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Math Vocabulary

3rd grade vocab

Pe"RIM"eter The distance around a shape or object
1/2, 2/4, 3/6, 4/8, 5/10 Examples of a half
The answer to an addition problem sum
The answer to a multiplication problem product
The answer to a division problem quotient
The answer to a subtraction problem difference
If my object is identical on both sides or the top and bottom it is? symmetrical
Another word for three times triple
If I am estimating I need to? Round
Another word for two times double
The measurement of the space inside an object. The number of sqaure units to cover a figure. area (length x width)
How many sides does an octagon have? 8
How many sides does a pentagon have? 5
A quadrilateral has how many sides? 4
How many sides does a hexagon have? 6
How much longer? How much shorter? How many more? are some examples of what type of problem? subtraction (comparing problem)
What is addition's partner in a fact family? subtraction
What is divion's partner in a fact family multiplication
The top number in a fraction is called? numerator
The bottom number in a fraction is called? denominator
Congruent Same size, Same shape
the likelihood an event will occur probability
lines that never run into each other parallel lines
Created by: JackieOrr