Title 
Instructions / Description 
Sample Puzzle Hints 
Difficulty 
Geometry


opposite side divided by hypotenuse. 2x1=2. has length, has widths but no thickness. has no dimension, no measure. no width, no length and thickness. a turn.

Older Children

Algebra


the branch of mathematics that deals with the relations between the sides and angles of plane or spherical triangles, and the calculations based on them. . a set of equations that are all satisfied by the same values of the variables.. An expression that is the ratio of two polynomials.. One of two or more quantities that divides a given quantity without a remainder. For example, 2 and 3 are factors of 6; a and b are factors of ab.. The power to which a base, such as 10, must be raised to produce a given number..

Hard

3D Shapes


a corner on a shape. this has 2 circular faces and 1 curved face  what am i. more than one vertex is.......... 1 side of a face. a cube has six of these.

Older Children

3D Shapes


They connect the corners together and are the meeting point for the faces. The surface of a shape is called a _______. What are the meeting points for faces?. What 4 letter 3D shape has 12 edges?. A triangular ________ has 9 edges.

Teenage

3D Shapes


This shape has 3 faces 2 flat and 1 curved. The corners of a shape. The side of a face. This shape has triangular faces and 1 vertex. This shape has 6 faces and edges that are all the same length.

Older Children

3d Shapes


This shape has 3 faces. This shape has 4 extended external faces. It has two triangular faces. This shape has one square face. This shape has 8 vertices.

Older Children

4th Grade Math


a way of displaying objects in rows and columns. symbols used to write a number (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9). a pattern used to make a solid. a customary unit of capacity. equal to 8 fluid ounces.

Older Children

Albert Einstein's

There are no repeat answers in this puzzle, each hint have its own answer.

He passed the ______ and ________ sections of the entrance exam, but failed the rest (history, languages, geography, etc.). Albert _______ school.. He had ______ difficulty as a child.. Albert was inspired by a _______.. Albert Einstein died on _____ 16, 1955..

Hard

Algebra


The set that contains all of the elements of two or more sets. Any trinomial of the form a2+2ab+b2. The sum and the difference of the same two terms. The counting numbers. To prove somethings true.

Hard

Algebra


an equation that tells you how many roots you have and whether they are real or imaginary.. can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself.. this kind of line has an undefined slope.. The location of a point on a plane.. an ___ number is one that cannot be expressed as a ratio..

Big

Algebra


A number that shows repeated multiplication`. The number of quadrants on a graph. Means you divide the algebraic expression. Add the numbers together and divide by how many numbers you have. The value is much higher or lower than the other values, not all data has them.

Hard

Algebra


Equations that have the same solution.. For all real numbers a, b, and c.. The motion of an object moving at a constant rate.. An equation that is true for every value.. To find the mean of a set of numbers, find the sum of the numbers and divide the sum by the number of items..

Teenage

Algebra


a relation in wich every member of the domain is mapped 1 and 1 member of the range. if a graph does not change when reflected over a line or rotated around a point. a number that cannot be expressed in the form (a/b)where a and b are integers. a definition of a function by a formula in terms of the varible. a number of the term i.

Teenage

Algebra


One of the positive or negative numbers. A symbo or number placed above and afteranother symbol or number to denote the power to which the latter is being raised. A number that, when multiplied by itself, produces the given number. A series of points, discrete or continuous, as in forming a curve or surface, each of which represent a value of a given function. A data element that is significantly different from other elements in the data collection, or an element that appears to imply a pattern that is inconsistent with the bulk of the data evidence.

Older Children

Algebra


6 sides. 11 sides. flat geametric feature . 10 sides. measure around.

Big

Algebra 2


a number,variable, or the product of a number and one or more variables. . sum. if a=b and b=c, then a=c. a statement that is true for every variable.

Very Difficult

Algebra 2 Vocabulary


restrictions on a system of equations. the graph of the system of constraints. moves up and down (3D). When you are given a set of equations and you are looking for the point of interestion.. when you combine the equations by eliminating a variable.

