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math (continued)

Parallel Lines 2 lines that don't meet at any point
Intersecting lines 2 line that meet one another
Angle a figure that formed by 2 rays that meet at an end point (acute, obtuse, right)
Quadrilateral a figure with 4 sides
Square a quadrilateral with equal sides and 4 right angles
Rectangle a quadrilateral with 4 right angles as well as opposite equal sides
Parallelogram a quadrilateral with 2 sets of parallel sides and opposite equal sides
Triangle a figure with 3 sides
Trapezoid a quadrilateral with one set of parallel sides that are unequal
Irregular/composite figure a figure made up of many shapes
Net a flat out 3-D shape
Surface area the total area of a faces
Perimeter the distance around the outside of a 2-D shape or the # of units that surround the outside of the shape
Area the # of square units that can cover the inside of a 2-D shape
Volume the amount of space a 3-D shape takes up or the number of cubic units that will fill the inside of the shape
Mean the average of a set of #s
Median the middle # of a set of #s
Mode the # that occurs the most
Range the difference of the least and greatest #s of a data set
upper quartile the median of the #s higher than the median
lower quartile the median of the #s lower than the median
Interquartile range subtract the UQ and the LQ
Integer whole numbers and their opposites
Absolute value the distance between the # and 0 on a # line
#line a line with positive and negative #s
Created by: jaqueline