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perpendicular lines
lines that intersect to form a right angle;
they look like a cross
triangle
has three sides
Digits
symboles used to write numbers
Ordinal numbers
these numbers tell you the order of
things:
First, second, third,...
Mixed number
6 1/2 is an example; it contains a whole number
and a fraction
line segment
A line that ends
Difference
Answer to a subtraction problem
fraction
represents part of a whole
circle
shape has nos sides just a curved
line
Metric Systen
is an international system of measure
based on units such as meters, liters,
and grams
sequence
numbers that follow a rule or pattern
number sentence
5 + 6 = 11 is an example of this. It contains
both numbers and symbols.
numerator
The top number of a fraction
denominator
The bottom number of a fraction
kilometer
1000m
borrowing
Exchanging a ten dollar bill for 10 ones. You do
this when you subtract.
whole numbers
Counting numbers plus zero
denominator
The bottom number of a fraction
even numbers
numbers you can split up evenly
rectangle
shape that has 2 sides one length
and the other sides have a different
length
Sum
Answer to an addition problem
Counting Numbers
The numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 are examples of
square root
opposite of squaring a number
right angle
angle that is formed when you have
perpendicular lines
square
has four sides that are all the same
size
addend
numbers you add together in an addition problem