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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
Math A number that is divisable only by one and itself.. To learn by heart, commit to memory.. A number or algebraic expession obtained by dividing one number or algebraic expression.. A mathematical statement. A number that con be divided with more than just one and itself.. Older Children
Math A number that is divisable by one and itself.. To learn by heart, commit to memory.. A number or algebraic expression obtained by dividing one number or algebraic expression.. A mathematical statement.. A number that can be divided with more than just one and itself.. Older Children
Properties of Geometric Figures all three angle measures are less than 90 degrees. one angle measure is greater than 90 degrees. a closed plane figure made up of 3 or more line segments. no sides are of equal length and no angles are of equal measure. one angle measure is 90 degrees. Hard
Math Models Vocabulary a relation in which none of the first coordinates (the Xís) repeat. . A number when multiplied by itself gives the original number. the X-Values. Distance around the outside of a shape. a set of ordered pairs . Hard
Geometry Vocabulary When a figure is turned a specific number of degrees about the origin or a fixed point. Angles opposite of each other when two lines cross. A line that crosses at least two other lines. Angles on opposite sides of the transversal but outside the two parallel lines. Movements of figures that do not change the shape of the figure just the position. Hard
Euclidean Geometry set of points. A location in space that has no physical features. Due to this a point cannot be measured.. A ray, line segment, or line that intersects the interior of an angle to form two angles of equal measure that use the sides of the angle.. All angles measure between zero and one hundred eighty degrees. To find the measure of larger angles you need to add the measures of the linear pair inside of the larger angle.. The part of the angle that can normally be measured by a protractor. It is convex and between zero and one hundred eighty degrees.. Hard
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 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
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
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
Geometry Given two points in a plane and the line containing them. Two rays that have the same endpoint. An object . postulate that is between two points on a line. a location that is in space with no physical features and cannot be measured. Very Difficult
Meta Analysis Statistics depict the average strength of the effects of an intervention across studies that use different types of outcome measures. Matt conducted his own systematic review on his teaching effectiveness and the results were extraordinarily positive. The research would be considered BLANK. Divide the difference between the experimental and control group means by the standard deviation . Depict the strength of relationship between two variables. It is beneficial to critically appraise all studies yourself relevant to your BLANK question. Hard
Solving Equations and Inequalities number, a variable, or a product of numbers or variables in a number sentence . A mathematical sentence that contains , , not equal to or other symbols.... Terms that have the same variable and the same corresponding exponents. mathematical sentence stating that two quantities are equal. An algebraic expression that has no like terms and no parenthesis. 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
Math The top part of a power. Another way of saying anything raised to the second power. Divide. A kind of fraction where the top number is bigger than the bottom number. What you call x raised to the 6th . Hard
Geometry Project 2 rays that have the same initial point. __ finds the length of segment/distance between 2 points. A __ has no size or dimensions . 2 angles that share a common vertex, side, & no common interior point . rise over run. Hard
Geometry measurement of an angle. dvides an angle into two congruent angles. a line that intersects two or more lines in a plane. 2l + 2w. a2 + b2 = c2. Big
Assessment Puzzle When numbers or letters are assigned to indicate performance. . The process of gathering, interpreting, recording and using information about pupilsí 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
Fraction the numerator is larger than the denominator. two fractions that are equal in value. flip the fraction so the numerator becomes the denominator and vice versa. number on the bottom part of a fraction. smallest possible fraction. Older Children
Fraction Vocabulary Read definitions and write the correct term in the appropriate space A fraction whose numerator is always 1. Of two numbers are factors that are the same that are called these. This fraction has a numerator greater than or equal to its denominator. The least common multiple of the denominators. The numer and denominator have no common factor other than 1. Big
Math Definitions A polygon having six sides. The process of placing a point on a number line at its proper location. a line that divides a figure into two halves that are refections of each other. the sum f the data divided by the number of items in the data set. a type of statistical graph using lines to show how values change over a period of time. Teenage
Geometry all the the angles in a triangle are less then 90.. The triangle has an obtuse angle.. Defined by the two rays that form it. . Lines that do not intersect and are not in the same plane.. Lying on the same plane. . Very Difficult
