Integrated Mathematics Spring 2014
Vocabulary terms to help students succeed in Integrated Mathematics and beyond.
Terms in this set (40)
"How many groups?" Or, "How many in each group?"
The answer to a division problem.
One one-hundredth as a fraction.
One one-thousandth as a fraction.
Part of a whole.
The entire group.
A portion of a group (4 students at a table in a class of 21).
Fifty-three thousandths as a decimal.
The result when the numerator and denominator of a fraction are reversed.
The opposite of a given math operation (ex: the ____ of + is -)
A 2-dimensional figure that can be folded into a 3-dimensional figure.
0.4 as a percent.
1 as a percent.
The combined area of all faces of a 3-dimensional figure.
To form a larger figure by putting together smaller figures.
A relationship between two numbers.
80% as a reduced fraction.
Fifty-three thousandths as a fraction.
A ratio in which one of the values is 1.
Whole numbers that can be positive, negative, or 0. (ex., -4, 0, 3)
Any number that can be written as a fraction. May be positive, negative, or 0. (Ex.: -3, -1/2, 4, 7/8, 0.4)
25% as a decimal.
25% as a fraction out of 100.
The four main areas of the cartesian plane, separated by the x and y axis. (Quadrant I is the upper right, then they go counter clockwise.)
A number line that demonstrates an addition or subtraction problem with positive or negative rational numbers.
The distance a number is from 0 on the number line. Always positive.
Twenty-five hundredths as a reduced fraction.
Seventy-five percent as a reduced fraction.
Greater than zero.
Less than zero.
The same distance from 0 in the other direction.
Nine-tenths as a decimal.
Nine-hundredths as a decimal.
Equal in value or meaning.
The number that is going to be raised to a power.
A numerical or constant quantity, usually next to a variable (Ex.: The 2 in 2x)
Three-tenths as a fraction.
Three-tenths as a decimal.