A measure of the ability to receive, hold, or absorb volume; the amount a container can hold
A measurement of distance
Measurement of the pull of gravity on the mass of an object. The _____ of an object changes dependent on the gravitational pull at its location.
The amount of matter in an object. The _____ of an object remains the same regardless of its location.
The amount of space that a three dimensional figure contains. _____ is expressed in cubic units.
The number of square units needed to cover a surface enclosed by a geometric figure
Units used when measuring the area of a two dimensional figure
A system of measurement of units based on the number ten with the meter as a unit length, the gram as a unit mass, and the liter as a unit of volume
Basic unit of length in the metric measurement system, about equal to one yard
Metric unit of length; 100 _____ are in one meter; 2.5 _____ are about equal to one inch
Metric unit of length; 1000 meters equals one _____; about equal to 0.6 of a mile
Metric unit of length; 1000 _____ is equal to one meter
Metric unit of capacity; one _____ is about equal to one quart
Metric unit of capacity; 1000 _____ is equal to one liter; about equal to a drop
Metric unit of mass; one _____ is about equal to the mass of one nickel
Metric unit of mass; one _____ is equal to 1000 grams; one _____ is about equal to 2.5 pounds
A metric unit of mass; one _____ equals one thousandth of a gram
U.S. customary system
System of measurements using inch, foot, yard, mile, fluid ounce, cup, pint, quart, gallon, dry ounce, pound, and ton
Customary unit of length; 12 _____ equals one foot; 36 _____ equals one yard
Customary unit of length; 12 inches equals one _____; 3 _____ equals one yard
Customary unit of length; 36 inches equals one _____; 3 feet equals one _____
Customary unit of length; one _____ equals 5,280 feet
Customary unit of mass; 16 _____ equals one pound
Customary unit of capacity; one _____ equals 8 fluid ounces
Customary unit of capacity; one _____ equals 2 cups
Customary unit of capacity; one _____ equals 2 pints
Customary unit of capacity; one _____ equals 4 quarts
Customary unit of mass; one _____ equals 16 ounces
Customary unit of mass; one _____ equals 2000 pounds
fluid ounce (fl oz)
Customary unit of capacity; 8 _____ equals one cup
The measurement of the mass, length, or volume of an object using either the Customary System or the Metric System
Used to estimate the mass, length, or volume of an object using a comparative unit
A graph used to show how a set of data changes over a period of time
A graph used to compare parts of a whole. The circle represents the whole and is separated into parts of the whole, usually expressed as a percentage
A number line used to display a group of data, specifically for showing how data is clustered or spread out
The set of all possible values of a given measurement, including the least and greatest numbers in the set, separated by the intervals used
Used to explain the subject of any graph, plot, table, or chart
The lower fourth of the data in a box and whisker plot
The upper fourth of the data in a box and whisker plot
The difference between the greatest number and the least number in a set of data
The number(s) or item(s) that appear most often in a set of data
A graph using bars to compare quantities. The height or length of each bar represents a designated number
A system used to condense a set of data where the greatest place value of the data forms the stem and the next greatest place value forms the leaves
Information, often numerical, which is gathered for statistical purposes
A sample data point used to explain the stem and leaves. It is also used to explain the meaning of symbols of any graph, plot, table, or chart.
The greatest place value common to all the data that is written to the left of the line in a stem and leaf plot
The least value data in a box and whisker plot
The middle number in a set of data when the data are arranged in numerical order. If the data has an even number, the median is the mean of the middle numbers.
The greatest value data in a box and whisker plot.
An unlimited line or line segment serving to orient a space on a line graph or a bar graph. The vertical axis, known as the y axis, runs North to South (up and down) and the horizontal axis, known as the x axis, runs East to West (side to side).
The unit digit written to the right of the vertical line in a stem and leaf plot