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Math Dictionary K-1 New

# Math Dictionary K-1 New

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maths vocabulary for k and grade 1
maths vocabulary for k and grade 1

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Math Dictionary Terms for Grades K-1: A Addend-one of the numbers being added in an addition problem Addition-combining quantities And-1) combine,2) shared attributes,3) represents decimal point when a number isin words Angle-two line segments that meet at a point Area-the size of a two-dimensional figure in square units Attribute-acharacteristic of a shape or set of data Average-anumber that best describes a set of data Axis-one of the reference lines on a coordinate graphBBalance-1) a scale uses to figure out approximate weight,or 2) to be equal or tomake equalBar Gra

ph-away of organizing data in horizontal or vertical barsBase-the face on which a three-dimensional object sitsBelow-inalower place,beneathBeneath-inalower placeBetween-inaposition that separates two other thingsCCalendar-atooltokeep track of the dateCenter-middle pointCentimeter-ametric measure whichtakes 10 millimetersto makeCircle-aperfectly round shape that has all points equally as far from the centerClock-atool to keep track of timeCoin-metal moneyCone-athree-dimensional shape with a circle base and one vertexConnect-to join togetherCorner-where twosides or twolines come together (vertex)Count-to say numbers one by one in orderCube-athree-dimensional shape with six square facesCurve-aline thatisnot straight,but does not have a corner (vertex)Cylinder-athree-dimensional shape with parallel circular basesDDecagon-ten-sided polygonDifference-the amount that remains when one quantity is subtracted from anotherDigit-any one of the symbols used in making numbers (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)Division-the operation which makes equal groupsDodecagon-twelve-sided polygonDouble-twice as muchDozen-12 of somethinEEach-every one of a group

Edge-aline that connects two faces on a three-dimensional shapeEqual-having the same value asEquation-amath sentence showing two parts as equalEstimate-an approximate answerEven-anumber that is a multiple of 2.This means that you can remove “groups oftwo and there will be no leftover or remainders.The number will have a 0,1,2,4,6,or 8 in the one’s place as a visual indicator.FFace-aside on a three-dimensional shapeFewer-less thanFifth-number five in orderFirst-number one in orderFlip-reflection rotationFoot-12 inches in standard measurementFourth-number four in orderFraction-anumber showing part of a wholeFront-the forward partFunction-gives one output value for each input valueGGraph-avisual display of dataGreater Than-more thanGrowth Pattern-atype of pattern made by following a certain rule (formula)Guess-an estimate of amountHHalf-one of twoequal partsHeight-the distance from the base to the top of something Heptagon-seven-sided polygonHexagon-six-sided polygonHour-ameasure of time equaling 60 minutesIInch-astandard measure of length,one-twelfth of a footInfinity-never ending Into-tothe inside part J Join-connectKilo-one thousand LLast-coming after all the othersLeast-smallestLength-the distance along a line or figure from one point to anotherLess Than-fewer than

Line-astraight path that extends forever in both directionsLine of symmetr

y-alinethat divides a shape into two halves that are a mirrorimage of each otherLiter-ametric measure of volume/capacity almost equal to a quartMMass-how much matter is in an objectMean-away to average a group without extremes in the data in which all data isadded and equally divided upMeasure-the length,quantity,dimensions,or capacity of somethinMedian-away to average counts or measures when they are extremes in the data.The middle point of the ordered group of data is found Middle-centerMinute-ameasure of time equal to 60 secondsMode-away to average data when there are many identical data points.The mode isthe data that occurs most oftenMoney-coins and paper bills used for buying and selling More Than-greater thanMultiple-the product of any two whole numbersMultiplication-the operation of adding the same number over and over or groupsshown in an arrayNegativeNumbers-numbers less than zeroNet-atwo-dimensional figure that can be folded to make a three-dimensional modelNetwork-connection between points or line segmentsNonagon-nine-sided polygonNone-not even oneNumber-symbols used for counting and measurinNumberline-apicture (diagram) showing numbers as points on a lineNumeral-digits used to make up numbersOOblong-ashape that is greater in length than in widthOcta

gon-eight-sided polygonOrdinal-numbers which tell what position something hasOdd-anumber that is not a multiple of 2.It has a 1,3,5,7,or 9 in the one’s placeOunce-astandard measure of weight/massOutcome-one of the possibilities in a probability experimentOval-acurved shape like an egPParallel-straight lines that always stay the same distance away from each otherPatterns-arepeating sequence of number or shapesPentagon-five-sided polygonPerimeter-distance around the outside edge of a closed figurePictogra

ph-avisual display of data which uses pictures to represent amountsPlace Value-the value of eachdigit in a number

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