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Math STAAR Vocab 1

Study cards for STAAR Math 5th Grade

Product Answer to multiplication
Difference Answer to subtraction
Quotient Answer to division
Area The number of square units needed to cover a surface. Length x width = formula for a rectangle
Polygon Any closed 2D figure with line segments as sides
Solids any 3D figure with a length, a width, and a height
Composite any number with more than 2 factors
Numerator the top number of a fraction
Denominator the bottom number of a fraction
Equivalent is equal to
Tenths first decimal place to the right
Hundredths second decimal place to the right
Thousandths third decimal place to the right
common factors factors that are shared by two or more numbers
faces a flat surface that serves as one side of a solid figure
vertices (vertex) a point where edges meet
edges line segments where 2 faces meet
ordered pairs points (x,y) on a coordinate grid
perimeter distance around a figure
volume length x width x height
probability a way of describing how likely it is that a particular outcome will occur
median the middle value when all the data are listed from least to greatest
mode the most frequent number in the data
range largest number minus smallest number in the data
Created by: cwadley