Across |

4. | a mathematical statement that says two expressions are equal |

7. | error resulting from choosing a sample that is not representive of the whole population |

8. | an algebraic relationship between two or more variables |

9. | identical in size and shape |

10. | the value of the variable that makes an equation true |

11. | the point that divides a line segment into two different segments |

12. | the number of square units contained in a two dimensional shape |

13. | a graph that uses bars to represent data |

16. | a line segment ,joining 2 points on the circumference, that passes through the center of a circle |

17. | a triangle with all three sides equal |

20. | a prisim with six congruent square shapes |

23. | divide into 2 equal parts |

25. | an angle that is formed inside a polygon by two sides meeting at a vertex |

27. | a letter used to represent a value that can change or vary. |

28. | the number by which a variable is multiplied |

29. | a number that is part whole number and part fraction |

30. | a number that is multiplied by itslef to give another number |

31. | the longest side of a right triangle |

32. | the perimeter of a circle |