mathematics Crossword Puzzles

MATHEMATICS2015-11-02

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1. is a four sided shape that has two sides that are parallel and two sides that are not parallel
2. is a four sided shape that is made up of two pairs of parallel lines and that has four right angles; a shape in which one pair is longer than the other pair
3. is a line segment joining two nonconsecutive vertices of a polygon or polyhedron. Informally, any sloping line is called diagonal.
4. is a polygon with four edges (or sides) and four vertices or corners.
5. are points where sides meet
6. are Angles whose measures add up to 90 degrees
7. are lines that intersect at right angles to each other
8. is a flat shape with 4 equal straight sides. It looks like a diamond. . All sides have equal length.
9. are two sides that appears one right after another and that share an endpoint.
10. are sides that are not adjacent.
11. are angles that occur one right after the other. Consecutive angles are on either end of the same line segment in a polygon.
12. are corresponding parts refer to the exact same shape
13. is a regular quadrilateral that has four equal sides and four equal angles
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1. is a four sided shape made up of two pairs of straight parallel lines that are equal in length
2. is a line that cuts in half
3. are lines that never meet
4. are two Angles when they add up to 180 degrees
5. is a shape that has two sides of equal length and sometimes having at least two sides of equal length
6. is a segment that connects the midpoints of two sides of a triangle.
7. are points that lie on the same plane
8. Pairs are Adjacent supplementary angles
9. are Equal sides
10. are equal angles
11. is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equal-length sides that are adjacent to each other.

24 Clues: are Equal sidesare equal anglesare lines that never meetis a line that cuts in halfare points where sides meetare sides that are not adjacent.are points that lie on the same planePairs are Adjacent supplementary anglesare Angles whose measures add up to 90 degreesare two Angles when they add up to 180 degrees...

Mathematics2017-02-13

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1. The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers?
2. uses letters (like x or y) or other symbols in place of values, and plays with them using special rules.
3. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest. 12, 13, 14 and 15
4. product or scalar product (sometimes inner product in the context of Euclidean space, or rarely projection product for emphasizing the geometric significance), is an algebraic operation that takes two equal-length sequences of numbers (usually coordinate vectors) and returns a single number.
5. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable. So in the expression. 3x + 2y + 4. as Aswini says, 3 is the coefficient of x, 2 is the coefficient of y, but, in my example, 4 is not a coefficient, as it is not being multiplied by a variable. It is a fixed value.
6. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
7. expression A real number that can NOT be made by dividing two integers.
8. common factor between 2 numbers is the largest factor that they have in common. One good way to find this number is to write down all the factors of both numbers and then find the biggest one that appears in both lists.
9. numbers is a real number that is less than zero.
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1. a quantity representing the power to which a given number or expression is to be raised, usually expressed as a raised symbol beside the number or expression
2. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than geometry The branch of mathematics that treats the properties, measurement, and relations of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids.
3. common factor 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly
4. the top number (the numerator) says how many parts we have.
5. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables
6. The bottom number in a fraction.
7. test what is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
8. numbers Numbers can be positive, negative or zero.
9. The top number in a fraction.
10. expression is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and/or the denominator are polynomials.
11. number that a numerator and denominator becomes when it is reduced by its greatest common factor.

20 Clues: The top number in a fraction.The bottom number in a fraction.numbers is a real number that is less than zero.numbers Numbers can be positive, negative or zero.the top number (the numerator) says how many parts we have.The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers?...

Mathematics2018-01-08

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1. A product of equal factors
2. The second number in a ordered pair
3. The first number in an ordered pair
4. The largest common factor between two or more numbers
5. The four divisions in a coordinate graph
6. An algebraic expression that contains two terms
7. A fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
8. The number placed in front of a variable
9. An algebraic expression which consists of three terms
10. A type of equation that results in a straight line when plotted in a coordinate graph
11. A symbol that stands for a number
12. The bottom symbol in a fraction
13. The middle item in an ordered group
14. The horizontal axis on a coordinate graph
15. A number that cannot be written as a fraction
16. The space within a shape
17. The point where lines intersect
18. The smallest multiple common to two or more factors
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1. An equation that shows the relationship between variables
2. The process of expressing an algebraic fraction as a product of its factors
3. The measurement unit of an angle
4. The top symbol in a fraction
5. They are used to plot points in a coordinate graph
6. A number greater than zero
7. A number that can be written as a ratio
8. A number less than zero
9. An algebraic expression that consists of only one term
10. The vertical axis on a coordinate graph
11. The multiplicative inverse of a number
12. An intersection point in a coordinate graph

30 Clues: A number less than zeroThe space within a shapeA product of equal factorsA number greater than zeroThe top symbol in a fractionThe bottom symbol in a fractionThe point where lines intersectThe measurement unit of an angleA symbol that stands for a numberThe second number in a ordered pairThe first number in an ordered pair...

Mathematics2018-01-08

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1. The space within a shape
2. A product of equal factors
3. The smallest multiple common to two or more factors
4. A type of equation that results in a straight line when plotted in a coordinate graph
5. The first number in an ordered pair
6. The vertical axis on a coordinate graph
7. An algebraic expression that consists of only one term
8. An intersection point in a coordinate graph
9. A number less than zero
10. They are used to plot points in a coordinate graph
11. An algebraic expression that contains two terms
12. The number placed in front of a variable
13. The four divisions in a coordinate graph
14. The measurement unit of an angle
15. A number that can be written as a ratio
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1. The second number in a ordered pair
2. An algebraic expression which consists of three terms
3. A symbol that stands for a number
4. The point where lines intersect
5. The top symbol in a fraction
6. A fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
7. An equation that shows the relationship between variables
8. The process of expressing an algebraic fraction as a product of its factors
9. The horizontal axis on a coordinate graph
10. A number greater than zero
11. A number that cannot be written as a fraction
12. The multiplicative inverse of a number
13. The bottom symbol in a fraction
14. The largest common factor between two or more numbers
15. The middle item in an ordered group

30 Clues: A number less than zeroThe space within a shapeA product of equal factorsA number greater than zeroThe top symbol in a fractionThe point where lines intersectThe bottom symbol in a fractionThe measurement unit of an angleA symbol that stands for a numberThe second number in a ordered pairThe first number in an ordered pair...

Mathematics2015-06-11

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1. A relationship or expression involving one or more variables.
2. In Quadratics; the maximum or minimum point of a parabola. Outside Quadratics; a point where lines meet.
3. The X and Y intercepts
4. An adjective; X will increase/decrease slowly at first, but then increasingly more rapidly.
5. The descriptor of a line that neither curves nor sways
6. The process of finding what to multiply together to get an expression.
7. An equation containing one or more terms in which the variable is raised to the power of two, but no terms in which it is raised to a higher power.
8. The curve formed by the set of points in a plane that are all equally distant from both a given line and a given point.
9. A way of remembering how to compute the sine, cosine, and tangent of an angle.
10. A set of all output values (of a function)
11. an expression that is a sum or difference of three terms
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1. The longest side of a triangle, opposite the right angle.
2. a quantity calculated to indicate the extent of deviation for a group as a whole
3. The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet, or alternatively (with an "e"); a baked dish of fruit, or meat and vegetables, typically with a top and base of pastry.
4. A philosopher and mathematician of Samos, Greece.
5. an expression that is a sum or difference of two terms
6. Interest that is deposited back into the principle account in order to earn interest itself.
7. A law; the square of a side of a plane triangle equals the sum of the squares of the remaining sides minus twice the product of those sides and the cosine of the angle between them.
8. A word who's origin stems from the Greek words for 3 sides shapes, and measurement.
9. A set of all input values (of a function)

20 Clues: The X and Y interceptsA set of all input values (of a function)A set of all output values (of a function)A philosopher and mathematician of Samos, Greece.an expression that is a sum or difference of two termsThe descriptor of a line that neither curves nor swaysan expression that is a sum or difference of three terms...

Mathematics2022-05-25

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1. Angle that is less than 90°
2. Opposite of Multiplication
4. A straight line
5. + -
6. whole numbers(Can be negative)
7. y=mx+b
8. Opposite of Division
9. The longest side of a right triangle
10. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
11. three sides and three vertexes
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1. Assumed number value(ex. x)
2. Opposite of Subtraction
3. Non Straight line
4. Angle that is exactly 90°
5. A mathematical Statement
6. Angle that is more than 90°
7. Multiplied itself by 2 times
8. Multiplied itself 3 times
9. 3.14

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bA straight lineNon Straight lineOpposite of AdditionOpposite of DivisionOpposite of SubtractionA mathematical StatementAngle that is exactly 90°Multiplied itself 3 timesOpposite of MultiplicationAssumed number value(ex. x)Angle that is less than 90°Angle that is more than 90°Multiplied itself by 2 timeswhole numbers(Can be negative)...

Mathematics2022-05-25

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1. Assumed number value(ex. x)
2. whole numbers(Can't be decimal or a fraction)
3. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
4. + -
5. Angle that is more than 90°
6. Multiplied itself by 2 times
7. Opposite of Subtraction
8. Angle that is less than 90°
9. Opposite of Multiplication
10. Opposite of Division
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1. The longest side of a right triangle
2. Multiplied itself 3 times
3. y=mx+b
4. Inverse of an operation
5. 3.14
6. Angle that is exactly 90°
8. three sides and three vertices
9. A mathematical Statement
10. (0,0) in Coordinate Plain

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bOpposite of AdditionOpposite of DivisionInverse of an operationOpposite of SubtractionA mathematical StatementMultiplied itself 3 timesAngle that is exactly 90°(0,0) in Coordinate PlainOpposite of MultiplicationAssumed number value(ex. x)Angle that is more than 90°Angle that is less than 90°Multiplied itself by 2 times...

Mathematics2022-09-26

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1. calculating a value using operands and a math operator
2. a set whose elements can not be counted
3. set of numbers or variables combined using the operations + , – , × o r ÷
4. a number less than four but greater than two
5. process of splitting a specific amount into equal parts
6. branch of mathematics that helps in the representation of problems or situations in the form of mathematical expressions
7. a number less than nine but greater than seven
8. a whole number (not a fractional number) that can be positive, negative, or zero
9. A fixed value
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1. the distance from zero that a number is on the number line, without considering direction
2. an alphabet or term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity
3. the smallest natural number
4. sets having a finite/countable number of members
5. a number greater than six but less than eight
6. branch of mathematics that deals with the measurement, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids
7. process of combining two or more numbers
8. has a value of 3.14
9. any collection of objects (elements), which may be mathematical (e.g., numbers and functions) or not
10. the set that does not contain anything
11. arithmetic value used to represent quantity

20 Clues: A fixed valuehas a value of 3.14the smallest natural numberthe set that does not contain anythinga set whose elements can not be countedprocess of combining two or more numbersarithmetic value used to represent quantitya number less than four but greater than twoa number greater than six but less than eight...

MATHEMATICS2023-12-09

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1. U-shaped curve in a graph
2. Equation with a squared variable
3. Theorem relating the sides of a right triangle
4. Relationship between two quantities
5. Finding the area under a curve
6. Mathematical statement with equality
7. Study of triangles and angles
8. Number expressed in base ten
9. Indicates the power to which a number is raised
10. Branch dealing with rates of change
11. Combining numbers
12. Fraction of a hundred
13. Mathematical relation between input and output
14. Number divisible by 1 and itself
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1. Branch of math using symbols
2. Pair of numbers representing a point's location
3. Number multiplied by itself to get a square
4. Array of numbers or symbols
5. Whole number
6. Symbol representing an unknown value
7. Number representing a part of a whole
8. Finding the difference
9. Ordered set of numbers
10. Space between two intersecting lines
11. Likelihood of an event happening
12. Study of shapes and their properties
14. Mathematical constant representing the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter
15. Sharing or grouping numbers
16. Measure of a function's rate of change

30 Clues: Whole numberRepeated additionCombining numbersFraction of a hundredFinding the differenceOrdered set of numbersU-shaped curve in a graphArray of numbers or symbolsSharing or grouping numbersBranch of math using symbolsNumber expressed in base tenStudy of triangles and anglesFinding the area under a curveEquation with a squared variable...

Mathematics2023-08-20

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1. USED IN DIVISION OF FRACTIONS
2. ANOTHER NAME FOR GCD
3. FRACTION WITH 1 AS NUMERATOR
4. DIFFERENT DENOMINATORS
5. ANGLES NEXT TO EACH OTHER
6. AN UNIT OF TIME
7. ONLY EVEN PRIME NUMBER
8. MIXED FRACTION HAS ___ AND A FRACTION
9. NON PRIME NUMBERS
10. 366 DAYS
11. TIME AFTER 12 IN THE AFTERNOON
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2. ODER OF OPERATIONS
3. ANGLE BETWEEN THE CLOCK'S HANDS AT 3'O CLOCK
4. Likes to chase mice
5. Man's best friend
6. QUARTER OF AN HOUR
7. Flying mammal
8. SUM OF ALL SIDES OF A CLOSED FIGURE
9. WHERE TWO RAYS OF ANGLE MEET
10. PLACE VALUE OF 5 IN 9.057
11. Large marsupial
12. 1 DIMENSION
13. Has a trunk
14. NUMBERS WITH NO COMMON FACTOR EXCEPT 1

25 Clues: 366 DAYS1 DIMENSIONHas a trunkFlying mammalLarge marsupialAN UNIT OF TIMEMan's best friendNON PRIME NUMBERSODER OF OPERATIONSQUARTER OF AN HOURLikes to chase miceANGLES ADDING TO 180ANOTHER NAME FOR GCDDIFFERENT DENOMINATORSONLY EVEN PRIME NUMBERPLACE VALUE OF 5 IN 9.057ANGLES NEXT TO EACH OTHERWHERE TWO RAYS OF ANGLE MEET...

mathematics2017-02-13

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1. is a quantity that may change within the context of a mathematical problem or experiment.
2. the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.
3. To factor a number means to break it up into numbers that can be multiplied together to get the original number.
4. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than 1.
5. the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.
6. two or more non-zero denominators is the smallest whole number that is divisible by each of the denominators.
7. numbers is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers, i.e. as a fraction.
8. 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into.
9. says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.
10. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables (like x or y) and operators
11. is a squared (multiplied by itself) number subtracted from another squared number
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2. test of factoring is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
3. number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.
4. solving may include mathematical or systematic operations and can be a gauge of an individual's critical thinking skills.
5. is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.
6. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable.
7. is a number that is bigger than zero. It can be written with a "+" symbol in front of it, or just as a number.
8. a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.
9. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
10. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest.

21 Clues: is written with a minus sign in frontis the greatest factor that divides two numbers.a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into....

Mathematics!2024-09-02

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1. When two shapes or figures have the same size and shape
2. Expressions involving sums of powers of variables with coefficients.
3. Irrational roots expressed without a decimal or fraction.
4. The branch of mathematics dealing with data collection, analysis, and interpretation.
5. The space between two intersecting lines, measured in degrees.
6. The measure of space occupied by a 3D object.
7. The slope or rate of change in a line graph.
8. Numbers that determine a point's position on a grid
9. Branch of mathematics concerned with shapes, sizes, and the properties of space.
10. A mathematical statement that shows two expressions are equal.
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1. Four-sided figure with opposite sides equal.
2. A closed figure with three or more straight sides.
4. A line segment connecting two points on a circle.
5. The mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter.
6. Numbers that denote repeated multiplication.
7. The non-negative value of a number.
8. The value that, when squared, gives the original number.
9. A comparison of two quantities.
10. A line that touches a curve at exactly one point.
11. The midpoint between two or more numbers.

21 Clues: A diamond-shaped quadrilateral.A comparison of two quantities.The non-negative value of a number.The midpoint between two or more numbers.Four-sided figure with opposite sides equal.Numbers that denote repeated multiplication.The slope or rate of change in a line graph.The measure of space occupied by a 3D object....

Mathematics2021-05-27

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1. - add, subtract, multiply and _____.
2. - one way to write a decimal
3. - one in 10 parts
4. - a tool used to measure objects
5. - Ex. 3.2 - 2.9
6. - one in 100 parts
7. - 3.2 + 2.9
8. fraction - a fraction when the numerator is bigger than the denominator
9. numbers - a whole number and decimal
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1. another way to write a fraction
2. number - no fraction or decimal part in the number
3. - one in 1,000 parts
4. problem - a problem with 7 steps used for math
5. - short for mathematics
6. - addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
7. - Ex. 3.2 x 2
8. - number place after ones
9. - changing fractions to decimals
10. - Every decimal needs this
11. - number place before ones

20 Clues: - 3.2 + 2.9- Ex. 3.2 x 2- Ex. 3.2 - 2.9- one in 10 parts- one in 100 parts- one in 1,000 parts- short for mathematics- number place after ones- Every decimal needs this- number place before ones- one way to write a decimalanother way to write a fraction- changing fractions to decimals- a tool used to measure objects...

