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# Transition Math

### Transition Mathematics Chapter 10 Vocabulary

WordMeaning
Reapeted Addition Property of Multiplication If n is a positive interger, then nx=x+x.........................+x
like terms Terms that involve the same variables to the same powers.
unlike terms Terms that involve the different variables to the different exponents.
Multiplication Property of Equality When equal quantites are multiplied by the same number,the reasulting qauntities are equal.
equation of the form ax+b=c It is when a,b and c are known and x in unknown.
Distributive Property of Multiplication over Addition For any numbers a, b, and x, ax+bx=(a+b)x and x(a+b)=xa+xb
Distributive Property of Multiplication over Subtraction For any numbers a, b, and x, ax-bx=(a-b)x and x(a-b)=xa-xb
net A plane pattern for a 3d figure
surface area The sum of the areas of the faces of a solid.
numerically equal It is when the area and perimeter of a 2d are equal.
acre A unit of area that is equal to 43,560 sq ft.
height The perpendicular distance from any vertex of a triangle to the side opposite that vertex.
altitude The perpendicular segment from a vertex of a triangle to the opposite side of the triangle.
base of a triangle The side of triangle perpendicular to an altitude.
Area Formula for Any Triangle Let b be the lenght of a side of a triangle with area A. Let h be the length of the altitude drawn to that side. Then bh1/2=A
trapeziod A qaudrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides.
Area Formula for a Trapezoid Let b be the length of a side of a trapezoid with b1 and b2, and height h. Then A=1/2*h(b1+b2)
trapeziod------height, altitude, and base These are used to find the area of trapeziods.
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