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ABC MATH PROJECT Omar Diabmarzouk
A Area The area of a square or triangle or polygons. Example: The area of a square with equal 4cm sides is 16cm²
B Binomial The answer of 2 terms. Example: 2x+5²
C Coefficient It’s the number in an algebra expression Example: The 8 in 8x
D Distributive Property You multiply the number outside of the brackets (Left side) and you multiply that by what ever is inside the brackets. Example: 4(2x + 8) 4x2 and 4x8 and go from there
E Enlargement A number that increases. Example: 1=2
F Factor Factors are numbers before the = sign. Example: 5 x 4 = 20 The 5 and 4 are both factors of 20
G Greater Than A number that is greater than the other Example: 4>1
H Hypotenuse It is the longest side of a right angle triangle. Example: a²+b²=c² The c² is the longest part/the Hypotenuse.
I Involving Brackets You first use Distributive Property and after that, that’s when you involve the brackets. Example: (after distributive property) 49x-25² = 15² + 7x
J Justify Justify is to change up how equation looks like. Example: (9²)+15 81+15
K Kilometer A measurement that is mostly used in angle questions. Example: John walked to a store 2km away from his home, he then walks another 2km to his friends house. How far is his house now?
L Like Terms Like terms is a term that has the same variable and power, the coefficient does not need to be the same. Example: 4x² and 7x²
M Monomial An expression in algebra meaning a single term. Example: 3x²
N Numerator The number on the top of the fractions Example: 6 ---- 4
O Order of Operation Order of operations is when you use BEDMAS to solve a polynomial. Example: 12 ÷ 4 + 3 2 12 ÷ 4 + 9 3 + 9 12
P Polynomials Polynomials are equations that you need to use order of operations to solve. Example: 15-4(5+7)/4²
Q Quadrants The four(quad) squares of a x and y graph
R Reciprocal Relating to a number or quantity divided by 1.
S Supplementary angles Supplementary angles are supplement of 180° Example: http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/38500/38579/anglessup1_38579.htm
T Trinomial Similar to monomial, but 3 terms. Example: 3x-4²*6y³
U Units Units are also known as measurements used in equations for solving. Example: mm, cm, km, m, hr, days, years, months, weeks,inches.
V Vertically opposite angle Also known as the scissor angles, they are equal to each other. Example: https://mathsurgery.wikispaces.com/file/detail/vertically+opposite+angles.png/35 1297366
W Whole numbers Numbers that are a whole and not a fraction of a hole. Example: ½ is half a whole number, (0.5), and numbers like 1,2,3,4,5 are whole numbers.
X X axis The horizontal line on a graph Example: http://www.lukewallin.co.uk/graph/newsuite.htm
Y Y axis The vertical line on a graph Example: http://www.lukewallin.co.uk/graph/newsuite.htm
Z Zero pair Where you zero out one part of an equation. Example: 46=17x ------ ------ 17 17 We zero paired the 17.
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