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# GL 1st 6 Weeks

Answer | Question |
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the number of square units covering a surface of a figure | area |

the distance around a circle or its perimeter | circumference |

the distance across a circle through its center | diameter |

the solution to a subtraction problem | difference |

the measurements of a figure’s edges (length, width, height) | dimensions |

a mathematical sentence using numbers and/or variable(s) where both sides are equal | equations |

to calculate the answer to an expression or equation | evaluate |

a combination of numbers, operations and/or variables with no equal sign | expression |

using numbers AND words to support your answer | justify |

the mathematical average of the data; found by finding the sum of all the data and dividing by the number of data pieces | mean |

the middle number when data is arranged in numerical order | median |

the number most repeated in a set of data | mode |

the distance around a geometric figure or the sum of all its sides | perimeter |

the solution to a multiplication problem | product |

the solution to a division problem | quotient |

the distance from the center of the circle to the edge | radius |

difference between the greatest and least pieces of data | range |

the comparison of two numbers that can be written in various ways | ratio |

showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice" | reasonableness |

the solution to an addition problem | sum |

overlapping circles used to organize data into categories where some information may overlap | Venn diagram |

the amount of space that a three-dimensional object contains, measured in cubic units | volume |

numbers that are easy to add, subtract, multiply, or divide mentally | compatible numbers |

when a factor or base is multiplied by itself three times | cubed |

in a power, the number of times the base is used as a factor | exponent |

the product of two identical whole numbers; its square root is a whole number | perfect square |

one of the two equal factors of a number. “What number multiplied by itself gives me this number?” | square root |

when a number is multiplied by itself | square(d) |

"flipping a fraction" 7/3 is the reciprocal of 3/7; when you multiply a fraction and it's reciprocal you get 1 | reciprocal/multiplicative inverse |

Created by:
Robin Greene