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math

QuestionAnswer
Difference Subtract
Sum Add
Pruduct Multiply
Quotient Divide
A prime number is... A number that has only 2 factors because it can only be multiplied one 1 time to get that number.
A composit number is... A number that has 3 or more factors because it can be mulplied 3 more times to get that number
What does D.M.S.B stand for D: does M: McDonalds S: sell B: burgers
What are the measures of center Mean median mode
Measure of variation Range
Mean Fair share
Median The pice of data in the middle
Mode The piece of data that appears the most often
Range The difference between the minimum and the maximum
Variable A variable is a LETTER used to replaced an unknown number
Expression An expression is a math phrase without an answer
Equation An equation is a math sentence with an answer
Evaluate When you are asked to evaluate it means to find the answer
Acute More than 0 but less than 90 degrees
Right Measures 90 degrees
Obtuse Greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees
Straight Measures 180 degrees
Isosceles triangles Has 2 congruent sides
Scalene Has no congruent sides
Equilateral Has all congruent sides
Perimeter The distance around a figure
Area The number of square units needed to cover the surface of a figure
Created by: EmilyR1pups