Mathematical-Glossary of Terms

- 1. Any number being added
A) Addend B) Summary C) Integer - 2. An operation joining two or more sets where the sum is the whole
A) Line B) Addition C) Turn - 3. The mean or arithmetic average, refers to median or mode.
A) Average B) Grid C) Table - 4. Lengths of rectangular bars to represent numbers and compare data
A) Bar Graph B) Circle Graph C) Line Graph - 5. A method of displaying information in the form of a graph or table
A) Metric System B) Absolute Value C) Chart - 6. The number found when subtracting one number from another.
A) Difference B) Length C) Algorithm - 7. A number which is to be divided by another number:
A) Millimeters B) Dividend C) Axis - 8. One of the parts, sections, or grouping into which a whole is divided.
A) Undefined Terms B) Box-and-whisker Plot C) Division - 9. Sometimes called a pie chart; a way of representing data that shows the fractional part or percentage of an overall set of an appropriately-sized wedge of a circle
A) Line Graph B) Circle Graph C) Bar Graph - 10. The line segment formed by the intersection of two faces of a three-dimensional figure
A) Face B) Cylinder C) Edge - 11. Two or more sets of values that are equal
A) Equality B) Flip C) Event - 12. A number sentence or algebraic sentence which shows equality between two sets of value. An equation can be recognized by the presence of an (=)
A) Empirical Frequency B) Equation C) Expanded Form - 13. To find an approximate value or measurement of something without exact calculation
A) Estimate B) Scatter Plot C) Vertex - 14. One of two or more numbers that are multiplied together to obtain a product, or an integer that you can divide evenly into another number.
A) factor B) Zero-Property Multiplication C) Zero Property of Addition - 15. A geometric set of points and /or lines in 2 or 3 dimensions
A) Figure B) Linear Equation C) Scatter Plot - 16. The number by which the dividend is to be divided: also called a factor quotient
A) Face B) Divisor C) Addend - 17. A way of representing part of a whole set
A) Factor B) fraction C) Justify - 18. A "picture" showing how certain facts are related to each other or how they compare to one another
A) Algorithm B) Graph C) Line of Symmetry - 19. A pattern of regularly spaced horizontal and vertical lines on a plane that can be used to locate points and graph equations.
A) Grid B) Mean C) Function - 20. Starting at zero, any number, positive or negative, that is a whole number distance away from zero on a number line.
A) Median B) Integer C) Average - 21. A series of points that extend infinitely in two opposing directions.
A) Coefficient B) Line C) Parallelogram - 22. A graph that uses lines, segments, or curves to show that something is increasing, decreasing, or staying the same over time.
A) Line Graph B) Conjecture C) Pentagon - 23. A number expressed as the sum of an integer and a proper fraction; having a whole part and a fractional part.
A) Multiple B) Mixed Number C) Number Line - 24. The product of a number and an integer.
A) Multiple B) Octagon C) Decomposing Number - 25. An operation of two numbers that tells how many in all.
A) Polygon B) Subtraction C) Multiplication - 26. The number above the fraction bar in a fraction; tells the number of equal parts of the whole.
A) Numerator B) Denominator C) Prism - 27. A whole number that can't be divided by two.
A) Odd Number B) Quadrilateral C) Linear or Linear Relationship - 28. A mathematical process that combines numbers.
A) Open-ended Problem B) Operation C) Questionnaire - 29. An arrangement of numbers, pictures, etc., in an organized and predictable way.
A) Rotation B) Reflection C) Pattern - 30. The value of a digit according to its place in a number.
A) Place Value B) Ratio C) Sequence - 31. The chance that a particular event will occur, depending on the possible events.
A) Square Root B) Probability C) Operation - 32. The result of a multiplication problem.
A) Product B) Integer C) Reciprocal - 33. A solid 3-D figure whose base is a polygon and whose other faces are triangles.
A) Pyramid B) Turn C) Rotation - 34. The result of dividing one number by another number.
A) Vertices B) Quotient C) Undefined Terms - 35. A quadrilateral with four right angles.
A) Translation B) Rectangle C) Trapezoid - 36. An angle whose measure is 90 degrees.
A) Skip Count B) Analyze C) Right Angle - 37. A triangle having one right angle.
A) Attribute B) Polyhedron C) Right Triangle - 38. A term used for performing a mathematical operation and getting a certain result
A) Circle B) Pythagorean Theorem C) Rule - 39. A part of a population or set used in statistics.
A) Data B) Cube C) Sample - 40. To find the answer to an equation or problem.
A) Theoretical Probability B) Function C) Solve - 41. A rectangle with congruent sides.
A) Square B) Hexagon C) Cluster - 42. The result of addition.
A) Sum B) Precision C) Sphere - 43. A three sided figure.
A) Variation (Inverse) B) Triangle C) Scale - 44. Any number used in counting in addition to zero.
A) Power B) Whole Number C) Cluster - 45. The expression of numbers and/or symbols in words.
A) Congruent Figure B) Pi C) Word Forms |

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