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Ascending Order: Numbers listed in ascending order are listed from smallest to largest. Decimal: The numbers in the base 10 number system, having one or more places to the right of a decimal point. Denominator: The bottom part of a fraction. Descending Order: Numbers listed in descending order are listed from largest to smallest. Equivalent: Having the same value. Fraction: A number used to name a part of a group or a whole. The number below the bar is the denominator, and the number above the bar is the numerator. Greater Than or Greater Symbols that describe a relationship in which the Than Equal To: expression on the left are greater than the expression on the right. Less Than or Less Symbols that describe a relationship in which the Than Equal To: expression on the left is less than the expression on the right. Numerator: The top part of a fraction. Percent: A ratio that compares a number to 100. Place Value: The use in number systems of the position of a digit in a number to indicate the value of the digit; the same digit in different place-value positions has different meanings. For example, the "3" has a value of 0.003 (three thousandths) in the number 0.1234, but the "3" has a value of 0.3 (three tenths) in the number 0.321. Product: The result of two numbers being multiplied together.

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15 7.1 7. Inequality: A mathematical sentence that contains the symbols <. Greater Than or Greater Symbols that describe a relationship in which the Than Equal To: expression on the left are greater than the expression on the right.21 .1 7. >. and a power of 10. Numerical Expression: A combination of numbers and operations.7 7. Equation: A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign. Ascending Order: Numbers listed in ascending order are listed from smallest to largest.21 7. variables. Polygon: A simple. Rectangle: A parallelogram having four right angles.7 7. and operations.7 7.15 7. or >.1 7. 7. Less Than or Less Symbols that describe a relationship in which the Than Equal To: expression on the left is less than the expression on the right.21 7. Expression: A mathematical combination of numbers.7 7. =. Tree Diagram: A diagram used to show the total number of possible outcomes in a probability experiment. The bases of a trapezoid are the parallel sides. Scientific Notation: A number written as a product of a number that is at least one but less than 10.21 7.1 7. Area: The number of square units needed to cover a surface enclosed by a geometric figure. Base: The bases of a parallelogram or triangle is any side of the figure. The Fundamental Uses multiplication of the number of ways each event Counting Principle: in an experiment can occur to find the number of possible outcomes in a sample space.1 7.7 7. Variable Expression: A combination of variables and operations. <. closed figure in a plane formed by three or more line segments.1 7.21 7. Equivalent: Having the same value.Grade 6. Descending Order: Numbers listed in descending order are listed from largest to smallest. Sample Space: The set of all possible outcomes of a probability experiment. Perimeter: The distance around a closed geometric figure.15 7.7 7. Enrichment Mathematics Vocabulary Grade 7 Content Vocabulary Second Nine Weeks Adjacent Sides: Two sides of a polygon that share a common vertex.

Quadrilateral: A closed figure having four sides and four angles. The act of putting money into a bank. Isosceles Trapezoid: A trapezoid with congruent. Heptagon: A polygon having seven sides.9 7. The act of taking out money from the bank.9 7.5 7.e.9 7. not on the same side) in a polygon or a polyhedron. non-parallel sides. "penta" means five) 7.10 7.10 7.10 .10 7.10 7. Prefix: A prefix in the names of polygons tells the number of sides.9 Diagonals: A line segment formed by connecting two nonadjacent vertices (i.5 7. Figures or angles that have the same size and shape.9 7. Planar: Two-dimensional.10 7. An accounting of deposits and withdrawals of money. Parallel: Two lines are parallel if they are in the same plane and never intersect. (i. Hexagon: A polygon having six sides. Enrichment Mathematics Vocabulary Grade 7 Content Vocabulary Third Nine Weeks Altitude (Sea Level): Checking Account Balance: Deposit: Withdrawal: Congruent: Elevation above or below sea level. 7. Decagon: A polygon having ten sides.9 7. Square: A parallelogram having four right angles and four congruent sides.9 7. Octagon: A polygon having eight sides. Rhombus: A parallelogram with four congruent sides..10 7.5 7. Nonagon: A polygon having nine sides.5 7.9 7.Grade 6.e. Pentagon: A polygon having five sides.

=. Enrichment Mathematics Vocabulary Grade 7 Content Vocabulary Fourth Nine Weeks Additive Identity: The sum of an addend and zero is the addend. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. Multiplicative Identity: The product of a factor and one is the factor. One-Step Equation: An equation that requires only one operation to solve. Identity for multiplication is "1. Equation: A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign.+): multiplied does not change their sum or product. a x 1 = 1 x a = a. Commutative Property The order in which two numbers are added or (x. Multiplication and division are inverse operations.3 7. Multiplication and division are inverse operations.3 7.Grade 6.3 7.3 7.3 7. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. Identity for addition is 0 (zero) since adding zero to any number will give the number itself. all of the numbers that can be expressed as decimals. that is." because multiplying any number by 1 will not change it. multiply each addend of the sum by the number outside the parentheses. Inverse: Operations that "undo" each other. 7.3 7.22 7.22 . Inverse Operation: Operations that "undo" each other.3 7. Associative Property The way in which three numbers are grouped when (x. Real Numbers: All the rational and irrational numbers.22 7. In other words. Distributive Property: To multiply a sum by a number. 0 + a = a + 0 = a.3 7. One-Step Inequality: An inequality that requires only one operation to solve. In other words.+): they are added or multiplied does not change their sum or product.

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