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"6th Grade MathThematics Module 8. Sections 1-5 Collective"

opposites two numbers whose sum is equal to 0; one addend is positive, one addend is negative
scientific notation a form of writing a number using a number between 0 and 10 and a power of 10
line graph a graph on which the plotted points are connected with line segments. It may show changes that take place over time
capacity the amount of liquid a container can hold
milliliter (mL) a standard metric unit for measuring capacity: 1000 milliliters equal 1 liter
liter (L) a standard metric unit for measuring capacity: 1000 liters equal 1 kiloliter
kiloliter (kL) a standard metric unit for measuring capacity: 1 kiloliter equals 1000 liters
geometric probability a probability that is based on length, area, or volume
circle graph a circular shaped graph that shows the part to whole relationship between data. A whole circle represents 100%
Created by: MicahS