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PACE 1st 6 Weeks

the number of square units covering a surface of a figure area
the distance around a circle or its perimeter circumference
the number in front of the variable, indicating multiplication (example: the 8 in 8x) coefficient
a term that does not contain a variable. (In 3x+4, the 4 is a constant.) constant
the distance across a circle through its center diameter
the solution to a subtraction problem difference
to calculate the answer to an expression or equation evaluate
using numbers AND words to support your answer. justify
the mathematical average of the data; found by finding the sum of all the data and dividing by the number of data pieces mean
numbers or pieces of data that can represent or summarize a whole set of data, such as mean, median, and mode measures of central tendency
the middle number when data is arranged in numerical order median
the number most repeated in a set of data mode
the point (0, 0) in a coordinate plane where the x-axis and the y-axis intersect origin
the product of two identical whole numbers; its square root is a whole number perfect square
the distance around a geometric figure or the sum of all its sides perimeter
the solution to a multiplication problem product
the solution to a division problem quotient
the distance from the center of the circle to the edge radius
difference between the greatest and least pieces of data range
showing reason or sound judgment; "a sensible choice" reasonableness
the solution to an addition problem sum
the sum of the areas of the faces of a 3-D figure surface area
overlapping circles used to organize data into categories where some information may overlap Venn diagram
in a power, the number of times the base is used as a factor exponent
numbers written using exponents powers
a number that contains the symbol indicating that a square root should be performed (√). radical
the comparison of two numbers that can be written in various ways ratio
a number that can be written as a ratio of two integers rational numbers
all the numbers on the continuous number line with no gaps real numbers
a way of expressing numbers as the product of a number that is at least 1 but less than 10 and a power of 10 scientific notation
one of the two equal factors of a number. “What number multiplied by itself gives me this number?” square root
describes a numerical value written out with no exponents standard form
the rate of change in a linear relationship constant rate of change
a mathematical sentence using numbers and/or variable(s) where both sides are equal equation
a combination of numbers, operations and/or variables with no equal sign expression
a visual representation of the solutions of an equation or values in a table graph
a graph of a set of ordered pairs forms a line linear
refers to the position of any number in a sequence nth term
one of the four parts that make up the coordinate system quadrants
the set of numbers used to label an axis when graphing; must include the least and greatest numbers in the set scale
a list of numbers listed in a particular order sequence
a way to organize input and output values from an equation table
each number in a sequence terms
a symbol, usually a letter, used to represents a number variable
Created by: Robin Greene