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 equal the same measure, quantity, amount, or number as another; identical in value congruent same shape and same size angle a figure formed where two line segments cross or meet hexagon a polygon with six sides and six angles greatest largest prism solid whose ends are similar, equal, and parallel polygons and whose faces are parallelograms liter a metric unit that used to measure capacity (a coke bottle is 2 liters) least smallest (smallest number or smallest chance) decimal a number that uses place value and a decimal point to show tenths, hundredths, and so on. 1.23 edge the line segment where two faces of a solid figure meet rectangular having a flat surface shaped like a rectangle symmetry when one half of a figure looks like the mirror image of the other half triangle a plane figure with three sides sphere any round object whose curved surface is the same distance from the center to all its points. pentagon a polygon with 5 sides and 5 angles hundredth one of one hundred equal parts. 2 places to the right of the decimal point. cylinder a solid or hollow object that is shaped like a can reasonable something that is logical-makes sense--a real apple could be a snack; a wax apple could not be a snack. 5 groups of 4 children would be about a class size is a reasonable conclusion. 5 groups of 2 children is a class size is not a reasonable answer. meter a metric unit that is used to measure length or distance (remember- your length of your arms spread out-just a little longer than a yard stick-the dot stick) perimeter the distance around a figure area the number of square units needed to cover the surface of a figure numeral a symbol representing a number 5 in 254 is a symbol representing 5 tens in the number 254. relection a geometric figure that is symmetrical to another geometric figure (remember a flip) pattern a form or model proposed for imitation(repeating, duplicating) centimeter a metric unit that is used to measure lengths. (a pinky finger's width) difference the answer to a substraction problem sum the answer to an addition problem product the answer to a multiplication problem rotation is a turn (turning the geometric figure around) estimate rounding numbers to find about how many tenth one of ten equal parts. one place to the right of the decimal point.