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Math Vocabulary

This number cannot be divided into two equal parts Odd
This number can be divided into two equal parts Even
This number has two as a factor. All even numbers are this Double
The answer when you multiply Product
This goes on forever Line
This is the answer when you add Sum
One little place. On a graph it is named with x and y. Point
This number has three as a factor. Triple
The answer that you get when you divide Quotient
This has three numbers four ways. The top two are addition or multiplication and the bottom two are inverses. Fact family
The distance we measure at a vertex Angle
Three feet equal this. This is about the length of a baseball bat. 36 inches equal this. Yard
This is a piece of a line with two ends Line segment
This has straight sides joined together. The sides are line segments and are joined at vertices. Polygon
This is about the length of a paper clip. Twelve of these equal one foot Inch
This is the length of a football. Three of these equal one yard. 5280 of these equal one mile. Foot
Created by: pnrpitman