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Acute Angle
An angle measuring more than 0 and less than 90 degrees
Add
To join two or more numbers (or quantities) to get one number called the sum ot total.
Adjacent
Next to.
Angle
The figure formed when two rays meet at a common endpoint called a vertex.
Area
Surface space that is measured in square units.
Attribute
A characteristic of an object such as its size, shape, or color.
Average
Found by adding the set, and then dividing the sum by the number of values in the set.
Base
The bottom of something. The bottom line of a plane shape, or the bottom face of a solid.
Billion
1,000,000,000; a thousand millions
Capacity
The amount a container can hold.
Celsius
A temperature measurement scale used in the metric system.
Center Point
The place where all points on a circle are the same distance from.
Centi -
A prefix meaning one hundredth.
Circle
A set of points forming a curved figure in a plane. All points in the set are the same distance from one point, called the center
Circle Graph
A graph that compares the numbers in a set of data by showing the relative size of the parts that make up a whole.
Circumference
The distance around a circle.
Combinations in Probability
Changes in the order of object where order is not significant (important).
Common Denominator
A common multiple of the denominators.
Common Factor
A number that is a factor of two or more numbers.
Composite Number
A positive whole number with more than two factors.
Cone
A solide figure with one circular base and one vertex.
Congruent
Having the same size and shape.
Consecutive
Numbers or objects that follow each other in an unbroken sequence.
Coordinate System
A system used to plot or locate coordinates on a graph.
Coordinate
A number pair that locates a point in a plane.
Cube
A three-deminsional figure with six square faces all equal in size. At each vertex, all sides meet at right angles.
Cup
A customary unit for measuring capacity. It is equal to the following: 8 fluid ounces, 1/2 of a pint, 1-4 of a quart, and 1/16 of a gallon.
Customary Measurement
A measuring system used mainly in the United States.
Cylinder
A three dimensional solid that has both a circular base and a circular top.
Data
A collection of information that is usually gathered by observation, questioning, or measurement. It is often organized in graphs or charts for analysis.