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A.M. times between midnight and noon (ante maridiem).
addend # added to find a sum. In the problem, 2+7 = 9, the addends are 2 and 7.
area the # of square unites needed to cover a figure. The amount of space a shape covers.(L x W) a square with 3 in. on all sides = 3in. x 3in. = 9 square inches.
array objects arranges in rows and columns; used to solve multiplication.
This array shows 2 rows of 6; 2 x6 = 12
attribute a way to describe a shape, like number of sides, or length of sides.
bar graph uses bars to represent data; shown vertically or horizontally.
benchmark fraction commonly used fractions i.e., , , , 1, 2/3
centimeter (cm.) a metric unit for measuring length; about your fingertip.
compare: to decide which of the given numbers is greater or lesser.
cup (c.) a customary unit for measuring capacity.
data numerical information about a set of objects.
decagon a plane figure with 10 sides and angles.
denominator bottom part of a fraction that tells how many equal parts of a whole. ,the 2 is the denominator.
difference the answer to a subtraction problem. In 72=5, 5 is the difference.
digits #s 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
dividend the # to be divided; 60 5 = 12; where 60 is the dividend.
division to place in equal groups; repeated subtraction 21 3 = 7.
divisor the # by which another # is divided; 72 9 = 8 where 9 is the divisor.
elapsed time the time that passes from the start of an activity to its end.
equivalent fractions fractions that name the same amount. 2/4= 1/2.
estimate to give an approximate number or answer. 400 is an estimate for 398.
expanded form to write a # that shows that values of each digits. 6,057=6,000+0+50+7
fact family a set of related number sentences. Ex. 7,6,42; 427=6, 426=7, 7x6=42, 6x7=42
factors the two numbers that are being multiplied. In 7x6=42, the factors are 7 and 6.
foot(ft.) a customary unit used to measure length. 1ft.=12in.
fraction a way to compare equal parts; its only part of a whole #. is three equal parts out of four equal parts.
gallon(gal.) customary unit to measure capacity. 1 gal.= 4 quarts.
gram(g.) metric unit to measure weight. 1g.= 1,000milligrams. 1g. = paperclip or grape
greater than (>) a symbol to that tells a number is larger than another number. (the open part points towards the # with a larger value)
half hour a unit of time measuring 30 minutes.
hexagon a plane figure with six sides and angles.
inch(in.) a customary unit of measuring length. 12 inches=1 foot; 36 inches = 1 yard.
improper fraction 10/5, 6/4 and 8/5 a fraction that is larger than a whole number.
key explanation of what each symbol represents on a graph(pictograph).
kilogram (kg.) a metric unit used to measure mass 1kg.= 1,0000g
less than(<) a symbol that tells something is smaller than another.
line plot a way to organize data using a number line.
liquid volume (capacity) the amount of liquid a container can hold.
liter(L.) a metric unit used to measure liquid volume. 1L=1millileter.
mass measure in weight (how heavy an object is)
measure to find how much of something there is.
meter(m.) a metric unit used to measure length. 1m=100cm.
mile(mi.) a customary unit used to measure length. 1 mi.=5,280ft.
milliliter(mL.) metric unit used to measure liquid volume.
minute a measure of time that equals 60 seconds.
mixed numbers a whole number and a fraction together. 1 or 2 .
multiple the product of a given whole # and any other whole #; its like skip counting. Multiples of 3 are 3,6,9,12,15,18,21,24.
number line a line in which numbers are marked.
numerator the top # in a fraction that tells the # of parts that you are looking for. 3/6 is 3 out of 6, the numerator is 3.
octagon a plane figure with 8 sides and angles. A stop sign is an octagon.
operations what is done to solve a problem  addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
P.M. times between noon and midnight (post meridiem).
parallel lines lines that do no cross or intersect.
parallelogram a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides. If it has 4 right angles then, it is a special parallelogram called a rectangle. If it has 4 right angles and equal sides then, it is a square.
patterns something that repeats. Could be shapes, letters or numbers. i.e. 2, 4, 6, 8
pentagon a plane figure with 5 sides and 5 angles.
perimeter the # when all the outer edges are added. A square with 3 in. on all sides 3in.+ 3in.+ 3in.+ 3in.= 12in.
period a set of three numbers separated by commas that represent a # or part of a #. Hundred periods, thousands periods.
pictograph a graph that uses symbols to show data; also uses a key.
pint (p.) a customary unit to measure capacity. 1 pint= 2 cups
polygon a closed shape with straight edges.
product the answer to a multiplication problem. In 8x7=56. The product is 56.
quadrilateral a plane polygon with four sides and four corners. i.e., square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, and parallelogram.
quarts(qt.) a customary unit to measure liquid. 4qt. = 1 gallon
quotient the answer to a division problem. 24 divided by 8 equals 3. 3 is the quotient.
rectangle a special parallelogram that has two sets of parallel and equal sides with four right angles.
rhombus a quadrilateral that has equal sides and no right angles.
scale the numbers that show the units used on a graph.
square a special parallelogram that has 4 right angles and all equal sides.
square unit a square with side lengths of 1 unit that is used to measure the area of a figure. i.e., a square with 3 in. sides has an area of 9 square inches.
standard form a way to write a number that shows only its digits. Eightyone = 81
sum the answer to an addition problem. In the problem, 2+7=9, the sum is 9.
trapezoid a quadrilateral that has only one set of parallel lines.
twice to multiple by two or double something. An example: 6 is twice 3.
twostep word problems word problems using two or more operations in order to solve the question.
unit fraction a fraction with a numerator of on. .
venn diagram a drawing that shows relationships among objects.
vertex (corner) where two sides meet.
word (name) form when you write a # out using words. 81= eightyone or 9 = nine
yard(yd.) a customary unit used to measure length. 1yd.=3ft.
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