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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)..

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Polynomials


parabola is symmetric about the axis. so it is also called the. the curve obtained by representing the graph of aby polynomial . if the pair of lines intersect at a point then we say that the pair is . foe any polynomial p (x) the value of x foe which p (x)=0 is called. an equation containing a single variable of degree 2.

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Geography


Economy is focused on service industries with a well defined support. Economy is still based on manufacturing . Making or refining products from raw materials . Extraction of resources from the Earth. The number if infants who die out of every 1000 born.

Hard

Quadratic Functions

Use the clues to complete the puzzle.

a relation in which each value of x is paired with a unique value of y. shape of a quadratic functions graph. highest/lowest point of a parabola. an undefined term in geometry. a system to solve quadratic functions.

Hard

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

Terms for Algebra

Read each hint carefully to match the corresponding term to it.

a relationship that assigns exactly one output value to each input value.. function ______ is used to replace 'y' with 'f(x)'. ________ line is used to make predictions from the data in the scatter plot.. variable in a function that is the input value. the ratio of the vertical change to the horizontal change (rate of change).

Hard

Integral Calculus

Fill in the calculus crossword

opposite/hypotenuse . area under the curve as defined by trapezoids. the slope of the tangent line. to simplify a limit definition problem one would use:. The area under the curve on a set interval.

Hard

Statistics


The difference between the calculated approximation of a number and its exact mathematical value. Models random events by using random numbers to specify outcomes with relative frequencies that correspond to the true realworld relative frequencies we are trying to model. The sum of a set of observations divided by the number of observations. A useful tool for examining relationships between categorical variables. Treatment known to have no effect, administered so that all groups experience the same conditions.

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Sophie Germain


W Something she was known as . W She found these. L She was born during this. L Her birth month. L her accent.

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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

Math Terms


in a power the number that tells how many times the base is used as a factor. the side opposite the right angle in a right triangle. an operation that finds the total number when two or more numbers are put together. an equation of fractions in the form a/b=c/d. the set of numbers containing zero the natural numbers and all negatives of the natural numbers.

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Quadratic Terms

Complete the crossword puzzle below.

Curve formed from all points. Y^2=a. The maximum or minimum point of the equation. Used to figure out the X and Y axis. Set the equation to it.

Hard

Quadratic


a product of sums of products. a symmetrical open plane curve formed by the intersection or a cone with a plane parallel to its side standard form a way of writing down very small or very large numbers easily . a whole number greater than one whose only two whole number factors are one and itself. The highest point,the top or apex. the numbers written in front of the variable with the largest exponent.

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Equations and Inequalities


A mathematical sentence that contains the symbol. An algebraic or numerical sentence that shows that two quantities are equal. If you multiply both sides of an equation by the same number, the two sides will remain equal. Opposite operations, or operations that undo each other, such as addition and subtraction or multiplication and division. An expression that includes at least one variable.

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

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

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

Rain, Hail, And Snow


Ice Pellets that form when rain or snow melt, then refreezes as it falls. Rain that evaporates before reaching the ground. Cluster of ice crystals that fall in tempretures below freezing . A large amount of snow fall in a short period of time. Rain That has abnormally high acid content due to the high amounts of carbon and sulfer dioxide in the air..

Big

Geometry


the way a number goes  positive or negative. part of a circle containing its center and an arc . a zerodimensional figure; while usually left undefined. the actual area of a region . a segment that helps to make up a face.

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History of Money


Items used for trade. Legally binding notes that buyers use to promise sellers unconditionally that they will pay specific amounts of money within a specific time. Resources will run out eventually. The movement of people from rural areas to cities. Valuable item used instead of money.

Hard

Measurement


a way to describe the world with numbers. SI unit for mass. used to collect, organize, and summarize data in a visual way. SI unit for temperature. how close measurements are to each other.

Older Children

The Number System


Numbers that have two, and only two, factors. Numbers that can only be written in number form (no symbols) as a never ending, nonrepeating decimal fraction. A number that has three or more factors. The set of positive and negative numbers, including zero. Numbers that can be written in the form a/b, where a and b are both integers, and b is not zero.

Hard

Geometry Puzzle


A triangle with two congruent sides. A six sided polygon. The commond endpoint in an angle. Two rays with a common point. A figure made up of line segments.

Very Difficult

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

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

Geometric Solids


________ are the 2dimensional surfaces that make up solids.. Three or more edges intersect at a point called a ________.. A ____________ is a solid that has two circle bases.. Two faces intersect in a segment called an ______.. A ___________ solid is a solid that is made by combining two or more solids..

Hard

Probability Definitions


An experiment in which an actual situation is recreated as closely as possible. The results or consequences of an experiment. The likelihood of something happening. All outcomes being equally likely to be selected. There is no bias. A specific outcome as a result of an experiment.

