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Key Mathematics Vocabulary and Word Problem Attack Skills

Key Mathematics Vocabulary and Word Problem Attack Skills

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1. Key Mathematics Vocabulary and Word Problem Attack Skills 5th – 8th Grade Key Mathematics Vocabulary Single and Multiple Step Word Problem Attack Skills

2. Key Addition Vocabulary Increased by Together More than Combined Added to Total of Sum

3. Key Subtraction Vocabulary Decreased by How many more Less than Difference of Between Fewer Minus

4. Key Multiplication Vocabulary Decreased by a factor of Increased by a factor of Twice or Tripled 2 of 3 % Product of times Multiplied by of

5. Key Division Vocabulary Equal Parts Quotient of Combined Divided Ratio of Percent Out of Per

6. Key Exponent Vocabulary Squared 4th Power Cubed Power of

7. Key Equal Vocabulary Will be Were Yields Represents Sold for Are Was Gives Is

8. A Line of Symmetry is a line that divides a figure into two congruent parts.

9. What is a ratio? Another word for number sentence. A way to compare data, using horizontal or vertical bars. The change in location of a figure over a line that results in a mirror image, flip. A line with one endpoint. The relationship between two quantities, expressed as the quotient of one divided by the other

10. How can you identify the a Base? It is where two sides of solid figure connect. It is the starting point on a number line. It is where you are safe in a game of tag. It is the bottom number in a fraction. It is the bottom face of a solid figure.

11. What is an Equivalent Fraction? It is used to describe the relationship of one portion of a group to a whole that has been divided into equal parts. Fractions that have the same value, even if they are expressed with different numbers. It is the term used to represent parts of a whole. Multiple ways of expressing the same dollar value or amount. They are fractions that have the same value, even if they are expressed with different numbers.

12. How can you find the Mean of a group of numbers? Find the difference between the greatest and least numbers within a series of numbers. Find the number that makes you the most upset in a series of numbers? Put the numbers in a series in descending order before finding the middle number. Find the number that occurs most frequently within a series of numbers. Find the sum of a series of numbers before dividing the sum by the number of items in the set.

13. How can you find the Medianof a group of numbers? Find the difference between the greatest and least numbers within a series of numbers. Find the sum of a series of numbers before dividing the sum by the number of items in the set. Find the number that makes you the most upset in a series of numbers? Find the number that occurs most frequently within a series of numbers. Put the numbers in a series in descending order before finding the middle number.

14. How can you find the Mode of a group of numbers? Find the difference between the greatest and least numbers within a series of numbers. Find the number that makes you the most upset in a series of numbers? Put the numbers in a series in descending order before finding the middle number. Find the sum of a series of numbers before dividing the sum by the number of items in the set. Find the number that occurs most frequently within a series of numbers.

15. How can you find the Range of a group of numbers? Find the number that occurs most frequently within a series of numbers. Find the number that makes you the most upset in a series of numbers? Put the numbers in a series in descending order before finding the middle number. Find the sum of a series of numbers before dividing the sum by the number of items in the set. Find the difference between the greatest and least numbers within a series of numbers.

16. What is a Central Angle? An angle that measures exactly than 180̊ An angle that measures less than 90̊ An angle that measures more than 90̊ An angle that measures exactly than 90̊ An angle formed at the center of a circle.

17. What is a Straight Angle? An angle formed at the center of a circle. An angle that measures less than 90̊ An angle that measures more than 90̊ An angle that measures exactly than 90̊ An angle that measures exactly than 180̊

18. What is an Acute Angle? An angle formed at the center of a circle. An angle that measures exactly than 180̊ An angle that measures more than 90̊ An angle that measures exactly than 90̊ An angle that measures less than 90̊

19. What is an Obtuse Angle? An angle formed at the center of a circle. An angle that measures exactly than 180̊ An angle that measures less than 90̊ An angle that measures exactly than 90̊ An angle that measures more than 90̊

20. What is an Right Angle? An angle formed at the center of a circle. An angle that measures exactly than 180̊ An angle that measures exactly than 90̊ An angle that measures more than than 90̊ An angle that measures less than 90̊

21. What is a Factor? The product of two whole numbers. The term used to represent parts of a whole. The greatest value in a set that contains the factors of two or more numbers. The smallest (least) value in a set that contains the multiples of two or more numbers. A number that divides evenly into another number.

22. What is a Fractional Part? The product of two whole numbers. A number that divides evenly into another number. The greatest value in a set that contains the factors of two or more numbers. The smallest (least) value in a set that contains the multiples of two or more numbers. The term used to represent parts of a whole.

