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1 even number Numbers ending in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8. A number divisible by 2.Numbers ending in0, 2, 4, 6, or 8.
2 A number NOT divisible by 2. odd numberA number NOT divisible by 2.Numbers ending in1, 3, 5, 7, 9.
3 also called the Grouping Property associative propertyof multiplicationWhen three or more numbers are multiplied, the product is the same regardless of the grouping of the factors.(2 x 3) x 4 = 242 x (3 x 4) = 24(2 x 4) x 3 = 24also called the Grouping Property
4 The numbers added together addendThe numbers added togetherto form a sum.= 15sum
5 factors The numbers that are multiplied in a multiplication problem. 3 x 5 = 15product
6 sum difference product quotient the answer to an addition problemdifferencethe answer to a subtraction problemproductthe answer to a multiplication problemquotientthe answer to a division problem
7 commutative property of multiplication The property that states that changing the order of the factorsdoes not affect the product.Example:3 x 5 = and x 3 = 15
8 line A straight path that extends A straight path that extendsin both directions without end; marked with an arrowhead ateach end.
9 A piece of a line that has line segmentA piece of a line that hastwo endpoints.
10 parallel linesTwo (or more) lines that run the same distance apart at every point and will never intersect.para ellllines
11 A line with one end point that extends non-stop in the rayA line with one end point that extends non-stop in theopposite direction.
12 A shape formed by two rays that share an endpoint. angleA shape formed by two rays that share an endpoint.
13 vertex plural: vertices The point where: two or more rays share an endpoint.the edges of a solid figure meet.The point at the top of a cone.
14 intersecting linesTwo or more lines thatmeet or cross at a point.
15 Two lines that intersect perpendicular linesTwo lines that intersectand form right angles.
16 Tool used to measure angles. protractorTool used to measure angles.
17 1 rotation = 90° 2 rotations = 180° 3 rotations = 270° A full circle rotation is equal to 360° (degrees)When divided into four equal sections, each section is worth 90°1 rotation = 90°2 rotations = 180°3 rotations = 270°4 rotations = 360°360°90°90°90°270°90°90°90°90°90°180°
18 An angle measuring 90 degrees. right angleAn angle measuring 90 degrees.
19 acute angleAn angle that measuresLESS than 90 degrees.
20 obtuse angleAn angle that measuresMORE than 90 degrees.
21 straight angleAn angle that measures180 degrees.
22 polygon four criteria for a A polygon is made up of all straight line segmentsis closed (has no breaks in the line segments)is 2-dimensitionalhas no lines that cross over each other
23 A polygon with all equal sides and all equal angles. regular polygonA polygon with all equal sides and all equal angles.
24 have all equal sides and irregular polygonA polygon that does NOThave all equal sides andequal angles.
25 rectangle A rectangle: four criteria of a is a quadrilateral. is a quadrilateral.is made up of four line segments.has four 90° angles.is a parallelogram – a four sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides.
26 A quadrilateral (four sided polygon) with two pairs of parallel sides. parallelogramA quadrilateral (four sided polygon) with two pairs of parallel sides.
27 A quadrilateral (four sided polygon) with one pair of parallel sides. trapezoidA quadrilateral (four sided polygon) with one pair of parallel sides.
28 congruent Figures that have the same size AND same shape. The figures do not have be in the same position.If you placed the two shapes directly on top of eachother they would match up perfectly.
29 similarFigures that have the same shape,but are not the same size.
30 line of symmetry The line that divides a figure in half so that both halves are exactlythe same.
31 A triangle with all three equilateraltriangleA triangle with all threesides of equal length.3 in.3 in.3 in.
32 isosceles triangle A triangle with two sides that are equal and one that is not.5 in.5 in.3 in.
33 A triangle with all sides that scalene triangleA triangle with all sides thatare a different length.8 in.4 in.9 in.
34 A triangle with at least right triangleA triangle with at leastone right angle.
43 obtuse triangle A triangle having an obtuse angle. One of the angles of the trianglemeasures more than 90 degrees.
44 A triangle having three acute angles. acute triangleA triangle having three acute angles.
45 Which monthshave 30 days?AprilJuneSeptemberNovember
46 Which months have 31 days? January March May July August October December
47 area The number of square units that can fit inside of a shape. To find the _______ , countthe square units.area = 9 square units
48 perimeter The distance around the outside of a shape. perimeter To find the __________ , add the length of all the sides.perimeter2 cm + 3 cm + 3 cm = 8 cm The perimeter of this figure is8 centimeters.
77 colon:The symbol used to separate the hour from the minutes on a digital clock.
78 array A model of multiplication that arranges objects in rows and columns.
79 The amount a container can hold. capacityThe amount a container can hold.Customarycupspintsquartsgallons
80 The amount a container can hold. capacityThe amount a container can hold.Metricmillilitersliterskiloliters
81 temperature Freezing Point of Water 32 degrees Fahrenheit 0 degrees CelsiusBoiling Point of Water212 degrees Fahrenheit100 degreesNormal Body Temperature98.6 degrees Fahrenheit37 degrees
82 Place Value Chart , thousandths hundredths tenths ● hundred millions hundred thousandsten thousandsthousandshundredstensonestenthshundredthsthousandthsdecimals
83 Example: 634,822Standard Form: 634,822Word Form: six hundred thirty-four thousand, eight hundred twenty-twoExpanded Form: 600, , , = 634,822What is the value of the underlined digit in the number 634,822 = 600,000What place value does the underlined digit hold? = hundred thousands
84 Distributive Property of Multiplication The property that states that multiplying a sum by a number is the same as multiplying each addend by the number and then adding the products.break down the 8 into 5 + 37 x 85 + 3(7 x 5) + (7 x 3)= 56break down the 16 into5 x 1610 + 6(5 x 10) + (5 x 6)= 80
85 Identity Property of Multiplication The property that states that the product of any number and 1 is that number.Examples:5 × 1 = 5248 x 1 = 2481 × 8 = 8
86 cubeA three-dimensional shapewith six congruent square faces.
87 coneA three-dimensional, pointedshape that has a flat, round base.
88 3-dimensional object shaped like a can cylinder3-dimensional object shaped like a can
89 Another word for information. dataAnother word for information.Information collected about people or things and can be represented in graph form.
90 diagonalA line segment that connects two vertices of a polygon that are not next to each other.
91 inverse operations Opposite operations. addition and subtraction Operations that undo and check one another.addition and subtractionare inverse operationsmultiplication and divisionare inverse operations.