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Math High Frequency

High Frequency Testing Terms 6th Grade Math

trace an attempt to find or follow somebody or something
analyze to study something in great detail in order to understand it better or discover more about it
infer to draw a conclusion on the basis of evidence or reasoning
evaluate to calculate a numerical value for a mathematical expression
formulate to express or communicate something carefully or in specific words; to express something as a formula
describe to give an account of something by giving details of its characteristics
support to give something greater credibility by being consistent with it or by providing further evidence for it
explain to give an account of something with clarity and detail; to give the reason for something often as a justification for something that has happened
summarize to make a shortened version of something that has been said or written by focusing on stating its main points
compare to examine two or more people or things in order to discover similarities and differences between them
contrast to compare different things or arrange them in a way that highlights their difference
predict to say what is going to happen in the future, often on the basis of current clues/indications or past experience
Created by: debra allred