Question | Answer |
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Circumference | is the distance around the circle. |

Chord | is a line segment connecting any two points on the circle. |

Arc | curve lines on a circle. |

Central Angle | is an angle whose vertex is the center of the circle. |

Diameter | is a chord of circle that passes through the center of the cricle. |

Radius | is a line segment that has on endpoint at the center of a circle and the other endpoint on the circle. |

Average | the sum of two or more quantities divided by the nunber of quantities. |

Trapezoid | a quadrilateral plane figure with two parallel sides and two non-parallel sides. |

Area | measures the size of a surface. |

Perimeter | the distance around a close shape. |

Ratio | is just a comparison between two different things. |

Variable | a letter used to represent an unknown value. |

Fraction | part of a whole. |

Numerator | the part of the whole shaded. |

Denominator | the total amount of parts. |

Decimal | a number pertaining to tenths or to the hundreths and beyond. |

Equation | a number sentence with an equal sign. |

Percent | is a ratio that compares a number with one hundred. |

Proportion | is a equation showing two equal ratios. |

Commutative Property | the order does not change the sum or product. |

Rate | is a ratio between two quantities for different units. |

Absolute Value | is its distance away from the #0 on a number line. |

Volume | is the space that a figure occupies. |

Associative Property | the grouping will not change the sum or product. |

Intergers | a whole positive or negative number. |

Computer | a machine that stores and processes information. |

Analytical Engine | a computer that punched codes onto a card. It was invented by Charles Babbage. |

Conditional Statement | a program that allows a computer to select from a group of actions to perform. |

Z3 | the first programable computer that wasn't tied to a specific function. |

Mark 1 | a giant caculator the size of a room that could perform any number of equations. |

E.N.I.A.C | electronic numeral intergrator and caculator. |

Integrated Circuits | miniature electronic devices that store and hold transistors. |

Transistors | the switches that control the flow of electricity in a computer. |

Microprocessor | a silicon chip that holds thousands of transistors. |

Apple 2 | the first popular home computer. |

Input | the data that is entered into the computer. |

Output | the computer generated information that is displayed to the user in some discernible from such as a screen display, printed page, or sound. |

Storage | any device in which information or data is stored. |

Processing | the manipulation of data by a miccroprocessor or embedded processor according to instructions given to it by a program or embedded in the chip itself. |

Electronic | adjective for describing a device or result that is dependent on the action of electrons to work. |

Software | the processor and data that make computer programs work. |

Hardware | the physical parts of your computer that you can touch or feel such as the keyboard, monitor, and computer case. |

Microprocessor | the main processing unit of a computer or into processing device the brains of the machine carrying out instructions performing calculations and interacting with the components used to operate the computer. |

RAM | memory to store data and programs currently being processed. Auto erased when power off. Ram must be saved on desk or tape for future use. |

ROM | stored permanet systems instructions which are never changed. It hold contents even when the power is turned off. Data is placed in ROM only once and stays there permanently ROM is generally installed by the manufacturer as part of the system. |

# Flash Cards

# To help you study your * or times

Question | Answer |
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What is 12 times 12 | 144 |

what is 120 times 12 | 1,400 |

what is 11 times 11 | 121 |

what is 110 times 11 | 1,210 |

what is 10 times 10 | 1,000 |

what is 100 times 10 | 1,000 |

what is 100 times 100 | 10,000 |

what is 40 times 40 | 1,600 |

# Batesville Middle School Vocabulary Practice

Question | Answer |
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Variable | a symbol, usually a letter, that represents one or more numbers |

Algebraic Expression | a mathematical phrase that can include numbers, variables, and operational symbols. (sometimes called variable expressions). |

Equation | a mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign |

Open Sentence | an equation that contains one or more variables |

Simplify | to replace an expression with its simplest name or form |

Exponent | a number that shows repeated multiplication |

Base | a number that is multiplied repeatedly |

Evaluate | to substitute a given number for each variable, and then simplify |

Natural Numbers | the counting numbers (1, 2, 3, . . .) |

# Formulas for Quarter 3 MSM2

Question | Answer |
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What is the Pythagorean Theorem? | a squared plus b squared equals c squared |

What is the formula for area of a parallelogram? | Base times height |

What is the formula for area of a triangle? | Base times height divided by 2 |

What is the formula for area of a trapezoid? | Height times (base 1 + base 2) divided by 2 |