23. What is a Multiple? A number that divides evenly into another number. The term used to represent parts of a whole. The greatest value in a set that contains the factors of two or more numbers. The smallest (least) value in a set that contains the multiples of two or more numbers. The product of two whole numbers.

24. What is the Least Common Multiple (LCM)? A number that divides evenly into another number. The term used to represent parts of a whole. The greatest value in a set that contains the factors of two or more numbers. The product of two whole numbers. The smallest (least) value in a set that contains the multiples of two or more numbers.

25. What is the Greatest Common Factor (GCF)? A number that divides evenly into another number. The term used to represent parts of a whole. The smallest (least) value in a set that contains the multiples of two or more numbers. The product of two whole numbers. The greatest value in a set that contains the factors of two or more numbers.

26. What is the Circumference of a circle? A straight line from the center of the circle to any point on the circle. The size of the enclosed surface within the circle. A straight line from one side of the circle to the other, that goes directly through its center A line segment that joins two points on a curve or circle. The distance around the outside of the circle.

27. Match the roman Numerals to their corresponding Numbers. 5 1 10 100 1000 M X V I C

28. What is a Chord? A straight line from the center of the circle to any point on the circle. The size of the enclosed surface within the circle. A straight line from one side of the circle to the other, that goes directly through its center The distance around the outside of a circle. A line segment that joins two points on a curve or circle.

29. What is the Area of a circle? A straight line from the center of the circle to any point on the circle. The distance around the outside of a circle. A straight line from one side of the circle to the other, that goes directly through its center A line segment that joins two points on a curve or circle. The size of the enclosed surface within the circle.

30. What is the Radius of a circle? The size of the enclosed surface within the circle. The distance around the outside of a circle. A straight line from one side of the circle to the other, that goes directly through its center A line segment that joins two points on a curve or circle. A straight line from the center of the circle to any point on the circle.

31. What is the Diameter of a circle? The size of the enclosed surface within the circle. The distance around the outside of a circle. A straight line from the center of the circle to any point on the circle. A line segment that joins two points on a curve or circle. A straight line from one side of the circle to the other, that goes directly through its center

32. What is a Divisor? any number being added. a number to be multiplied by another number. The number which is decreased in a subtraction problem. A number by which another number is decreased by. The quantity by which another quantity, the dividend, is divided.

33. What is a Multiplicand? any number being added. The quantity by which another quantity, the dividend, is divided. The number which is decreased in a subtraction problem. A number by which another number is decreased by. a number to be multiplied by another number.

34. What is an Addend? A number to be multiplied by another number. The quantity by which another quantity, the dividend, is divided. The number which is decreased in a subtraction problem. A number by which another number is decreased by. Any number being added.

35. What is a Subtrahend? A number to be multiplied by another number. The quantity by which another quantity, the dividend, is divided. The number which is decreased in a subtraction problem. Any number being added. A number by which another number is decreased by.

36. What is a Minuend? A number to be multiplied by another number. The quantity by which another quantity, the dividend, is divided. A number by which another number is decreased by. Any number being added. The number which is decreased in a subtraction problem.

37. Which of the following is the correct order of operations? Parenthesis, Addition, Exponents & Subtraction, Multiplication & Division Parenthesis, Exponents, Addition & Subtraction, Multiplication & Division Parenthesis, Multiplication & Division, Exponents, Addition & Subtraction Exponents, Parenthesis, Multiplication & Division, Addition & Subtraction Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication & Division, Addition & Subtraction

38. What is a Pi (π)? The Circumference of a circle divided by its Diameter. (3.6141) The Circumference of a circle divided by its Area. (3.1416) The Circumference of a circle divided by its Radius. (3.4116) The Circumference of a circle divided by its Radius. (3.1416) The Circumference of a circle divided by its Diameter. (3.1416)

39. Match the following figures to their number of sides? Triangle Quadrilateral Hexagon Pentagon Polygon Figure with 3 or more sides 6 sided figure 3 sided figure 4 sided figure 5 sided figure

40. The length of an object is the measure from top to bottom.

41. A reflection is when you turn a figure around a point.

42. A rhombus is always a parallelogram, but a parallelogram is not always a rhombus.

43. A polygon always has 3, 4, or 5 sides.

44. A polygon always has 3 or more sides.

45. All shapes with more than three sides are polygons.

46. Which are in order from least to greatest? Millimeter, Decimeter, Centimeter, Meter, Kilometer Centimeter, Millimeter, Decimeter, Meter, Kilometer Millimeter, Centimeter, Meter, Decimeter, Kilometer Kilometer, Centimeter, Decimeter, Meter, Millimeter Millimeter, Centimeter,Decimeter, Meter, Kilometer

47. Below you can see a bar graph.

48. Below you can see a line graph.