Mathematics2021-06-08

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1. a number that contains a decimal point
2. the number that is to be subtracted from
4. the result of subtracting one number from another
5. two numbers that create a sum
6. value that appears most often
7. part of a whole
8. bringing two or more number (or things) together to make a new total
9. the number that is to me subracted
10. in the middle
11. the sum divided by the count
13. the difference between the largest number and the smallest numberd
14. parts per 100
15. two values appearing in multiplication equation
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1. factor or number being repeated
2. factor or number of times the other factor is repeated
3. how many parts the whole is divided into
4. the result of dividing one number by another number
5. the result of two numbers added together
6. the number being divided
7. taking one number away from another number
8. the number of groups the dividend is being divided by
9. the result of multiplying two factors
10. splitting into equal parts or groups
11. how many parts we have

26 Clues: in the middleparts per 100part of a wholerepeated additionnumbers added togetherhow many parts we havethe number being dividedthe sum divided by the counttwo numbers that create a sumvalue that appears most oftenfactor or number being repeatedthe number that is to me subractedsplitting into equal parts or groupsthe result of multiplying two factors...

Mathematics2022-05-25

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1. Angle that is less than 90°
2. Multiplied itself by 2 times
3. + -
4. (0,0) in Coordinate Plain
5. 3.14
6. Opposite of Multiplication
7. Inverse of an operation
9. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
10. Angle that is exactly 90°
11. y=mx+b
12. Assumed number value(ex. x)
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1. three sides and three vertices
2. Multiplied itself 3 times
3. Opposite of Division
4. Opposite of Subtraction
5. A mathematical Statement
6. The longest side of a right triangle
7. Angle that is more than 90°
8. whole numbers(Can't be decimal or a fraction)

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bOpposite of DivisionOpposite of AdditionOpposite of SubtractionInverse of an operationA mathematical StatementMultiplied itself 3 times(0,0) in Coordinate PlainAngle that is exactly 90°Opposite of MultiplicationAngle that is less than 90°Angle that is more than 90°Assumed number value(ex. x)Multiplied itself by 2 times...

mathematics2021-08-23

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1. a branch of mathematics dealing with symbols and the rules for manipulating those symbols
2. the amount of space taken up by a 2D shape
3. theoretically proven fact which gives reliably exact answers in experiments
4. a symbol written above and to the right of a mathematical expression to indicate the operation of raising to a power
5. a statement to be true using definitions, theorems, and postulates
6. an assignment of values to the unknown variables that makes the equality in the equation true
7. an unprovable rule
8. an expression of more than two algebraic terms
9. the distance around the edge of a shape.
10. x coordinate
11. a straight line extending from the center of a circle or sphere to the circumference or surface
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1. the branch of mathematics concerned with the shape of individual objects, spatial relationships among various objects, and the properties of surrounding space.
2. The "middle" of a sorted list of numbers.
3. a symbol (usually a letter) standing in for an unknown numerical value in an equation.
4. a line that intersects a system of lines.
5. a statement in math in which two things on equal.
6. y coordinate
7. a fact or a rule written with mathematical symbols
8. a number that reflects the chance or likelihood that a particular event will occur
9. the quality or state of agreeing, coinciding, or being congruent
10. a collection of quantitative data

21 Clues: y coordinatex coordinatean unprovable rulea collection of quantitative datathe distance around the edge of a shape.The "middle" of a sorted list of numbers.a line that intersects a system of lines.the amount of space taken up by a 2D shapean expression of more than two algebraic termsa statement in math in which two things on equal....

MATHEMATICS2023-01-24

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1. the average of a data set, found by adding all numbers together and then dividing the sum of the numbers by the number of numbers.
2. THE LEFTOVER AMOUNT AFTER DECIMAL IN A QUOTIENT
3. a mathematical statement that shows that two mathematical expressions are equal
4. THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS FOR EQUATIONS
5. greater than 90°
6. TO FIND THE SUM OF THE VALUES
7. Any number that can be written as a ratio (or fraction) of two integers is a rational number
8. whose measure is 90° : an angle whose sides are perpendicular to each other
9. the difference between the smallest and highest numbers in a list or set
10. a number that includes negative and positive numbers, including zero. It does not include any decimal or fractional part.
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1. THE SOLUTION TO THE DIVISION PROBLEM,LOCATED ABOVE DIVIDEND
2. a relationship between two expressions or values that are not equal to each other
3. THE VALUE LOCATED ABOVE THE FRACTION IN THE TOP RIGHT CORNER
4. DIVISION WHERE A BAR SEPARATES A DIVIDEND AND DIVISOR
5. measure less than 90 degrees
6. THE FASTER WAY TO ADD VALUE
7. TO TAKE AWAY
8. SEPARATING SOMETHING INTO AN EQUAL/UNEQUAL AMOUNT OF PARTS
9. the number that occurs the highest number of times.
10. a number that consists of a whole and a fractional part.

20 Clues: TO TAKE AWAYgreater than 90°THE FASTER WAY TO ADD VALUEmeasure less than 90 degreesTO FIND THE SUM OF THE VALUESTHE ORDER OF OPERATIONS FOR EQUATIONSTHE LEFTOVER AMOUNT AFTER DECIMAL IN A QUOTIENTthe number that occurs the highest number of times.DIVISION WHERE A BAR SEPARATES A DIVIDEND AND DIVISOR...

mathematics2023-05-17

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1. the whole
2. taking away a number or amount from another number or amount
3. the center of the circle
4. a line that goes around or encloses a circle
5. the process or skill of calculating the total of two or more numbers or amounts
6. the act, process, or an instance of distributing among a number
7. a shape that looks the same and is either smaller or bigger
8. chance of probability
9. the chance for something to occur
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1. the distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle. Also the corresponding line segment from the center to a point on the circle.
2. a negative number
3. taking money out of a bank
4. the repeated addition of groups of equal sizes.
5. the aftermath of an experiment
6. two angles that have a total of 180 degrees
7. two angles that have a total of 90 degrees
8. 3.14
9. a part of a whole
10. represents the fraction of the data that belongs to a given category.
11. the middle of a coordinate plane

20 Clues: 3.14the wholea negative numbera part of a wholechance of probabilitythe center of the circletaking money out of a bankthe aftermath of an experimentthe middle of a coordinate planethe chance for something to occurtwo angles that have a total of 90 degreestwo angles that have a total of 180 degreesa line that goes around or encloses a circle...

mathematics2023-06-06

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1. the size a surface takes up.
2. terms that share the same variable
3. a plane containing two perpendicular axes (x, and y) intersecting at a point called the origin
4. comparison of two(2) quantities by division
5. any unknown represented by a letter
6. the distance between a number and 0 on the number line
7. the largest number that divides the given numbers without leaving any remainder
8. formula used to solve the order of operations
9. any number without a variable
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1. occurs when things are not equal.
2. largest number subtracted from the smallest number
3. contains at least one variable and at least one operation
4. number that occurs most frequently in a set of data
5. the number in front of the variable
6. the set of all whole numbers and their opposites
7. integers and all the numbers in between
8. cost to purchase one of something
9. number in the middle of a set when placed from least to greatest
10. Imperial and customary fluid volume unit for measuring liquids.
11. the average in a set of numbers

20 Clues: the size a surface takes up.any number without a variablethe average in a set of numbersoccurs when things are not equal.cost to purchase one of somethingterms that share the same variablethe number in front of the variableany unknown represented by a letterintegers and all the numbers in betweencomparison of two(2) quantities by division...

Mathematics2023-06-11

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1. (Likelihood of an event)
2. (Manipulating variables)
3. (Combining numbers)
4. (Study of change and motion)
5. (Ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter)
6. (Polygon with four equal sides)
7. (Arrangement of numbers in rows and columns)
9. (Symbol representing an unknown value)
10. (Power of a number)
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1. (Taking away numbers)
2. (Mathematical statement)
3. (Comparison of two quantities)
4. (Longest side of a right triangle)
5. (Splitting into equal parts)
6. (Study of shapes and space)
7. (Polynomial of degree two)
8. (Number divisible by 1 and itself)
9. (Part of a whole)
10. (Polygon with three sides)

20 Clues: (Part of a whole)(Combining numbers)(Power of a number)(Repeating addition)(Taking away numbers)(Mathematical statement)(Likelihood of an event)(Manipulating variables)(Polynomial of degree two)(Polygon with three sides)(Study of shapes and space)(Splitting into equal parts)(Study of change and motion)(Comparison of two quantities)...

Mathematics2018-01-24

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1. 0.115677 rounded to the thousandths place=___?
2. 7-sided polygon
3. 27/4=___and___/___
4. Area of a triangle 7X10
5. Average of 4,5,3,2,6
6. 20=2*?
7. 0.2*0.3=0.___?
8. What is the position of 4 in 231574862891
9. Remaining miles after traveling 80mi on a 100mi trip
10. 10000+3062
11. 2*1=1*2, ____ Property of Multiplication
12. LeastCommonMultiple of 18 and 24
13. What 51% is out of
14. 0.02 in words
15. The number of pears in 10 boxes if 5 pears fit into 1 box
16. Name the second Prime multiple of 21 (i.e. 21=7*?)
17. What the rules of Operations are called
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1. 2/3=?/15
2. 2and1/9 - 1and2/9 = ___/___
3. Perimeter of a 7cmX10cm rectangle = 0.___m?
4. Integers have ____ Numbers, but Whole Numbers Do not.
5. Half circle minus 40degrees
6. What is the Perimeter of a Hexagon with 3cm sides
7. 3and2/3 x 1and1/2=___and___/___
8. Arrange from least to greatest {5,4,0,1}
9. 3and5/8-1and7/8=___and___/___
10. 200cm=?m
11. 6/45 reduced=___/___
12. What do we call Line with an arrow head?

29 Clues: 20=2*?2/3=?/15200cm=?m10000+30620.02 in words0.2*0.3=0.___?7-sided polygon27/4=___and___/___What 51% is out ofAverage of 4,5,3,2,66/45 reduced=___/___Area of a triangle 7X102and1/9 - 1and2/9 = ___/___Half circle minus 40degrees3and5/8-1and7/8=___and___/___3and2/3 x 1and1/2=___and___/___LeastCommonMultiple of 18 and 24...

mathematics2018-02-09

Across
1. is commonly used to describe the measurement of the steepness
2. internal angle
3. expressions that are multiplied together to produce a product
4. done by plotting x & y intercepts
5. a eight-sided shape
6. what is the short term of GREATEST COMMON FACTOR?
7. what is "F" in the foil method
8. horizontal axis of a system of coordinates
9. the axes of a 2 dimensional cartesian system
10. who discovered cartesian plane
11. each of a group of number used to indicate the position of a point,line or plane
12. was introduced in europe in 1202 in fibonacci's liber abaci
13. the number below the line in a common fraction
14. a seven-sided shape
15. kind of mental activity that involves making conclusions by guessing
16. what is the short term of LEAST COMMON FACTOR?
17. what is 4 by word
18. is arriving of specific conclusions based on some accepted general statements
19. what is "I" in the foil method
20. is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and/or the denominator are polynomials
21. usually along which the ordinate is measured
22. this shape has 3 sides
23. what is "O" in the foil method
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1. what is "L" in the foil method
2. in what country introduced the lattice multiplication?
3. is an inference made based on the assumption
4. is the number whose absolute value
5. mostly refers to that element of an ordered pairc
6. is a number that can be written without a fractional component
7. the slopes are not equal
8. contains fractional expression in either the numerator or the denominator
9. a five sided shape
10. -
11. the graphs of the equations overlapping each other
12. not consistent or having a fixed pattern
13. is obtaining a conclusion
14. represents a part of a whole or more generally,any number of equal parts
15. means to "measure the earth"
16. is the point where they intersect
17. +
18. what is 3 by word
19. a six-sided shape

42 Clues: -+internal anglewhat is 4 by wordwhat is 3 by worda six-sided shapea five sided shapea eight-sided shapea seven-sided shapethis shape has 3 sidesthe slopes are not equalis obtaining a conclusionmeans to "measure the earth"what is "L" in the foil methodwhat is "F" in the foil methodwho discovered cartesian planewhat is "I" in the foil method...

Mathematics2021-12-07

Across
1. Numeral system which uses 0-9 and A-F
2. Six-sided polygon
3. Numbers 2,13,57 are all ________
4. Greek letter used to represent a sum in a series
5. repeated exponentiation
6. Platonic solid with the most (20) faces
7. Simplest platonic solid, also known as a triangular pyramid
8. Statement thought to be true but which proof is not yet known
9. Symbol used for the roots of numbers
10. The square root of -1 is ______
11. The Pythagoreans believed that all even numbers are _______
12. Arabic numbers were invented in _______
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1. The Abel-Ruffini theorem states a formula for solving _______ functions cannot exist
3. Founder of set theory
4. This polygon cannot be constructed with a compass and a ruler
5. Ten to the power of hundred
6. The ______ conjecture is the only Millenium Prize Problem solved so far. It was solved in 2003 by Grigori Perelman, who later declined the \$1,000,000 prize money.
7. Famous philosopher, who invented the convention of representing unknowns in equations by x and y
8. By gluing together two sides of a tape you get a one sided surface named the _______ strip
9. This number has no roman numeral representation
10. In _____ arithmetic numbers "wrap around" when reaching a certain value. It is often called clock arithmetic.
11. Statement assumed to be true
12. Field of mathematics in which a donut and a cup are considered equal
13. The plus sign (+) originally stood for this Latin word
14. Less than zero
15. Written at the end of a proof
16. Earliest known mathematician
17. Lemniscate is the shape of what mathematical symbol?
18. Number of colours required to colour any map so that no adjacent regions have the same colour

31 Clues: Less than zeroSix-sided polygonFounder of set theoryrepeated exponentiationTen to the power of hundredSelf-contradictory statementStatement assumed to be trueEarliest known mathematicianWritten at the end of a proofThe square root of -1 is ______Numbers 2,13,57 are all ________Symbol used for the roots of numbers...

mathematics2023-07-30

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1. the line segment forming a polygons are called its __________
2. the meeting point of a pair of sides of a polygon is called its _________
3. 4 sided polygon
4. it is the represent of a information through pictures
5. 6 sided polygon
6. this order means arrangement from greatest to smallest
7. 8 sided polygon
8. 5 sided polygon
9. a simple closed figure is called a _________
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1. this order means arrangement from smallest to greatest
2. _______ is a fraction in which the denominator are 10,100,1000 etc
3. ________ triangle has all three sides equal
4. 3 sided polygon
5. _______ is information in form of numerical figure
6. ________ triangle has all three sides unequal
7. ________ triangle has two of its sides equal
8. __________ of whole number can't be defined
9. 7sided polygon
10. number starting from 1 is called _________
11. number starting from 0 is called _________

20 Clues: 7sided polygon4 sided polygon3 sided polygon6 sided polygon8 sided polygon5 sided polygonnumber starting from 1 is called _________number starting from 0 is called _________________ triangle has all three sides equal__________ of whole number can't be defined________ triangle has two of its sides equala simple closed figure is called a _________...

Mathematics2023-11-17

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1. moving an object some degrees around
2. three sided shape
3. below 0
4. many numbers together with symbols not including an equals sign
5. adding a number multiple times
6. many numbers together with symbols incuding an equals sign
8. translation, rotation, or reflection
9. letters of the Alphabet in equations
11. a number
12. plot these on graphs
13. above 0
14. opposite of multiplication
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1. 2 numbers put together
2. moves from one place to another
3. to the power of
4. can graph lines on it
5. the same object, but its flipped
6. figures
7. takes an amount away from a number
8. measure of the angles
9. solving the parenthesis wiith a number infront

23 Clues: below 0figuresabove 0a numberto the power ofthree sided shapeanswer to a questionplot these on graphscan graph lines on itmeasure of the angles2 numbers put togetheropposite of multiplicationadding a number multiple timesmoves from one place to anotherthe same object, but its flippedtakes an amount away from a number...

Mathematics2024-05-31

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1. - Money set aside for future use rather than spent immediately.
2. - A plan for managing income and expenses over a specific period.
3. - The original sum of money borrowed or invested.
4. - A number that divides another number without leaving a remainder.
5. - A fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator.
6. Rate - The percentage of a loan that is charged as interest to the borrower.
7. - The number that is raised to a power.
8. - Money paid regularly at a particular rate for the use of money lent or for delaying the repayment of a debt.
9. - A number that tells how many times the base is multiplied by itself.
10. - The number to be divided in a division operation.
11. - A number that represents part of a whole.
12. - The result of multiplying two or more numbers.
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1. Number - A combination of a whole number and a fraction.
2. - To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.
3. - A type of integer that represents values less than zero.
4. - The top number in a fraction, representing the part of the whole.
5. - Another name for an exponent.
6. - The process of expressing a number as the product of its prime factors.
7. - A mathematical operation that involves raising a base to a power.
8. Value - The value of a digit based on its position in a number.
9. - A type of integer that represents values greater than zero.
11. - The integer that represents neither a positive nor a negative value.
12. - The bottom number in a fraction, representing the total number of equal parts.

