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5th Grade Math Vocab

These words are from lists 3 and up.

scale (of graph) numbers along the side and/or bottom of graphs
unit square answer to an area problem
area inside of an object or how much area is covered
perimeter distance or total length around an object
rhombus quadrilateral where all 4 sides are the same length
quadrilaterals any polygon with exactly 4 sides
formula a set way to solve a math problem
estimation using what you know to find the best possible answer
multiples basically an answer to a multiplication fact
prime whole numbers that can only be created by multiplying 1 and the number
composite multiply to get a number with using more than 1 and the number
sequence things that occur in a special order
reciprocal the flip of a fraction
equation algebra problem with an equal sign
equivalent fractions fractions that look different but are the same amount
mixed number a fraction with a whole number
improper fraction bigger numerator than denominator
decimal same as a fraction, breaks 1 whole into many smaller units
tenths decimals equal to 10 units of a whole
hundredths decimals equal to 100 units of a whole
pound measure of mass equal to the weight of a small bottle of soda
ounce measure of mass equal to the weight of a single slice of bread
conversion to change
table a type of graph or list of numbers
line plot a way to keep track of data
angle space between 2 intersecting lines measured in degrees
ray a line that only goes 1 way
endpoint a point ends a line
degrees used to measure the space between an angle
protractor tool to measure angles
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