What is the formula for surface area? | 2lw + 2lh + 2wh |

What is the formula for volume of a rectangular prism? | length times width times height |

What kind of units should you use for area? | Squared units |

What kind of units should you use for volume? | Cubed units |

What kind of units should you use for side lengths and for perimeter? | Regular units |

What is the formula for the volume of a triangular prism? | Base times altitude times height divided by two |

What is the formula for the volume of ANY prism | Area of the base times the height |

# Formulas for Quarter 3

Question | Answer |
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What is the formula for circumference? | 3.14 times diameter |

What is the formula for area of a triangle? | Base times height divided by 2 |

What is the formula for area of a rectangle or square? | Length times width |

What is the formula for volume of a rectangular prism? | length times width times height |

What kind of units should you use for area? | Squared units (2) |

What kind of units should you use for volume? | Cubed units (3) |

What kind of units should you use for perimeter? | Regular units |

How do you determine perimeter | Add all sides |

# 8 math problems

Question | Answer |
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what is 100 times 100? | 10,000 |

what is 40 divided by 8? | 5 |

what is 1,000 minus 734? | 365 |

what is 586 plus 76? | 662 |

5y plus 4 equals 24 what does y equal? | 4 |

whyat is 30 times 30? | 900 |

what is 28462 times 47566? | 13.538234 |

what is 5849 minus 465? | 5384 |

# having trouble with adding come here i will help

Question | Answer |
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5+7= | 12 |

6+9= | 15 |

4,593,631+1,000,000= | 5,593,631 |

183+72= | 255 |

6,009+991= | 7,000 |

87+54 | 191 |

999+1= | 1,000 |

857+234= | 1,091 |

454+545= | 999 |

# asdfghjkl;

Question | Answer |
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triangular pyramid | v=bh H 6 |

rectangular pyramid | v= lwh 3 |

sphere | v=4piR3 3 |

cone | v=pir2h 3 |

cylinder | v=pir2h |

rectangular prism | v=lwh |

triangular prism | v=bh h 2 |

# geometery terms

Question | Answer |
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Point | A location in space – a dot on a piece of paper |

Line | Connects two points and continues forever in both directions |

Line Segment | Two endpoints connected by a set of points making a segment. |

Perpendicular Lines | Line Segments that intersect (cross) at an angle of 90° |

Parallel Lines | Line segements that never intersect.stay the same distance apart |

Right Angle | An angle that measures 90° |

Acute Angle | An angle that measures less than 90° |

Obtuse Angle | An angle that measures more than 90° |

Vertex | Point at which two line segments intersect (forming an angle) |

Scalene Triangle | A triangle with all three sides with different lengths |

Isosceles Triangle | A triangle with two equal length sides |

Equilateral Triangle | A traingle with all three sides of equal length |

Radius | Distance from center of a circle to the edge |

Diameter | A line segment through a circle passing through the circle's center |

Chord | A line segment joining two points on a curve. |

Arc | Part of a curve- outside of the circle |

Ray | Starts at an endpoint and continues in one direction forever |

quadrilateral | 4 sided polygon |

pentagon | 5 sided polygon |

hexagon | 6 sided polygon |

heptagon | 7 sided polygon |

octagon | 8 sided polygon |

nonogon | 9 sided polygon |

decagon | 10 sided polygon |

degrees in a triangle | 180 |

degrees in a quadrilateral | 360 |

degrees in a pentagon | 540 |

degrees in a hexagon | 720 |

degrees in a heptagon | 900 |

degrees in a octagon | 1080 |

two angles in a triangle are 39 and 29, what is the measure of the third angle? | 112 |

# Three dimensional figures

Question | Answer |
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Is a three-dimensional object or solid figure or solid figure with faces | Polyhegron |

Flat surfaces on a figure | Face |

Two faces of a three-deminsional figure that share a side | Edge |

A point which a three-deminsional figure's edges meet to make a point | Vertex |

Is a polyhedron with two or congruent parallel bases | Prism |

Ar ethe bottom and top of a prism, for a pyramid the bottom | Base |

Has one polygon shaped base and the other faces are triangles that come to a point(is named after its base) | Pyramid |

Also has two congruent parallel bases, but bases of the solid is circular | Cylinder |

Has circular base and a curved surface that comes to a point | Cone |