Vocabulary Test M1 and M2
  • 1. A comparison between two quantities with division, in which for every a units of one quantity, there are b units of another quantity.
A) Origin
B) Coordinate
C) Ratio
D) Unit Rate
  • 2. A ratio comparing two quantities of different kinds of units.
A) Origin
B) Rate
C) Coordinate
D) Ratio
  • 3. has a denominator of 1 unit when the rate is written as a fraction (How much of something per 1 unit of something else)
A) Percent
B) Unit Rate
C) Origin
D) Coordinate
  • 4. The cost per unit
A) Origin
B) Unit Price
C) Ratio
D) Coordinate
  • 5. A collection of equivalent ratios that are organized in a table. Scaling multiplying or dividing two related quantities by the same number (Making equivalent ratios or fractions)
A) Ratio Table
B) Ratio
C) Percent
D) Coordinate
  • 6. A pair of numbers used to locate a point on the coordinate plane
A) Coordinate
B) Ratio
C) Ordered Pair
D) Percent
  • 7. The point of the intersection of the x-axis and y-axis on a coordinate plane
A) Coordinate
B) Ratio
C) Origin
D) Ordered Pair
  • 8. The first number of an ordered pair.
A) orgin
B) Ratio
C) y-coordinate
D) x-coordinate
  • 9. The second number of an ordered pair.
A) x-coordinate
B) y-coordinate
C) origin
D) Ratio
  • 10. ratios that name the same comparison
A) Ordered Pair
B) Coordinate
C) Ratio
D) equivalent ratios
  • 11. The bar above an number that indicates that the number repeats forever.
A) Bar Notation
B) Fraction Bar
C) Coordinate
D) Ratio
  • 12. A number that represents part of a whole or part of a set
A) Origin
B) Fraction
C) Bar Notation
D) Ordered Pair
  • 13. A ratio that compares a number to 100.
A) Ordered Pair
B) Coordinate
C) Percent
D) Bar Notation
  • 14. Any number that can be written as a fraction
A) Rational number
B) Ordered Pair
C) Percent
D) Bar Notation
  • 15. The number below the bar in a fraction
A) Numerator
B) Denominator
C) Bar Notation
D) Ordered Pair
  • 16. The number above the bar in a fraction
A) Denominator
B) Ordered Pair
C) Coordinate
D) Numerator
  • 17. Percents that are used when estimating the part of a whole. They are the most commonly used percent such as 20%, 25%, 50% etc
A) Benchmark Percent
B) Coordinates
C) Ordered Pairs
D) Ratios
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