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# Chester Math Review

Question | Answer |
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It measures less than 90 degrees and more than 0 degrees | acute angle |

A triangle with 3 acute angles | acute triangle |

It measures more than 90 degrees | obtuse angle |

A triangle with an angle measuring more than 90 degrees | obtuse triangle |

A triangle with all sides are the same length | equilateral triangle |

A triangle with 2 congruent sides | isosceles triangle |

A triangle where none of the sides are equal | scalene triangle |

add two of these together to get the sum | addends |

the number of unit squares needed to cover a flat surface or (length x width) | area |

an arrangement of objects in rows and columns | array |

(13 + 3) + 7 = (7+3) +13 is an example of | Associative Property |

An organized plan for spending money | budget |

The amount a container can hold | capacity |

100 centimeters equals | 1 meter |

1000 meters equals | 1 kilometer |

10 millimeters equals | 1 centimeter |

1000 milliliters equals | 1 liter |

1000 milligrams equals | 1 gram |

1000 grams equals | 1 kilogram |

1000 liters equals | 1kiloliter |

21 x 45 + 45 x 21 is an example of | Commutative Property |

a number having more than 2 factors | composite number |

a number having only itself and 1 as a factor | prime number |

numbers that are easy to work with mentally | compatible numbers |

this type of shape has only length and width | 2 dimensional object |

this type of shape has length, width , and height | 3 dimensional object |

a cup is | 8 ounces |

a pint is | 16 ounces |

a quart is | 32 ounces |

a gallon is | 4 quarts |

a common multiple of two or more denominators | common denominator |

a unit for measuring temperature and angles | degree |

the bottom number of a fraction | denominator |

the top number of a fraction | numerator |

answer to a subtraction problem | difference |

15 x 32 = 32 x 10 + 32 x 5 is an example of | Distributive Property |

the number that is divided in a division problem | dividend |

the answer in a division problem | quotient |

2/3 and 6/9 are | equivalent fractions |

1000 + 200 + 10 + 3 is written in | expanded form |

one thousand two hundred thirteen is written in | word form |

1213 is written in | standard form |

expenses than occur regularly and the amount does not change | fixed expense |

1 foot is | 12 inches |

1 yard is | 36 inches |

the number of times something occurs or happens | frequency |

a polygon with 6 sides | hexagon |

horizontal | in the direction left to right |

16 + 0 or 72 x 1 is an example of | Identity Property |

lines that cross each other | intersecting lines |

operations that undo each other like 6 x 8 = 48 and 48 divided by 6 = 8 | Inverse operation |

we use liters to measure | liquid volume |

one mile is | 5,280 feet |

the period after thousands | millions |

the period after the hundreds | thousands |

a whole number and a fraction make a | mixed number |

a polygon with 8 sides | octagon |

a quadrilateral where opposite sides are parallel and of equal length | parallogram |

a polygon with 5 sides | pentagon |

two lines that intersect in way that forms 4 right angles | perpendicular lines |

the distance around a figure | perimeter |

the answer to a multiplication problem | product |

you multiply these together to get a product | factors |

a tool used to measure the sides of an angle | protractor |

a polygon with 4 sides and 4 angles | quadrilateral |

a quarter hour | 15 minutes |

this kind of polygon has no sides the same length | irregular polygon |

a polygon were all the sides are the same length | regular polygon |

a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides and 4 sides of equal length | rhombus |

an angle that forms a square corner | right angle |

a triangle with one right angle | a right triangle |

to reduce a fraction is to find its | simplest form |

2000 pounds is | one ton |

a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel lines | trapezoid |

a polygon with 3 sides | triangle |

an expense where the amount changes | variable expense |

the point where 2 lines meet | vertex |

a line that goes straight up and down | vertical line |

anytime you multiply a number by this it is the hero | zero |

when you find how likely something is to happen you are figuring | probability |

the metric scale for temperature | Celsius |

the customary scale for temperature | Fahrenheit |

having the same size and shape | congruent |

the flat surface of a solid | face |

income before any taxes are taken out | gross income |

not equal to | inequality |

money earned | income |

money held out of income paid to government | income tax |

the point where the two axis of a coordinate plane meet (0,0) | origin |

the axis across the bottom of a coordinate plane | x axis |

the axis on the side of a coordinate plane | y axis |

a set of numbers used to locate a point on a grid | ordered pairs |

parenthesis, exponents, multiplication, division , addition, subtraction | PEMDAS, or the order calculations are supposed to be done |

the amount of money left after all expenses have been paid when something is sold | profit |

tax paid on things owned | property tax |

the difference between the largest and the smallest number in a group | range |

the number that occurs the most often | mode |

the number that is in the middle | median |