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1A rectangle whose sides are all the same length. squareA rectangle whose sides are all the same length.
2A rectangular array with the same number of rows as columns. square arrayA rectangular array with the same number of rows as columns.
3square number14921635 = 35 x 35 = 1225A number that is the product of a whole number multiplied by itself; a whole number to the second power.
4The product of number and itself. square of a numberThe product of number and itself.
5A pyramid with a square base. square pyramidA pyramid with a square base.
6square root of a number 320= 2*2*2*2*2*2*5 320= 4*4*4*5 or 320=16*4*5 √320=8√5The square root of a number n is a number which, when multiplied by itself, results in the number n.
7The units used to measure area. square units7 square unitsThe units used to measure area.
8standard notation 587 = 500 + 60 + 7 standard notation expanded notationstandard notationThe most familiar way of representing whole numbers, integers, and decimals by writing digits in specified place.
9A uniform unit of measure. standard unitA uniform unit of measure.
10A graph that looks like steps. step graphA graph that looks like steps.
11stem-and-leaf plotA display of data in which digits with larger place values are named as stems, and digits with smaller place values are names as leaves.
12A tool used to draw a line segment. straightedgeA tool used to draw a line segment.
13subtraction7- 3minuendsubtrahend4differenceA math operation based on taking away one quantity from another or decreasing quantity.
14The number being subtracted. subtrahend7- 3minuendsubtrahend4differenceThe number being subtracted.
15The answer to an adding problem. sumaddendssum= 35The answer to an adding problem.
16Two angels whose measures total 180 . supplementary angelsTwo angels whose measures total 180 .o
17Collection data for graphing and analysis. surveyCollection data for graphing and analysis.
18symmetryThe property of exact balance in a figure; having the same size and shape across a dividing line.
19The matching of two halves of a shape. symmetryThe matching of two halves of a shape.
20Marks used to keep track of a count. tally marks11510Marks used to keep track of a count.
21tally chartTally charts are used to organize and display data. A tally chart is a table that shows how many times each value appears.
22Intersecting at exactly one point. tangentIntersecting at exactly one point.
23A pattern used as a guide in making something accurately. templateA pattern used as a guide in making something accurately.
24The place-value position equal to ten times the unit value. tens59270The place-value position equal to ten times the unit value.
25termIn an algebraic expression or equation, a number or a product of a number and one or more variables.
26Decimals that continue a pattern without end. terminating decimal.333…13= .30Decimals that continue a pattern without end.
27tessellationAn arrangement of closed shapes that covers a surface completely without overlaps or gaps.
28A polyhedron with four faces. tetrahedronA polyhedron with four faces.
29theoremA mathematical statement that can be proven to be true (or sometimes, a statement that is proposed and needs to be proven).
30Objects with thickness,length and width. 3-dimensional (3-D)Objects with thickness,length and width.
31Objects that are not completely within a single flat surface. 3-dimensional (3-D)Objects that are not completely within a single flat surface.
32tileA shape used in a tessellation. If only one shape is repeated in a tessellation, the tessellation is called a same-tile tessellation.
33tilingAn arrangement of closed shapes that covers a surface completely without overlaps or gaps.
34A number line showing years, days,and events in a sequence. time lineA number line showing years, days,and events in a sequence.
35A bag containing things needed in math. tool kitA bag containing things needed in math.
36top-heavy fractionA fraction that names a number greater than or equal to 1; a fraction whose numerator is equal to or greater than its denominator.
37trade-first subtraction Subtraction procedure in which all necessary trades are done before any subtractions are carried out.
38trapezoidA quadrilateral that has one pair of parallel sides. No two sides need to be the same length.
39The motion of “sliding” an object or picture along a straight line. translationThe motion of “sliding” an object or picture along a straight line.
40transparent mirrorA mirror with a front and back face that has a recessed edge used for drawing lines of symmetry.
47turn-around facts6 + 33 + 62 x 33 x 2234 x 55 x 234A pair of add or multiplication facts in which the order of the addends or the factors is reversed.
48Two prime numbers that are separated by just one composite number. twin primes3 and 5 are twin primes,because they areseparated by thecomposite number 4.Two prime numbers that are separated by just one composite number.
492-dimensional (2-D)Objects completely within a flat surface; objects with length and width, but no thickness.
50unit24 children27 ducks1 kg3 o’clock30 centsA label, descriptive word, or unit of measure used to put a number in context.
52A box displayed alongside a set of numbers or problems. unit boxUnitUnitcentsUnitdaysdogsUnitUnitinchesbatsA box displayed alongside a set of numbers or problems.
53unit fractionA fraction that names one of the equal parts of the whole. The numerator is always 1.
54unit marksThe equidistant makes that represent numbers on thermometers, rulers, and other scales of measurement.
55The standard measuring system used in the United States. U.S. customary systemWeightouncepoundCapacitycuppintquartgallonDistanceinchfootyardmileTemperatureFahrenheitThe standard measuring system used in the United States.
56variableA letter other symbol that represents a number. A variable need not represent one specific number; it can stand for many different values.
57vertex (vertices)The point at which the rays or line segments of an angle, sides of a polygon, or the ends of a polyhedron meet.
58vertical anglesTwo intersecting lines form four angles. Two angles with the same vertex, but no sides in common.
59The measure of the amount of space a 3-dimensional shape takes up. volumeThe measure of the amount of space a 3-dimensional shape takes up.
60A measure of how heavy something is. weightA measure of how heavy something is.
61“What’s My Rule?”A routine that involves a set of number pairs in with the numbers in each pair are related to each other according to the same rule.
62wholeThe entire object, collection of objects, or quantity being considered; the ONE, the unit, 100%.