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Math Final

End of Year Math Final

QuestionAnswer
FACTOR WHEN A NUMBER IS DIVISIBLE BY A NUMBER, THE NUMBER IF A FACTOR OF THAT NUMBER
MULTIPLE A NUMBER FOUND BY SKIP COUNTING
PRODUCT THE ANSWER WHEN YOU MULTIPLY
SUM THE ANSWER WHEN YOU ADD
DIFFERENCE THE ANSWER WHEN YOU SUBTRACT
QUOTIENT THE ANSWER TO A DIVISION PROBLEM
EQUIVALENT FRACTION FRACTIONS THAT ARE EQUAL
NUMERATOR TOP NUMBER OF A FRACTION
DENOMINATOR BOTTOM NUMBER IN A FRACTION
PERCENT MEANS OUT OF 100
THEORETICAL PROBABILITY THE PROBABILITY OF A SITUATION USING MATHEMATICAL REASONING
EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY THE PROBABILITY OF A SITUATION HAPPENING AFTER TESTING IT
PRIME NUMBER A WHOLE NUMBER MORE THAN ONE WITH ONLY TWO FACTORS
COMPOSITE NUMBER A WHOLE NUMBER MORE THAN ONE WITH MORE THAN TWO FACTORS
PROPER FACTORS ALL FACTORS OF A NUMBER, EXCEPT THE NUMBER ITSELF
CIRCUMFERENCE DISTANCE AROUND THE OUTSIDE OF A CIRCLE
RADIUS DISTANCE FROM A POINT ON THE OUTSIDE OF A CIRCLE TO THE CENTER OF A CIRCLE
DIAMETER DISTANCE FROM A POINT ON A CIRCLE THROUGH THE CENTER TO ANOTHER POINT ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE CIRCLE
FRACTION REPRESENTS PART OF A WHOLE
PERIMETER DISTANCE AROUND THE OUTSIDE OF A FIGURE
AREA THE AMOUNT OF SURFACE ENCLOSED BY THE EDGES OF A FIGURE
VERTEX THE ENDPOINT TO WHERE THE RAYS MEET
RIGHT ANGLE 90 DEGREE ANGLE
ANGLE THE OPENING BETWEEN TWO STRAIGHT LINES THAT MEET AT A VERTEX
SQUARE NUMBER 16, 64, AND 81 ARE EXAMPLES OF THESE
Created by: KariJohnson