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Math Talent Vocabulary Words

Circumference the distance around a cirlce
Input the number on which a funtion machine performs one or more operations to produce an output
Average the sum of two or more quantitities; divided by the number of quantities; the mean
Trapezoid a quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides parell
Ratio a comparision of two quatities by division
Variable a symbol, usually a letter, used to represent a number
Radius the distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle
Fraction used to describe the relationship between part set of objects and the whole set
Numerator the top part of a fraction used to represent how many out of a whole
Denominator the bottom part of a fraction used to represent the whole
Diameter a line that goes through the center of a circle
Area the number of square units needed to cover the surface of a enclosed geometric figure
Decimal numbers that have digits in the tenths place and beyond
Equation a mathematical statement that contains an equal sign
Perimeter the distance around any closed geometry figure
Percent A ratio that compares a number to 100
Porportion an equation stating that two ratios or rates are equivilent
Communitive Property the order in which numbers are mulitiplied or added does not change the sum or product
Rate a ratio comparing two quantities with two different units
Absolute Value a number's distance from zero ont he number line, indicated by drawing a bar on each side of the number
Central Angle the angle subtended at the center of a circle by two givenpoints on the circle
Volume the space occupied by a solid measured in cubic unbits
Associative Property this property applies both to multip[lication and addition and states that you can group several numbers that are being added or multiplied in any way and yeild the same value
Chord a segment inside a circle with end points that lie in the circumference
Arc any segment of the circumference of a circle
Integeres a whole number. It can be positive or negative
Microprossesor an integrated computer circuit that performs all the functions of a CPU.
Output all the materials that come out of the computer
Storage memory of the computer
Proccesing controller
Electronic of, pertaining to, or controlled by computers, or computer products and services
Software the programs used to direct the operation of a computer, as well as documentation giving instructions on how to use them
Hardware the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical devices comprising a computer system
Computer Also called processor. an electronic device designed to accept data, perform prescribed mathematical and logical operations at high speed, and display the results of these operations.
Binary the lauguage of conmputers using one and zero
Transistor a semiconductor device that amplifies, oscillates, or switches the flow of current between two terminals by varying the current
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