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A fraction that shows an amount GREATER than one whole. The numerator is GREATER than the denominator. For example ⁷⁄₄ .
A number that has a WHOLE part AND a FRACTION part. For example 1 ⁴⁄₅ .
A comparison of 2 or more quantities measured with the same unit. For example the number of girls to boys in the class is 6:9.
The part of a fraction that tells how many equal parts to count. The TOP number in a fraction. For example in ⅔, the numerator is 2.
The part of a fraction that tells how many equal parts are in one whole. The denominator is the BOTTOM number in a fraction. For example ⅔, the denominator is 3. There are 3 parts in one whole.
An angle that measures less than 90°.
An angle that measures more than 90° but less than 180°.
An angle that measures more than 180° and less than 360°.
Forms when 2 lines meet creating a vertex.
An angle that measures exactly 90° and usually indicated by a small square in the angle.
An angle that measures exactly 180°. It is a straight line.
A letter that is used to represent a # in an equation or an expression.
3b=12(eq) 4x – 2(ex)
In Algebra, a number on its own - a fixed number.
2t + 5
(5 is constantly a pain in the butt and is in a time out and can't play with anyone else)
A number used to multiply a variable.
4 is the term we are describing because it's madly in love with the variable. He's always attached to the variable...ALWAYS!
The line on a graph that runs horizontally (left-right) through zero.
A mathematical process.
The line on a graph that runs vertically (up-down) through zero.
Two numbers written in a certain order in parentheses like
this: (4,5) or (x,y).
is 12 units to the right, and 5 units up.
Having the same value.
$1 = 100¢
5n = 20
A number that is a multiple of 2 or more numbers.
6 is a common multiple of 2 and 3
A number can be divided evenly only by 1 or itself
A whole number that can be divided evenly by numbers other than 1 or itself. 9=1x9, 3x3
A number that is a factor of the given numbers: 3 is a common factor of 15, 9 and 21.
ORDER OF OPERATIONS
The rules of which calculation comes first in an expression. BEDMAS
A number that is either positive (+) or negative ( - ).
-23, -1, 5, 10, 97. The larger the NEGATIVE number the smaller it is. The larger the POSITIVE number, the bigger the number is.
Zero is neither negative nor positive.)
Less than zero and written with a minus sign in front of it: -5 is negative five and it is found to the LEFT of ZERO on the number line.
A pair of number with a positive and negative sign whose sum is zero. (+,-) For example: +2 and -2 .
For each + integer, there is a - integer, and these integers are called opposites. For example, -3 is the opposite of 3.
Writing a number to show the value of each digit.
23 456 = 20000 + 3000 + 400 + 50 +6
A general term meaning "written down in the way most commonly accepted" usually in numbers. For example: 56 347.
A measure for angles. There are 360 degrees in a full rotation (a circle). The symbol for degrees is °. Example: 90 degrees (90°) is a right angle.
The sum of the interior angles of every triangle is equal to 180°.
The sum of the interior angles of a quadrilateral is equal to 360°.
A triangle with two = sides, two = angles, and one = line of symmetry. The angles opposite the equal sides are also equal.
A triangle with all s ides and all angles of different lengths and degrees. There is no line of symmetry either.
A triangle that has a right angle (90°).
A triangle that has ONE angle greater than 90°.
The distance around a two-dimensional shape.
A polygon that does not have all sides equal and all angles equal. Even if ONE side is different, it is one of these.
A shape where ALL angles and ALL sides are equal.
Moving a shape, without rotating or flipping it.
"Sliding". The shape still looks exactly the same, the shape is just in a different place.
A circular movement.
An image or shape as it would be seen in a mirror.
Data that can take any value (within a range)
Data that can only take certain values.
Probability is the chance that something will happen - how likely it is that some event will happen.
The likelihood that an outcome will happen.
In grade 6 terms, this is what is SUPPOSED to happen.
The likelihood that something occurs based on the RESULTS of the experiment. In grade 6 terms, this is EXACTLY what happens when you actually DO the experiment.