Hard

Algebra and Numbers


one of those collection of mathematical numbers, letters and operators. the longest side in a right angled triangle. A number only divisible by one and itself. a number which does not a whole number as it's square root. a mathematical sentence.

Big

Algebra I


What difference means.. Solve for M: 14 = M + 5. What is first in the order of operations?. Solve for slope: (17, 56) M = 2. The reverse of FOIL..

Teenage

Algebra Key Terms


A=length times width. The slope of a horizontal line.. Another word for average.. Terms that have the same variables, corresponding powers, and/or roots.. Rise over run..

Hard

Algebra Language


a number by itself. discrete math . add all the terms . a letter or a dummy varible. symble .

Teenage

Algebra Language


A number, a variable or a product or quotient of numbers and variable that is added or subtracted in an algebraic expression . In a power, the number that tells how many times the base is used as a factor . A statement that two expressions are not equal . Two equivalent algebraic expressions separated by an equal sign. Variables and numbers combined by operations.

Hard

Algebra Terms


A relation for which each element of the domain corresponds to exactly one element of the range.. y=mx+b. A method of writing algebraic variables as functions of other variables.. A function of the type y=f(x)=ax1b because its graph is a straight line.. Two or more equations containing common variable(s)..

Hard

ALGEBRA VOCABULARY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Complete the crossword puzzle by using the hints for help!

When the data values of a data set increase.. A part of the population.. The difference of the greatest and least values in the data set.. A way to display data by using a circle divided into nonoverlapping sectors.. The sum of all the values in a data set divided by the number of data values..

Big

All About Algebra

find 10 words that are related to algebra.

slant. vertical. vertical. horizontal. vertical.

Older Children

Analytic Geometry


has no size; length, width, or height. w. set of points which has infinite length but no width or height. A line is named by a lower case letter or by any two points on the line.. set of points which has infinite length but no width or height. A line is named by a lower case letter or by any two points on the line.. set of points that has infinite length and width but no height. We name a plane with a capital letter.

Older Children

Angle Vocabulary


Ray cuts through an angle, making both smaller angles congruent to each other. Divide into two parts. Point in the middle of a line segment. Ray cuts through a line segment, making both sides congruent to each other. Angle between 91 and 180 degrees.

Hard

Angles Crossword


The supplement of 160 is _______ degrees. Position in space with no dimensions. Line which intersects with parallel lines. Staying the same distance apart. A quarter turn forms a ___________ angle.

Hard

Area of different shapes


The measurement of someone or something from head to foot or from base to top.. The outside part or uppermost layer of something.. Measurements of an area.. The amount of room in an object.. It is a three sided shape..

Hard

Assessment Puzzle


When numbers or letters are assigned to indicate performance. . The process of gathering, interpreting, recording and using information about pupils’ responses . Assessment that is used to establish a baseline from which the teacher may plan future strategies.. This is done to find out if the objectives of a lesson were met . A list of questions used to assess the child's behaviour or academic progress.

Older Children

Bank Account Reconciliation


Rapper shot to death in Las Vegas. Amount of money n a checking account at the beginning of a statement period.. Includes all transactions that have occurred for a period of approx. one month. Deposits that have not yet appeared on the bank statement.. Where account holder records all of his transactions against his checking account.

Teenage

Basic Concepts of Probability


involves two or more characteristics simultaneously . the probability of one event, given that another event has occurred. Each possible type of occurrence or outcome . An event that can be described by any single characteristic. the collection of all possible events.

Older Children

Budgeting Your Money


an estimate of income and expenses for a set period of time.. The money one has saved.. the amount of money that is paid back on top of the principal.. money that is owed or due.. the excess of revenues and gains of a business over expenses and losses during a given period of time. .

Older Children

Calculus


Undefined. A graph that has discontinuity where there are plural asymptotes involved.. A point or value of the independent variable at which the value of a function is not equal to its limit as the value of the independent variable approaches that point, or where it is not defined.. Zero. The rate of change of positions with respect to time..

