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Math math topics

Math Topics to Study for the Miller Analogies Test (MAT)

I (Roman numeral) 1
V (Roman numeral) 5
X (Roman numeral) 10
L (Roman numeral) 50
C (Roman numeral) 100
D (Roman numeral) 500
M (Roman numeral) 1000
dividend number that is divided
divisor number that divides the dividend
factor number being multiplied
product answer to a multiplication problem
quotient answer to a division problem
coordinates two points that define a position on a graph
equation statement that two expressions are equal
parabola shape with one curve and two lines going away from it
acute angle angle of less than 90 degrees
angle space between 2 lines meeting at the same point
arc part of the circumference of a circle; measured in degrees
area amount of surface a shape has
congruent identical
ellipse round shape, like an oval
hexagon 6 sides
isosceles triangle 2 sides and angle equal
obtuse angle angle that measure more than 90 degrees
parallelogram 4 sides in which opposite sides are parallel
perimeter distance around the edge
Pi 3.14; ratio of a circumference to its diameter
polygon shape with all straight lines
rhombus shape with 4 sides and 0 right angles
scalene triangle no sides are the same length
trapezoid 4 sides, only 2 sides are parallel
equation statement that both sides are equal
whole number zero plus counting numbers
integer positive and negative WHOLE numbers
rational number any number that can be written as a fraction
irrational number cannot be made using a simple ratio of integers; Pi, square root of 2,
real numbers rational and irrational numbers...any point on the number line
imaginary number negative number within the square root symbol
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