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Saxon Math Vocab

Mrs. Miller's Math Vocabulary

Days in a year three hundred sixty-five
cups in a pint two
pints in a quart two
quarts in a gallon four
yards in a mile one thousand seven hundred sixty
feet in a mile five thousand two hundred eighty
centimeters in a meter one hundred
ounces in a pound sixteen
ounces in a pint sixteen
quarts in a half gallon two
days in a week seven
grams in a kilogram one thousand
minutes in one hour sixty
one meter is how many milimeters one thousand
seconds in one minute sixty
years in a decade ten
milimeters in a centimeter ten
weeks in a year fifty two
years in a century one hundred
ounces in a cup eight
inches in a foot twelve
pounds in a ton two thousand
milligrams in a gram one thousand
hours in a day twenty-four
meters in a kilometer one thousand
feet in a yard three
ounces in a pound sixteen
multiple when you count by
expanded form using place value to write a math sentence
variable a letter that stands for a number
perimiter distance around a shape
congruent same size-same shape
radius from center point to edge
diameter line that goes from edge to edge while going through center
product answer to a multiplication problem
regroup takes one from a higher place value to a lower place value. (comes as a ten)
a number squared means take that number times itself
exponent the small number above another number or letter
area length times width
mixed number whole # and a fraction
numerator the top number (the number you have)
denominator The bottom number (the total number)
factors numbers you multiply
parenthesis do me first
associative property all add or all multiplication
opposite operation (+,-)(multiplication, division)
prime 1 times itself
composite more than 2 factors
rate time, distance, amount
estimating approximate value by rounding 5+ stay 5-
percent, fraction, and decimals are related
regular polygon 1-all sides congruent 2-all angles congruent
vertices point where two sides meet
hexagon has 6 sides, vertices, and angles
pentagon has 5 sides, vertices, and angles
divisor dividing number
quotient answer to a division problem
dividen number being divided
Similar same shape but different size
Coordinate Plane x axis goes accross and y axis goes up or down
Equivalent Equal
Quadrilateral Polygon with 4 sides
Parallelogram Quadrilateral with 2 paralell sides
Rhombus a parallelogram with 4 equal sides
Rectangle quadrilateral with 4 parallel sides, oposites are congruent and 4 90 degree angles
Square Rectangle with 4 congruent parallel sides and all 90 degree angles.
Mean Average
Mode Most common number in a list when arranged in order from least to greatest
Median in a list when arranged in order from least to greatest it is the one in the middle
Range in a list when arranged in order from least to greatest the difference between the greatest number and the least
Open sentence Math Sentence with a variable
Reduce or Simplify to make a fraction the smallest possible equivalent fraction
Created by: millermath