7th Grade Math Vocabulary

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7th Grade Math Vocabulary
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  1. Middle number in a data set. (make sure you put them in order from least to greatest)
    Median
  2. Number that occurs the most in the set
    Mode
  3. Average of all numbers in the set
    Mean
  4. Number that is too high or low for the  data set.  This number affects the mean the most.
    Outlier
  5. Highest minus the lowest numbers in the set.
    Range
  6. Distribute the number outside the parenthesis to the numbers on the inside.  5(6 +7) = 5 x 6 + 5 x 7
    Distributive Property
  7. The true value of a number.  The distance it is from 0.
    Absolute value
  8. Flipping the fractions denominator and numerator.
    reciprocal
  9. Numbers consisting of the negatives, zero, and positives.
    Integer
  10. The two numbers that are the same distance from zero but on opposite sides of the number line.
    Opposite number
  11. A comparison of two numbers using division. (5 to 3, 5:3, 5/3)
    Ratio
  12. An expression that consists of numbers variables, and operations.  Same as algebraic expression.
    Variable expression
  13. A symbol, usually a letter, which is used to represent one or more numbers.
    Variable
  14. An expression of numbers and operations - no letters.
    Numerical expression
  15. Expression that uses numbers, symbols, and variables. 4x + 3 = 12
    Algebraic expressin
  16. An equation stating that two ratios are equivalent.
    Proportion
  17. A Probability based on a sample or repeated trials of an experiment.
    Experimental Probability
  18. A rate that has a denominator of 1 unit.
    Unit rate
  19. A number from 0 to 1 that measures the likelihood that that event will occur.
    Probavility
  20. A ratio of two quantities measured in different units.
    Rate

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