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# math vocab

TermDefinition
difference answer to a subtraction
product answer to a multiplication problem
quotient answer to a division problem
facter numbers that are multiplied
multiple skip counting
number sentence sentence using numbers and symbols
2 cups 1 pint
2 pints 1 quart
4 quarts 1 gallon
16 ounces 1 pound
2000 pounds 1 ton
12 inches 1 foot
3 feet 1 yard
5280 feet i mile
metric prefixes in order from greatest to least kilo hecto deka unit deci centi milli
cartesian plane ordered pair ( x,y) orgin (0,0) quadrants 1-4 x axis- horizontal (over) y axis- vertical ( up and down)
reciprocal when a fraction is flipped upside down
step of divison divide multiply subtract bring down
8 ounces 1 cup
order of operations parentheses exponents multiplication/division addition/subtraction
area multiply length times width or count the number of squares in an area
perimeter the distance around a shape. Add up all the sides
parallel lines lines that never cross
perpendicular lines lines that cross in right angles
acute angle angle that is smaller than 90 degrees
acute angle angle that is larger than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
right angle angle that is 90 degrees
straight angle 180 degrees or a line
line a line that goes in both directions with no endpoint. It is written line AB or AB
ray part of a line that has one endpoint and goes in the other direction without stopping It is written ray CD or CD
line segment part of line that has two endpoints It is written line segment ST or ST
exponents 2 to the sixth power 2x2x2x2x2x2
equilateral triangle all 3 sides are equal
isosceles triangle two sides are equal
scalene triangle none of the sides are equal
acute triangle all 3 angles are acute
obtuse triangle one angle is obtuse
right triangle one angle is right
quadrilateral any four sided polygon
trapezoid quadrilateral that has exactly one pair of parallel sides
parallelogram a quadrilateral whose opposite sides are parallel and are the same length
rhombus opposite sides are parallel and all sides are the same length
pentagon five sides polygon
hexagon six sided polygon
octagon eight sided polygon
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