front 1 Area | back 1 Total number of squares needed to cover a two-dimensional surface. Formula: Length x Width |
front 2 Base | back 2 The bottom layer of a prism. Can be found by multiplying: Length x Width |
front 3 Dimension | back 3 Length, Width, or Height of a figure |
front 4 Dividend | back 4 The number being divided in a division problem. |
front 5 Divisor | back 5 The number we divide a dividend by in a division problem. |
front 6 Multiple | back 6 A product of two or more factors Ex. 2x3 = 6 |
front 7 Factor | back 7 A number that divides another number equally. Also when two or more are multiplied together they make a product. 2 x 3 = 6 |
front 8 Parenthesis | back 8 Two curved lines used to group math symbols. Shows which math to complete first in an expression. (4x3) + 2 |
front 9 Quotient | back 9 The answer to a division problem |
front 10 Volume | back 10 The total number of cubes needed to fill a three dimensional shape. Formula for a rectangular prism = Length x Width x Height |
front 11 Rectangular Prism | back 11 A three dimensional shape who has 6 faces that are all rectangles. |
front 12 Remainder | back 12 The number left over after dividing one whole number by another whole number |
front 13 Commutative Property of Multiplication | back 13 A property showing no matter what order you multiply numbers, the product remains unchanged. Ex: 4 x 3 = 3 x 4 |
front 14 Associative Property | back 14 Property showing no matter how you group numbers being multiplied, the product remains unchanged Ex: (4x3) x 2 = 4 x (3x2) |