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1.
{1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8}: A={1,2,3,4}

B={5,6,7,8}

The union of sets A and B is___

B={5,6,7,8}

The union of sets A and B is___

2.
2.5 cm.: About how many centimeters are there per inch?

3.
5 cm.: There are about ____ in 2 inches

4.
25 cm: There are about _____ in 10 inches

5.
acute angles:

6.
Add

Subtract

Larger: Complete the statements for adding and subtracting signed numbers:

Like signs ____

Unlike signs _____

Give the answer the sign of the ______ number.

Subtract

Larger: Complete the statements for adding and subtracting signed numbers:

Like signs ____

Unlike signs _____

Give the answer the sign of the ______ number.

7.
Angles with the same measure: What are congruent angles?

8.
Are the denominators the same?: What question should be asked first when you are adding or subtracting fractions?

9.
Are they both fractions?: What question should be asked first when multiplying or dividing fractions?

10.
best fit line:

11.
Calculate common denominators: What is the first step when you add or subtract fractions?

12.
Calculating the mean: When you add all the numbers in a data set and then divide by how many numbers there are, you are...

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Combination: What do we call a collection of things in which the order does not matter?

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congruent angles:

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Decimal point: A point that separates the whole number part from the fractional part of a number

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dilation:

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Dividend: A number that is being divided

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Division: When working with fractions, for what operation do you, "Change the sign to multiply and invert the second fraction?"

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Divisor: The number the dividend is divided by

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Enlargement: An object that was made bigger by a transformation

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factor tree:

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first: A positive linear equation produces a graph in the ________ quadrant.

23.
five: In Roman numerals:

V=____

V=____

24.
geometric solid:

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Interest: How much is paid for the use of money

26.
line plot: a graph that shows the frequency of data along a number line

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Lowest Terms: When the only factor of the numerator and denominator of a fraction is one

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Mean: The average of a set of numbers

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A negative number: What is a number that is less than zero called?

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obtuse angle:

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one: In Roman numerals:

I=____

I=____

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Outcome: One of the possible results of a probability experiment is called an _____

33.
Positive linear equation: Any equation that when graphed produces a straight line in the first quadrant

34.
positive

negative: When multiplying or dividing signed numbers:

When signs are alike, the answer is _____

When signs are different, the answer is _______

negative: When multiplying or dividing signed numbers:

When signs are alike, the answer is _____

When signs are different, the answer is _______

35.
Probability: Favorable outcomes/possible outcomes=

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protractor:

37.
Quotient: The answer to a division problem

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reflection:

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Rename mixed numbers and integers as fractions: What is the first step when you multiply or divide fractions?

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Roman numerals: The special symbols the Romans used to show numbers

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rotation:

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scatter plot:

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Standard form: A number written with each digit in its correct place value

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straight angle:

...

...

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tally marks:

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ten: In Roman numerals:

X=____

X=____

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Three-dimensional: Having 3 dimensions: length, width and height

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Transformations: Rotations, reflections, translations, and dilations are examples of ____

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translation:

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Union: The process of creating one group out of two groups

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vertical angles:

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The whole number and the fractional part: What two parts of a number are separated by a decimal point?

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Zero: A number that is neither positive nor negative

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