24 Clues: - Another name for an exponent.- The number that is raised to a power.- To reduce a fraction to its lowest terms.- A number that represents part of a whole.- The result of multiplying two or more numbers.- The original sum of money borrowed or invested.- The number to be divided in a division operation....

MATHEMATICS2024-09-04

Across
1. Sum of Binomial coefficients in (a+b)^4 expansion
2. Portion of a circle
3. (1/10th) of a US Dollar
4. A Latin word meaning 100
5. This prefix means "ten"
6. A smooth curve joining two points
7. A list or a note explaining meaning of each symbol on a graph
8. x in a^x form
9. A decimal based system of measurement
10. Ratio of distance travelled to time taken
11. A number that divides the given number leaving zero remainder
12. Opposite of exponentiation
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1. Real number which are less than zero
2. A unit of linear measure
3. One part in every hundred
4. 250 in Roman Number
5. ___radians made in 1 sec by a wheel which makes 360 revolutions in 1min
6. This is also HCF of given number
7. Mathematician who invented Calculus
8. An acronym used to remember the correct order of operations for solving algebraic equations
9. Number of subsets in a set containing 3 elements
10. A type of inequality

22 Clues: x in a^x formPortion of a circle250 in Roman NumberA type of inequality(1/10th) of a US DollarThis prefix means "ten"A unit of linear measureA Latin word meaning 100One part in every hundredOpposite of exponentiationThis is also HCF of given numberA smooth curve joining two pointsMathematician who invented Calculus...

mathematics2012-12-29

Across
1. the line segment forming a polygons are called its __________
2. the meeting point of a pair of sides of a polygon is called its _________
3. 4 sided polygon
4. it is the represent of a information through pictures
5. 6 sided polygon
6. this order means arrangement from greatest to smallest
7. 8 sided polygon
8. 5 sided polygon
9. a simple closed figure is called a _________
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1. this order means arrangement from smallest to greatest
2. _______ is a fraction in which the denominator are 10,100,1000 etc
3. ________ triangle has all three sides equal
4. 3 sided polygon
5. _______ is information in form of numerical figure
6. ________ triangle has all three sides unequal
7. ________ triangle has two of its sides equal
8. __________ of whole number can't be defined
9. 7sided polygon
10. number starting from 1 is called _________
11. number starting from 0 is called _________

20 Clues: 7sided polygon4 sided polygon3 sided polygon6 sided polygon8 sided polygon5 sided polygonnumber starting from 1 is called _________number starting from 0 is called _________________ triangle has all three sides equal__________ of whole number can't be defined________ triangle has two of its sides equala simple closed figure is called a _________...

Mathematics2014-04-23

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1. ____ graph /rysunek/
2. r in an=a1+(n-1)r is ___ difference
3. for W(x)=x^3-5x^2+7x-3 numbers {-3,-1,1,3} are possible...
4. an _________ angle is an angle formed by two sides of a polygon that share an endpoint
5. – it is a line that intersects a circle at two points
6. q in an=a1*q^n-1 is ___ factor
7. an _______ triangle has two of its sides equal in length
8. a linear system that has a solution is...
9. for function az+b/cz+d formula of one of them is y=a/c
10. a polygon with five sides
11. circle________ about a triangle /rysunek/
12. /rysunek/ W is...
13. the total distance around the edge of a figure or shape.
14. - a line from the center of a circle to a point on the circle
15. ___ function /rysunek/
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1. sequence 5/n^2 deverges to ___
2. formula a1=5, an=an-1+3 is...
3. an ______ angle is an angle with a measure greater than 90°
4. the longest side of a right triangle. The side opposite the right angle
5. function between ordered sets that preserves the given order
6. set of argument values for which the function is defined
7. it is a line segment that links two vertices of a polygon that are not adjacent
8. lines are ______ if they lie in the same plane, and are the same distance apart over their entire length
9. (a, a*q, a*q^2, ...) is ___ progression
10. a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel
11. movement from one point to another in the same direction and over the same distance, without any rotation, reflection, or change in size
12. W(x)=Q(x)*P(x)+R(x), R(x) is...
13. ____ graph /rysunek/
14. all the output values of a function
15. value that a function or sequence "approaches"

30 Clues: /rysunek/ W is...____ graph /rysunek/____ graph /rysunek/___ function /rysunek/a polygon with five sidesformula a1=5, an=an-1+3 is...sequence 5/n^2 deverges to ___q in an=a1*q^n-1 is ___ factorW(x)=Q(x)*P(x)+R(x), R(x) is...r in an=a1+(n-1)r is ___ differenceall the output values of a function(a, a*q, a*q^2, ...) is ___ progression...

Mathematics2015-08-13

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1. the middle number of set
2. ________________ Theorem
3. the amount of space within a shape
4. the same
5. a mathematical statement that shows that 2 expressions are equal
6. the basic equation of a ___________ equation is y=mx+c
7. the space between 2 circles which share the same centre point
8. an angle inside a polygon
9. 1000000mg in 1 ________
10. 1000 ________ is 1 kilogram
11. irrational numbers
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1. the average
2. the top number of a fraction
3. the process of timesing 2 numbers together
4. an unknown number
5. a triangle with 2 equal sides and one different side
6. a triangle with 3 different sides
7. the area within a 3D shape
8. the largest number minus the smallest number in a set
9. the space between 2 intersecting lines
10. to reduce a number to its most basic form
11. the proportion of something compared to another
12. 100 centimetres
13. the gradient is determined by _________ over run
14. to work out the slope, rise over __________ is used.

25 Clues: the samethe average100 centimetresan unknown numberirrational numbers1000000mg in 1 ________the middle number of set________________ Theoreman angle inside a polygonthe area within a 3D shape1000 ________ is 1 kilogramthe top number of a fractiona triangle with 3 different sidesthe amount of space within a shape...

MATHEMATICS2015-11-02

Across
1. is a line segment joining two nonconsecutive vertices of a polygon or polyhedron. Informally, any sloping line is called diagonal.
2. is a regular quadrilateral that has four equal sides and four equal angles
3. are points where sides meet
4. Angle are angles that occur one right after the other. Consecutive angles are on either end of the same line segment in a polygon.
5. lines are lines that never meet
6. Angles are two Angles when they add up to 180 degrees
7. is a flat shape with 4 equal straight sides. It looks like a diamond. . All sides have equal length.
8. Pairs are Adjacent supplementary angles
9. Lines are lines that intersect at right angles to each other
10. is a four sided shape that has two sides that are parallel and two sides that are not parallel
11. are qual angles
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1. is a four sided shape that is made up of two pairs of parallel lines and that has four right angles; a shape in which one pair is longer than the other pair
2. are corresponding parts refer to the exact same shape
3. Sides are two sides that appears one right after another and that share an endpoint.
4. Angles are Angles whose measures add up to 90 degrees
5. points are points that lie on the same plane
6. Sides are sides that are not adjacent.
7. is four sided shape made up of two pairs of straight parallel lines that are equal in length
8. is a polygon with four edges (or sides) and four vertices or corners.
9. are Equal sides
10. Triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length and sometimes having at least two sides of equal length
11. is a line that cuts in half
12. is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equal-length sides that are adjacent to each other.
13. segment is a segment that connects the midpoints of two sides of a triangle.

24 Clues: are Equal sidesare qual anglesare points where sides meetis a line that cuts in halflines are lines that never meetSides are sides that are not adjacent.Pairs are Adjacent supplementary anglespoints are points that lie on the same planeare corresponding parts refer to the exact same shapeAngles are Angles whose measures add up to 90 degrees...

Mathematics2018-05-20

Across
1. A line segment between two vertices in a graph (graph theory) or geometric shape..
2. The symbol representing an nth root,.
3. A number that is added to another number
4. 1. A unit of angle, commonly representing one-ninetieth of a right angle.
5. The deviation from being perfectly circular.
6. The locus of a point on the circumference of a circle rolling inside of another circle.
7. A method of inference which attempts to "justify" conclusions by applying rules of inference on the premises of the argument and other such conclusions.
8. A type of discontinuity, where the hole is a point whose inclusion into the curve would make the curve continuous.
9. Also known as extraction, the process of finding a root of a number. The opposite process is called involution.
10. An equivalence relation indicating two mathematical sentences to be necessary and sufficient conditon of each other.
11. The centre of a circle which goes through all vertices of a triangle.
12. A controlled process for making observations and gathering data.
13. A beam or such similar structures which is anchored at only one end such that it resists rotation under load.
14. An unproven (but also not disproven) assertion considered/assumed/proposed to be true.
15. Rewriting a mathematical expression in an equivalent form that is considered to be longer or more complicated
16. A measure of angle which is the ratio of the arc length to the radius formed by a circular arc with the angle.
17. The condition of an expression of 2 variables that is linear while considering individually each variable (while the other variable is fixed.)
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1. An SI derived unit of radioacitivity denoted by the symbol Bq.
2. The segment of the perpendicular bisector of a side of a regular polygon that runs between the centre and the side.
3. A surface formed by the rotation of a catenary.
4. A particular unit within a set of units of the same type. (e.g. CMwithin the set of units for lengths.)
5. The process of splitting a mathematical object into two or more objects of the same type, such as fractions, functions or matrices.
6. A branch of mathematics, the study of (infinitely many) infinitesimalquantities (which may be changing).
7. A value under which a whole number of tenths of data fall.
8. Also known as indefinite integration
9. A plane figure with 2 right angles.
10. A measure of how little an approximation deviates from the true value
11. An informal name for symbol ∩, used to denote intersection of sets that is easier to say than the polysyllabic "intersection".
12. A polynomial with two terms.
13. A six-sided polygon.

30 Clues: A six-sided polygon.A polynomial with two terms.A plane figure with 2 right angles.Also known as indefinite integrationThe symbol representing an nth root,.A number that is added to another numberThe deviation from being perfectly circular.A surface formed by the rotation of a catenary.A value under which a whole number of tenths of data fall....

Mathematics2020-04-16

Across
1. A ratio or fraction with the denominator of 100
2. A polygon with 5 sides
3. A number above 0
4. An angle below 90 degrees
5. the solution to a division problem
6. A unit measure equal to 3 feet, Usually used in football
7. A shape with 3 sides
8. A number below 0
9. The bottom of a shape
10. The answer to a subtraction problem
11. Refers to addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.
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1. A polygon with 7 sides
2. A polygon with 8 sides
3. the measure of how heavy something is
4. A polygon with 6 sides
5. An angle above 90 degrees
6. A round shape
7. A whole number that is not divisible by two
8. the solution to an addition problem
9. An angle that's 90 degrees
10. A number that can be divided by two.
11. The area of a circle
12. Two-dimensional shapes
13. The space taken up by an object or shape
14. the solution to a multiplication problem.

25 Clues: A round shapeA number above 0A number below 0The area of a circleA shape with 3 sidesThe bottom of a shapeA polygon with 7 sidesA polygon with 5 sidesA polygon with 8 sidesA polygon with 6 sidesTwo-dimensional shapesAn angle above 90 degreesAn angle below 90 degreesAn angle that's 90 degreesthe solution to a division problem...

Mathematics2019-05-14

Across
1. the word after the number in a math problem.
2. a point where two or more curves or edges meet.
3. the relation between two expressions that are not equal employing a sign as > <.
4. when two lines cross.
5. the point which is equal distance from all points on the circle.
6. an accurate representation of the distribution of numerical data.
7. the ratio of the length in a drawing or model to the length on the real thing.
8. an observation point that is distant from other observations.
9. a path that surrounds a two-dimensional shape.
10. when the object on the graph is either being multiplied or divided.
11. each of the quantities in a ratio, series or mathematical expression
12. the complete set of possible values of the independent variable.
13. how much a data sample is scattered.
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1. a relationship or expression involving one or more variables.
2. movement of an object either moving up, down, left or right.
3. made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis.
4. the answer to a math problem.
5. a number or algebraic expression by which another is exactly divisible.
6. a transformation where the shape is the same on both sides.
7. of or expressed by a mathematical exponent.
8. a statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal.
9. a calculation from zero or more input values to an output value
10. a number that describes both the direction and steepness of the line.
11. the difference between the lowest and highest values.
12. move the variable or number by itself.

25 Clues: when two lines cross.the answer to a math problem.how much a data sample is scattered.move the variable or number by itself.of or expressed by a mathematical exponent.the word after the number in a math problem.a path that surrounds a two-dimensional shape.a point where two or more curves or edges meet....

mathematics2017-02-13

Across
1. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
2. the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.
3. solving may include mathematical or systematic operations and can be a gauge of an individual's critical thinking skills.
4. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables (like x or y) and operators
5. the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.
6. is a number that is bigger than zero. It can be written with a "+" symbol in front of it, or just as a number.
7. number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.
8. says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.
9. To factor a number means to break it up into numbers that can be multiplied together to get the original number.
10. two or more non-zero denominators is the smallest whole number that is divisible by each of the denominators.
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1. numbers is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers, i.e. as a fraction.
2. is a squared (multiplied by itself) number subtracted from another squared number
3. is a quantity that may change within the context of a mathematical problem or experiment.
4. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest.
5. is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.
7. a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.
8. 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into.
9. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable.
10. test of factoring is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
11. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than 1.
12. fraction is a fraction where the numerator, denominator, or both contain a fraction.

22 Clues: is written with a minus sign in frontis the greatest factor that divides two numbers.a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into....

Mathematics2018-01-07

Across
1. A fraction where the top is larger than the bottom
2. The distance measured around a circle
3. An opposite of a number
4. The bottom variable or number in a fraction
5. Numbers that can be expressed as a fraction
6. A number that cannot be expressed as a fraction
7. Letters that represent a numerical factor
8. A number placed in front of a variable
9. Angle with a common side or vertex
10. The vertical axis in a coordinate graph
11. An type of equation that results in a straight line when plotted in a coordinate graph
12. The four divisions present in a coordinate graph
13. A positive or negative number that expresses the power in which the quantity is raised or lowered
14. The intersection point of two number lines in a coordinate graph
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1. A product of equal factors
2. The top variable or number in a fraction
3. An algebraic expression containing only one term
4. The boundary of a shape
5. The process of expressing an algebraic expression as a product of its factors
6. An object or member in a set
7. An algebraic expression consisting of three terms
8. An angle that is below 90 degrees
9. The middle object in an ordered group
10. The multiplicative inverse of a number
11. The horizontal axis in a coordinate graph
12. Algebraic expression that contains two terms
13. A number less than zero
14. The measurement unit of an angle
15. A symbol which expresses as a part of a whole
16. The space inside a shape

30 Clues: The boundary of a shapeAn opposite of a numberA number less than zeroThe space inside a shapeA product of equal factorsAn object or member in a setThe measurement unit of an angleAn angle that is below 90 degreesAngle with a common side or vertexThe distance measured around a circleThe middle object in an ordered group...

Mathematics2018-01-08

Across
1. A fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
2. The smallest multiple common to two or more factors
3. The top symbol in a fraction
4. An algebraic expression which consists of three terms
5. The vertical axis on a coordinate graph
6. The process of expressing an algebraic fraction as a product of its factors
7. The largest common factor between two or more numbers
8. The point where lines intersect
9. An algebraic expression that contains two terms
10. The bottom symbol in a fraction
11. An intersection point in a coordinate graph
12. The multiplicative inverse of a number
13. The measurement unit of an angle
14. The middle item in an ordered group
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1. A type of equation that results in a straight line when plotted in a coordinate graph
2. A product of equal factors
3. The four divisions in a coordinate graph
4. The first number in an ordered pair
5. An algebraic expression that consists of only one term
6. The number placed in front of a variable
7. A number that can be written as a ratio
8. A number that cannot be written as a fraction
9. The second number in a ordered pair
10. They are used to plot points in a coordinate graph
11. An equation that shows the relationship between variables
12. A symbol that stands for a number
13. A number greater than zero
14. The horizontal axis on a coordinate graph
15. A number less than zero
16. The space within a shape

30 Clues: A number less than zeroThe space within a shapeA product of equal factorsA number greater than zeroThe top symbol in a fractionThe point where lines intersectThe bottom symbol in a fractionThe measurement unit of an angleA symbol that stands for a numberThe first number in an ordered pairThe second number in a ordered pair...

