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27 Cards in this Set

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a straight line passing through the center of a figure or body; especially : a line segment through the center of a circle with its ends on the circle's circumference
Distributive property (numeric)
an algebra property which is used to multiply a single term and two or more terms inside a set of parentheses
the line where two plane faces of a solid meet <an edge of the cube>
Equation (modeling)
a statement of the equality of two mathematical expressions
Expanded form
A way to write numbers by showing the value of each digit
A flat surface of a solid figure
Improper fraction
A fraction which has a larger numerator than denominator
Intersecting (lines)
Lines that intersect in a point are called intersecting lines
Inverse operation
The quantity which cancels out a given quantity
Another word for average. Mean almost always refers to arithmetic mean.
Metric units (meter, liter, gram)
Meter – 3.28 feet
Liter – 33.824 fluid ounces
Gram - 0.035 ounces
Numerical unit between thousands and billions
Mixed numbers
Mixed numbers have a whole number part and a fraction part
Parallel (lines)
Lines that never cross and are always the same distance apart
Perpendicular (lines)
At a 90° angle
A flat surface extending in all directions; two-dimensional figure
A closed plane figure for which all sides are line segments. The name of a polygon describes the number of sides
Proper fraction
A fraction with a smaller numerator than denominator
A polygon with four sides.
A line segment between the center and a point on the circle or sphere.
A part of a line starting at a particular point and extending infinitely in one direction
Standard form
A way to write numbers by using the digits 0-9, with each digit having a place value
the place value that represents one thousandth of a whole. It is also one tenth of a hundredth and one hundredth of a tenth
Types of triangles (isosceles, equilateral, scalene, right, acute, obtuse)
Isosceles – triangle with two sides that are the same length
Equilateral – A triangle with three congruent sides.
Scalene – A triangle for which all three sides have different lengths.
Right – A triangle which has a right (90°) interior angle.
Acute – A triangle for which all interior angles are acute.
Obtuse – A triangle which has an obtuse angle as one of its interior angles.
A quantity that can change or that may take on different values
Vertex or verticles
A corner point of a geometric figure
X, y axis
x-axis - the horizontal axis of a two-dimensional plot
y-axis - The vertical axis of a two-dimensional plot