Simplifying Variable Expressions and Variables and Equations Have identical variables: 18h, 20h. A mathematical sequence with an equal sign: 1 + 1 = 2. A value for a variable that makes an equation true: 1h=2, so h=2. A term that has no variable: 18. A number that multiplies a variable: 18 in 18h. Teenage
Math the first number in the ordered pair. a line that neither rises or falls going left to right (horizontal line) . must have the same variable or group of variables with the same exponents. vertical line. in one variable is any equation that can be put in the form of ax + b = 0 . Hard
math vocabulary a triangle with three acute sides. the operation of combining groups to find the total amount. a figure made by two rays that extend to the same point or line. a part of a circle between any two points on its circumference. a number of square units needed to cover a surface. Teenage
Math Vocabulary A type of bar graph used to display numerical data. A number labeled with a scale to include all the data with a mark above a data point each time it occurs.. Graph that uses a number line to show the distribution of a set of data. The average of the numbers. The data that is more than 1.5 times the value of the Interquartile Range beyond the quartile. Hard
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
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
Math Vocabulary the opposite of a number. the result when one number is divided by another. a mathematical sentence that shows that two expressions are equivalent. an expression that contains at least one variable. the result when two or more numbers are added. Teenage
Trigonometry Terms Sinusoidal Functions from the middle to the top of a sine or cosine curve. the side in a right triangle that is across from the right angle. The y- coordinate on the unit circle. an object in trigonometry that is measured in degrees or radians. the length of one cycle of sine or cosine. Teenage
Geometry Logic and review a branch of geometry where we study deduction and induction. when you continue a pattern or make an observation. a series of related numbers or objects - a trend. a closed many sided figure that is made up of straight lines. a line that crosses two other lines. Teenage
Geometry Words a point inside of a parabola. the numbers that solves a quadratic equation. the highest or lowest point on a parabola. a line above or below the parabola. the 'middle term in a quadratic expression. Teenage
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 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
Math You do this to get the sum of two numbers. a+0=a. PI. A mathematical expression using a '='. .25,.333..,.2. Hard
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
Understanding Points, Lines and Planes A point at one end of a segment or the starting point of a ray. A location and has no size. It is represented by a dot. Points in the same plane. Two rays that have a common endpoint and form a line. A straight path that has no thickness and extends forever. Older Children
Geometry Puzzle If you mow the front half of the lawn..... If two angles add up to 180˚, then they are complementary.. 4+8=8+4. x/3=9, x=27. C=C. Hard
Geometry - polygons angles outside a polygon are called _____. triangle with two sides equal. six sided shape. angles are measured in _______. a shape that has many sides. Hard
Math vocabulary a set of all whole numbers and their additive inverses. a group of happenings, each of which affects the probability of the occurrence of the others. the quotient obtained when the sum of the numbers in a set is divided by the number of addends. in statistics, the difference between the largest and the smallest values in a sample. a statement that two ratios are equal. Teenage
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
Number Classifications and Properties positive and negative whole numbers. property that looks like a mirror. decimals that either end or have a repeating pattern. the counting numbers PLUS ZERO. decimals that do not end AND do not have a repeating pattern. Older Children
THE GEOMETRY THINGY :D DO IT acute angel . point. graph. ray segment. adjacent angel . Hard
Geometry common endpoint of two rays. location. two angles created by intersecting lines who share only a common endpoint. angle measures exactly 90. two or more objects on the same plane. Hard
Maths is fun This crossword puzzle is made up of many different mathematical terms. A polygon with 10,000 sides.. A side of a right triangle that is considered as the longest side. Two lines that will never meet are called _______ lines. The opposite of any given number,. Any number divided by zero is _______.. Hard
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
Inductive Reasoning and Problem Solving Guess. Facts that lead to conclusions. A conclusion based on information. Something that repeats. Example that proves something false. Teenage
Economics concerns of society as a whole. economic transactions involving individuals and businesses. gives the author or artist exclusive rights to publish and sell their work. love of one's country. people decide when, what, and how they buy or sell. Hard
financial vocab. Money a business has to pay out to maintain opertion. The relationship between assets and two types of equities (liabilities & owner's equity). A subdivision under either Assets, Liabilities or Owner's Equity. You buy something and agree to pay later. Money to be received. Teenage
 
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