Mathematics2018-01-08

Across
1. The smallest multiple common to two or more factors
2. The middle item in an ordered group
3. An equation that shows the relationship between variables
4. An algebraic expression that consists of only one term
5. The top symbol in a fraction
6. The number placed in front of a variable
7. The bottom symbol in a fraction
8. A number less than zero
9. The second number in a ordered pair
10. The space within a shape
11. An algebraic expression that contains two terms
12. The first number in an ordered pair
13. A number that can be written as a ratio
14. A number greater than zero
15. A symbol that stands for a number
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1. A product of equal factors
2. A type of equation that results in a straight line when plotted in a coordinate graph
3. The four divisions in a coordinate graph
4. The multiplicative inverse of a number
5. The measurement unit of an angle
6. The largest common factor between two or more numbers
7. The process of expressing an algebraic fraction as a product of its factors
8. An algebraic expression which consists of three terms
9. An intersection point in a coordinate graph
10. The point where lines intersect
11. A fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
12. They are used to plot points in a coordinate graph
13. The horizontal axis on a coordinate graph
14. A number that cannot be written as a fraction
15. The vertical axis on a coordinate graph

30 Clues: A number less than zeroThe space within a shapeA product of equal factorsA number greater than zeroThe top symbol in a fractionThe bottom symbol in a fractionThe point where lines intersectThe measurement unit of an angleA symbol that stands for a numberThe middle item in an ordered groupThe second number in a ordered pair...

Mathematics2017-12-07

Across
1. FΔt
2. A function f is ______ if f(x) = f(−x) for all x in the domain
3. (a + b) + c = a + (b + c)
4. Mass of the object times its velocity
5. ∀a,â∈A, a≠â then f(a)≠f(â)
6. a1 = 1a = a
7. a⋅b=│a││b│cosθ
8. A function f is _______ with period X if f(x) = f(x + X) for all x in the domain
9. F= -kΔx
10. λ(a + b) = λa + λb
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1. The energy an object has due to its motion
2. ∀b∈B, Ǝa∈A:f(a)=b
3. │a+b│≤│a│+│b│
4. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction
5. A numerical property of a population is called a _______
6. F=(mv^2)/r
7. 'Assume result is true for an arbitrary value n = k.'
8. If y0(x0) = 0 and y''(x0) < 0, then y(x) has a local _______ at x0.
9. A numerical property of a sample is called a _______
10. As n→∞ 1/n _______ to 0

20 Clues: FΔtF= -kΔxF=(mv^2)/ra1 = 1a = a│a+b│≤│a│+│b│a⋅b=│a││b│cosθ∀b∈B, Ǝa∈A:f(a)=bλ(a + b) = λa + λbAs n→∞ 1/n _______ to 0(a + b) + c = a + (b + c)∀a,â∈A, a≠â then f(a)≠f(â)Mass of the object times its velocityThe energy an object has due to its motionEvery action has an equal and opposite reactionA numerical property of a sample is called a _______...

Mathematics2020-10-19

Across
1. Solve the inequality: 6a-3/a+1<3
2. What is the horizontal asymptote of y=x+5/x-9?
3. Analyze the inequality of x+8/x-6<0
4. What is the inequality of this equation: x+6/x-4<0
5. Identify the rational inequality of x+9/x+3<0
6. Solve this rational inequality: x+3/x-4 <0
7. What is the rarional function of 2/x=4/6x+1
8. What is the rational equatikn of 1/x=9/3x+3
9. Find the y-intercept of y=(x-6)(x+3)/(x-3)(x-2)
10. Find the zeroes of y=3x+5/x+3
11. If f(x)= 2x+1 find x=3
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1. Find the vertical asymptote of y=x-6/x+3
2. Inequality of x+24/x-6<0
3. Solve the rational equation of b+8/4b^2+6/2b^2=b+2/2b^2
4. If f(x)=x-5 find x=4
5. If h(n)=n^2-4n+9 find n(-3)
6. Find the rational function of 1/x=4/2x+2
7. Evaluate f(x)=5x-5 find x=4
8. Rational equation of 1/n-8 -1=5/n-8
9. Vertical asymptote of y=9x+5/x-3

20 Clues: If f(x)=x-5 find x=4If f(x)= 2x+1 find x=3Inequality of x+24/x-6<0If h(n)=n^2-4n+9 find n(-3)Evaluate f(x)=5x-5 find x=4Find the zeroes of y=3x+5/x+3Solve the inequality: 6a-3/a+1<3Vertical asymptote of y=9x+5/x-3Analyze the inequality of x+8/x-6<0Rational equation of 1/n-8 -1=5/n-8Find the vertical asymptote of y=x-6/x+3...

MATHEMATICS2018-11-26

Across
1. the division ends or terminates with a remainder of zero.
2. all counting numbers including zero
3. property which means changing the order of the addends does not change the sum.
4. the line between numerator and denominator.
5. we are looking for the result when a quantity has been decreased.
6. numerator is less than the denominator
7. Number consists of a whole number and a fraction.
8. is a ratio that compares different kinds of units.
9. 7 is the square_____of 49.
10. number is divisible by 2 if the number is____
11. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 are called____.
12. are fractions in which numerator is greater than the denominator.
13. if we are looking for the whole or total.
14. also written in decimal form.
15. Latin word for Decimal.
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1. Latin word for Percent, which means for each one hundred.
2. can simplify multiplication.
3. the number used as a factor
4. suffixes used in decimal places.
5. When numerator and denominator of a fraction is interchanged.
6. if the numbers ends in 0 or 5, is divisible by______.
7. numbers with exactly two factors,namely 1 and itself.
9. numbers is a counting number with more than two factors.
10. any number raised to zero is____.
11. is the comparison of two numbers or quantities with same unit of measure.
12. are used a place holders.
13. has no reciprocal.
14. tells how many times the base is used as a factor.

30 Clues: answer in divisionhas no reciprocal.Latin word for Decimal.are used a place holders.answer in multiplication.7 is the square_____of 49.the number used as a factorcan simplify multiplication.also written in decimal form.suffixes used in decimal places.any number raised to zero is____.all counting numbers including zero...

Mathematics2022-05-25

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1. Angle that is less than 90°
2. Multiplied itself by 2 times
3. + -
4. (0,0) in Coordinate Plain
5. 3.14
6. Opposite of Multiplication
7. Inverse of an operation
9. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
10. Angle that is exactly 90°
11. y=mx+b
12. Assumed number value(ex. x)
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1. three sides and three vertices
2. Multiplied itself 3 times
3. Opposite of Division
4. Opposite of Subtraction
5. A mathematical Statement
6. The longest side of a right triangle
7. Angle that is more than 90°
8. whole numbers(Can't be decimal or a fraction)

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bOpposite of DivisionOpposite of AdditionOpposite of SubtractionInverse of an operationA mathematical StatementMultiplied itself 3 times(0,0) in Coordinate PlainAngle that is exactly 90°Opposite of MultiplicationAngle that is less than 90°Angle that is more than 90°Assumed number value(ex. x)Multiplied itself by 2 times...

mathematics2023-05-17

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1. the whole
2. taking away a number or amount from another number or amount
3. the center of the circle
4. a line that goes around or encloses a circle
5. the process or skill of calculating the total of two or more numbers or amounts
6. the act, process, or an instance of distributing among a number
7. a shape that looks the same and is either smaller or bigger
8. chance of probability
9. the chance for something to occur
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1. the distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle. Also the corresponding line segment from the center to a point on the circle.
2. a negative number
3. taking money out of a bank
4. the repeated addition of groups of equal sizes.
5. the aftermath of an experiment
6. two angles that have a total of 180 degrees
7. two angles that have a total of 90 degrees
8. 3.14
9. a part of a whole
10. represents the fraction of the data that belongs to a given category.
11. the middle of a coordinate plane

20 Clues: 3.14the wholea negative numbera part of a wholechance of probabilitythe center of the circletaking money out of a bankthe aftermath of an experimentthe middle of a coordinate planethe chance for something to occurtwo angles that have a total of 90 degreestwo angles that have a total of 180 degreesa line that goes around or encloses a circle...

mathematics2023-05-17

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1. the whole
2. taking away a number or amount from another number or amount
3. the center of the circle
4. a line that goes around or encloses a circle
5. the process or skill of calculating the total of two or more numbers or amounts
6. the act, process, or an instance of distributing among a number
7. a shape that looks the same and is either smaller or bigger
8. chance of probability
9. the chance for something to occur
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1. the distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle. Also the corresponding line segment from the center to a point on the circle.
2. a negative number
3. taking money out of a bank
4. the repeated addition of groups of equal sizes.
5. the aftermath of an experiment
6. two angles that have a total of 180 degrees
7. two angles that have a total of 90 degrees
8. 3.14
9. a part of a whole
10. represents the fraction of the data that belongs to a given category.
11. the middle of a coordinate plane

20 Clues: 3.14the wholea negative numbera part of a wholechance of probabilitythe center of the circletaking money out of a bankthe aftermath of an experimentthe middle of a coordinate planethe chance for something to occurtwo angles that have a total of 90 degreestwo angles that have a total of 180 degreesa line that goes around or encloses a circle...

Mathematics2013-09-24

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1. / The measurement of something from end to end
2. / To take away from a number
3. / Opposite to negative
4. / An instrument used to draw circles or arcs
5. / When two things are the same length, they are _ in length
6. / A unit of length, equal to 1000 metres
7. / A unit of length, equal to 100 centimetres
8. / A visual representation, showing relation between variables
9. / The space between two things
10. / The quantities in a ratio/series/mathematical expression
11. / An instrument for measuring angles
12. / The space (measured in degrees) between two intersecting lines
13. / Increase greatly in number
14. / Separate or be separated into parts
15. / Adding on to a number
16. / A procedure for accomplishing something
17. / Opposite to positive
18. / A procedure for achieving something, represented in symbols
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1. / The part of maths where letters are used to represent variable numbers
2. / A plan of action designed to achieve a goal
3. / An order in which events/things follow each other
4. / A triangle of which all sides are equal
5. / A six sided 3D shape
6. / A strip of marked plastic, used to measure somethings length
7. / A rounded 3D shape
8. / A number quantity that is not whole
9. / A repeated design
10. / A number quantity that is not whole, represented by a point
11. / A ten sided 2D shape
12. / A six sided 2D shape

30 Clues: / A repeated design/ A rounded 3D shape/ Opposite to negative/ A six sided 3D shape/ A ten sided 2D shape/ A six sided 2D shape/ Opposite to positive/ Adding on to a number/ To take away from a number/ Increase greatly in number/ The space between two things/ An instrument for measuring angles/ A number quantity that is not whole...

Mathematics2013-02-02

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1. quadrilateral with all sides equal but diagonals unequal
2. lines that meet a circle only in one point are called _____
3. the ____ of a plane figure is the measure of the surface enclosed by its boundary
4. quadrilateral with opposite sides and diagonals equal
5. Who's volume is l*b*h
6. b*b-4ac is called the _____ of an equation
7. this term had the value of 1.73
8. the _____ of a plane figure is the length of its boundary
9. a polynomial with degree 2 is called a ______ polynomial
10. a line which intersects a circle in two distinct points is called a ______
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1. three points A B & C are _____ points if they lie on the same line
2. ______ is a concept which numerically measures the degree of certainty d the occurrence of events
3. a polynomial with degree 4 is called a ______ polynomial
4. a polynomial with degree 3 is called a _____ polynomial
5. a triangle who's all sides are equal
6. two geometric shapes which have the same shape and size are known as _____ figures
7. a polynomial with degree 1 is called a _____ polynomial
8. geometric shapes which have the same shape but different sizes are known as _____ figures
9. the point of intersection of medians of a triangle
10. _____ is a quadrilateral with all sides and diagonals equal

20 Clues: Who's volume is l*b*hthis term had the value of 1.73a triangle who's all sides are equalb*b-4ac is called the _____ of an equationthe point of intersection of medians of a trianglequadrilateral with opposite sides and diagonals equala polynomial with degree 3 is called a _____ polynomiala polynomial with degree 1 is called a _____ polynomial...

Mathematics2022-09-26

Across
1. a number less than four but greater than two
2. an alphabet or term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity
3. a number less than nine but greater than seven
4. calculating a value using operands and a math operator
5. sets having a finite/countable number of members
6. a number greater than six but less than eight
7. the quantitative relation between two amounts showing the number of times one value contains or is contained within the other
8. the smallest natural number
9. the distance from zero that a number is on the number line, without considering direction
10. the set that does not contain anything
11. a set whose elements can not be counted
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1. set of numbers or variables combined using the operations + , – , × o r ÷
2. has a value of 3.14
3. process of combining two or more numbers
4. branch of mathematics that deals with the measurement, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids
5. branch of mathematics that helps in the representation of problems or situations in the form of mathematical expressions
6. a whole number (not a fractional number) that can be positive, negative, or zero
7. process of splitting a specific amount into equal parts
8. A fixed value
9. any collection of objects (elements), which may be mathematical (e.g., numbers and functions) or not
10. arithmetic value used to represent quantity

21 Clues: A fixed valuehas a value of 3.14the smallest natural numberthe set that does not contain anythinga set whose elements can not be countedprocess of combining two or more numbersarithmetic value used to represent quantitya number less than four but greater than twoa number greater than six but less than eight...

Mathematics2020-04-24

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1. Three sided figure
2. To bring two or more numbers together
3. An expression of two or more algebraic terms
4. A quantity representing the power to which a given number or expression is to be raised
5. relative between sets and values in math
6. A statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal
7. Take away ( a number or amount) from another to calculate the difference
8. Resembling without being identical
9. line A line which runs up and down a page
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1. A branch of mathematics dealing with the relations of sides and angles of triangles and with the relevant of any angles
2. Belonging to two or more quantities
3. A quality expressed as a sum
4. A number when multiplied by another provides a given number or expression
5. A diagram representing a system of connections or interrelations among two or more things
6. Find how many times a number contains another
7. Plane figure with four equal straight sides
8. Able to be represented by a straight line on a graph
9. involving the second and no higher power of an unknown quantity or variable
10. Result of subtracting one number from another
11. Obtain from ( a number) another that contains the first number a specified number of times

20 Clues: Three sided figureA quality expressed as a sumResembling without being identicalBelonging to two or more quantitiesTo bring two or more numbers togetherrelative between sets and values in mathline A line which runs up and down a pagePlane figure with four equal straight sidesAn expression of two or more algebraic terms...

mathematics2022-05-20

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1. steepness of line
2. half of diameter
3. A problem where x is equal to a number
4. problem were you use the signs <,>, or =
5. V=πr2h
6. going through a certain point
7. appears most frequently
8. 3d triangle with smooth sides
9. relies on two or more other variables.
10. line through circle
11. 3d triangle with sides
12. length times width
13. average of a set of numbers
14. the measurement of a thousand
15. fraction of 100
16. relative mass
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1. an image reflected across a point
2. Geometry is math relating to shapes.
3. place on a graph
4. unknown quantity
5. the point on a graph that is (0,0)
6. product of division
7. length times width time height
8. rate for one of something
9. measurement around a shape
10. how tall something is using measurements.
11. pi times diameter
12. example of part of a whole but it is a number over another number.
13. middle of a set of numbers
14. chance of something happening
15. length times width
16. diagram showing relationship between something

32 Clues: V=πr2hrelative massfraction of 100place on a graphunknown quantityhalf of diametersteepness of linepi times diameterlength times widthlength times widthproduct of divisionline through circle3d triangle with sidesappears most frequentlyrate for one of somethingmeasurement around a shapemiddle of a set of numbersaverage of a set of numbers...

Mathematics2022-05-25

Across
1. Angle that is less than 90°
2. Multiplied itself by 2 times
3. + -
4. (0,0) in Coordinate Plain
5. 3.14
6. Opposite of Multiplication
7. Inverse of an operation
9. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
10. Angle that is exactly 90°
11. y=mx+b
12. Assumed number value(ex. x)
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1. three sides and three vertices
2. Multiplied itself 3 times
3. Opposite of Division
4. Opposite of Subtraction
5. A mathematical Statement
6. The longest side of a right triangle
7. Angle that is more than 90°
8. whole numbers(Can't be decimal or a fraction)

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bOpposite of DivisionOpposite of AdditionOpposite of SubtractionInverse of an operationA mathematical StatementMultiplied itself 3 times(0,0) in Coordinate PlainAngle that is exactly 90°Opposite of MultiplicationAngle that is less than 90°Angle that is more than 90°Assumed number value(ex. x)Multiplied itself by 2 times...

Mathematics2022-05-25

Across
1. Angle that is less than 90°
2. Multiplied itself by 2 times
3. + -
4. (0,0) in Coordinate Plain
5. 3.14
6. Opposite of Multiplication
7. Inverse of an operation
9. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
10. Angle that is exactly 90°
11. y=mx+b
12. Assumed number value(ex. x)
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1. three sides and three vertices
2. Multiplied itself 3 times
3. Opposite of Division
4. Opposite of Subtraction
5. A mathematical Statement
6. The longest side of a right triangle
7. Angle that is more than 90°
8. whole numbers(Can't be decimal or a fraction)

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bOpposite of DivisionOpposite of AdditionOpposite of SubtractionInverse of an operationA mathematical StatementMultiplied itself 3 times(0,0) in Coordinate PlainAngle that is exactly 90°Opposite of MultiplicationAngle that is less than 90°Angle that is more than 90°Assumed number value(ex. x)Multiplied itself by 2 times...

