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Quiz1 Vocabulary

Terrell-QUIZ1: Terms relating to the Decimals Review & Patterns. (9/05)

SUM The result of two or more numbers being added together. 2 + 3 = 5; 5 is the sum
DIFFERENCE The result of two numbers being subtracted from each other. 3 - 2 = 1; 1 is the difference
PRODUCT The result of multiplying two or more numbers together. 2 * 3 = 6; 6 is the product
QUOTIENT The result of dividing one number into another number. 6/3 = 2; 2 is the quotient
DIVISOR The number in a division problem that is divided into another number. 6/3 = 2; 3 is the divisor
DIVIDEND The number in a division problem that is being divided into. 6/3 = 2; 6 is the dividend
FACTOR One of the numbers used in a multiplication problem to create the product. 2 * 3 = 6; 2 and 3 are factors
WHOLE NUMBERS All counting numbers including 0. 52, 3, 719, 0
CATEGORY DATA Information that is labels or words. months of the year, eye colors, hair colors, etc.
MEASUREMENT DATA Information that is numbers being used to count things. average heights, money, distances, etc.
BAR CHART A graph that organizes a collection of category data by using horizontal or vertical bars to display how many times each piece of data occurs. (PICTURE: see vocabulary log)
SCATTER PLOT A graph of a collection of measurement data in the form of ordered pairs (x,y). (PICTURE: see vocabulary log)
LINE GRAPH A graph created by connecting the points of a scatterplot. (PICTURE: see vocabulary log)
CUBIC NUMBERS Numbers created by multiplying a factor three times. 2 * 2 * 2 = 8; 8 is the cubic number
SQUARE NUMBERS Numbers created by multiplying a factor two times. 2 * 2 = 4; 4 is the square number
Created by: terrellmath