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# LPA Maths Yr7T1 - L

### LPA Maths Vocab Year 7 Term 1 - Lower

Question | Answer |
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Consecutive | Numbers that are next to each other |

Finite | A limited number of items |

Sequence | A list of numbers or patterns that follow a particular pattern or rule |

Term | A number or pattern within a sequence |

Generate | Following a rule or pattern to work out the next term(s) |

Square Number | A positive number that is the result of multiplying a whole number by itself |

Multiple | Is the result of multiplying that number with a whole number |

Cube Number | A number that is the result of multiplying a whole number by itself, then multiplying by itself again. |

Fibonacci Number | Number from a sequence generated by adding the previous two terms together |

Factor | A whole number that divides into the original number exactly |

Angle | Formed by 2 lines meeting at a point. Measured in degrees |

Reflex | An angle between 180 and 360 degrees |

Acute | An angle of less than 90 degrees |

Obtuse | An angle between 90 and 180 degrees |

Right Angle | An angle of exactly 90 degrees |

Parallel Lines | Lines that never meet and stay the same distance apart all the way along their length |

Perpendicular | Two lines that meet at right angles to each other |

Equilateral | Triangle with 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles |

Scalene | Triangle with each side a different length and each angle a different size |

Isosceles | Triangle with two sides and two angles the same size |

Symmetry | A shape can be divided into 2 parts by a line, such that each part is a mirror image of the other |

Rotation | A transformation to turn an object around a centre point |

Reflection | A transformation when a shape is flipped over a mirror line to face the opposite direction |

Translation | A transformation when a shape is moved to a new position without changing its orientation |

Enlargement | A transformation to change the size of a shape |

Congruent | Multiple shapes identical in size |

Similar | Shapes with the same angles but different length sides |

Object | The original shape to be transformed |

Image | The new shape after it has been transformed |

Transformation | Changing of a shape by rotation, reflection, translation or enlargement. |

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