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# Saxon 2 Vocab

### Lessons 1-20

Question | Answer |
---|---|

digits | numbers |

comma | punctuation mark used between date and year , |

colon | punctuation mark used to separate hour and minutes : |

doubles | numbers being added are the same, "seeing double" |

trick for teens | all begin with a one |

tricky numbers | 10, 11, 12 |

attribute blocks | colored and shaped blocks |

triangle | three sided shape |

square | four sides shape with all sides equal |

hexagon | a six sided shape |

trapezoid | a four sided shape having only 2 parallel sides |

patterns | repeated sequence ABABAB, ABCABCABC |

some, some more problems | addition |

equal | same size and same shape or same amounts |

order | line up (first, second, third, ...) |

addend | numbers that are added |

adding O's (zero) facts | any number plus zero is that same number |

adding 1's facts | any number plus one equals the next number in counting by ones |

Commutative Property of Addition | addends can change place, sum remains the same;2+3 = 5 and 3+2 = 5 |

hexagon | six sided shape |

Parallelogram | four sided rectangle, slanted |

number sentence | sentence using numbers and symbols instead of words |

facts | addition, subtraction (multiplication, division) number sentences |

some went away | subtraction number sentences |

one hour "ago" | move backward, in the past |

one hour "from now" | move forward, in the future |

hour hand | short hand on a clock |

long hand | hand that tells the minutes on a clock |

even numbers | numbers that always end with 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, ; an even number can be divided equally into groups |

odd numbers | numbers that always end with 1, 3, 5, 7, 9; when divided into groups, one group always has one left over |

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday | week days |

Saturday, Sunday | weekend days |

Ordinal positions | tell us the order or place of something; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, .... |

adding "two" facts | even number plus even number = even number; even number plus odd number = odd number |

pictograph | a graph (visual account)using pictures to represent what is being graphed |

polygon | a shape that has sides that are straight line segments (apart of a line); can't have any curves or openings; closed figure |

fractional parts of a whole | same size pieces of a whole; 2 pieces = each 1/2; 3 pieces = each 1/3 ... |

adding "9" facts | trick: the sum of two digits in the answer always equals the number you added to 9; 9+5 = 14 (4+1= 5); 9+3 = 12(1+2= 3); the answer in an adding 9 problem is one less than the number you are adding to 9, with a one in front of it; |

upper left hand | left side, top box |

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chayward