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5th Math Take 2

more math vocab

translation slide
reflection flip
rotation turn
line symmetry A line that divides a figure into two congruent halves that are the mirror images of eah other.
area The measure of the interior region of a 2_D figure.
volume The amount of space inside a 3-D figure
mean the sum of a data set divided by how many numbers are in the set.
median The middle number in a data set that is arranged from least to greatest.
angle formed when 2 rays are joined at the endpoint
perimeter distance around a figure
congruent Having the same shape and same size.
transformation A rule for moving every point in a plane figure to a new location
rotational symmetry A figure can be turned less than 360 degrees about a point and can sit on itself to match exactly.
protractor A tool used for measuring and drawing angles.
Celsius Freezing point 0 degreesBoiling point 100 degrees
Fahrenheit Freezing point 32 degreesBoiling point 212 degrees
Created by: clarendon2