Hard

Calculus


A method of approximating to an integral as the limit of a sum of areas of trapezoids. . A type of conic that is ushaped and has eccentricity equal to 1. . The derivative of a derivative. Usually written f'(x), or y'.. The trigonometric function that is equal in a rightangled triangle to the ratio of the side opposite the given angle to the hypotenuse. . In periodic functions, the height of the function at the maximum to the midline.

Big

Calculus


a mathematical equation that relates two sets of values. f'[g(x)][g'(x)]. a technique to determine the area under the curve by summing the areas of trapezoids. the slope of the tangent line of a function. a function that graphs the change in position of an object.

Hard

Calculus AB


an equation where given one value of x there is only one value of y. method to find the volume of the solid formed be revolving the region between the curves . a point of discontinuity where the onesided limit or both sided limits are infinite. the slope of a function at a given point. a point of discontinuity where the one sided limits exist but they have different values.

Very Difficult

Circles


a line in the plane of a circle that intersects the circle in exactly one point. distance around a circle. polygon with exactly three sides. type of arc that is greater than 180 degrees. theorem that states the sum of the squares of the legs = square of hyponenuse.

Hard

Circles

Each of the definitions below deal with circles. Figure out the word and fill in the puzzle as directed.

a line that intersects the circle only once. two or more coplanar circles that share the same center. two points on the circle and the unbroken part of the circle between the two points. an arc of a circle whose endpoints are the endpoints of a diameter; half of a circle. an arc of a circle that is larger than a semicircle.

Teenage

Circles


A line that intersects a circle in exactly one point. is an arc whose endpoints are the endpoints of a diameter.It has a measure of 180 . arc has a measure that is greater 180. A segment whose endpoints are 2 points. A line that intersects a circle in exactly one point.

Moderately Challenging

Circles


Measure of the minor arc that corresponds to a 60 degree inscribed angle. Vertex is located at the center of the circle. The sum of all the central angles of a circle. Angle formed by a tangent and the radius of a circle. Point that is equidistant to all points on a circle.

Big

Classifying Angles


Two nonadjacent angles, formed by intersecting lines. An angle that measures 90˚. An angle that measures between 90˚ and 180˚. Two angles whose measures sum to 180˚. Two angles with a side in common.

Older Children

Classifying Angles


an angle that is on the same side of the transversal and inside parallel lines. a triangle with 2 equal sides. a triangle with a 90 angle. angles that are greater than 90 degrees. angle that is on the opposite side of the transversal and inside the parallel lines.

Big

Classifying Real Numbers


The most specific number set for 3. The answer of adding two numbers. The most specific number set for repeating decimals.. Number that is a whole number but not a natural number.. The most specific number set for 0.

Older Children

Concepts


fout sections of data. average, sum of data divided by # of data entries. same as line of best fit. sampling in an organized fashion. groups of stuff.

Hard

Congruency of Triangles


proof with two columns used to show how triangles are congruent. the side opposite of the right angle. two triangles are congruent by the ___ __________ if they have two sides and an angle between the sides congruent to each other. the side in between two angles. two triangles are congruent by the ___ __________ if they have two angles and a side between the angle congruent to each other.

Hard

Congruent Triangles


a triangle with with three acute angles. in a right triangle, the side opposite of the right angle. a triangle with one obtuse angle. a triangle with three congruent angles. a triangle with no congruent sides.

Hard

Connecting Math and Science


essential for the ramp. shift to speed. this slows you down. will you attract?. healthy eating.

Hard

Data Analysis and Probability


probability experiment when each outcome has an equal chance of being picked.. an organized collection of data.. a questionaire that leads a person to answer a certain way.. when the question does not influence the answer.. the likelihood that something occurs based on the results of an experiment..

Adult

Decimal review


three multiplied by zero point four equals . How many decimal places does 4.7862 have?. When you multiply a number by a 100 the decimal point moves .... spaces to the right. ordering decimals from smallest to largest, is writing them in ............ order. When multiplying decimals, the number of decimal places in the questions and the answers are the .

Older Children

