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Math Unit 7 Vocab

5th Grade EM Unit 7 Vocabulary Terms

tiling a way to measure area with the same size squares
partial products multiplication a way to multiply in which the value of each digit in one factor is multiplied by the value of each digit in the other factor
unit fraction a fraction whose numerator is 1
attribute property a quality or trait belonging to an object
hierarchy a way to organize objects into categories
category a group whose members are defined by a shared attribute
subcategory a more specific category within a given category
isosceles triangle a triangle with at least two sides equal in length
equilateral triangle a triangle with all three sides equal in length
sequence a list of numbers created by a rule that can be used to extend the list
rule a standard procedure or pattern followed in an expression
term a number or a product of a number and one or more variables
corresponding terms terms that are in the same position within the two lists
Created by: jan1nc