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Unit 3 Vocab for CV

Unit 3 Vocabulary for EveryDay Math

place value a system that gives a digit a value according to its position in a number.
US traditional addition algorithm method that involves carrying digits by place- value column starting at the right.
US traditional subtraction algorithm method that involves borrowing digits by place- value columns starting from the right.
US traditional multiplication algorithm method that produces partial sums and repeated addition based on multiplying the values of each digit starting from the right.
ratio/rate table a way of displaying ratio or rate information.
first quartile(Q1) lower quartile
second quartile (Q2) median
third quartile (Q3) upper quartile
box plot plot displaying the distribution of a data set using 5 landarks
five number summary a list containing the minimum, first quartile, median third quartile, and maximum of data set
interquartile range (IQR) difference between the lower and upper quartiles
US traditional long division algorithm method that finds a quotient using the dividend and the divisor
percent out of a hundred
Created by: staufferh