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INTEGER A positive or negative number.
Rational numbers A number that can be expressed by two or more integers.
Scientific notation A method expressing a given number of quantity.
Perfect square A rational number that is equal to the square of another.
Irrational number A number that can not be exactly expressed by two integers.
Real numbers The limit of a sequence of rational numbers.
Destiny property The amount of property in a given space.
Adjacent angles Two vertex have the same side between them.
coefficient A number that is constant for a given substance.
Distance formula The distance in a given formula.
domain A field of action.
hypotenuses Side of a right triangle.
Legs of a right triangle The other side of a right triangle.
Rational number The limit of a sequence of a rational number.
range The extent of which something may or may not be.
Slope To have or taken an incline.
Scientific notation A number expressing a given number of quantity.
prism A 3d object in math.
Scatter plot A graphic representation of a data basis.
Slope intercept form An incline to a specific spot or place.
Absolute value Magnitude of a quantity.
exponent A number place after or before which raises its power.
product Result of multiplying two or more numbers.
Pythagorean theorem Square of a right triangle
Acute triangle Triangle has acute integers.
probability The relevant possibility that something will happen
factor Two or more numbers, when multiplied together give a product.
variable Deviating from the usual type.
evaluate To ascertain a number
quotient Result of division.
Acute angle Angle measuring less than 90 degrees.
congruent Two shapes being identical.
reciprocal Inversely related or porportional.
vertex The corner of a 3d figure.
polygon A closed plane figure with three or more straight sides.
Scalene angle A triangle with no two side equal
area The surface space of an area
perimeter Border length of a 2d figure
circumference The perimeter of a circular area
Obtuse angle Angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
Complementary angle Two angle added together produce 90 degrees
quadrilateral Having four sides
parallelogram A quadrilateral having parallel sides
rectangle Parallelogram having 4 right angles
reflection The state of bieng reflected across x,y
rate A certain quantity or amount
trapezoid A figure having 2 parallel side and two un parallel sides
cylinder Circle on top and bottom and a circular sides and bases
diameter Straight line across the a circle
sum The number added by two numbers
dividend Number Divided by a divisor
divisor Diveded the dividend
median Middle number
mean Average number
mode Most used number
pyramid Polygonal base and all comes to a point.
Geometry Points, Lines, and Shapes!. Plane plane A flat surface that stretches into infinity.
Partial-differences method A way to subtract in which differences are computed separately for each place (ones, tens, hundreds, and so on). The partial.
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Hosted by Mrs. Bohon Mrs. Taylor Ms. LaLiberty ShapesMisc. Terms Angles.
Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Dingo! 7 th Grade TCAP Math Academic Vocabulary edition.
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All about Shapes Properties of Shapes Number of sides Number of angles Number of lines of symmetry Regular or irregular Right Angles Parallel lines.
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OAA Math Terms. y-axis the vertical number line in a coordinate plane.
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Working with Shapes in Two Dimensions Two-Dimensional Objects.
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Construction Construct triangles with given conditions. 1. Construct a ABC in which BC= 6cm, CA = 5cm, and AB = 4cm 2. Construct a PQR in which PQ = 5.8cm,
Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Dingo! 8 th grade Academic Math Vocabulary Version.
Geometry Point Line Line segment Ray Plane Parallel lines Intersecting lines Angles.
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