Question | Answer |
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Acute Angle | An angle that measures less than 90 degrees. |

Obtuse Angle | An angle that measures more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. |

Right Angle | An angle that measures exactly 90 degrees. |

Straight Angle | An angle that measures exactly 180 degrees. A straight line. |

Complementary angles | Two angles that together equal 90 degrees (right angle). They also share a vertez and a ray. |

Supplementary angles | Two angles that share a vertex and a ray; together they form a straight angle (180 degrees). |

Point | An exact location in space, usually represented by a dot. |

Line | A straight path in space, extending in both directions with no endpoint. |

Ray | A part of a line, it hegins at an endpoint and extends forever in one direction. |

Intersecting lines | Lines that cross each other at exactly one point. |

Parallel lines | Lines in a plane that will never intersect. |

Perpendicular lines | Two lines that intersect to form right angles. |

Vertex | The point where two rays join to form an angle. |

# Flash Cards

# 4RD GRADE MATH

Question | Answer |
---|---|

round 1,600 to the nearest thousand | 2,000 |

round 5,689 to the nearest thousand | 6,000 |

round38,238 to the nearest thousand | 38,000 |

round 3,566 to nearest ten | 3,570 |

round 68 to the nearest ten | 70 |

round 17 to the nearest ten | 20 |

round 1,233 to the nearest hundred | 1,200 |

round 35,787 to the nearest hundred | 35,800 |

round 218 to the nearest hundred | 200 |

# Unit 5 Vocabulary

Question | Answer |
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Rhombus | Bisects 2 angles of __________; perpendicular |

Rectangle | Congruent |

Isosceles Trapazoid | Congruent |

# Unit 5 Vocab

Question | Answer |
---|---|

Rectangle | 4 right angles, 2 pairs of parallel sides |

Rhombus | 4 congruent sides, 2 pairs of parallel sides |

Square | 4 right angles, 4 congruent sides, 2 parallel sides |

Trapazoid | 1 pair of parallel sides |

Isosceles Trapazoid | 1 pair of parallel sides |

# Geometry

Question | Answer |
---|---|

All sides are the same length | Equilateral triangle |

At least 2 sides are the same length | Isosceles triangle |

No sides are the same length | Scalene triangle |

One angle is a right angle | Right angle |

All three sides are acute angles | Acute triangle |

One angle is obtuse | Obtuse triangle |

There are four right angles | Rectangle |

There are four right angles and all sides are the same length | Square |

There is only one pair of parallel sides | Trapezoid |

Opposite sides are parallel | Parallelogram |

Opposite sides are parallel and all sides are the same length | Rhombus |

A closed plane figure made up of all the points the same distance from the center | Circle |

Point in the middle of a circle | Center |

Any line segment that connects two points on the circle | Chord |

Any line segment that connects the center to a point on the circle | Radius |

Any line segment that connects two points on the circle and passes through the center | Diameter |

Figures with the same size and shape | Congruent |

move a figure in a straight direction | slide or transition |

Gives figure a mirror image | flip or reflection |

Moves a figure about a point | turn or rotation |

Figures are this when it can be folded into 2 congruent halves that fit on top of each other | Symmetric |

A line on which a figure can be folded so that both halves are congruent | Line of symmetry |

Same shape but may not have have the same size | Similar figures |

# For Shool

Question | Answer |
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What is the mean of these numbers? 5,99,1,1,1,9,80 | 32.6 |

Find the range of these numbers? 100,500,300,900,150,50,100 | 850 |

What is the median of these numbers? 30,92,64,24,15, | 30 |

Can You Find The mode of these munbers? 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,1,2,5,3,,8,8,9,8,6,6,6,8,8 | 8 |

Find The Range 100,000,000,000,000,000 ,67,1,5,4 | 99,999,999,999,999 |

# gr. 7P re-algebra terms

Question | Answer |
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two rays with a common end point | angle |

less than 90 angles and greater than zero | acute |

line that intersects two parallel lines to form eight angles | transversial |

ten sides | decagon |

an angle with a measure equal to 180 degrees | straight |

a transformation where a figure is flippled over a line (flip) | reflection |

where three or more planes intersect in a point | vertex |

(next to)two angles that have the same vertex share a common side and do not overlap | adjacent |

a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides | trapezoid |

a never ending straight path | line |

the most common unit of measure for angles | degrees |

a parallelogram with all sides congruent and four right angles | square |

line segments that have the same length, or angles that have the same measure, shape, or size (clone) | congruent |

a parallelogram with four right angles | rectangle |

circle | 360 degrees |

twelve sides | dodecagon |

the set of all points in a plane that are the same distance from a given point called the center | circle |

two angles are ______ if the sum of their measures is 90 degrees | complementary |

a polygon having three sides | triangle |

a polygon having all sides congruent and all angles congruent | regular polygon |

lines that intersect to form a right angle | perpendicular |

part of a line contraining two endpoints and all the points between them | line segment |

triangle with all sides congruent | equilateral |

two angles are ______ if the sum of their measures is 180 degrees | supplementary |

a closed figure with four sides and four vertices, including squares, rectangles, and trapezoids | quadrilateral |

a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel and congruent | parallelogram |

having five sides | pentagon |

having eight sides | octagon |

a transformatin where a figure is slid from one position to another without being turned (slide) | translation |

an angle with a 90 degree measure | right |

having the same value | equal |

a simple closed figure in a plane formed by three or more line segments | polygon |

a triangle that has at least two congruent sides | isosceles |

a parallelogram with four congruent sides | rhombus |

having seven sides | heptagon |

an instrument used to measure angles | protractor |

a triangle with no congruent sides | scalene |

a part of a line that extneds indefinitely in one direction | ray |

having nine sides | nonagon |

having six sides | hexagon |

a transformation where a figure is turned around a fixed point (turn) | rotation |

an angle from 91 degrees to 179 degrees | obtuse |

lines that are in the same plane that do not intersect | parallel |

straight line | 180 degrees |

# Mrs. Burn’s 3rd Grade Class

Reading Passage | Question |
---|---|

1+4 | 5 |

3+7 | 10 |

8+12 | 20 |

12+14 | 26 |

100+54 | 154 |

# 9s X facts

Question | Answer |
---|---|

9 x 0 | 0 |

9 x 1 | 9 |

9 x 2 | 18 |

9 x 3 | 27 |

9 x 4 | 36 |

9 x 5 | 45 |

9 x 6 | 54 |

9 x 7 | 63 |

9 x 8 | 72 |

9 x 9 | 81 |

# Facts that students can think 10 then how many more.

10-8 | 2 |

10-7 | 3 |

10-6 | 4 |

10-5 | 5 |

10-4 | 6 |

10-9 | 1 |

10-3 | 7 |

10-2 | 8 |

10-1 | 9 |

10-0 | 0 |