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winfree vocab

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base 1) the side or face a three-d shape stands on2) a quantity which is raised to an exponet
box and whisker plot box indicating the middle fifty percent of the ranked statistics and the max/min of data
circle all points are equidstant from a fixed point
circle graph display of data using a circle divided into slices
circumfrence distance around a circle (piD)
commutative property rule which states that you may add or multiply in any order
compare to give similarities and differences
complementary angles two angles whose sum is ninety-degrees
composite number number with two or more factors
concave polygon polygon that has an interior angle greater than 180 degrees.
cone solid consisting of a circular base and one vertice
absolute value numbers distance from zero on a number line
acute angle any angle whose measure is less than ninety degrees
acute triangle triangle in which all angles measure less than 90 degrees
additive inverse opposite of a number
algorithm a specific set of instructions for solving a problem
alternate exterior angles when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, two angles above and below the parallel lines and on opposite sides of the transversal
alternate interior angles when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, two angles between the parallel lines and on opposite sides of the transversal
analyze to separate a thing into parts
angle two rays that meet
arithmetic sequence sequence of numbers where a number is added or subtracted each time
associative property sum or product of a set of numbers is the same no matter how they are grouped
approximate to estimate a value which is not exact but close enough to be of use.
congruent figures of the same size and shape
contrast to give differences
convex polygon a polygon that has no interior angle greater then 180 degrees.
coordinate ordered pair of numbers that describes a point on a coordinate graph
coordinate plane 2 dimensional figure containing horizontal and vertical axes
corresponding angles any pair of angles each of which is the same side of one or two lines cut by a transversal and on the same side of the tranversal
cube 1) solid with six square faces 2) to raise a number to the third power
customary system units of measurements used in U.S.
cylinder solid shape with parallel circular bases
diagonal line segment connecting two nonajacent vertices in a polygon
diameter line segment that passes through the center of a circle and divides it in half
difference the answer to a subtraction problem
directly proportional two quantities fow which an increase in one causes an increase in the other
distance length of shortest line segment between two points, lines, planes
distributive property a(b+c)=ab+ac and vice versa (also works for subtraction)
domain the set of possible values for the variable
edge line segment where two faces of a polyhedron meet
equation mathematical sequence stating the two expressions are equal
equilateral triangle all sides are of equal length
equivalent forms represent the same number
estimate an approximation or rough calculation
exponential form number written using bases and exponets (32=2 to the fifth power)
exponents numeral that indicates how many times a number or expression is multiplied by itself
expression combination of numbers, variables, and operations
faces flat, polygonal regions of a polyhedron
factor number or expression that is multiplied by another to yield a product
factorial n!: product of all the whole numbers from 1 to n [3! = (3)(2)(1)]
Fibonacci numbers 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,34, 55, 89, … (add previous two)
fundamental counting principle If there are m ways for one event to occur and n ways for another event to occur then there are mn ways for both events to occur
generate to produce or create
geometric sequence sequence where you multiply or divide to get the next term
horizontal line flat, level figure moving left to right
function assigns exactly one output value to each input value
hypotenuse side in a right triangle or opposite side of the right triangle (longest side)
independant event in probability, 1 outcome of an event doesn't affect anothers outcome
inequality statement that 1 quantity is less than or greater than another
integers whole numbers and their opposites
interpret to explain the meaning of
interquartile range in a set of data the difference between the first and third quartile
intersection set of elements that belong to each of two overlapping sets
interval space of time between events or objects
inversely proportional two quantities for which an increase in one causes an decrease in the other
inverse operations operations that undo eachother
investigate to study by close examination
irrational numbers set of numbers that can't be expressed s finite or repeating decimal
isoceles triangle triangle with at least two sides of equal length
justify to prove to be right
legs of a triangle sides adjacent to the right angle of the right triangle
line segment on a line two end points and all points between them.
linear equation graph is a line (y=mx=b)
maximum greatest value
mean average of two or more numbers
median middle number in an ordered set of numbers
metric system decimal system of weights and measurements
midpoint point on a segment that divide's it in two equal segments
minimum least value
mode number or element which occurs most frequently in a set of numbers
multiplicative inverse reciprocal of a number
multi-stage event series of several events which occur in successive order
mutually exclusive events one has nothing to do with the other
negative correlation line of best fit has negative slope
oblique line neither horizontal nor vertical
obtuse angle any angle that measures more than 90 but less than 180 degrees
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