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To compute or simplify.

A machine used for computation.

The amount a container holds.

A whole number, used to answer the question "

A system in which points on a plane are identified by an ordered pair of numbers, representing the distances to two or three perpendicular axes.

A temperature scale in which water freezes at 0

In the metric system, a prefix meaning hundredth.

An angle that has its vertex at the center of a circle.

The point around which an object is rotated.

A line segment that connects two points on a curve.

The set of points in a plane that are a fixed distance from a given point, called the center.

A pictorial way of displaying how an entire thing, represented by the circle's interior, is distributed.

The distance around a circle.

A constant that multiplies a variable.

A selection in which order has no importance.

To join, or bring together.

A denominator shared by two or more fractions.

A factor of two or more numbers.

A multiple of two or more numbers.

The order of numbers in a calculation does not affect the result.

An instrument used for drawing circles, describing circles, or measuring distances. Consists of two hinged, movable legs.

Numbers that are easy to manipulate mentally. Example: 25⋅4,8+2

The difference between a right angle and the angle.

Two angles whose sum is 90

A set whose elements do not belong to a given set.

A natural number that is not prime.

A bar graph that compares two or more quantities simultaneously.

The outcome of a probability experiment that involves more than one object. Example: when you roll two dice and the result is a 5 on one and a 2 on the other, this is a compound event.

Two or more inequalities that may have a common solution.

A polygon with at least one interior angle with measure greater than 180

With reference to circles, having the same center.

A three-dimensional figure with a circular base and one vertex.

Angles or figures that have the same size and shape.

The section formed by the intersection of a plane and a cone.

An educated guess.

Following, in succession, without interruption.

A fixed value that does not change.

A polygon with each interior angle measuring less than 180

A number in an ordered pair that names the location of a point on the coordinate plane. The first number in the ordered pair is called the abscissa and the second number is the ordinate.

The plane determined by a horizontal number line, called the x-axis, and a vertical number line, called the y-axis, intersecting at a point called the origin. Each point in the coordinate plane can be specified by an ordered pair of numbers.

Points that lie within the same plane.

A type of relationship between two variables. Two variables may be related as a positive correlation, a negative correlation, or illustrate no correlation.

Angles that have the same relative positions.

The natural numbers, or the numbers used to count.

If a first event has

A critical point of a function of a real variable is any value in the domain where either the function is not differentiable or its derivative is 0.

In a proportion, to rewrite the equation so that the product of the means equals the product of the extremes.

A product found by multiplying the numerator of one fraction by the denominator of another fraction and the denominator of the first fraction by the numerator of the second.

A solid figure with six square faces.

A number that when cubed (taken to the power of 3) gives the original number.

Having the shape of a cube. When referring to volume, describing in terms of the volume of a cube with the indicated length edge.

The graphic representation of an algebraic equation; a connected set of points.

A three-dimensional figure having two parallel bases that are congruent circles.

**calculate**To compute or simplify.

**calculator**A machine used for computation.

**capacity**The amount a container holds.

**cardinal number**A whole number, used to answer the question "

*how many*?"**Cartesian coordinates**A system in which points on a plane are identified by an ordered pair of numbers, representing the distances to two or three perpendicular axes.

**Celsius**A temperature scale in which water freezes at 0

*o*and boils at 100*o*.**centi-**In the metric system, a prefix meaning hundredth.

**central angle**An angle that has its vertex at the center of a circle.

**center of rotation**The point around which an object is rotated.

**chord**A line segment that connects two points on a curve.

**circle**The set of points in a plane that are a fixed distance from a given point, called the center.

**circle graph**A pictorial way of displaying how an entire thing, represented by the circle's interior, is distributed.

**circumference**The distance around a circle.

**coefficient**A constant that multiplies a variable.

**combination**A selection in which order has no importance.

**combine**To join, or bring together.

**common denominator**A denominator shared by two or more fractions.

**common factor**A factor of two or more numbers.

**common multiple**A multiple of two or more numbers.

**commutative property**The order of numbers in a calculation does not affect the result.

**commutative property of addition***a*+*b*=*b*+*a***commutative property of multiplication***a*⋅*b*=*b*⋅*a***compass**An instrument used for drawing circles, describing circles, or measuring distances. Consists of two hinged, movable legs.

**compatible numbers**Numbers that are easy to manipulate mentally. Example: 25⋅4,8+2

**complement**The difference between a right angle and the angle.

**complementary angles**Two angles whose sum is 90

*degrees*.**complement set**A set whose elements do not belong to a given set.

**composite**A natural number that is not prime.

**compound bar graph**A bar graph that compares two or more quantities simultaneously.

**compound event**The outcome of a probability experiment that involves more than one object. Example: when you roll two dice and the result is a 5 on one and a 2 on the other, this is a compound event.

**compound inequality**Two or more inequalities that may have a common solution.

**concave polygon**A polygon with at least one interior angle with measure greater than 180

*degrees*.**concentric**With reference to circles, having the same center.

**cone**A three-dimensional figure with a circular base and one vertex.

**congruent**Angles or figures that have the same size and shape.

**conic section**The section formed by the intersection of a plane and a cone.

**conjecture**An educated guess.

**consecutive**Following, in succession, without interruption.

**constant**A fixed value that does not change.

**convex polygon**A polygon with each interior angle measuring less than 180

*o*.**coordinate**A number in an ordered pair that names the location of a point on the coordinate plane. The first number in the ordered pair is called the abscissa and the second number is the ordinate.

**coordinate plane**The plane determined by a horizontal number line, called the x-axis, and a vertical number line, called the y-axis, intersecting at a point called the origin. Each point in the coordinate plane can be specified by an ordered pair of numbers.

**coplanar**Points that lie within the same plane.

**correlation**A type of relationship between two variables. Two variables may be related as a positive correlation, a negative correlation, or illustrate no correlation.

**corresponding angles**Angles that have the same relative positions.

**counting numbers**The natural numbers, or the numbers used to count.

**counting principle**If a first event has

*n*outcomes and a second event has*m*outcomes, then the first event followed by the second event has*n*times*m*outcomes.**critical points**A critical point of a function of a real variable is any value in the domain where either the function is not differentiable or its derivative is 0.

**cross multiply**In a proportion, to rewrite the equation so that the product of the means equals the product of the extremes.

**cross product**A product found by multiplying the numerator of one fraction by the denominator of another fraction and the denominator of the first fraction by the numerator of the second.

**cube**A solid figure with six square faces.

**cube root**A number that when cubed (taken to the power of 3) gives the original number.

**cubic**Having the shape of a cube. When referring to volume, describing in terms of the volume of a cube with the indicated length edge.

**curve**The graphic representation of an algebraic equation; a connected set of points.

**cylinder**A three-dimensional figure having two parallel bases that are congruent circles.