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64 Cards in this Set
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pie graph

information shown with a circle


certain

sure to happen


impossible

will never happen


parts of a graph

title
numbers data 

vertical bar graph

a graph that displays the information from bottom to top


horizontal bar graph

a graph that shows the information from left to right


data

information with numbers


tally marks

ll


survey

asking questions to collect data


picture graph

a graph made of pictures to show information


result

outcome


less likely

probably will not happen


more likely

probably will happen


addends

numbers added together to find a sum


sum

the answer to an addition sentence


add

combine two or more groups


number sentence

equation or comparison


addition

operation of combining groups to find the total


equals

is the same as


plus sign

symbol that tells to add the numbers


equation

number sentence with an equal sign


subtraction

operation of taking away, comparing, or finding a missing part


subtract

take away, compare, and find the missing part


minus sign

symbol that means find the difference


difference

the answer to a subtraction problem


3dimensional geometric figure

a space or solid shape that is ot flat


2dimensional geometirc figure

a plane shape that lies completely on a flat surface


cone

a 3dimensional geometric figure with a curved surface and a vertex


polygon

a closed 2dimensional geometric figure with three or more straight sides


circle

a 2dinemsional geometric figure with zero sides and zero corners


triangle

a 2dimensional geometirc figure with 3 sides and 3 vertices


faces

the flat surfaces of a 3dimensional figure or solid


vertex (Vertices)

where two edges or sides come together to form a corner on a 2  3  dimensional geometric figure


side

a line segment that is part of a 2dimensional figure


sphere

a 3dimensional geometirc figure with a surved surface and made of points that are equally distant from the center


pyramid

a 3dimensional geometric figure whose base is a polygon and whose other faces share a common vertex


edges

the place where two faces of a 3dimensional geometric figure or solid meet


cube

a 3dimensional geometric figure having 6 square faces


cylinder

a 3dimensional geometric figure with a curves surface and 2 faces


prism

a 3dimensional geometric figure named by its base such as a rectangular and a triangular prism


rectangle

a 2dimensional figure with 4 vertices and opposite sides that are the same length


square

a special kind of rectangle with 4 vertices and 4 sides that are all equal in length


rhombus

a parallelogram with all four sides equal


hexagon

a polygon with 6 sides


trapezoid

a polygon with 4 sides in which two of the sides are parallel


congruent

figures that have the same size and same shape


line of symmetry

a figure that can be folded along a line so that the two halves match exactly


point

the exact location in space


equal

having the same amount or value


fraction

a number that names part of a whole or part of a set


numerator

the top number in a fraction that tells how many equal parts are described by the fraction


denominator

the bottom number of a fraction that tells how many equal parts are being counted


pentagon

a polygon with 5 sides


capacity

the amount a container can hold


unit

a precisely fixed quantity used to measure


area

the measure, in square units of the inside region (covering) of a twodimensional figure


mass

the amount of matter in an object


weight

a measure of the heaviness of an object


attribute

the characteristic of an object


customary system

a measurement system that is used in the United States


length

the distance along a line or figure from one point to another


temperature

a measure of how hot or cold something is


metric system (SI)

a measurement system used around the world


time

seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, and so on
