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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
Geometry and Other Math Terms where the two sides of an angle meet. consists of two rays wiht the same endpoint. has no dimension and is represented by a small dot.. the answer to a division problem. to divide into two congruent parts. Big
MATH A body is said to be in __________ if it moves in a straight line at constant speed. a mathematical operator that returns an output of true if and only ifall of its operands are true. an algebraic equation in which each term is either a constant or the product of a constant and (the first power of) a single variable. uses symbols such as , , , or to compare two quantities. a mathematical statement that asserts the equality of two expressions.. Big
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 Language a number by itself. discrete math . add all the terms . a letter or a dummy varible. symble . Teenage
money what you have pay for something. not big money. opposit of cheap. money paid for the use of money. a person who is poor and beg for money. Teenage
MATH CROSSWORD PUZZLE ASSIGNMENT FA-2 If the dividend and divisor are both positive or negative, the quotient is___________.. Directed numbers are also called_____________ numbers.. The standard or basic unit of mass is _____________.. The reciprocal of an improper fraction is a______________ fraction.. The sign of the product of 23 negative integers and 7 positive integer is__________ .. Teenage
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
Pre-Algebra Vocabulary Review #1 Complete the crossword puzzle below the sum of any two whole numbers is always a whole number is an example of this. indicates the number of times the base is used as a factor. the sum of any number and zero is equal to the number. the way you group three or more numbers when adding or multipliying does not change their sum or product. quantities that are multiplied. Teenage
Math Terms Solve the crossword. a natural number (positive, negative or zero) that can be written without fractions or decimals. the process of unitin two or more numbers into a sum. a number that can only be divided evenly by 1 and itself. the number in a division problem by which the dividend is divided. a number without a fraction or decimal. Teenage
Statistics shows the frequency of data that is in equal intervals . the number of times a value of data occurs . rearrangement of objects into distinguishable sequences. Order of occurrence of object is important . visual representation of a set of values in relation to another set . term which refers to how far the average statistic lies from a parameter it is estimating,that is,the error which arises when estimating a quantity . Hard
Math Vocabulary take away. the left side of the number line. the space inside an object. letters used in math. distance around an object. Teenage
Linear Equations the highest power of a variable. The inverse of Addition. The positive integers together with 0. an equation with 4 or more terms . The inverse of division. Teenage
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
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
Math Terms A straight line that connects two vertex to each other . An angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees.. A polygon with 4 sides.. An equation of fractions in the form: a/b = c/d . The number of square units that covers a shape or figure.. Teenage
Patterns and Expressions a number that multiplies the variable.. a calculated amount.. a pattern formed by two sets of numbers.. any single number or variable, or a combination (no = sign).. a number that does not change.. Teenage
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
Math Vocabulary A monomial or sum of monomials . The line that most closely approximates the data in a scatter plot. Lines in the same plane that never intersect and have the same slope. To multiply two binomials, find the sum of the products of the First terms, the Outer terms, the Inner terms and the Last terms. . The sum of three monomials . Teenage
Simple Solutions the distance around the outside circle.. the sum of a whole number and a fraction.. figure with the same size and shape.. the answer to a multiplication problem.. the smallest multiple the 2 numbers have in common.. Teenage
Math How many quarts are in a gallon?. How many years are in a decade?. Figures with the same size and shape.. The number occuring most often in a set of data.. A triangle with 3 egual sides.. Older Children
Factors & Multiples two numbers. a diagram used to break up a number. used to determine whether a number is divisible by other numbers. separate and divide. highest number that divides into two or more numbers. Older Children
Geometry has only 2 equal sides. a tool used to measure angles. a 7 sided figure. an angle larger than 90 degrees but smaller than 180 degrees. has 3 unequal sides. Hard
Theoretical Experimental Probability Highly likely to occur.. The relation between two similar magnitudes with respect to the number of times the first contains the second.. To look forward to. . A possibility or probability of anything happening.. Attempt; test. Hard
Geometry is Opposite over Adjacent . Circles with the same center are ______________ circles. The difference between the highest and the lowest numbers in a set of numbers. is Opposite over Hypotenuse. or average, of a set of numbers is found by dividing the sum of the numbers by the amount of numbers added. Hard
Math A combination of a whole number and a fraction.. The average of a set of numbers.. The perimeter of a circle.. Any shape with 3 sides.. The point where a line crosses the x or y-axis.. Hard
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
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
Shapes and Angles Angle directions as used in shipping. A triangle with all angles and sides the same. A shape with equal sides and equal inside angles. A shape like a diamond. An angle greater than 180 degrees. Older Children
Geometry Portfolio an acute triangle that has all equal sides and angles. a triangle that has two equal sides and two equal base angles. two angle that have equal length and angles. a triangle that forms a triangle that equal to 90%. uses the coordinate plane and algebra to prove a geometric concepts. Teenage
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
Math Terms Fill in the crossword according to the hints distance around a circle. a part of a number. the interior of a shape. greater than 90 degrees. vertical. Older Children
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