Math 3370 Final
Terms in this set (...)
If all things are equal, everyone will get the same amount.
The set of objects in which position, or order, matters.
The set of all possible outcomes.
An event that is not likely to happen.
The set of objects in which position, or order, does not matter.
A visual representation of the five number summary.
A line graph depicting a set of data that are normally distributed; meaning the frequency values are highest in the middle, and the graph is symmetric.
The square of the average distance from the mean. Tells how spread out the data is.
The difference in the numbers of a data set.
Used to show the relationship between two data sets.
A numerical value that represents the degree to which we believe that an event will or will not happen.
The data value that occurs most often.
An event that is most likely to happen.
The middle data value.
Used to show each value in a data set and to group values into intervals. Allows to pull out the data from the graph.
Used to compare numbers of data items grouped in numerical intervals.
Used to show the division of a whole into parts.
Used to compare numbers of data items grouped in categories; order does not matter except for convenience.
Used when there is only one group of data with less than 50 values.
Used to show how the data values change over time; normally used for continuous data.
Three or more lines that intersect at a single point.
Alternate interior angles
Two interior angles that have different vertices and are on opposite sides of the traversal.
A simple, closed surface whose base is a simple, closed curve and whose lateral surface slopes up to a vertex.
Alternate exterior angles
Two exterior angles that have different vertices and are on opposite sides of the traversal.
A regular polyhedron made of twelve regular pentagons.
All polyhedral whose base is a polygon and whose faces are triangles that have a common vertex.
Two lines that do not intersect and do not lie in the same plane.
If a = b, then we can replace "a" with "b" in any equation.
A quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides.
The set of points equidistance from a given point.
Simple closed surfaces that are composed of polygonal regions.
A quadrilateral in which two pairs of adjacent sides are congruent.
A polygon with n sides.
All polyhedral that have two parallel faces that are congruent polygons.
A polygon with seven sides.
A polygon with nine sides.
A simple, closed surface that is bounded by two congruent simple closed curves that lie in parallel planes.
Two angles on the same side of the traversal with different vertices, where one is an exterior angle and the other is an interior angle.
The set of points in a plane that are all the same distance from a given point
A regular polyhedron made of six squares.
If a = b and b = c, then a = c.
A regular polyhedron made of twenty equilateral triangles.
A polygon with twelve sides.
A quadrilateral in which all sides are congruent.
A regular polyhedron made of eight equilateral triangles.
A quadrilateral in which all angles are congruent.
A polygon with ten sides.
When two lines intersect, the angles opposite each other.
The sum of the measures of two angles is 90 degrees.
A quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel.
The sum of the measures of two angles is 180 degrees.
An angle whose measure is greater than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees.
A quadrilateral in which all four sides are congruent and all four angles are congruent.
A regular polyhedron made of four equilateral triangles.
Found by adding the area of all the bases/faces
Found by multiplying the area of the base by the height of the three dimensional solid.
The sum of lengths of the sides.
Generally deals with "how much" it takes to cover an object.
A line segment that connects a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side.
A line segment that joins two nonadjacent vertices in a polygon.
The intersection of the medians
Line segment connecting two midpoints in a triangle.
The intersection of the angle bisectors.
The middle of a line segment.
A line segment that bisects an angle.
A line segment that goes through the midpoint of a side and is perpendicular to that side.
A perpendicular line segment that connects a vertex to a line containing the side opposite that vertex.
The intersection of the perpendicular bisectors.
A regular repetition of the figure or figures covering a plane so that there are no gaps and no overlapping of figures.
A transformation on a plane determined by holding one point fixed and rotation the plane about this point by certain number of degrees in a certain direction.
The common ratio between the sides of two figures.
Copying a figure across a line.
Moving an object along a straight line and not turning it.
the distance around a circle
Two intersecting lines that form a right angle.
A triangle with with all three sides having different lengths.
Two lines in the same plane that never intersect.
A triangle with at least two sides the same length.
A simple closed curve in the plane that is composed only of line segments.
An angle whose measure is 180 degrees.
Math 3370 Final WA Questions
NWEA Math 241-250