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Math Vocab Review

5th Grade Vocabulary Review

QuestionAnswer
Word meaning addition Sum
Horizontal Axis x-axis
A Quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides parallelogram
The answer to a subtraction problem is called the difference
Three-sided polygon with exactly one 90 degree angle right triangle
On a coordinate grid ( 0 ,0 ) is called point of orgin
The equal sign acts as a ___________ balance
Three-sided polygon with exactly one angle that is more than 90 degrees obtuse triangle
A Quadrilateral with exactly one set of parallel sides trapezoid
A closed, 2-D shape with three or more straight sides is polygon
Three-sided polygon with all equal sides equilateral
A Quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides parallelogram
A number with two or more factors is a composite number
Three-sided polygon with exactly one obtuse angle obtuse triangle
The 12 in the problem 3 x 4 = 12 product
Three-sided polygon with no congruent sides scalene
A number having only 1 and itself as a factor is a prime number
The vertical line on a coordinate plane is known as the ... y-axis
Three-sided polygon with exactly two congruent sides isosceles
When a problem says "about how much or how many," I should estimate
Created by: TanyaBryant