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# Math Final Terms

### "1 - Ms. Whalley's Math Terms"

Question | Answer |
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Mode | the number that appears the most |

Mean | the average |

About | means not the actual answer |

Quotient | the answer to a division problem |

Per | to multiply |

Perimeter | the distance around the shape |

Of | multiply |

Ordered Pair | the coordinates used to plot points on a coordinate grid |

Is | Equal |

Difference | the answer to a subtraction problem |

Circumference | the distance around the circle |

Median | the number in the middle of a set of numbers |

Chord | a line that crosses a circle, but does not touch the center |

Range | subtracting the lowest number from the highest number |

Central Range | is formed by two radii |

Area | the space inside a shape |

Evaluate | to solve |

Equivalent | equal |

Absolute Value | how far the number is from zero |

Operation | add, subtract, multiply, and divide |

Radius | a line that begins at the center of the circle to its edge. |

IRSMS | rules for division of fractions |

Process | parenthesis and exponents |

Diameter | a line that goes straight across the circle through the center. |

ISMS | rules for multiplication of fractions |

Reasonable | answer makes sense |

Expression | has no equal sign |

Terminating decimal | a decimal that ends |

Percent | out of 100 |

Volume | length x width x height |

Lowest term | simpliest form |

Equation | has an equal sign |

Rate | compares two quantities with different units |

Estimate | about |

Bar notation | used to show that numbers repeat |

LCM | the smallest product of any two numbers |

Congruent | same shape and same size |

Exponent | the number that tells you how many times the base is used as a factor |

Simplify | to break down a fraction |

Reciprocal | the inverse of a fraction |

Similar | same shape, different size |

Central angle | part of a circle formed by two radii |

Ratio | compares two of the same thing |

GCF | the largest of the common factors of two or more numbers |

Bar graph | a graph used to compared different things |

Repeating decimal | a decimal that does not end |

Inverse | the reverse, opposite |

Line graph | a graph used to show change over time |

Right | 90 degrees |

Prime | a number with only two factors one and itself |

order of operations | the order used to solvea problem, PEMDAS |

Y axis | the vertical axis |

Opposite | the smae distance from zero, but on the other side |

Composite | a number with more than two factors |

Acute | less than 90 degrees |

Circle | 360 degrees |

Pi | 3.14 |

Cross Products | product of the means equals the product of the extremes |

Cubed | cm3 |

Obtuse | more than 90 degrees |

X axis | the horizontal axis |

Squared | cm2 |

Orgin | the center of the coordinate grid |

Tree diagram | used to represent the number of outcomes |

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cwhalley