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# matt clark

### OGT math/OPT

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1squared 1
2 squared 4
3 squared 9
4 squared 16
5 squared 25
6 squared 36
7 squared 49
8 squared 64
9 squared 81
10 squared 100
11 squared 121
consecutive back to back next to
interger whole numbers poistive and negative
equiateral all sides that are equal
respectively to give it in matching order
perimeters the distant around the figure
difference answer to a subtraction problem
quotient answer to a division problem
distinct different
whole numbers counting numbers including 0
intergers including positive and negative numbers including 0
angle two rays (lines) that come together
approximation close to in a value
area amount of space inside of a two dimentional figure
averaage rate slope, constant amount of increase
bar graph bars that show amount of things in a category
bias unfair, results favoring one group over another
box and wisker plot graph with medians inside of a box
combination groups of items in no particular order
congruent having the same size and shapes, measures are equal in vaule
coordinates an ordering pair on graph usally (x.y)
corresponding pairs of sides or angles that are related between figures
cross-section the two dimensional section inside of a three dimensional figure
depth how deep, how much does it hold
diameter distance across a circle that goes through the center
dimensions length, width, height, size of object
edge the line segment connecting vertices(corners) in afigure
equivalent equal to can replace with
inequality not equal to what is given grater or less than
interval part of a graph or segment of numbers
irrational gives you a non- reapting decimal
maximum highest possible value
mean average- all values and divide by numbers of objects
median middle number
midpoint equal distance between two points
minimum smallest possible value
parallelogram four sides, opposite sides are parellel and equal
percent part of 100, move decimal are parallel and equal
permutation possible orders or arrangments of a set of items or events
population density how many people are in given area
probability what is chance something will hapen when you want, divided by all items
proportion two equal ratios(fratcions)
random not planned you are not deciding what or who will be picked
ratio comparsion of two numbers ( usally seen as a fraction)
rational the numbers is a number or a repeating decimal
rectangle parallelogram with four equal sides, no 90 angles
transtation how do yoyy move an figure on a graph
triangle 3 sided figure
vertex where the sides (edges) in a figure come togther at a point
vertices more than one vetox
volume how much space is inside of a three- dimensional figure
absolute error the absolut value of the difference between the measured value of a quantity and its true value
Acute An angle whose measure is greater than 0 and less than 90
associative property the result of an operation on real numbers will be unchanged due to grouping for addition, (a+b)+c= a+(b+c)
biased sampling a sample that over represents or under represents part of the population.
bivariate sampling a sample that over represents or under represents part of the population
bivariate data data or events described using two variables
box-and-whisker plot a diagram that shows pictorially the median and measures of spread( upper and lower interquarile ranges and the range) for one set of data.
causation the relationship between two variables where a change in one variable effects the outcome of the other variable
categorical data data that can be classified by type color types of dogs. these types of data are typically represents using bar chart, pie charts or pictographs.
central angle An angle whose vertex is the center of a circle and is in the same plane aas thje circle.
Created by: Matt.Clark