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PSSA vocab 2

PSSA vocabulary words for quiz 2 (back side)

What is the name of a shape with four sides? quadrilateral
What is the chance of an outcome to happen compared to all the possibilities? probability
Which kind of triangle has no sides exactly the same? scalene triangle
What is called when a shape is covering a surface while the figures don’t overlap or leave any space tesselation
What is the name of a quadrilateral that has ONLY 2 opposite sides that are parallel to each other? trapezoid
What is a way to show the possible outcomes in a probability experiment using lines that branch out from one spot? tree diagram
What is the amount of space a 3-dimensional figure contains (the length, width, and height)? volume
What is the difference between the smallest and the largest amounts in a set of data called? range
When two lines are exactly the same distance apart from each other and never touch parallel
The distance around the outside of a shape perimeter
When two lines cross each other at a 90 degree angle perpendicular
This type of number only has two factors - one and itself prime
A three sided polygon with a 90 degree angle right triangle
Made up of exactly congruent parts facing each other or around an axis symmetrical
A triangle with no equal sides of length scalene
A graphic organizer that separates similar and different ideas with ovals that overlap venn diagram
When two shapes are the same and have almost the same size similar
An angle that measures exactly 90 degrees right angle
Created by: boremanj