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TAKS Vocabulary #3

similar figures that are the same shape but usually different sizes; ~
proportion in the same ratio as
ratio comparison of two quantities using division
arc length x/circumference=angle measure/360
dimensions length, width and/or height
diagonal segment connecting two non-consecutive vertices of a polygon
diameter segment through center of the circle with ends on the circle; two times the radius of a circle
constant a fixed number such as 3
palindrome a number or word that reads the same way forward and backward
circumference distance around a circle
sector pie-shaped section of a circle cut off by two radii
accelerate to move faster
horizontal distance distance between points left and right
collinear on the same line
intersect to cross or have common points or values
disprove show to be false
vertical distance distance between points up and down
twice multiply by two
net flattened out parts of a three-dimensional figure
clockwise to the right
counterclockwise to the left
sphere 3D object formed by all of the points in space that are a given distance from a fixed point
domain set of x-values of a relation
range set of y-values of a relation
slope rise/run
function set of ordered pairs where each x-value is paired with exactly one y-value
linear function graphs as a line
quadratic function graphs as a parabola
Created by: mgallemore