Older Children

Geometry Vocabulary

Each answer is a term used frequently in the study of Geometry. Clues are in the form of definitions, theorems or examples.

the side opposite the 90º angle in a right triangle. triangle in which two sides are the same length. the point at which two lines, rays or segments intersect. when two lines are cut by a transversal, angle pairs that are on opposite sides of the transversal. a line which intersects a system of two or more lines.

Hard

Polynomial


can be a number or a variable or even the product of numbers . when in a polynomial, the terms are reput into order from the highest degree to the lowest degree . 5x + 6x are _______ terms . 5t  2 = 3t + 4 is a __________. 3x + 4 has two terms, this is also referred to as a __________.

Older Children

Polygons and Quadrilaterals


A 6 sided polygon. A closed figure with line segments as its sides. A 10 sided polygon. A 7 sided polygon. A 5 sided polygon.

Hard

Drafting


A thin line used to indicate the center of a round object in a secondary (not true shape) view.. A thin line used to indicate the center of a symmetrical object. . A thin line used to indicate the center of a round object in a primary (trueshape) view.. Heavy, dashed lines used to show sectional views. Arrows are extended from the endpoints to illustrate the viewing direction.. A collection of the different lines used in drafting, with classifications for line weight (thickness) and linetype..

Hard

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

Graph theory


There is not a route that may be used to get to any other point on the graph. A point on the graph where edges meet. More than one point on a graph. A line connecting pairs of points. A step by step procedure Startin at the end and working backwards to the beggining point.

Older Children

Geometry


A triangle which has two of its sides equal in length. A polygon with 6 sides. It is made up of two rays. A flat, closed figure made up of line segments. Two lines that cross.

Hard

Geometry Vocabulary


The corner of sn sngle or shape.. Points marking the end of a line.. A set of points that has rays that come together at the middle.. Lines that intersect and are not parallel.. A spot or location on a coordinate grid..

Hard

Shapes


You should never be afraid to ask for this!. You should always keep your work in this way. A triangle with 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles. Two lines that never meet. A 2D shape with 3 sides.

Hard

Line and Angle


four angles formed outside by a transversal and two parallel lines. two angles that have the same vertex, share a common side, and do not overlap. angles that together measure 180 degrees. a line that intersects two parallel lines and form eight angles. two lines in the same plane that do not intersect.

Hard

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

Geometry Terms


theoretical location that has no size. means to cut into two equal segments or angles. lines that do not intersect. arc that is more than a semicircle. angle that is 90 degrees.

Older Children

Geometry Terms


two rays that share a common endpoint. has no dimension, an exact location (a dot). two rays that share a starting point but GO in opposite directions. an angle that measures exactly 90 degrees. a point a line segment that divides in into two equal parts.

Big

Metric System


Unit used in the SI system used to measure mass of human. Unit used in the metric system used to measure mass of paperclip. Metric tool used to measure volume. Unit used in the SI system used to measure distance of a town. Unit used in the SI system used to measure a pencil.

Older Children

Parallel Lines


angles that are in the same position on the two lines in relation to the transversal.. a line that intersects two or more other lines.. lines that intersect at right angles.. interior angles that lie on opposite sides of the transversal.. two lines in a plane that never intersect or cross..

Older Children

Investing


stocks of large, wellestablished corporations with a solid record of profitability (ex. IBM, CocaCola). a way to minimize risk which involves spreading the risk among many types of investments. a prolonged period of rising stock prices; general feeling of investor optimism. an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a company's stock (selling price is lowered in direct proportion). (a.k.a. shareholders) the owners of a corporation (those who invest in stock).

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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

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

Geometry Vocab (RZ)


a proof with a column for statements and a column for reasons. a point where two sides of a polygon meet. lines that are not parallel and do not intersect in space. y = mx + b. a ruler with no markings on it.

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Geometry Vocabulary (FQ)


a six sided polygon. a triangle with one obtuse angle. an exact location in space. the two congruent sides of an isosceles triangle. a simple closed twodimensional shape made of line segments.

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Relationships In Triangles


intersection point of the altitudes of a triangle. a line, segment, or a ray that passes through the midpoint of the side and is also perpendicular to that side. the angle bisectors of a triangle are congruent, and their point of concurrency is called this. three or more lines intersect at a common point. a segment whose endpoints are a vertex of a triangle and the midpoint of the side opposite the vertex and every triangle has this.

Hard

Geometry


the side opposite the right angle in a right triangle . the union of 2 rays that have the same endpoint; measured in degrees or radians . noncoplanar lines that don't intersect . a zerodimensional figure; while usually left undefined, has four main representions . nonstraight and nonzero angles that have a common side in the interior of the angle formed by the noncommon sides .

Hard

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..

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