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Math Part 3


What are compound events? Compound events are two or more related events.
Does the first outcome affect the second outcome in an independent event? No it does not affect.
Does the first outcome affect the second outcome in a dependent event. Yes indeed it does.
What is the formula for P (A and B) It is P(A) times P(B)
What does the P stand for? Probability
What is the probability of a single event often expressed as? it is often expressed as a fraction.
What is the numerator in the equation? possible outcomes
What is the denominator in the equation? total outcomes
What happens if a and b are dependent events? the probability of A and B together equal the product of the probability of A and the probability of B after A
What is experimental probability? It is probability that is based on data from repeating an event many times.
What is theoretical probability? Probability based on comparing the number of possible outcomes to the total number of outcomes.
What does a base plan show? The shape of the base when viewed from above.
What does it indicate? It indicates the height of each part of the base, usually with numbers.
What does a translation mean? Translation means creating an identical image of a figure in different place.
What are geometric concepts used to do? Solve real life problems.
What is an area? The area of a figure is the number of square units it encloses.
What is the circumference? Distance around the circle.
What is an isometric view? A drawing of a solid viewed from one corner.
What are the legs of a right triangle? The legs of a right triangle are the two shorter sides.
What is a hypotenuse? The longest side.
What does the Pythagorean theorem state? In any right triangle the square of the length of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the lengths of the legs.
What is a coordinate plane? A grid formed by 2 intersecting number lines.
What is the horizontal number line? x axis
What is the vertical number line? y axis.
What is the origin? The point at which they intersect.
What is an ordered pair? A pair of numbers in parentheses.
What is the lateral surface area? The lateral surface area of a solid is the sum of the areas of all its surfaces except the bases.
What is the total surface area? The total surface area of a solid is the sum of the areas of all of its surfaces
What is one way to find the surface areas of prisms? Drawing nets
What is a net? A net is a two-dimensional figure that can be folded to form a three-dimensional figure.
What is the volume? The volume of a 3D figure is the number of cubic units needed to fill the space inside the figure.
A cylinder has what? Congruent and parallel circular bases and a smooth side.
The volume of a solid is the measure of what? The space that the solid occupies.
The height of a prism or cylinder is what? The length of a perpendicular line segment connecting the bases.
The height of a pyramid or cone is what? The length of the perpendicular line segment connecting the base and the vertex.
What is similar? Two geometric figures that have the same shape but not necessarily the same size.
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