### 8th Grade Math Crossword

Alyssa Carter

Complete the following crossword. All of the words used were from Unit 1 to Unit 3.

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Across
1.Figures that are the same size but not the same exact shape.
2.A line intersecting two or more lines.
5.An Example of this would be a(n) 180 degree rotation.
6.A equation that is not true for any value of the variable.
8.An equation that requires more than just one step to solve it.
10.An equation that is true for all values of the variable.
14.Sides that have the same relative positions in geometric figures.
16.Angels at the same location at each intersection.
19.When you can keep the exponents the same and multiply the bases.
20.An equation that contains only one answer when you solve it.
21.Two lines on a highway is an example of this.
23.A Transformation that changes the size of a figure but not the shape.
24.Angles on the same side of the third line and are outside the other two lines.
27.The edge of a hemisphere.
28.Was Invented by a 12 year old boy.
29.Pairs of angles formed when a third line crosses the other two lines.
32.An interdeterminate form.
33.Figures that have the same shape but not necessarily the same size.
34.Operations that cancel eachother out.
36.Change in form, appearance, nature, or character.
38.if B square equals A, then B is a square root of A.
39.The two shorter sides of a right triangle.
40.Two numbers that when multiplied equal 0.
41.A transformation that slides each point of a figure the same distance in the same direction.
42.A way of showing repeated multiplication of a number by itself.
43.For real numbers a,b,c (C is not equal to 0) if a = bc.
Down
1.A fixed point in a plane where all points are expanded or contracted.
3.The Number in a set of real numbers that when added to a given number will yield zero.
4.Are created when there is a third line that crosses through two other lines.
7.A number used as a multiplier in scaling.
9.Distance Between two points on a coordinate plane.
11.A method for expressing a given quantity as a number having signifigant digits necessary for a specified degree of accuracy.
13.Is true for rational numbers but not for whole numbers or integers.
15.A set of points in three dimensions that are a fixed distance from a fixed point, the center.
17.The side of a right triangle opposite the right triangle.
18.States that by adding the same number to each side of an equation to produce equivalent equations.
22.The area within which something occurs or dominates.
25.Is the name of a chart.
26.A number that cannot be written in the form a/b when b is not equal to zero.
30.A solid having a polygonal base, and triangular sides that meets in a point.
31.Base number of a Cube.
35.A three-dimensional figure formed by straight lines through a fixed point vertex to the points of a fixed curve.
37.The magnitude of the three-dimensional space enclosed within or occupied by an object, geometric solid, etc.

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