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# matt clark

### OGT math/OPT

page 1 | page 2 |
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1squared | 1 |

2 squared | 4 |

3 squared | 9 |

4 squared | 16 |

5 squared | 25 |

6 squared | 36 |

7 squared | 49 |

8 squared | 64 |

9 squared | 81 |

10 squared | 100 |

11 squared | 121 |

consecutive | back to back next to |

interger | whole numbers poistive and negative |

sum | add up |

equiateral | all sides that are equal |

respectively | to give it in matching order |

perimeters | the distant around the figure |

difference | answer to a subtraction problem |

quotient | answer to a division problem |

distinct | different |

whole numbers | counting numbers including 0 |

intergers | including positive and negative numbers including 0 |

Adjacent | next to eachother |

angle | two rays (lines) that come together |

approximation | close to in a value |

area | amount of space inside of a two dimentional figure |

averaage rate | slope, constant amount of increase |

bar graph | bars that show amount of things in a category |

bias | unfair, results favoring one group over another |

box and wisker plot | graph with medians inside of a box |

combination | groups of items in no particular order |

congruent | having the same size and shapes, measures are equal in vaule |

coordinates | an ordering pair on graph usally (x.y) |

corresponding | pairs of sides or angles that are related between figures |

cross-section | the two dimensional section inside of a three dimensional figure |

depth | how deep, how much does it hold |

diameter | distance across a circle that goes through the center |

dimensions | length, width, height, size of object |

edge | the line segment connecting vertices(corners) in afigure |

equivalent | equal to can replace with |

inequality | not equal to what is given grater or less than |

interval | part of a graph or segment of numbers |

irrational | gives you a non- reapting decimal |

maximum | highest possible value |

mean | average- all values and divide by numbers of objects |

median | middle number |

midpoint | equal distance between two points |

minimum | smallest possible value |

parallelogram | four sides, opposite sides are parellel and equal |

percent | part of 100, move decimal are parallel and equal |

permutation | possible orders or arrangments of a set of items or events |

population density | how many people are in given area |

probability | what is chance something will hapen when you want, divided by all items |

proportion | two equal ratios(fratcions) |

random | not planned you are not deciding what or who will be picked |

ratio | comparsion of two numbers ( usally seen as a fraction) |

rational | the numbers is a number or a repeating decimal |

rectangle | parallelogram with four equal sides, no 90 angles |

transtation | how do yoyy move an figure on a graph |

triangle | 3 sided figure |

vertex | where the sides (edges) in a figure come togther at a point |

vertices | more than one vetox |

volume | how much space is inside of a three- dimensional figure |

absolute error | the absolut value of the difference between the measured value of a quantity and its true value |

Acute | An angle whose measure is greater than 0 and less than 90 |

associative property | the result of an operation on real numbers will be unchanged due to grouping for addition, (a+b)+c= a+(b+c) |

biased sampling | a sample that over represents or under represents part of the population. |

bivariate sampling | a sample that over represents or under represents part of the population |

bivariate data | data or events described using two variables |

box-and-whisker plot | a diagram that shows pictorially the median and measures of spread( upper and lower interquarile ranges and the range) for one set of data. |

causation | the relationship between two variables where a change in one variable effects the outcome of the other variable |

categorical data | data that can be classified by type color types of dogs. these types of data are typically represents using bar chart, pie charts or pictographs. |

central angle | An angle whose vertex is the center of a circle and is in the same plane aas thje circle. |

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Matt.Clark