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Math Vocab for Third Graders

a non-metric unit used to measure weight, the abbreviation is lb. pound
the distance around the outside of a shape or figure perimeter
the metric unit used to measure length, the abbreviation is m meter
the line segment where two faces of a solid figure meet, a square has 4 of these edge
a number written with one digit for each place value, an example of this is 543 standard form
the answer when you divide two numbers quotient
a closed plane figure with sides made of straight line segments polygon
a polygon with five sides pentagon
it represents how many pieces of the whole are being discussed, the number above the line in a fraction numerator
a metric unit used to measure capacity of liquids, it takes 1,000 milliliters to make one of these liter
a metric unit of the mass of small object, a paperclip is approximately this amount gram
the number that you divide by in division divisor
a vertical group of objects or cells in an array or table, this is the opposite of a row column
the number of square units needed to cover something area
a single, exact location. it is often represented by a dot point
numbers that are products of a given number and whole numbers (hint if you count by twos, all of the numbers will be these) multiple
a part of a line, it has two endpoints line segment
a non-metric unit used to measure capacity, car fuel comes in this form gallon
the number that is divided in division dividend
the amount a container can hold capacity
a figure formed by two rays or two line segments that meet at a point, obtuse is an example of this angle
a horizontal group of objects or cells in an array or table, it is the opposite of column row
the result of a multiplication expression product
a non-metric unit used to measure capacity, 2 cups is the same as this pint
a non-metric unit used to measure weight, sixteen of these equals one pound, it is abbreviated oz. ounce
a non-metric unit used to measure long distances, it would be used to measure the distance between two cities mile
a straight path that goes on forever in opposite directions, it is also known as a 180 degree angle line
one of two or more numbers that are multiplied together to obtain a product factor
the number in a fraction that sows the total number of equal parts in the whole, it is the bottom number in a fraction denominator
a type of graph that uses rectangular bars with lengths proportional to their values, it can be vertical or horizontal bar graph
any angle that measures between 0 degrees and 90 degrees acute angle
a polygon with 4 sides quadrilateral
an arrangement of objects, pictures, or numbers in columns and rows, it makes counting and calculating easier array
a point where sides, rays, or edges meet vertex
a part of a line that has one endpoint and goes on forever in the opposite direction ray
an angle that measures more than 90 degrees, but less than 180 degrees obtuse angle
a unit of measurement for temperature or an angle (hint: this is a symbol that is in the shape of a small circle) degree
a quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are equal and parallel parallelogram
a polygon with six sides hexagon
an angle that is exactly 90 degrees right angle
Created by: fritzsar