Mathematics2017-02-13

Across
1. numbers is a real number that is less than zero.
2. the top number (the numerator) says how many parts we have.
3. The bottom number in a fraction.
4. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables
5. product or scalar product (sometimes inner product in the context of Euclidean space, or rarely projection product for emphasizing the geometric significance), is an algebraic operation that takes two equal-length sequences of numbers (usually coordinate vectors) and returns a single number.
6. number that a numerator and denominator becomes when it is reduced by its greatest common factor.
7. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable. So in the expression. 3x + 2y + 4. as Aswini says, 3 is the coefficient of x, 2 is the coefficient of y, but, in my example, 4 is not a coefficient, as it is not being multiplied by a variable. It is a fixed value.
8. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than geometry The branch of mathematics that treats the properties, measurement, and relations of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids.
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1. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
2. common factor 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly
3. common factor between 2 numbers is the largest factor that they have in common. One good way to find this number is to write down all the factors of both numbers and then find the biggest one that appears in both lists.
4. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest. 12, 13, 14 and 15
5. expression is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and/or the denominator are polynomials.
6. a quantity representing the power to which a given number or expression is to be raised, usually expressed as a raised symbol beside the number or expression
7. expression A real number that can NOT be made by dividing two integers.
8. test what is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
9. The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers?
10. uses letters (like x or y) or other symbols in place of values, and plays with them using special rules.
11. numbers Numbers can be positive, negative or zero.
12. The top number in a fraction.

20 Clues: The top number in a fraction.The bottom number in a fraction.numbers is a real number that is less than zero.numbers Numbers can be positive, negative or zero.the top number (the numerator) says how many parts we have.The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers?...

mathematics2017-02-13

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1. fraction is a fraction where the numerator, denominator, or both contain a fraction.
2. two or more non-zero denominators is the smallest whole number that is divisible by each of the denominators.
3. says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.
4. 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into.
5. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable.
6. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
7. numbers is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers, i.e. as a fraction.
8. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest.
9. is a quantity that may change within the context of a mathematical problem or experiment.
10. To factor a number means to break it up into numbers that can be multiplied together to get the original number.
11. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than 1.
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1. is a number that is bigger than zero. It can be written with a "+" symbol in front of it, or just as a number.
2. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables (like x or y) and operators
3. solving may include mathematical or systematic operations and can be a gauge of an individual's critical thinking skills.
4. a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.
5. is a squared (multiplied by itself) number subtracted from another squared number
7. the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.
8. number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.
9. the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.
10. test of factoring is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
11. is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.

22 Clues: is written with a minus sign in fronta numerical quantity that is not a whole number.is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into....

Mathematics2018-01-24

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1. 200cm=?m
2. 2and1/9 - 1and2/9 = ___/___
3. Integers have ____ Numbers, but Whole Numbers Do not.
4. Name the second Prime multiple of 21 (i.e. 21=7*?)
5. 10000+3062
6. What 51% is out of
7. 6/45 reduced=___/___
8. 2/3=?/15
9. What do we call Line with an arrow head?
10. Area of a triangle 7X10
11. 2*1=1*2, ____ Property of Multiplication
12. Half circle minus 40degrees
13. Remaining miles after traveling 80mi on a 100mi trip
14. What is the Perimeter of a Hexagon with 3cm sides
15. What the rules of Operations are called
16. 27/4=___and___/___
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1. 0.02 in words
2. 0.115677 rounded to the thousandths place=___?
3. LeastCommonMultiple of 18 and 24
4. The number of pears in 10 boxes if 5 pears fit into 1 box
5. Average of 4,5,3,2,6
6. What is the position of 4 in 231574862891
7. Arrange from least to greatest {5,4,0,1}
8. Perimeter of a 7cmX10cm rectangle = 0.___m?
9. 3and5/8-1and7/8=___and___/___
10. 3and2/3 x 1and1/2=___and___/___
11. 20=2*?
12. 7-sided polygon
13. 0.2*0.3=0.___?

29 Clues: 20=2*?200cm=?m2/3=?/1510000+30620.02 in words0.2*0.3=0.___?7-sided polygonWhat 51% is out of27/4=___and___/___Average of 4,5,3,2,66/45 reduced=___/___Area of a triangle 7X102and1/9 - 1and2/9 = ___/___Half circle minus 40degrees3and5/8-1and7/8=___and___/___3and2/3 x 1and1/2=___and___/___LeastCommonMultiple of 18 and 24...

Mathematics2024-04-16

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1. the type of angle that measures more than 180
2. the number 0.35 is an example of a _____
3. the difference between the greatest value and least value of a data set
4. the top number of a fraction
5. 60,000 + 400 + 20 + 9
6. the most common value in a data set
7. it means 'to change'
8. the type of angle that measures less than 90
9. the middle value of a data set
10. the 2 in 6.12 is in the ________ place
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1. the total distance of the outside of a shape
2. the 5 in 5,348,677 is in the _______ place
3. to borrow from 'next door' when subtracting
4. the strategy you use to solve 56 x 73
5. the amount left over after you divide
6. the 9 in 3.9 is in the ________ place
7. 5,006 in word form
8. a number that has more than one factor pair
9. the bottom number of a fraction
10. a number that has only one factor pair

20 Clues: 5,006 in word formit means 'to change'60,000 + 400 + 20 + 9the top number of a fractionthe middle value of a data setthe bottom number of a fractionthe most common value in a data setthe strategy you use to solve 56 x 73the amount left over after you dividethe 9 in 3.9 is in the ________ placea number that has only one factor pair...

Mathematics2024-09-16

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1. Balok dengan panjang 19, lebar 3, tinggi 9. V nya
2. Balok panjang 13, lebar 6, tinggi 9. V nya?
3. Balok panjang 19, lebar 9, tinggi 14. Hitung kelilingnya
4. Rusuk sebuah kubus 27. Hitung kelilingnya
5. Kubus dengan rusuk 9 cm. Hitunglah volumenya!
6. Keliling alas kubus 76 cm. Hitunglah volumenya!
7. Rumus luas permukaan kubus
8. Kubus dengan rusuk 15 cm. Hitunglah luas permukaannya!
9. Balok panjang 25, lebar 5, tinggi 15. Hitung volumenya
10. Balok dengan panjang 21, lebar 11,tinggi 17. Hitung v
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1. Rusuk sebuah kubus 25 cm. Hitunglah luas permukaannya
2. Keliling alas kubus 96. Hitung luas permukaannya
3. Kubus dengan rusuk 7 cm. Hitunglah luas permukaannya!
4. Rusuk balok 13 cm. Hitung volumenya!
5. Balok panjang 12, lebar 5, tinggi 8. Hitung lpnya
6. bangun ruang balok memiliki 2 pasang sisi dgn bentuk
7. Balok panjang 16, lebar 5, tinggi 12. Lp nya?
8. Kubus memiliki 8 buah titik sudut yang berbentuk.....
9. Balok panjang 11, lebar 4, tinggi 7. Hitung v
10. Keliling alas kubus 68 cm. Hitunglah luas permukaannya!

20 Clues: Rumus luas permukaan kubusRusuk balok 13 cm. Hitung volumenya!Rusuk sebuah kubus 27. Hitung kelilingnyaBalok panjang 13, lebar 6, tinggi 9. V nya?Kubus dengan rusuk 9 cm. Hitunglah volumenya!Balok panjang 16, lebar 5, tinggi 12. Lp nya?Balok panjang 11, lebar 4, tinggi 7. Hitung vKeliling alas kubus 76 cm. Hitunglah volumenya!...

Mathematics2014-02-10

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1. Two figures with same shape and size.
2. The numbers that include rational and irrational number.
3. The degree of variables in a linear equation.
4. Method of solving a pair of linear equation in which one variable is eliminated by making its cofficients equal in the two equations.
5. For any two numbers, HCF X LCM = ________ of numbers.
6. Graphical representation of alinear equation in teo variable.
7. Triangles whose corresponding angles are equal.
8. Mathematician who proved that in a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the square of the other two sides.
9. Sine of (90 degree - 0)
10. The ratio of the areas of two similar triangles is equal to the ratio of the ________ of their corresponding sides.
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1. Type of solutions of pair of linear equations represented by two intersecting lines.
2. ________ division algorithm is used to find the HCF of two positive numbers.
3. Branch of Mathematician in which we study the relationship between the sides and angles of a triangle.
4. Cosine of 90 degree.
5. The number that has exactly two factors, one and the number itself.
6. A pair of lines representing a pair of linear equations in two variables having no solution.
7. The ________ relation relates mean, median and mode of data.o
8. The numbers that have either terminating or non-terminatig repeating decimal expansion.
9. Mathematician with whose name Basic Proportionality Theorem is known.

19 Clues: Cosine of 90 degree.Sine of (90 degree - 0)Two figures with same shape and size.The degree of variables in a linear equation.Triangles whose corresponding angles are equal.For any two numbers, HCF X LCM = ________ of numbers.The numbers that include rational and irrational number.Graphical representation of alinear equation in teo variable....

Mathematics2014-10-16

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1. Are the roots of a quadratic equation
2. A two-dimensional, mirror-symmetrical curve
3. Ax+bx+c=0
4. Has two real roots
5. Has only one root
6. Another term for ordinate
7. A(x-h)+k
8. The longest leg of a right triangle
9. of linear function Ax+By+C = 0 or Ax+By=C
10. A way of getting the zeroes of quadratic function by factors
11. Whenever the slope is increasing
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1. Switching/interchanging coordinates of the ordered pairs
2. Any set of one or more ordered pairs
3. A special type of relation
4. A way of getting the zeroes of quadratic function by square roots
5. If the denominator is zero
6. Another term for abcissa
7. H= -b/2a k=4ac-b/4a
8. Whenever the slope is decreasing
9. Has no real roots

20 Clues: A(x-h)+kAx+bx+c=0Has no real rootsHas only one rootHas two real rootsH= -b/2a k=4ac-b/4aAnother term for abcissaAnother term for ordinateA special type of relationIf the denominator is zeroWhenever the slope is decreasingWhenever the slope is increasingThe longest leg of a right triangleAny set of one or more ordered pairs...

Mathematics2022-10-19

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1. These numbers only have two factors one and itself.
2. What you call one term.
3. A decimal that comes to an end.
4. These numbers consist of all the number groups, except nonreal numbers.
5. These numbers consist of 0; 1; 2; 3...
6. A power consists of a exponent and a ?
7. These equations have two answers for x.
8. The name for A; b; c; ... x; y; z.
9. When you divide a number by 0.
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1. The type of notation used to show a repeating decimal.
2. These numbers consist of -3; -2; -1; 0; 1; -2; 3
3. A big number and a small number together are called...
4. Lowest Common Denominator
5. These equations have one answer for x.
6. A number that has a whole number and fraction together.
7. These numbers consist of 1; 2; 3...
8. Another name for the root sign.
9. These numbers cannot be written as fractions.
10. These equations have a numerator and denominator.

19 Clues: What you call one term.Lowest Common DenominatorWhen you divide a number by 0.A decimal that comes to an end.Another name for the root sign.The name for A; b; c; ... x; y; z.These numbers consist of 1; 2; 3...These equations have one answer for x.These numbers consist of 0; 1; 2; 3...A power consists of a exponent and a ?...

Mathematics2024-05-15

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1. V=Bh
2. V=Ah
3. Changes the shape.
4. when you earn interest on the money you've saved and on the interest you earn along the way.
5. Negative correlation is a relationship between two variables in which one variable increases as the other decreases, and vice versa. In statistics, a perfect negative correlation is represented by the value -1.0, while a 0 indicates no correlation, and +1.0 indicates a perfect positive correlation
6. the square of the length of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the legs of the right triangle.
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1. the square of the length of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the legs of the right triangle.
2. every x value has only one y value.
3. c2=a2+b2
4. an instance of reflecting.
5. V=43r3
6. a relationship between two variables that tend to move in the same direction.
7. an input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input.
8. circular movement.
9. V=13Bh
10. lack of correlation.
11. not a real number
12. times itself
13. moves a shape left or right and/or up or down.
14. a line indicating the general course or tendency of something, e.g. a geographical feature or a set of points on a graph.

20 Clues: V=BhV=AhV=43r3V=13Bhc2=a2+b2times itselfnot a real numberChanges the shape.circular movement.lack of correlation.an instance of reflecting.every x value has only one y value.moves a shape left or right and/or up or down.an input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input....

Mathematics2015-01-24

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1. hranatá závorka
2. podíl
3. menšenec
4. stupeň
5. zjednodušit
6. trojúhelník
7. protilehlá
8. vzestupný
9. těžiště
10. sestupný
11. zobrazení
12. těžnice
13. krátit
14. jmenovatel
15. pravý
16. funkce
17. zlomek
18. zbytek
19. obor hodnot
20. jednočlen
21. záporný
22. konstanta
23. trojčlen
24. definiční obor
25. proměnná
26. rozložit
27. celé číslo
28. ostrý
29. součin
30. dělitel
31. funkční hodnota
32. rovná se
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1. dvojčlen
2. sjednocení
3. člen
4. prvek
5. menšitel
6. podíl
7. vrchol
8. nerozložitelný
9. desetinné číslo
10. mnohočlen
11. strana
12. čitatel
13. dělenec
14. sčítanec
15. množina
16. vytknout
17. koeficient
18. rozdíl
19. přilehlá
21. vzorec
22. rozšířit
23. argument
25. perioda
27. znaménko
28. vrcholy
29. výška
30. rameno
31. činitel
32. součet
33. tupý
34. podmnožina

MATHEMATICS2014-04-23

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1. the longest chord of the circle;
2. A set of argument values for which the function is defined;
3. Any point at which the value of a function is largest or smallest;
4. The point where the axes of the coordinate system intersect;
5. A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides;
6. b2 − 4ac;
7. Member x of the domain for which f(x)=0;
8. A line segment joining a vertex to the midpoint of the opposing side;
9. Two angles that sum to a straight angle are called ……… angles;
10. The …. Is the angle subtended by an arc that has the same length as the circle’s radius (unit of angular measurement in the SI system);
11. A function that repeats its values in regular intervals;
12. The horizontal coordinate in a Cartesian coordinate system;
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1. ……. angles – angles between 0-90 degrees;
2. The expression written below the line in a common fraction that indicates the number of parts into which one whole is divided;
3. A line is said to be …. To another line if the two lines intersect at a right angle;
4. In geometry, the longest side of a right-angled triangle;
5. Trigonometric ………. – equalities that involve trigonometric functions and are true for every single value of the occurring variables;
6. A triangle with two sides of the same length;
7. ……… form of a function – a form from which we can tell the coordinates of the vertex of parabola;
8. Other name for absolute value;
9. A function that is symmetric with respect to the y-axis;

21 Clues: b2 − 4ac;Other name for absolute value;the longest chord of the circle;Member x of the domain for which f(x)=0;……. angles – angles between 0-90 degrees;A triangle with two sides of the same length;A quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides;A function that repeats its values in regular intervals;...

Mathematics2017-02-13

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1. product or scalar product (sometimes inner product in the context of Euclidean space, or rarely projection product for emphasizing the geometric significance), is an algebraic operation that takes two equal-length sequences of numbers (usually coordinate vectors) and returns a single number.
2. expression is nothing more than a fraction in which the numerator and/or the denominator are polynomials.
3. a quantity representing the power to which a given number or expression is to be raised, usually expressed as a raised symbol beside the number or expression
4. uses letters (like x or y) or other symbols in place of values, and plays with them using special rules.
5. numbers is a real number that is less than zero.
6. expression A real number that can NOT be made by dividing two integers.
7. test what is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
8. common factor between 2 numbers is the largest factor that they have in common. One good way to find this number is to write down all the factors of both numbers and then find the biggest one that appears in both lists.
9. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest. 12, 13, 14 and 15
10. number that a numerator and denominator becomes when it is reduced by its greatest common factor.
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1. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
2. common factor 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly
3. The top number in a fraction.
4. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables
5. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than geometry The branch of mathematics that treats the properties, measurement, and relations of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids.
6. numbers Numbers can be positive, negative or zero.
7. The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers?
8. The bottom number in a fraction.
9. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable. So in the expression. 3x + 2y + 4. as Aswini says, 3 is the coefficient of x, 2 is the coefficient of y, but, in my example, 4 is not a coefficient, as it is not being multiplied by a variable. It is a fixed value.
10. the top number (the numerator) says how many parts we have.

