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Math Word Wall Words

Mathmaticians people who work on math
Triangle a 2D shape with 3 sides, 3 vertices, and 3 angles
Square a 2D shape with 4 EQUAL sides, 4 right angles, and 4 vertices
Rectangle a 2D shape with 4 sides, 4 right angles, and 4 vertices
Pentagon a 2D shape with 5 sides, 5 angles, and 5 vertices
Hexagon a 2D shape with 6 sides, 6 angles, and 6 vertices
Octagon a 2D shape with 8 sides, 8 angles, and 8 vertices
Congruent Same size and same shape
Cube a 3D shape with 6 faces and 8 vertices -- a dice is this shape
Sphere a 3D shape with no faces and no vertices -- a globe is this shape
Cylinder a 3D shape with 2 circular faces and no vertices -- a can is this shape
Rectangular Prism a 3D shape with 2 square faces and 4 rectangular faces -- a kleenex box is this shape
Fractions Equal parts of a whole
Numerator The top number in a fraction -- it tells how many pieces or parts
Denominator The bottom number in a fraction -- it tells how many pieces altogether
Perimeter The distance around the outside edge of a 2D shape
Area The square units needed to cover the inside space of a 2D shape
Array A rectangular representation of a multiplication fact
Sum The answer to an addition problem
Difference The answer to a subtraction problem
Product The answer to a multiplication problem
Created by: casnyder