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Pre-Algebra Finals

8x+6 is an example of a(n) _________. Algebraic Expression
A+B = B+A is an example of __________. Commutative Property
An expression is __________ when it has no like terms and no parenthesis. Simplified
In (5,6), 5 is the ___________. X-coordinate
The inverse operation for subtraction is _________. Addition
A group used to represent a larger population is a ________. Sample
7y and 12y are __________. Like terms
An integer less than zero is _________. Negative
The four regions separated by the axes on a coordinate plane are _________. Quadrants
The number that corresponds to a point on the number line is a _________. Coordinate
When added together, an integer and its opposite make ________. Zero
Positive and negative whole numbers are called ________. Integers
The distance a number is from zero on a number line is its _________. Absolute value
When two numbers that are additive inverses of each other are added, the sum is zero. True
The coordinates of the points on a number line are greater as you move from left to right. True
A solid dot on a number line indicates that the point is included in the solution set. True
The perimeter of a geometric figure is the distance around it. True
If you divide both sides of am inequality by the same number, the inequality symbol reverses. False
The greatest integer that is a factor of each of two or more numbers is called their __________. Greatest common factor
A whole number greater than one that has exactly two factors, one and itself, is called a ________. Prime number
An integer, a variable, or the product of integers and variables is a ________. Monomial
Numbers that are expressed using exponents are called _______. Powers
Any number that can be expressed as a fraction using integers for the numerator and denominator, and do not have a denominator of zero. Rational Number
The property that best represents the statement "3+5 = 5+3" is the ________ property of addition. Commutative
____________ represent positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero. Integers
The property that best represents the statement "4+0=4" is the _________ property of addition. Identity
Two numbers whose product is one are multiplicative inverses, or reciprocals, of each other. True
The mode is the number in the middle when the data are arranged in order. False
Mean is what people are usually talking about when they say average. True
A decimal is called a terminating decimal because the division ends when the divisor is zero. False
It is possible to have a set of numerical data with no mean. False
The basic unit of capacity in the metric system is the gram. False
The distance around a circle is its circumference. True
In the metric system, the meter is the basic unit used for measuring distance. True
A radius of a circle is twice the as long as the diameter. False
The null set, or the empty set, contains no elements. True
A segment from any point on a circle to the center of the circle is the radius. True
A ________ is a relation in which each element of the domain is paired with exactly on element in the range. Function
The set of first coordinates of a relation is called the ________. Domain
The ________ is the point at which the line cross the y-axis. Y-intercept
The second set of coordinates of a relation is called the ________. Range
________ lines are always the same distance apart. Parallel
The ________ is the point at which the line crosses the x-axis. X-intercept
In an equation in slope-intercept form, the b represents the ________. Y-intercept
A rate is a special ratio. True
Percentage is a ratio that compares a number to one. False
A ratio is a comparison of two numbers by multiplication. False
The _______ is the difference between the least number and the greatest number in a set of numbers. Range
______ is the ratio that compares the number of ways the event can occur to the ways the event cannot occur. Odds
A(n) _______ angle measures between 0 degrees and 90 degrees. Acute
Two angles are ________ if the sum of their angles is 90 degrees. Complementary
When a line is perpendicular to another line, the angles form a ______ angle. Right
A(n) ______ angle measures between 90 degrees and 180 degrees. Obtuse
A parallelogram with four congruent sides is a _______. Rhombus
Two angles are ______ if the sum of their measures is 180 degrees. Supplementary
A _______ is a common unit of measure for area. Square centimeter
A _____ is a common unit of measure for volume. Cubic centimeter.
The _______ of a solid is the sum of the areas of its faces. Surface area
_________ is the amount of space that a solid contains. Volume
A _____ is named by the shape of its base. Prism
The square root of 6 is 36. True
The longest side of a right triangle is called the ________. Hypotenuse
The degree of a monomial is the ____ of the exponents of its variables. Sum
A ________ is the sum or difference of three monomials. Trinomial
Every polynomial is a monomial. False
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