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# Fritzke-Math-grade2

### Math Vocab for Second Graders

Question | Answer |
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a non-metric unit for measuring length, it equals three feet | yard |

these are made of vertical marks and a diagonal line for the fifth number | tally marks |

a solid figure with one square base, whose other faces are four triangles with a shared vertex | square pyramid |

two of something | pair |

an expression of a relationship between quantities as an equation or an inequality (ex. 7 + 6 = 13) | number sentence |

having a value that is more than that of another quantity | greater than |

part of a whole or group, two-fifths is an example of this | fraction |

a flat surface, or side, of a solid figure (a cube has six of these) | face |

any of the symbols 0 - 9 | digit |

a solid figure that has a circular base and comes to a point called a vertex (sometimes ice cream tops this) | cone |

the distance across from side to side | width |

when an object looks the same upside down, or from any two opposite directions, an example is the letter Z | point symmetry |

a three dimensional figure with no faces, bases, edges, or vertices | sphere |

a picture of a straight line in which the integers are shown as specially marked points evenly spaced on the line | number line |

a unit of time that equals 60 seconds | minute |

a non-metric unit of length equal to 1/12 of a foot. One foot equals 12 of these | inch |

one of four equal parts of a whole | one-fourth |

numbers written in a form that shows the place value of digits | expanded number |

the result of subtraction | difference |

metal coin used as a form of currency | coin |

straight up and down | vertical |

when an object can be folded to make two parts that are mirror images - a heart folded in half is an example of this | line symmetry |

an answer to a problem | solution |

a graph using pictures to represent quantity | pictograph |

how long something is | length |

a unit of time with 60 minutes, there are 24 of these in a day | hour |

a non-metric unit to measure length, it equals 12 inches | foot |

a number where groups of two can be made with none left over | even number |

a line segment that connects two corners of a polygon and is not a side of the polygon, it looks like a slanted line | diagonal |

a metric unit of length, 100 of these make a meter. It has the abbreviation cm | centimeter |

a numerical worth or amount | value |

the answer to an addition problem, it is also known as the total | sum |

a prism with two identical, rectangular bases ( a cereal box has this shape) | rectangular prism |

a number where groups of two can be made with one left over | odd number |

having a value that is fewer than that of another quantity | less than |

parallel to the horizon, lines on handwriting paper are an example of this | horizontal |

three numbers in an operation that are related to each other | fact family |

a number sentence that shows equality between two quantities ( an example of this is 4 + 2 = 6) | equation |

a solid figure with two congruent circular bases and a curved surface ( a can of soup is an example of this) | cylinder |

having the same weight on either side, a weighing device using a beam | balance |

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