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Stack #399460

adianna's test prep

mean the average
polygon a closed figure formed by 3 or more connecting line segments
mode the number that occurs most often in a set of data
quadrilatral a polygon with four sides
median the middle number in anordered set data
right angle a ninety degree angle that forms a square corner
composite numbers a counting number that has more than two factors
prime number a counting number that has exactly two factors
conversions 12 inches = 1 foot36 inches =1 yard3 feet = 1yard 1 kilogram = 1000 grams
area the number of a square units a figure contains. The formula for area is length x width
pentagon a polycon with five sides and five verticles
hexagon a polygon with six sides and six verticles
octagon a polygon with eight sides and eight verticles
face the flat side of a figure
even number a number that has 0,2,4,6,or 8 in the ones place
parallel lines lines that run in the same direction, never intersect
intersecting lines two or more lines that cross each other
perpendicular lines two lines that intersect and form a right angle
perimeter the distance around a figure, found by adding the measures of its sides
congurent figures that have athe same size and shape
similar figures that are the same shape, but are not the same size
acute angle an avgle that is less than ninety degrees
obtuse angle an angle that is greater than ninety degrees
identity property of addition the way addends are grouped does not change the sum
total the amount that should not be exceeded
sum the answer to an addition problem
difference the answer to a subtraction problem
product the answer to a multiplycation problem
divide to seperate into equal groups
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