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# Stack #399460

### adianna's test prep

Question | Answer |
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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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