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LPA Maths Yr7T1 - L

LPA Maths Vocab Year 7 Term 1 - Lower

Consecutive Numbers that are next to each other
Finite A limited number of items
Sequence A list of numbers or patterns that follow a particular pattern or rule
Term A number or pattern within a sequence
Generate Following a rule or pattern to work out the next term(s)
Square Number A positive number that is the result of multiplying a whole number by itself
Multiple Is the result of multiplying that number with a whole number
Cube Number A number that is the result of multiplying a whole number by itself, then multiplying by itself again.
Fibonacci Number Number from a sequence generated by adding the previous two terms together
Factor A whole number that divides into the original number exactly
Angle Formed by 2 lines meeting at a point. Measured in degrees
Reflex An angle between 180 and 360 degrees
Acute An angle of less than 90 degrees
Obtuse An angle between 90 and 180 degrees
Right Angle An angle of exactly 90 degrees
Parallel Lines Lines that never meet and stay the same distance apart all the way along their length
Perpendicular Two lines that meet at right angles to each other
Equilateral Triangle with 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles
Scalene Triangle with each side a different length and each angle a different size
Isosceles Triangle with two sides and two angles the same size
Symmetry A shape can be divided into 2 parts by a line, such that each part is a mirror image of the other
Rotation A transformation to turn an object around a centre point
Reflection A transformation when a shape is flipped over a mirror line to face the opposite direction
Translation A transformation when a shape is moved to a new position without changing its orientation
Enlargement A transformation to change the size of a shape
Congruent Multiple shapes identical in size
Similar Shapes with the same angles but different length sides
Object The original shape to be transformed
Image The new shape after it has been transformed
Transformation Changing of a shape by rotation, reflection, translation or enlargement.
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