20 Clues: The top number in a fraction.The bottom number in a fraction.numbers is a real number that is less than zero.numbers Numbers can be positive, negative or zero.the top number (the numerator) says how many parts we have.The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers?...

mathematics2017-02-13

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1. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
2. says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.
3. is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.
4. two or more non-zero denominators is the smallest whole number that is divisible by each of the denominators.
5. numbers is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers, i.e. as a fraction.
6. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest.
7. test of factoring is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
8. solving may include mathematical or systematic operations and can be a gauge of an individual's critical thinking skills.
9. the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.
10. number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.
12. fraction is a fraction where the numerator, denominator, or both contain a fraction.
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1. is a squared (multiplied by itself) number subtracted from another squared number
2. 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into.
3. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable.
4. a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.
5. the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.
6. To factor a number means to break it up into numbers that can be multiplied together to get the original number.
7. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables (like x or y) and operators
8. is a quantity that may change within the context of a mathematical problem or experiment.
9. is a number that is bigger than zero. It can be written with a "+" symbol in front of it, or just as a number.
10. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than 1.

22 Clues: is written with a minus sign in fronta numerical quantity that is not a whole number.is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into....

mathematics2017-02-13

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1. test of factoring is used to factor polynomials of the form Ax� + Bx + C. A, B, and C represent constants and x is the variable.
2. numbers which follow each other in order, without gaps, from smallest to largest.
3. number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.
4. is a number that is bigger than zero. It can be written with a "+" symbol in front of it, or just as a number.
5. To factor a number means to break it up into numbers that can be multiplied together to get the original number.
6. Number can be divided evenly only by 1, or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than 1.
7. expression is a mathematical phrase that can contain ordinary numbers, variables (like x or y) and operators
8. says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.
9. fraction is a fraction where the numerator, denominator, or both contain a fraction.
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1. is a quantity that may change within the context of a mathematical problem or experiment.
2. two or more non-zero denominators is the smallest whole number that is divisible by each of the denominators.
3. the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.
4. the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.
5. coefficient is defined as a fixed number that is multiplied to a variable.
6. numbers is a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers, i.e. as a fraction.
7. is a squared (multiplied by itself) number subtracted from another squared number
8. solving may include mathematical or systematic operations and can be a gauge of an individual's critical thinking skills.
9. a numerical quantity that is not a whole number.
10. 2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into.
11. is a number on its own, or sometimes a letter such as a, b or c to stand for a fixed number.
12. is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.

22 Clues: is written with a minus sign in fronta numerical quantity that is not a whole number.is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.the number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.says how many times to use that number in a multiplication.2 numbers is the smallest number that they both divide evenly into....

Mathematics2018-01-08

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1. A product of equal factors
2. The top symbol in a fraction
3. A number less than zero
4. An algebraic expression that consists of only one term
5. The smallest multiple common to two or more factors
6. The number placed in front of a variable
7. The four divisions in a coordinate graph
8. They are used to plot points in a coordinate graph
9. The vertical axis on a coordinate graph
10. The first number in an ordered pair
11. A number that cannot be written as a fraction
12. An equation that shows the relationship between variables
13. A number that can be written as a ratio
14. The point where lines intersect
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1. An algebraic expression which consists of three terms
2. A type of equation that results in a straight line when plotted in a coordinate graph
3. A number greater than zero
4. The bottom symbol in a fraction
5. A fraction in which the numerator is larger than the denominator
6. An algebraic expression that contains two terms
7. The process of expressing an algebraic fraction as a product of its factors
8. The middle item in an ordered group
9. The horizontal axis on a coordinate graph
10. The second number in a ordered pair
11. The multiplicative inverse of a number
12. The largest common factor between two or more numbers
13. The measurement unit of an angle
14. A symbol that stands for a number
15. An intersection point in a coordinate graph
16. The space within a shape

30 Clues: A number less than zeroThe space within a shapeA product of equal factorsA number greater than zeroThe top symbol in a fractionThe bottom symbol in a fractionThe point where lines intersectThe measurement unit of an angleA symbol that stands for a numberThe middle item in an ordered groupThe second number in a ordered pair...

Mathematics2017-08-19

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1. NUMBERS WITH NO COMMON FACTOR EXCEPT 1
2. TIME AFTER 12 IN THE AFTERNOON
3. ANGLE BETWEEN THE CLOCK'S HANDS AT 3'O CLOCK
4. NON PRIME NUMBERS
5. ANGLES NEXT TO EACH OTHER
7. SUM OF ALL SIDES OF A CLOSED FIGURE
8. USED IN DIVISION OF FRACTIONS
9. 1 DIMENSION
10. PLACE VALUE OF 5 IN 9.057
11. ONLY EVEN PRIME NUMBER
12. AN UNIT OF TIME
13. DIFFERENT DENOMINATORS
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1. ODER OF OPERATIONS
2. ANOTHER NAME FOR GCD
3. WHERE TWO RAYS OF ANGLE MEET
4. QUARTER OF AN HOUR
5. 366 DAYS
6. MIXED FRACTION HAS ___ AND A FRACTION
7. FRACTION WITH 1 AS NUMERATOR

20 Clues: 366 DAYS1 DIMENSIONAN UNIT OF TIMENON PRIME NUMBERSODER OF OPERATIONSQUARTER OF AN HOURANOTHER NAME FOR GCDANGLES ADDING TO 180ONLY EVEN PRIME NUMBERDIFFERENT DENOMINATORSANGLES NEXT TO EACH OTHERPLACE VALUE OF 5 IN 9.057WHERE TWO RAYS OF ANGLE MEETFRACTION WITH 1 AS NUMERATORUSED IN DIVISION OF FRACTIONSTIME AFTER 12 IN THE AFTERNOON...

Mathematics2018-05-20

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1. A surface formed by the rotation of a catenary.
2. A number that is added to another number
3. The centre of a circle which goes through all vertices of a polygon.
4. A six-sided polygon.
5. A value under which a whole number of tenths of data fall.
6. A measure of angle which is the ratio of the arc length to the radius formed by a circular arc with the angle.
7. An equivalence relation indicating two mathematical sentences to be necessary and sufficient conditon of each other.
8. A branch of mathematics, the study of (infinitely many) infinitesimalquantities (which may be changing).
9. A polynomial with two terms.
10. A plane figure with 2 right angles.
11. An SI derived unit of radioacitivity denoted by the symbol Bq.
12. A line segment between two vertices in a graph (graph theory) or geometric shape..
13. An informal name for symbol ∩, used to denote intersection of sets that is easier to say than the polysyllabic "intersection".
14. A particular unit within a set of units of the same type. (e.g. CMwithin the set of units for lengths.)
15. The locus of a point on the circumference of a circle rolling inside of another circle.
16. Rewriting a mathematical expression in an equivalent form that is considered to be longer or more complicated
17. A method of inference which attempts to "justify" conclusions by applying rules of inference on the premises of the argument and other such conclusions.
18. A type of discontinuity, where the hole is a point whose inclusion into the curve would make the curve continuous.
19. 1. A unit of angle, commonly representing one-ninetieth of a right angle.
20. The condition of an expression of 2 variables that is linear while considering individually each variable (while the other variable is fixed.)
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1. An unproven (but also not disproven) assertion considered/assumed/proposed to be true.
2. A controlled process for making observations and gathering data.
3. The process of splitting a mathematical object into two or more objects of the same type, such as fractions, functions or matrices.
4. Also known as indefinite integration
5. The symbol representing an nth root,.
6. A beam or such similar structures which is anchored at only one end such that it resists rotation under load.
7. A measure of how little an approximation deviates from the true value
8. Also known as extraction, the process of finding a root of a number. The opposite process is called involution.
9. The segment of the perpendicular bisector of a side of a regular polygon that runs between the centre and the side.
10. The deviation from being perfectly circular.

30 Clues: A six-sided polygon.A polynomial with two terms.A plane figure with 2 right angles.Also known as indefinite integrationThe symbol representing an nth root,.A number that is added to another numberThe deviation from being perfectly circular.A surface formed by the rotation of a catenary.A value under which a whole number of tenths of data fall....

Mathematics2020-03-16

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1. The product of six and five.
2. The middle of the day at 12 o'clock.
3. One hundred years are called a ___________.
4. If I round off to the nearest _____, 23 would become 25.
5. What do we use to see the days, weeks and month of a year?
6. Ten years are called a ________.
7. The operation you use when you find the difference between two numbers.
8. How much space something can take up.
9. The month with only 28 days in a normal year.
10. The operation you use when you share.
11. The symbol for time in the afternoon.
12. The operation you use when you have the product of two numbers.
13. The start of a new day.
14. There are 52 _______ in one year.
15. The time of day when you go home after school.
16. Rounding off to the nearest hundred means you look at the ____
17. The operation you use when you have the sum of two numbers
18. The time of day when you wake up.
19. The difference between 580 and 577.
20. The method I use when I add or subtract using headings Th, H, T and U
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1. If I am subtracting and I cannot minus a bigger number from a smaller number, I have to ________
2. TO what number did I round off if 486 becomes 500?
3. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, ____, 13 is an example of you having to complete the ____________
4. The mathematics concept in which you have a nominator and denominator.
5. The month in which Christmas is celebrated.
7. Rounded off to the nearest __________ means 7099 becomes 7000.
8. 8 + 9 = _____
9. The symbol for time in the morning
10. Half _____ five is written as 05:30
11. The sum of nine hundred and forty five thousand, seven hundred and ten and fifty four thousand, two hundred and ninety.
12. There are ______ months in on year.
13. How much space there is inside an object.
14. When you add me to eight, you get 14. When you multiply me with 7 you get 42. What number am I?
15. The mathematical concept of finding out how late it is.
16. 09:45 is the time quarter _____ ten

36 Clues: 8 + 9 = _____The start of a new day.The product of six and five.Ten years are called a ________.There are 52 _______ in one year.The time of day when you wake up.The symbol for time in the morningHalf _____ five is written as 05:30There are ______ months in on year.The difference between 580 and 577.09:45 is the time quarter _____ ten...

Mathematics2020-03-16

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1. The product of six and five.
2. The middle of the day at 12 o'clock.
3. One hundred years are called a ___________.
4. If I round off to the nearest _____, 23 would become 25.
5. What do we use to see the days, weeks and month of a year?
6. Ten years are called a ________.
7. The operation you use when you find the difference between two numbers.
8. How much space something can take up.
9. The month with only 28 days in a normal year.
10. The operation you use when you share.
11. The symbol for time in the afternoon.
12. The operation you use when you have the product of two numbers.
13. The start of a new day.
14. There are 52 _______ in one year.
15. The time of day when you go home after school.
16. Rounding off to the nearest hundred means you look at the ____
17. The operation you use when you have the sum of two numbers
18. The time of day when you wake up.
19. The difference between 580 and 577.
20. The method I use when I add or subtract using headings Th, H, T and U
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1. If I am subtracting and I cannot minus a bigger number from a smaller number, I have to ________
2. TO what number did I round off if 486 becomes 500?
3. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, ____, 13 is an example of you having to complete the ____________
4. The mathematics concept in which you have a nominator and denominator.
5. The month in which Christmas is celebrated.
7. Rounded off to the nearest __________ means 7099 becomes 7000.
8. 8 + 9 = _____
9. The symbol for time in the morning
10. Half _____ five is written as 05:30
11. The sum of nine hundred and forty five thousand, seven hundred and ten and fifty four thousand, two hundred and ninety.
12. There are ______ months in on year.
13. How much space there is inside an object.
14. When you add me to eight, you get 14. When you multiply me with 7 you get 42. What number am I?
15. The mathematical concept of finding out how late it is.
16. 09:45 is the time quarter _____ ten

36 Clues: 8 + 9 = _____The start of a new day.The product of six and five.Ten years are called a ________.There are 52 _______ in one year.The time of day when you wake up.The symbol for time in the morningHalf _____ five is written as 05:30There are ______ months in on year.The difference between 580 and 577.09:45 is the time quarter _____ ten...

Mathematics2022-08-25

1. 20-19=
2. 9-5=
3. 7-2=
4. 2×8=
5. 3×3=
6. 3×6=
7. 30-20=
8. 4+9=
9. 1+6=
10. 40-23=
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1. 7+7=
2. 1+1=
3. 3×5=
4. 7+12=
5. 4×2=
6. 5×4=
7. 12×1=
8. 15-12=
9. 49-38=
10. 2×3=

20 Clues: 7+7=1+1=9-5=3×5=7-2=2×8=4×2=5×4=3×3=3×6=4+9=1+6=2×3=7+12=12×1=20-19=30-20=15-12=49-38=40-23=

Mathematics2022-05-25

Across
1. Angle that is less than 90°
2. Opposite of Multiplication
4. A straight line
5. + -
6. whole numbers(Can be negative)
7. y=mx+b
8. Opposite of Division
9. The longest side of a right triangle
10. Creator of Buoyancy and displacement
11. three sides and three vertexes
Down
1. Assumed number value(ex. x)
2. Opposite of Subtraction
3. Non Straight line
4. Angle that is exactly 90°
5. A mathematical Statement
6. Angle that is more than 90°
7. Multiplied itself by 2 times
8. Multiplied itself 3 times
9. 3.14

20 Clues: + -3.14y=mx+bA straight lineNon Straight lineOpposite of AdditionOpposite of DivisionOpposite of SubtractionA mathematical StatementAngle that is exactly 90°Multiplied itself 3 timesOpposite of MultiplicationAssumed number value(ex. x)Angle that is less than 90°Angle that is more than 90°Multiplied itself by 2 timeswhole numbers(Can be negative)...

Mathematics2022-05-03

Across
2. a number less than 0
3. a line inclining
4. to add the same number to itself
5. shows the relationship of lines and points
6. a set of number that is adding or subtracting
7. whole valued number including 0 and positive and negative
8. the point where the parabola touches its axis of symmetry
9. multiplying the sum of two or more addends
Down
1. a way to write
2. Numerical measure of a line's inclination relative to the horizontal
3. a number the continuously follow each other from smallest to largest
4. straight line
5. the y coordinate on a graph
6. how much a number decrease
7. a set of number that is multiplying
8. is a curve where a point is at an equal
9. how much a number increase
10. the complete amount
11. the x coordinate on a graph

20 Clues: addstraight linea way to writea line incliningthe complete amounta number less than 0how much a number decreasehow much a number increasethe y coordinate on a graphthe x coordinate on a graphto add the same number to itselfa set of number that is multiplyingis a curve where a point is at an equalshows the relationship of lines and points...

Mathematics2024-01-05

Across
1. A set that contains exactly one element is called a ___________ set.
2. What is the term for finding the difference between the highest and lowest number in a set?
3. A set that contains no elements is called a ___________ set.
4. What is the result of multiplying two numbers called?
5. What is the term for a number that can be divided evenly by another number?
6. What is the number that is being divided called?
7. What is the term for a number that can evenly divide another number without leaving a remainder?
8. A set that contains an infinite number of elements is called an ___________ set.
9. A set that contains every element except those that are in a given set is called a ___________ set.
10. A set that contains an element that doesn't belong to the given set is called a ___________ set.
11. A set that contains only elements that belong to all given sets is called an ___________ set.
12. A set that contains numbers or elements arranged in descending order is called a ___________ set.
13. A set that contains numbers or elements arranged in ascending order is called an ___________ set.
14. In multiplication, what is the number being multiplied called?
15. A set that contains only elements that belong to exactly one of the given sets is called an ___________ set.
Down
1. A set that contains all the elements common to two or more sets is called an ___________ set.
2. What is the term for the order in which operations should be performed in a mathematical expression?
3. A set that is created by listing its elements inside curly brackets is called an ___________ set.
4. SUB A set that is a subset of another set is called a ___________ set.
5. A set that contains duplicate elements is called a ___________ set.
6. What is the result of dividing two numbers called?
7. What is the result of adding two numbers together called?
8. A set that contains a finite number of elements is called a ___________ set.
9. A set that contains no duplicate elements is called a ___________ set.
10. A set that contains all possible elements is called a ___________ set.
11. What is the term for dividing a number into equal parts?
12. A set that contains only elements that belong to at least one of the given sets is called a ___________ set.
13. A set that contains all the subsets of a given set is called a ___________ set.
14. What is the term for finding the middle value in a set of numbers?
15. A set that contains ordered pairs of elements is called a ___________ set.
16. A set that is defined by describing the properties its elements must satisfy is called a ___________ set.
17. What is the term for subtracting one number from another?

32 Clues: What is the number that is being divided called?What is the result of dividing two numbers called?What is the result of multiplying two numbers called?What is the term for dividing a number into equal parts?What is the result of adding two numbers together called?What is the term for subtracting one number from another?...

