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Math ARMT Vocabulary Practice. Part 1 3 rd &amp; 4 th Grade Level Created by: Patty Williams, Teacher, EES, Elmore County School Board. Bar Graph. A graph using bars to show data. Line Graph. A graph used to show how data changes over time. Pictograph.

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### Math ARMT Vocabulary Practice

Part 1

Created by: Patty Williams, Teacher, EES, Elmore County School Board

Bar Graph
• A graph using bars to show data.
Line Graph
• A graph used to show how data changes over time.
Pictograph
• A graph using picture or symbols to show data.

Number of bedrooms

Tally

Frequency

One bedroomTwo bedroomsThree bedroomsFour bedroomsFive bedrooms

111111111 1111

23621

Tally Chart
• A chart on which data is recorded.
Tally Marks
• A mark used to record data on a tally chart.
Area
• The number of square units needed to cover a region.
Array
• A way of displaying objects in rows and columns.
Angle
• A figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.
Line of Symmetry
• A line on which a figure can be folded so that both parts match exactly.
Intersecting Lines
• Lines that cross at one point.
Line
• A straight path of points that is endless in both directions.
Line Segment
• A part of a line that has two endpoints.
Parallel Lines
• Lines that never intersect.
Diagonal
• A line segment other than a side that connects two corners of a polygon.
Edge
• A line segment where two faces of a solid figure meet.
Centimeter
• A metric unit of length.
• Smaller than an inch.

( c m )

Kilogram
• A metric unit used to tell how heavy an object is.
• 1 kilogram equals 1,000 grams.

( k g )

Kilometer
• A metric unit of length.
• 1 kilometer equals 1,000 meters.

( k m )

Even Numbers
• A whole number that has 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 in the ones place.
• A number that is a multiple of 2.

0 2 4

6 8

Odd Numbers
• A whole number that has 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9 I the ones place.
• A number not divisible by 2.
• 3
• 5 7 9
Expanded Form
• A number written as the sum of the values of its digits.

1,000 + 500 + 40 + 6

1,546

Place Value
• The value given to the place a digit has in a number.

9,672

600

Isosceles Triangle
• A triangle with at least two sides the same length.
Hexagon
• A polygon with 6 sides.
Octagon
• A polygon with 8 sides.
Congruent Figures
• Figures that have the same shape and size.
Flip
• (reflection)
• The change in the position of a figure that is the result of picking it up and turning it over.
Slide
• (translation)
• The change in the position of a figure that moves it up, down, or sideways.
Turn
• (Rotation)
• The change in the position of a figure that moves it around a point.
Factors
• Numbers that are multiplied together to give a product.

2 X 7 = 14

Hundredth
• One of 100 equal parts of a whole.

1 out of 100

Tenth
• One out of 10 equal parts of a whole.

1 out of 10

Digits
• The symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,and 9 used to write numbers.
• 0 1 2
• 4 5
• 7 8 9