AbsoluteValue | | The set of x values of an equation; the set of independent variables of an equation |

Mean | | This is written as a fraction in math; a comparison of two things such as on a map 5 cm = 70 miles |

Add | | What you do to solve a proportion |

Perimeter | | A word indicating subtraction |

Pythagoreantheorem | | This tells you the number of times the base is multiplied by itself |

Increased | | A way of representing really large numbers or really small numbers. |

Pi | | Motion of an image around a point |

Mode | | A sentence with one of the following signs: >, <,>=, or <= |

Slopeintercept | | This form of an equation: y = mx b |

Probability | | A graph that has horizontal or vertical bars representing data |

Function | | (x, y) |

Constant | | The number in the middle |

Difference | | Two ratios that are equal to each other |

Base | | A line segment passing through the center of a circle from one side to the other |

Rotation | | The distance around a circle |

Compoundevent | | The number used as a factor |

Coefficient | | An equation that contains two variables; the graph makes a straight line |

Radius | | A word indicating division |

Hypotenuse | | Two lines which have one point in common |

Algebraicexpression | | The opposite of taking the square root |

Area | | Replace a variable with a specified number |

Collinear | | Numbers or variables separated by or - signs |

Substitute | | Two algebraic expressions connected by =, not =, >, <, >=, or <= |

Slope | | This measurement is in cubic units such as in^3, cm^3, ft^3, etc. |

Ratio | | The distance a number is from zero on a number line |

Diameter | | The steepness of a line; rise/run |

Simpleevent | | One or more terms that include one or more variables |

Exponent | | {...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...} |

Wholenumbers | | Two or more terms using only constants(numbers) |

Bargraph | | The opposite of multiple |

Term | | The longest side of a right triangle |

Crossmultiply | | For every element in the domain, there is exactly one element in the range |

Range | | A word indicating addition |

Integers | | {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...} |

Proportion | | A number multiplied by a variable or variables |

Inequality | | The average |

Quotient | | Multiple events; Tossing a coin more than once |

Intersectinglines | | The ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter |

Legs | | The opposite of subtract |

Product | | An entire group or collection about which we wish to draw conclusions |

Reflection | | Always expressed in square units, such as cm^2, ft^2, m^2, etc. |

Parallel | | The branch of mathematics that calculates the chance something will happen or will not happen |

Median | | A word indicating multiplication |

Scientificnotation | | One event; Tossing of a coin is an example |

Population | | The set of y-values of an equation; the set of dependent variables of an equation |

Equation | | The two shorter sides of a right triangle |

Orderedpair | | The distance around a figure |

Numericalexpression | | The enlargement or reduction of a figure |

Domain | | A line segment from the center of a circle to the edge of the circle |

Volume | | The order of operations |

Squaring | | a^2 b^2 = c^2 |

Divide | | The mirror image of an object |

PEMDAS | | The number that occurs most frequently |

Circumference | | Two lines that never intersect |

Linearequation | | If the graph of two equations is the same line, the lines are said to be this; coinciding lines |

Variable | | A word indicating the answer |

Dilation | | "Sliding" a figure along a path to a new location |

Translation | | A term that does not have a variable |

Solution | | A sentence with an equal sign |

Sentence | | A letter that can be replaced by a number |