MATHEMATICS2024-02-05

Across
1. TWO STRAIGHT LINES WILL NEVER CROSS EACH OTHER IF THEY ARE ________
2. A THEOREM USED TO CALCULATE THE HYPOTENUSE
3. A PART OF A WHOLE
4. TWO FIGURES CAN BE PLACED PRECISELY OVER EACH OTHER
5. A PLANE NAMED AFTER A MATHEMATICIAN NAME, RENE DESCARTES
6. A SHAPE WHICH CONSIST OF A PAIR OF PARALLEL LINES
7. A SEQUENCE WHICH ITS NUMBERS ARE THE SUM OF ITS PREVIOUS NUMBERS
8. A TRANSFORMATION WHERE ITS IMAGE IS THE SHAPE OF ITS OBJECT BEING FLIPPED
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1. A REPRESENTATION OF DATA AND VALUES IN AN ORGANIZED MANNER
2. LONGEST CHORD
3. A REPEATED ARRANGEMENT OF NUMBERS, SHAPES, COLOURS, ETC
4. A NUMBER THAT REFLECTS THE CHANCE THAT PARTICULAR EVENT WILL OCCUR
5. SQUAREROOT OF 2500
6. THE SUM OF THE ________ ANGLE OF ANY POLYGON IS 360 DEGREE
7. A LINE SEGMENT JOINING TWO POINTS ON ANY CURVE
8. A SEVEN-SIDED POLYGON
9. A SHAPE MADE UP OF A CURVED SURFACE WITH A CIRCULAR TOP AND CIRCULAR BASE
10. CHANGE OF SPEED OVER A PERIOD OF TIME
11. PERIMETER OF A CIRCLE
12. PART OF A CIRCLE

20 Clues: LONGEST CHORDPART OF A CIRCLEA PART OF A WHOLESQUAREROOT OF 2500A SEVEN-SIDED POLYGONPERIMETER OF A CIRCLECHANGE OF SPEED OVER A PERIOD OF TIMEA THEOREM USED TO CALCULATE THE HYPOTENUSEA LINE SEGMENT JOINING TWO POINTS ON ANY CURVEA SHAPE WHICH CONSIST OF A PAIR OF PARALLEL LINESTWO FIGURES CAN BE PLACED PRECISELY OVER EACH OTHER...

Mathematics2024-06-27

Across
1. An event that has a probability of zero.
2. A shape made up of other shapes.
3. When there is an equal probability.
4. Another name for probability.
5. The middle score when data is ordered.
6. 10000 square metres
7. Lines that do not intersect.
8. Distance from centre to the circle.
9. When probabilities add to 1.
10. Probability less than 0.5
11. Where a line crosses the axis.
12. The distance around the boundary.
13. How often a score occurs.
14. Part of a circle.
15. A 3D shape with a constant cross section.
16. A method used to solve simultaneous equations.
17. A graphical way of showing how a data set is spread out.
18. When two equations are solved.
19. 25% of a distribution.
20. Points like (2, 5)
21. A diagram, usually drawn with circles to represent probabilities.
Down
1. A diagram showing all outcomes.
2. A column graph with no gaps and showing frequency.
3. Lines that cross at right angles.
4. The bottom number in an index expression.
5. Perimeter of a circle.
6. When all scored are summed and divided by number of scores.
7. The difference between the maximum and minimum.
8. A 3D shape with constant circular cross section.
9. A function that has an equation like y = 3x -4
10. Another name for power.
11. The top point on a pyramid.
12. The steepness of a line.
13. When one equation is put into another to solve.
14. Probability greater than 0.5.
15. An event that has a probability of 1.
16. The most common score.
17. Analyzing data.

38 Clues: Analyzing data.Part of a circle.Points like (2, 5)10000 square metresPerimeter of a circle.The most common score.25% of a distribution.Another name for power.The steepness of a line.Probability less than 0.5How often a score occurs.The top point on a pyramid.Lines that do not intersect.When probabilities add to 1.Another name for probability....

Mathematics2024-07-02

Across
1. Greatest solution to x(x - 7) = -12
2. 10!/8!
3. Second derivative of position
4. Angles whose sum is 90°
5. Sine and cosecant, for one
6. Number system with only digits 0, 1, and 2
7. f, where (tan x)² + 1 = f(x)²
8. Euclid's 5th one was controversial
9. Another word for slope
10. s³ to a cube
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1. Rate of change at a point
2. The polynomial 3x(x - 2) is one
3. Numbers in the form a + bi
4. Lines whose slope multiply to -1
5. 2, 3, 5, 7, 11...
6. Quantity with magnitude and direction
7. Discoverer of e^(iπ) = -1
9. Like a grid of numbers
10. ½bh to a triangle
11. tan(45°)
12. The graph of y=x²

22 Clues: 10!/8!tan(45°)s³ to a cube2, 3, 5, 7, 11...½bh to a triangleThe graph of y=x²Adjacent over oppositeLike a grid of numbersAnother word for slopeAngles whose sum is 90°Rate of change at a pointDiscoverer of e^(iπ) = -1Numbers in the form a + biSine and cosecant, for oneSecond derivative of positionf, where (tan x)² + 1 = f(x)²...

My CrossWord2021-06-27

Across
1. M_l_i__i_a__on_ (mathematics)
2. N_m_ _b_ _s(mathematics)
3. G_ _ _ (Art-E.C.A)
4. L_ _g_a _ _s (English)
5. P_i_ _ _n_s (Art-E.C.A)
6. C_ _ft_ (Art-E.C.A)
7. L_ tt_ _s (language and literature)
8. S_ _ _r_ _t_ _n (mathematics)
9. P_e_s (language and literature)
10. P_ _s_ _ _n_s (Social Sciences)
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1. P_ _n_s_ (natural Sciences)
2. A_ _m_l_(Natural Sciences)
3. _la_t_(Natural Sciences)
4. S_ _ _ (mathematics)
5. S_ _ _r_i_ _e_ (Natural Sciences)
6. D__is_on_ (mathematics)
7. T_ _d_ _ _o_(Social Sciences)
8. P_ _c_l_ (Art-E.C.A)
9. C_l_ _r_ (Social Sciences)
10. Es_ _ry (Social Sciences)

20 Clues: G_ _ _ (Art-E.C.A)C_ _ft_ (Art-E.C.A)S_ _ _ (mathematics)P_ _c_l_ (Art-E.C.A)L_ _g_a _ _s (English)D__is_on_ (mathematics)P_i_ _ _n_s (Art-E.C.A)_la_t_(Natural Sciences)N_m_ _b_ _s(mathematics)Es_ _ry (Social Sciences)A_ _m_l_(Natural Sciences)C_l_ _r_ (Social Sciences)P_ _n_s_ (natural Sciences)M_l_i__i_a__on_ (mathematics)...

Mathematics2014-02-10

Across
1. Mathematician who proved that in a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the square of the other two sides.
2. The ________ relation relates mean, median and mode of data.o
3. Type of solutions of pair of linear equations represented by two intersecting lines.
4. Method of solving a pair of linear equation in which one variable is eliminated by making its cofficients equal in the two equations.
5. Two figures with same shape and size.
6. A pair of lines representing a pair of linear equations in two variables having no solution.
7. The ratio of the areas of two similar triangles is equal to the ratio of the ________ of their corresponding sides.
8. The numbers that have either terminating or non-terminatig repeating decimal expansion.
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1. The numbers that include rational and irrational number.
2. Branch of Mathematician in which we study the relationship between the sides and angles of a triangle.
3. Cosine of 90 degree.
4. Triangles whose corresponding angles are equal.
5. Sine of (90 degree - 0)
6. Graphical representation of alinear equation in teo variable.
7. The degree of variables in a linear equation.
8. Mathematician with whose name Basic Proportionality Theorem is known.
9. ________ division algorithm is used to find the HCF of two positive numbers.
10. The number that has exactly two factors, one and the number itself.
11. For any two numbers, HCF X LCM = ________ of numbers.

19 Clues: Cosine of 90 degree.Sine of (90 degree - 0)Two figures with same shape and size.The degree of variables in a linear equation.Triangles whose corresponding angles are equal.For any two numbers, HCF X LCM = ________ of numbers.The numbers that include rational and irrational number.The ________ relation relates mean, median and mode of data.o...

MATHEMATICS2016-02-20

Across
1. ONE OF THE WRITTEN NUMBERS FROM 0 TO 9
2. THE VALUE OF A DIGIT DEPENDING ON ITS PLACE IN A NUMBER
3. A DOT USED TO SEPERATE ONES FRROM TENTH
4. THE ACT OF UNITING NUMBERS
5. FACTS AND STATISTICS COLLECTED TOGETHER FOR REFERENCE OR ANALYSIS
6. THE PROCESS OF FINDING THE DIFFERENCE
7. NUMBERS LESS THAN ZERO
8. A NUMBER WITHOUT FRACTIONAL PARTS
9. A SYMBOL USED TO SEPERATE THE VALUE OF THE NUMBERS (E.G. 1,234,567)
10. FRACTIONS OF A WHOLE
11. 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679
Down
1. THE PART OF MATHEMATICS IN WHICH LETTERS AND OTHER GENERAL SYMBOLS ARE USED TO REPRESENT NUMBERS AND QUANTITIES IN FORMULAE AND EQUATIONS.
2. A PROPORTION PER 100
3. OPPOSITE OF DIVISION
4. THE OPPOSITE OF A PRIME NUMBER
5. BRACETS EXPONENTS DIVISION MULTIPICAION ADDITION SUBTRACTION
6. A NUMBER THAT CAN ONLY BE DIVIDED EXACTLY BY ITSELF AND THE NUMBER ONE (E.G. 7)
7. A RATIO OF ALGEBRAIC QUANTITIES
8. THE ACTION OF SEPARATING SOMETHING INTO PARTS

19 Clues: A PROPORTION PER 100OPPOSITE OF DIVISIONFRACTIONS OF A WHOLENUMBERS LESS THAN ZEROTHE ACT OF UNITING NUMBERSTHE OPPOSITE OF A PRIME NUMBERA RATIO OF ALGEBRAIC QUANTITIESA NUMBER WITHOUT FRACTIONAL PARTSTHE PROCESS OF FINDING THE DIFFERENCEONE OF THE WRITTEN NUMBERS FROM 0 TO 9A DOT USED TO SEPERATE ONES FRROM TENTH...

Mathematics2021-12-14

Across
1. When one function is substituted into another function .
2. From the top of the triangle, cut the corresponding opposite side in half.
3. 26:12=13:6 is the product of the second and third.
4. The unknown is equality .
5. Straight path that goes on forewer .
6. How many types of ratios are written ?
7. 1:3=2:6 is the product of the first and fourth.
8. 30 percent of 80.
9. An angle less than ninety .
10. f(x)=xn is a writton function .
Down
1. What is b called in the function y=kx+b?
2. The result of adding two or more numbers .
3. A fiqure creted by two rays .
4. All sides of the triangle are equal .
5. A straight line with the endpoint .
6. A number equal to LCM(121;144):GCM(121;144).
7. A fiqure with three sides .
8. What is k called in the function y=kx+b?
9. Go on forewer in one direction .

19 Clues: 30 percent of 80.The unknown is equality .A fiqure with three sides .An angle less than ninety .A fiqure creted by two rays .f(x)=xn is a writton function .Go on forewer in one direction .A straight line with the endpoint .Straight path that goes on forewer .All sides of the triangle are equal .How many types of ratios are written ?...

Mathematics2021-03-16

1. 9
2. 19
3. 13
4. 18
5. 1
6. 15
7. 4
8. 3
9. 10
10. 17
11. 11
Down
1. 14
2. 16
3. 7
4. 6
5. 5
6. 8
7. 2
8. 12
9. 20

20 Clues: 9765812431416191318151220101711

Mathematics2022-10-16

Across
1. divide to three
2. line that
3. sideoppositetoright
4. observer
5. 1/tan A
6. ration
7. line that
8. lili ordinate x coordinate
9. othernameofbpt
10. recc
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1. pairthatgivesposition
2. degree highestpower
3. other name of b2-4ac
4. al
5. equationconsistvalues
6. expression
7. line
8. differencoftwonegatives
9. cos
10. is a term

20 Clues: alcoslinereccration1/tan Aobserverline thatline thatis a termexpressionothernameofbptdivide to threedegree highestpowersideoppositetorightother name of b2-4acpairthatgivespositionequationconsistvaluesdifferencoftwonegativeslili ordinate x coordinate

Mathematics2023-05-17

Across
1. steepness in graph
2. take away from a number
3. Space in an object
4. average of a number
5. below 0
6. over 90 degrees
7. same
8. middle number
9. same length
Down
1. multiply
2. smaller than 90 degrees
3. most common number
4. 2 lines that form a single line
5. double a number
6. opposite of multiplication
8. largest number vs smallest
9. angle 90 degrees
10. 0,0 on graph

19 Clues: samebelow 0multiplyadd numberssame length0,0 on graphmiddle numberdouble a numberover 90 degreesangle 90 degreessteepness in graphmost common numberSpace in an objectaverage of a numbertake away from a numbersmaller than 90 degreesopposite of multiplicationlargest number vs smallest2 lines that form a single line

Mathematics2024-05-15

Across
1. The longest side on a triangle
2. A number that has repeating decimals
3. a relation between a set of inputs having one output eac
4. a figure and slides it the same distance in the same direction
5. a three-dimensional shape consisting of two parallel circular bases
6. Turning
7. How to find X on a triangle
8. Numbers that include both rational and irrational numbers
9. A 3-dimensional space with no vertex or point
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1. three-dimensional shape, with flat base and a point
2. A change in appearance
3. A number times itself
4. An object is flipped to create a congruent image
5. The right angle on a triangle
6. Making an object bigger or smaller
7. The area including the base(s) and the curved part
8. The rise of a line
9. A natural number greater than 1 which has only two factors
10. How much is needed to fill an object

19 Clues: TurningThe rise of a lineA number times itselfA change in appearanceHow to find X on a triangleThe right angle on a triangleThe longest side on a triangleMaking an object bigger or smallerA number that has repeating decimalsHow much is needed to fill an objectA 3-dimensional space with no vertex or point...

Mathematics2024-07-11

Across
1. The result of subtracting one number from another.
2. A three-dimensional shape with six equal square faces.
3. The result of adding two or more numbers.
4. A shape with four sides and four right angles, with opposite sides equal.
5. The process of adding a number to itself a certain number of times.
6. The space between two intersecting lines, measured in degrees.
7. The result of dividing one number by another.
8. The process of finding the total of two or more numbers.
9. A mathematical statement that shows the equality of two expressions.
Down
1. A shape with four equal sides and four right angles.
2. The result of multiplying two or more numbers.
3. A way to express a number as a part of 100; symbolized by %.
4. A number that includes a decimal point, representing a part of a whole.
5. A round shape where all points are equidistant from the center.
6. A way to represent a part of a whole; written with a numerator and a denominator.
7. The process of splitting a number into equal parts.
8. The process of finding the difference between two numbers.
9. A perfectly round three-dimensional shape, like a ball.
10. A shape with three sides and three angles.

19 Clues: The result of adding two or more numbers.A shape with three sides and three angles.The result of dividing one number by another.The result of multiplying two or more numbers.The result of subtracting one number from another.The process of splitting a number into equal parts.A shape with four equal sides and four right angles....

Mathematics2021-12-06

Across
1. A ____ strip is a one sided surface you get by gluing together two sides of a tape
2. repeated exponentiation
3. Statement assumed to be true
4. The plus sign (+) originally stood for this Latin word
5. Less than zero
6. Ten to the power of hundred
7. Simplest platonic solid, triangular pyramid
8. The most beautiful equation in mathematics is named after whom?
9. Symbol used for the roots of numbers
10. Earliest known mathematician
11. A field of mathematics in which a donut and a cup are considered equal
Down
1. square root of minus one
2. Six-sided polygon
3. A statement thought to be true but which proof is not yet known
4. Platonic solid with the most sides
5. Numbers 2,13,57 are ____
6. Written at the end of a proof

19 Clues: Less than zeroSix-sided polygonrepeated exponentiationsquare root of minus oneNumbers 2,13,57 are ____Ten to the power of hundredStatement assumed to be trueSelf-contradictory statementEarliest known mathematicianWritten at the end of a proofPlatonic solid with the most sidesSymbol used for the roots of numbers...

Mathematics2021-12-06

Across
1. A ____ strip is a one sided surface you get by gluing together two sides of a tape
2. repeated exponentiation
3. Statement assumed to be true
4. The plus sign (+) originally stood for this Latin word
5. Less than zero
6. Ten to the power of hundred
7. Simplest platonic solid, triangular pyramid
8. The most beautiful equation in mathematics is named after whom?
9. Symbol used for the roots of numbers
10. Earliest known mathematician
11. A field of mathematics in which a donut and a cup are considered equal
Down
1. square root of minus one
2. Six-sided polygon
3. A statement thought to be true but which proof is not yet known
4. Platonic solid with the most sides
5. Numbers 2,13,57 are ____
6. Written at the end of a proof

19 Clues: Less than zeroSix-sided polygonrepeated exponentiationsquare root of minus oneNumbers 2,13,57 are ____Ten to the power of hundredStatement assumed to be trueSelf-contradictory statementEarliest known mathematicianWritten at the end of a proofPlatonic solid with the most sidesSymbol used for the roots of numbers...

