail merchant.
The sale of commodities or goods in small quantities directly to consumers.
The increase in price when stores sell items for more than they paid in order to make a profit.
sales tax
An additional amount of money charged on items that people buy.
A fee paid based on a percentage of sales.
The amount by which the regular price of an item is reduced. The sakes price is the regular rpice minus the discount.
sale price
The price of an item that is less than the regular price.
The transformation that enlarges or reduces a figure.
The length of the segment perpendicular to the base with endpoints on opposite sides. In a triangle, the distance from a base to the opposite vertex.
box-and-whisker plot
A diagram that summarizes data by dividing it into four parts.
lower quartile
The median of the lower half of data.
upper quartile
The median of the upper half of data.
interquartile range
The difference between the upper quartile and the lower quartile.
bar graph
A method of comparing data by using solid bars to represent quantities.
A number separated from the rest of the data.
frequency table
Shows the number of pieces of data that fall within given intervals.
Separates the scale into equal parts.
indirect measurement
Measurement that uses similar figures to find the length, width, or height of objects that are too difficult to measure directly.
Can refer to any of the four parts of a box-and-whisker plot. Each quartile contains one-fourth, or 25% of the data.
measure of central tendency
Used to describe the center of data. The most common are the mean, median, and mode.
Find the value of powers by multiplying the factors.
The set of input values.
The number you start with in a function.
The end result of a function.
equivalent expressions
Expressions that have the same value.
The numerical factor of a term that contains a variable.
Tells how many times the base is used as a factor.
additive inverse
The opposite of an integer. The sum of an integer and its additive inverse is zero.
multiplicative inverse
The product of a number and its multiplicative inverse is 1. The multiplicative inverse of 2/3 is 3/2.
additive inverse
The opposite of an integer. The sum of an integer and its additive inverse is zero.
multiplicative inverse
The product of a number and its multiplicative inverse is 1. The multiplicative inverse of 2/3 is 3/2.
proper fraction
A fraction where the numerator is smaller than the denominator.
improper fraction
A fraction where the denominator is larger than the numerator.
Mass over volume
space figure
A 3 dimensional object.
bird's eye view
Look from the top down.
isometric dot paper
Used to draw space figures
To reduce
Simple interest is the amount paid or earned for the use of money.

Use the formula: I=prt
lateral face
Faces (sides) of space figures not including the bases(s).
lateral area
The surface area of a prism, cylinder, pyramid, or cone not including the base(s).
middle quartile, median
Middle quartile is used with box plots/box-and-whisker plots.
The middle number in a set of data when the data are arranged in numerical order If the data has an even number, the median is the mean of the two middle numbers.
sales tax
An additional amount of money charged on items that people buy.
regular price
The price before discounts are taken or tax is added.
sale price
The regular price minus the discount.
corresponding angles
Angles that the same position on two different parallel lines cut by the transversal.
corresponding parts
Parts on congruent or similar figures that match.