N I O I P I Q I R I S I T I U I V I W I X I Y I Z

**A**I B I C I D I E I F I G I H I I I J I K I L I MN I O I P I Q I R I S I T I U I V I W I X I Y I Z

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Either of the two quantities or pieces created when something is divided into two equal pieces.

The dimension used to describe the length from lowest point to highest point; how tall something is.

A polygon that has six angles and six sides.

A type of statistical graph that uses bars, where each bar represents a range of values and the data is continuous.

A line with zero slope.

A curved line where the difference of the distances from imaginary points (foci) to each point on the curve is constant.

The side opposite the right angle in a right triangle.

**half**Either of the two quantities or pieces created when something is divided into two equal pieces.

**height**The dimension used to describe the length from lowest point to highest point; how tall something is.

**hexagon**A polygon that has six angles and six sides.

**histogram**A type of statistical graph that uses bars, where each bar represents a range of values and the data is continuous.

**horizontal**A line with zero slope.

**hyperbola**A curved line where the difference of the distances from imaginary points (foci) to each point on the curve is constant.

**hypotenuse**The side opposite the right angle in a right triangle.