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Coordinate a pair of numbers that give the location of a point on a graph
Probability the likelihood that an event will happen
congruent same size same shape
faces a flat surface on a solid figure
vertices a common point where two lines meet
ratio a comparison of two numbers or three to four
equivalent same or equal
mean the sum of numbers in a set of data divided by the number of pieces of data
median the middle number in a set of numbers
mode the number that occurs most often in a set of numbers
range in a set of numbers, it is the difference between the highest number and the lowest number
area length times width, the amount of space inside of something
perimeter the distance around something, length plus width plus length plus width
difference subtracting one number from another, the result is the difference
product the answer in a multiplication problem
sum the answer to an addition problem
multiple a product of two numbers
diameter the distance across a circle
division making equal groups
divisor the number you are dividing by
dividend the number being divided
quotient the answer to a division problem
evaluate to solve (the answer)
equation a math sentence that states two equations are equal
expression variables, numbers, and symbols that show a mathmatical relationship
exponent a number telling how many times a number is being multiplied by
simplify to put in lowest terms
Created by: isabellediller