MATHEMATICS2016-02-20

Across
1. A NUMBER THAT CAN ONLY BE DIVIDED EXACTLY BY ITSELF AND THE NUMBER ONE (E.G. 7)
2. A RATIO OF ALGEBRAIC QUANTITIES
3. ONE OF THE WRITTEN NUMBERS FROM 0 TO 9
4. A DOT USED TO SEPERATE ONES FRROM TENTH
5. THE ACT OF UNITING NUMBERS
6. BRACETS EXPONENTS DIVISION MULTIPICAION ADDITION SUBTRACTION
7. NUMBERS LESS THAN ZERO
8. THE VALUE OF A DIGIT DEPENDING ON ITS PLACE IN A NUMBER
9. FACTS AND STATISTICS COLLECTED TOGETHER FOR REFERENCE OR ANALYSIS
Down
1. THE PROCESS OF FINDING THE DIFFERENCE
2. 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679
3. A PROPORTION PER 100
4. THE OPPOSITE OF A PRIME NUMBER
5. OPPOSITE OF DIVISION
6. FRACTIONS OF A WHOLE
7. A NUMBER WITHOUT FRACTIONAL PARTS
8. THE ACTION OF SEPARATING SOMETHING INTO PARTS
9. A SYMBOL USED TO SEPERATE THE VALUE OF THE NUMBERS (E.G. 1,234,567)
10. THE PART OF MATHEMATICS IN WHICH LETTERS AND OTHER GENERAL SYMBOLS ARE USED TO REPRESENT NUMBERS AND QUANTITIES IN FORMULAE AND EQUATIONS.

19 Clues: A PROPORTION PER 100OPPOSITE OF DIVISIONFRACTIONS OF A WHOLENUMBERS LESS THAN ZEROTHE ACT OF UNITING NUMBERSTHE OPPOSITE OF A PRIME NUMBERA RATIO OF ALGEBRAIC QUANTITIESA NUMBER WITHOUT FRACTIONAL PARTSTHE PROCESS OF FINDING THE DIFFERENCEONE OF THE WRITTEN NUMBERS FROM 0 TO 9A DOT USED TO SEPERATE ONES FRROM TENTH...

Mathematics2017-03-02

1. 5-4=
2. 4x4=
3. 12-7=
4. 7x2=
5. 90-70=
6. 9+3=
7. 8x5=
8. 10x2-3=
9. 2x10+3=
10. 100-98=
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1. 7+2=
2. 9x2+1=
3. 6-3=
4. 40+40=
5. 5+5+5=
6. 20-2=
7. 7x10=
8. 95-91=
9. 2x2x2=

19 Clues: 5-4=7+2=4x4=6-3=7x2=9+3=8x5=12-7=20-2=7x10=9x2+1=40+40=5+5+5=90-70=95-91=2x2x2=10x2-3=2x10+3=100-98=

Mathematics2020-10-29

Across
1. Division by _____ is not defined
2. A number multiplied by a variable
3. The whole is greater than the ____
4. Longest chord in a circle
5. A straight line segment can be drawn joining any ____ points
6. The intersection point of two sides of a plane figure
7. The square of the ______ is equal to the sum of the square of the other two sides
8. Quadrilateral having both pairs of opposite sides parallel to each other
9. All right angles are ____
10. In a triangle when a line passes through a point in one side and a point in other side the the line is ______ to the third side
Down
1. Two triangles are said to be similar if the angles are equal and the sides are ______
2. Distance around a circle
3. _______ triangle has all sides and angles are unequal
4. pi is _____
5. A polynomial with 3 terms
6. The value that appears most often in a set of data values
7. Angle which is greater than 180 but less than 360
8. Consists of rational and irrational numbers
9. use of letters or symbols for unknown value

19 Clues: pi is _____Distance around a circleA polynomial with 3 termsLongest chord in a circleAll right angles are ____Division by _____ is not definedA number multiplied by a variableThe whole is greater than the ____Consists of rational and irrational numbersuse of letters or symbols for unknown valueAngle which is greater than 180 but less than 360...

Mathematics2024-05-15

Across
1. V=Bh
2. V=Ah
3. Changes the shape.
4. when you earn interest on the money you've saved and on the interest you earn along the way.
5. Negative correlation is a relationship between two variables in which one variable increases as the other decreases, and vice versa. In statistics, a perfect negative correlation is represented by the value -1.0, while a 0 indicates no correlation, and +1.0 indicates a perfect positive correlation
6. the square of the length of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the legs of the right triangle.
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1. the square of the length of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the legs of the right triangle.
2. every x value has only one y value.
3. c2=a2+b2
4. an instance of reflecting.
5. V=43r3
6. a relationship between two variables that tend to move in the same direction.
7. an input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input.
8. circular movement.
9. V=13Bh
10. lack of correlation.
11. not a real number
12. times itself
13. moves a shape left or right and/or up or down.
14. a line indicating the general course or tendency of something, e.g. a geographical feature or a set of points on a graph.

20 Clues: V=BhV=AhV=43r3V=13Bhc2=a2+b2times itselfnot a real numberChanges the shape.circular movement.lack of correlation.an instance of reflecting.every x value has only one y value.moves a shape left or right and/or up or down.an input-output relationship that has exactly one output for each input....

Standards of Application2022-01-28

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1. After getting on the Iowa Core website, what subject should my team (as math teachers) click on once on the landing page?
2. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Mathematical Content and Practice Standards under Instruction to find the answer: What link can you click on to show the connections between this Iowa Common Core Standards and Mathematics?
3. The NCSM stands for the National Council of _______ of Mathematics.
4. The NCTM stands for the National Council of _______of Mathematics.
5. What standardized test can you take to get into college? (Hint not the SAT)
6. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Mathematical Content and Practice Standards then Standards for Mathematical Content and finally onto High School Mathematics to find the answer: What does the star symbolize while looking at the standards?
7. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then navigate for the question: What type of resources are under the formative assessments?
8. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Professional Learning under Professional Development to find the answer: What is the last name of the lead writer for Principles to Actions?
9. After getting on the Iowa Core website and clicking mathematics, be able to navigate through those three main headers with one of them having the hint of: ___________ Development helps teachers become better teachers.
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1. After getting on the Iowa Core website and clicking mathematics, be able to navigate through those three main headers with one of them having the hint of: For tools to design ________ that supports students.
2. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then the Professional Learning link under Professional Development to find the answer: what channel shares an environment where teachers can watch, share, and learn techniques to help students?
3. After getting on the Iowa Core website and clicking mathematics, be able to navigate through those three main headers with one of them having the hint of: A test can also be called an ___________.
4. What is the last name of the best person to contact for math on the mathematics resource page?
5. What is the Iowa statewide standardized assessment of student progress called in abbreviated form?
6. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Instructional Practices under Instruction to find the answer: Achieve the _______, gives instructional practice resources for coaching, lesson planning, teaching, and alignment rubrics.
7. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Mathematical Content and Practice Standards under Instruction to find the answer: You should click on Standards for Mathematical _________, to find the Iowa Core Standards.
8. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Professional Learning link under Professional Development to find the answer: Effective teaching practices support the _______ of a positive identity.
9. Iowa _______ Core
10. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Instructional Practices under Instruction to find the answer: Principles to Actions for teachers, for _____, for administrators.
11. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Instructional Practices under Instruction, the Math Teaching _______, wants to ensure mathematical success for every student.

20 Clues: Iowa _______ CoreThe NCTM stands for the National Council of _______of Mathematics.The NCSM stands for the National Council of _______ of Mathematics.What standardized test can you take to get into college? (Hint not the SAT)What is the last name of the best person to contact for math on the mathematics resource page?...

Mathematics2014-10-16

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1. Has only one root
2. form of linear function Ax+By+C = 0 or Ax+By=C
3. Any set of one or more ordered pairs
5. Whenever the slope is decreasing
6. A way of getting the zeroes of quadratic function by factors
7. Another term for ordinate
8. Has no real roots
9. The longest leg of a right triangle
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1. Has two real roots
2. Another term for abcissa
3. A two-dimensional, mirror-symmetrical curve
4. root property A way of getting the zeroes of quadratic function by square roots
5. form A(x-h)+k
6. If the denominator is zero
7. function Switching/interchanging coordinates of the ordered pairs
8. Whenever the slope is increasing
9. the square H= -b/2a k=4ac-b/4a
10. A special type of relation

19 Clues: form A(x-h)+kHas only one rootHas no real rootsHas two real rootsAnother term for abcissaAnother term for ordinateIf the denominator is zeroA special type of relationthe square H= -b/2a k=4ac-b/4aWhenever the slope is decreasingWhenever the slope is increasingThe longest leg of a right triangleAny set of one or more ordered pairs...

Mathematics2024-05-15

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1. The longest side on a triangle
2. A number that has repeating decimals
3. a relation between a set of inputs having one output eac
4. a figure and slides it the same distance in the same direction
5. a three-dimensional shape consisting of two parallel circular bases
6. Turning
7. How to find X on a triangle
8. Numbers that include both rational and irrational numbers
9. A 3-dimensional space with no vertex or point
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1. three-dimensional shape, with flat base and a point
2. A change in appearance
3. A number times itself
4. An object is flipped to create a congruent image
5. The right angle on a triangle
6. Making an object bigger or smaller
7. The area including the base(s) and the curved part
8. The rise of a line
9. A natural number greater than 1 which has only two factors
10. How much is needed to fill an object

19 Clues: TurningThe rise of a lineA number times itselfA change in appearanceHow to find X on a triangleThe right angle on a triangleThe longest side on a triangleMaking an object bigger or smallerA number that has repeating decimalsHow much is needed to fill an objectA 3-dimensional space with no vertex or point...

Mathematics2014-08-11

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1. numerical coefficient
2. well defined collection of distinct object
3. The counting element has no end
4. Order does not matter
5. It has same number of elements
6. The exponent of a power indicates how many times the box multiplies
7. Algebraic expression counting
8. well defined real number that exactly 1 number
9. Any no or expression raised from 0 is equal to 1
10. No common element
11. Totality of elements under consideration
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1. distinct set of an algebraic sum
2. It contains definite number of elements
3. symbol denoting a quality or impression which can assume many values
4. Common elements
5. groupings does not matter
6. Collection of algebraic symbol represents a number
7. It has same elements

18 Clues: Common elementsNo common elementIt has same elementsnumerical coefficientOrder does not mattergroupings does not matterAlgebraic expression countingIt has same number of elementsThe counting element has no enddistinct set of an algebraic sumIt contains definite number of elementsTotality of elements under consideration...

Mathematics2014-08-11

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1. Algebraic expression counting
2. symbol denoting a quality or impression which can assume many values
3. Order does not matter
4. The counting element has no end
5. distinct set of an algebraic sum
6. It has same elements
7. No common element
8. Common elements
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1. Totality of elements under consideration
2. numerical coefficient
3. well defined real number that exactly 1 number
4. It has same number of elements
5. The exponent of a power indicates how many times the box multiplies
6. groupings does not matter
7. Collection of algebraic symbol represents a number
8. Any no or expression raised from 0 is equal to 1
9. real number assume exactly 1 value
10. It contains definite number of elements
11. well defined collection of distinct object

19 Clues: Common elementsNo common elementIt has same elementsnumerical coefficientOrder does not mattergroupings does not matterAlgebraic expression countingIt has same number of elementsThe counting element has no enddistinct set of an algebraic sumreal number assume exactly 1 valueIt contains definite number of elements...

Mathematics2022-04-18

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1. if it is possible to superpose one of them on the other so that they coincide throughout.
2. In how many ways cally arrange 6 potted plants in a row?
3. we multiply all the integers less than or equal to our chosen number.
4. the pairs of angles that are found in the same relative position on different intersections
5. a corner whether constituting a projecting part or a partially enclosed space
6. The vertical axis is usually called
7. a pair of opposite angles formed by intersecting lines
8. two angles or arcs whose sum is 180 degrees.
9. is any factor, trait, or condition that can exist in differing amounts or types.
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1. Two angles are Complementary when they. add up to 90 degrees (a Right Angle ).
2. sums of terms of the form k⋅xⁿ, where k is any number and n is a positive integer
3. we multiply all the integers less than or equal to our chosen number.
4. part of a line that has two endpoints and is finite in length
5. a numerical or constant quantity placed before and multiplying the variable in an algebraic expression
6. How many turning points does p(x)=(x-2)(x+5)(x+3) have?
7. is the integer denoted _____ that, when used as a counting number, means that no objects are present.
8. we multiply all the integers less than or equal to our chosen number.
9. one of the axes of a two- or three-dimensional graph a diagram showing the relation between variable quantities, typically of two variables, each measured along one of a pair of axes at right angles
10. the number of times a number is multiplied by itself.
11. h(x)=(x-3)3(x+3)2 determine if odd or even

20 Clues: The vertical axis is usually calledh(x)=(x-3)3(x+3)2 determine if odd or eventwo angles or arcs whose sum is 180 degrees.the number of times a number is multiplied by itself.a pair of opposite angles formed by intersecting linesHow many turning points does p(x)=(x-2)(x+5)(x+3) have?In how many ways cally arrange 6 potted plants in a row?...

Standards of Application2022-01-28

Across
1. After getting on the Iowa Core website, what subject should my team (as math teachers) click on once on the landing page?
2. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Mathematical Content and Practice Standards under Instruction to find the answer: What link can you click on to show the connections between this Iowa Common Core Standards and Mathematics?
3. The NCSM stands for the National Council of _______ of Mathematics.
4. The NCTM stands for the National Council of _______of Mathematics.
5. What standardized test can you take to get into college? (Hint not the SAT)
6. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Mathematical Content and Practice Standards then Standards for Mathematical Content and finally onto High School Mathematics to find the answer: What does the star symbolize while looking at the standards?
7. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then navigate for the question: What type of resources are under the formative assessments?
8. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Professional Learning under Professional Development to find the answer: What is the last name of the lead writer for Principles to Actions?
9. After getting on the Iowa Core website and clicking mathematics, be able to navigate the through those three main headers with one of them having the hint of: ___________ Development helps teachers become better teachers.
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1. After getting on the Iowa Core website and clicking mathematics, be able to navigate the through those three main headers with one of them having the hint of: For tools to design ________ that supports students.
2. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then the Professional Learning link under Professional Development to find the answer: what channel shares an environment where teachers can watch, share, and learn techniques to help students?
3. After getting on the Iowa Core website and clicking mathematics, be able to navigate the through those three main headers with one of them having the hint of: A test can also be called an ___________.
4. What is the last name of the best person to contact for math on the mathematics resource page?
5. What is the Iowa statewide standardized assessment of student progress called in abbreviated form?
6. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Instructional Practices under Instruction to find the answer: Achieve the _______, gives instructional practice resources for coaching, lesson planning, teaching, and alignment rubrics.
7. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Mathematical Content and Practice Standards under Instruction to find the answer: You should click on Standards for Mathematical _________, to find the Iowa Core Standards.
8. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Professional Learning link under Professional Development to find the answer: Effective teaching practices support the _______ of a positive identity.
9. Iowa _______ Core
10. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Instructional Practices under Instruction to find the answer: Principles to Actions for teachers, for _____, for administrators.
11. Once on the Iowa Core website, click on mathematics then Instructional Practices under Instruction, the Math Teaching _______, wants to ensure mathematical success for every student.

20 Clues: Iowa _______ CoreThe NCTM stands for the National Council of _______of Mathematics.The NCSM stands for the National Council of _______ of Mathematics.What standardized test can you take to get into college? (Hint not the SAT)What is the last name of the best person to contact for math on the mathematics resource page?...

MATHEMATICS2014-05-31

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1. A group
2. Another name for a dot
3. One fifth and two tenths are_________ fractions
4. What is currency.
5. Perimeter of a circle
6. XVI is a_______ numeral
7. You use this to get a sum
8. You get this when you multiply.
9. Half of a diameter
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1. You can never divide a number by
2. Longest chord
3. A polygon formed of four line segments
4. Half of a circle
5. Hours in a day
6. 10 times more than 10
7. Our body is said to be___________
8. What is the sum of the lengths of a squares four sides called
9. Do this to get a quotient

18 Clues: A groupLongest chordHours in a dayHalf of a circleWhat is currency.Half of a diameter10 times more than 10Perimeter of a circleAnother name for a dotXVI is a_______ numeralYou use this to get a sumDo this to get a quotientYou get this when you multiply.You can never divide a number byOur body is said to be___________...