Mathematical-Glossary of Terms
 1. Any number being addedA) AddendB) SummaryC) Integer2. An operation joining two or more sets where the sum is the wholeA) LineB) AdditionC) Turn3. The mean or arithmetic average, refers to median or mode.A) AverageB) GridC) Table4. Lengths of rectangular bars to represent numbers and compare dataA) Bar GraphB) Circle GraphC) Line Graph5. A method of displaying information in the form of a graph or tableA) Metric SystemB) Absolute ValueC) Chart6. The number found when subtracting one number from another.A) DifferenceB) LengthC) Algorithm7. A number which is to be divided by another number:A) MillimetersB) DividendC) Axis8. One of the parts, sections, or grouping into which a whole is divided.A) Undefined TermsB) Box-and-whisker PlotC) Division9. 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 circleA) Line GraphB) Circle GraphC) Bar Graph10. The line segment formed by the intersection of two faces of a three-dimensional figureA) FaceB) CylinderC) Edge11. Two or more sets of values that are equalA) EqualityB) FlipC) Event12. 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 FrequencyB) EquationC) Expanded Form13. To find an approximate value or measurement of something without exact calculationA) EstimateB) Scatter PlotC) Vertex14. 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) factorB) Zero-Property MultiplicationC) Zero Property of Addition15. A geometric set of points and /or lines in 2 or 3 dimensionsA) FigureB) Linear EquationC) Scatter Plot16. The number by which the dividend is to be divided: also called a factor quotientA) FaceB) DivisorC) Addend17. A way of representing part of a whole setA) FactorB) fractionC) Justify18. A "picture" showing how certain facts are related to each other or how they compare to one anotherA) AlgorithmB) GraphC) Line of Symmetry19. A pattern of regularly spaced horizontal and vertical lines on a plane that can be used to locate points and graph equations.A) GridB) MeanC) Function20. Starting at zero, any number, positive or negative, that is a whole number distance away from zero on a number line.A) MedianB) IntegerC) Average21. A series of points that extend infinitely in two opposing directions.A) CoefficientB) LineC) Parallelogram22. A graph that uses lines, segments, or curves to show that something is increasing, decreasing, or staying the same over time.A) Line GraphB) ConjectureC) Pentagon23. A number expressed as the sum of an integer and a proper fraction; having a whole part and a fractional part.A) MultipleB) Mixed NumberC) Number Line24. The product of a number and an integer.A) MultipleB) OctagonC) Decomposing Number25. An operation of two numbers that tells how many in all.A) PolygonB) SubtractionC) Multiplication26. The number above the fraction bar in a fraction; tells the number of equal parts of the whole.A) NumeratorB) DenominatorC) Prism27. A whole number that can't be divided by two.A) Odd NumberB) QuadrilateralC) Linear or Linear Relationship28. A mathematical process that combines numbers.A) Open-ended ProblemB) OperationC) Questionnaire29. An arrangement of numbers, pictures, etc., in an organized and predictable way.A) RotationB) ReflectionC) Pattern30. The value of a digit according to its place in a number.A) Place ValueB) RatioC) Sequence31. The chance that a particular event will occur, depending on the possible events.A) Square RootB) ProbabilityC) Operation32. The result of a multiplication problem.A) ProductB) IntegerC) Reciprocal33. A solid 3-D figure whose base is a polygon and whose other faces are triangles.A) PyramidB) TurnC) Rotation34. The result of dividing one number by another number.A) VerticesB) QuotientC) Undefined Terms35. A quadrilateral with four right angles.A) TranslationB) RectangleC) Trapezoid36. An angle whose measure is 90 degrees.A) Skip CountB) AnalyzeC) Right Angle37. A triangle having one right angle.A) AttributeB) PolyhedronC) Right Triangle38. A term used for performing a mathematical operation and getting a certain resultA) CircleB) Pythagorean TheoremC) Rule39. A part of a population or set used in statistics.A) DataB) CubeC) Sample40. To find the answer to an equation or problem.A) Theoretical ProbabilityB) FunctionC) Solve41. A rectangle with congruent sides.A) SquareB) HexagonC) Cluster42. The result of addition.A) SumB) PrecisionC) Sphere43. A three sided figure.A) Variation (Inverse)B) TriangleC) Scale44. Any number used in counting in addition to zero.A) PowerB) Whole NumberC) Cluster45. The expression of numbers and/or symbols in words.A) Congruent FigureB) PiC) Word Forms
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