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A.V. #5

Achievement Review Vocabulary #5

altitude The perpendicular distance from a vertex to the opposite side of a plane figure. (Height)
bar graph A graph that is used to show comparisons.
histogram A type of graph that uses intervals and the bars touch one another.
circle graph A graph in which its interior is divided into parts (sectors) to show the parts of a set of data compared to the whole.
compensation Adding and subtracting the same amound to both addends.
lost/sold Method used for converting units of measure.
dividend The number that is being divided.
divisor The number that you divide by in a division problem.
line graph A graph that shows change over time.
outlier A number in a set of data that is larger or smaler than the rest of the other numbers in the set.
quotient The answer in a division problem.
surface area The area of all of the sides of a 3-dimensional figure added together.
volume The number of cubic units that will fit inside of a 3-dimensional object.
Created by: arausch1