greatest common factor | | the sum of the numbers in a set of data divided by the number of pieces of data |

origin | | for any numbers a,b, and c, a(b c) = ab ac and (b c)a = ba ca |

interquartile range | | the most common unit of mesure for angles |

slope | | in a set of data, this is the number in the middle when the data are organized from least to greatest |

mean | | a bunch of points |

relation | | number that divides into another number with no remainder |

degree | | numerical information gathered for statistical purposes |

factor | | an angle with a mesure greater than zero degrees and less then 90 degrees |

exponent | | expression that contain the same variables with the same powers |

ordered pair | | number that has exactly two factors |

linear equation | | an equation for which the graph is a straight line |

function | | point where the x axis meets the y axis |

acute angle | | the numerical part of a monomial |

odds | | high number minus low number |

coefficient | | and x and a y coordinate in paranthesis separated by a comma |

equation | | the vertical change compared to the horizontal change |

range | | passes the vertical line test |

prime | | where the line crosses the vertical axis |

data | | number of successes compared to number of failures |

like terms | | the biggest number that goes into two other numbers with no remainder |

distributive property | | another word for a power |

lower quartile | | the median of the first half of the data |

x intercept | | a mathematical sentence that contains the equals = sign |

y intercept | | upper quartile minus lower quartile |

median | | where the line crosses the horizontal axis |