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# Math

### Math Anchors

Question | Answer |
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A triangle that has each angle measuring less than 90 degrees. | Acute Triangle |

Angles that share a common side and common vertex and do not overlap. | Adjacent Angles |

A pair of angles located outside a set of parallel lines and on opposite sides of the transversal. | Alternative Exterior Angles |

A pair of angles located between a set of parallel lines and on opposite sides of the transversal. | Alternate Interior Angles |

A graphic method for showing a summary of data using median, quartiles and extremes of data. | Box-and-Whisker Plot |

Two angles whose measures add together, equal 90 degrees. | Complimentary Angles |

An event made up of two or more simple events. | Compound Event |

A two-dimensional system in which the coordinates of a point are its distances from both a horizontal and a vertical line called the axes. The pairs of numbers are called ordered pairs. | Coordinate Plane/Graph |

When a transversal intersects two lines, corresponding angles are on the same side of the transversal and on the same side of the given lines. | Corresponding Angles |

Angles in the same relative position in similar or congruent figures. | Corresponding Angles |

A triangle whose sides are all the same length. | Equilateral Triangle |

A statement of probability based on the results of a series or trials. | Experimental Probability |

Two events in which the outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of the other event. | Independent Events |

A triangle that has exactly two congruent sides. | Isosceles Triangle |

An equation whose graph in a coordinate plane is a straight line. | Linear Function |

Two events that cannot occur at the same time. | Mutually Exclusive Events |

A two-dimensional shape that can be folded to create a three-dimensional figure. | Net |

A triangle with one angle that measures more than 90 degrees. | Obtuse Triangle |

Rules describing what sequence to use in evaluating expressions.Parenthesis PleaseExponents ExcuseMultiplication* MyDivision* DearAddition* AuntSubtraction* Sally* From Left to Right | Order of Operations |

The product of an integer multiplied by itself.2 X 2 = 43 X 3 = 94 X 4 = 165 X 5 = 256 X 6 = 367 X 7 = 498 X 8 = 649 X 9 = 81 | Perfect Square |

Possible orders or arrangements of a set of items.A B CA C BB A CB C AC A BC B A | Permutation |

A three dimensional solid that has two congruent and parallel faces that are polygons. The remaining faces are rectangles. They are named by their bases. | Prism |

An equation showing that two ratios are equal. | Proportion |

The formula for finding the length of a side of a right triangle when the lengths of two sides are given. | Pythagorean Theorem |

A triangle with no congruent sides. | Scalene Triangle |

A graph with points plotted to show a relationship between two variables. | Scatter Plot |

A form of writing very large or very small numbers greater than or equal to 1 and less than 10 multiplied by a power of ten.4.7 X 10 = 4,700,000,000 | Scientific Notation |

Data display that shows groups of data arranged by place value.Stem Leaf6 2 4 87 0 4 5 6 68 0 1 5 89 1 2 3 5 6 96 2 = 62 | Stem and Leaf plot |

Two angles whose measures when added together equal 180 degrees. | Supplementary Angles |

Sum of the areas of all of the faces of a three dimensional figure. | Surface Area |

Statement of the probability of an event without doing an experiment or analyzing data.Number of Favorable OutcomesNumber of Possible Equally Likely Outcomes | Theoretical Probability |

Pair of opposite congruent angles formed when two lines intersect. | Vertical Angles |

A line segment whose end points are on a circle. | Chord |

The distance around a circle. | Circumference |

A whole number having more than two factors.241 X 242 X 123 X 84 X 6 | Composite Number |

Line segment that has end points on a circle and passes through the center of the circle. | Diameter |

A way to write numbers that shows the value of each digit.4,372 = 4,000 + 300 + 70 + 2 | Expanded Notation |

Largest Factor that two or more numbers have in common.24: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 2418: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18 | Greatest Common Factor |

A polygon with 7 sides. | Heptagon |

A bar graph in which the labels for the bars are numerical intervals. | Histogram |

Longest side of a right triangle which is also the side opposite the right angle. | Hypotenuse |

The least common multiple of the denominators in two or more fractions. | Least Common Denominator |

The smallest number other than zero that is a common multiple of two or more numbers.7: 7,14,21,28,35,426: 6,12,18,24,30,36,42 | Least Common Multiple |

either of the two sides that form the right angle in a right triangle. | Leg (of a right triangle) |

A graph showing the frequency of data on a number line. | Line Plot |

A polygon with nine sides | Nonagon |

A flat surface that extends infinitely in all directions. | Plane |

A whole number that has exactly two factors. 1 and itself.1: 1X22: 1X23: 1X35: 1X57: 1X711: 1X1113: 1X13 | Prime Number |

4 regions of a coordinate plane that are separated by the axes. | Quadrant |

A line segment that has one end point on a circle and the other end point at the center of the circle. | Radius |

The difference between the greatest and least number in a set of data.{3, 4, 5, 5, 7, 8, 9}9-3=6The range is 6. | Range |

Ratio that compares two quantities having different units.16 Miles/Gallon33 Feet/Second65 Kilometers/Hour | Rate |

Comparison of two numbers using division.6 Girls7 Boys | Ratio |

Polygon that has all sides congruent and all angles congruent. | Regular polygon |

Decimal that has a repeating sequence of numbers after the decimal point.6.33333333…752.898989…21.456456… | Repeating Decimal |

Polygons that have the same shape, but not neccisarily the same size. Corresponding sides of similar polygons are proportional. | Similar Ploygons |

Angle with a measure of 180 degrees. | Straight Angle |

Decimal that contains a finite number of digits.0.689.5324.67 | Terminating Decimal |

Moving of a figure by a translation (slide), rotation (turn), or reflection(flip). | Transformation |

Price of a single item or amount. | Unit Price |

Rate with the second term being one unit. | Unit Rate |

Diagram that shows relationships among sets of objects. | Venn diagram |

Any of the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, … | Whole number |

Horizontal number line on a coordinate plane. | X-axes |

Vertical number line on a coordinate plane. | Y-Axes |

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