math final vocal words part 2

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math final vocal words part 2
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  1. part of the population being surveyed
    sampling
  2. parallelogram with all sides congruent
    rhombus
  3. a pair of angles on the inner side of lines cut by transversal that are on opposite sides of transversal
    alternate exterior angles
  4. quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides
    trapezoid
  5. quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides
    parallelogram
  6. rectangle with 4 congruent sides
    square
  7. set of points in a plane that are the same distance from a given point called the center
    circle
  8. side opposite the right angle in a right triangle
    hypotenuse
  9. sample chosen randomly from randomly selected subgroups
    stratified
  10. sides that include the right triangle in a right triangle
    legs
  11. sum of squares of lengths of the 2 legs in a right triangle = the square of the length of hypotenuse
    pathagorean theorem
  12. a straight path that extends without end in opposite directions
    line
  13. sample that is not a good representation of the whole population
    biased
  14. 2 angles whose measures add to 90 degrees
    complimentary angles
  15. triangle with no congruent sides
    scalene triangle
  16. the spread of values in a set of data
    variability
  17. triangle containing a right angle
    right triangle
  18. table that lists data according to number of times it occurs
    frecuency table
  19. triangle with at least two congruent sides
    isosolese triangle
  20. 3 values that include the median, median of lower half, and median of upper half of data
    quartile
  21. triangle with all angles measuring less than 90 degrees
    acute triangle
  22. the thoerem that states that the measures of the angles a triangle up to to 180 degrees
    triangle sum therom
  23. triangle containing one obtuse angle
    obtuse triangle
  24. 2 angles whose measures have a sum of 180 degrees
    supplementary angles
  25. the vertical change when the slope of a lines is expressed as the ration "rise over run"
    slope
  26. value much greater or much less than others in a data set
    outlier
  27. 3-D figure in which all the surfaces or faces are polygons
    prism
  28. 3-D figure with one vertex and one circular base
    cone
  29. 3-D figure with all points the same distance from the center
    pyramid
  30. 3-D figure with 2 parallel, congruent circular bases connected by a curved lateral surface
    cylinder
  31. circle on sphere such that plane containing the circle passes through the center of the circle
    hemisphere
  32. cone in which a line drawn rom base to vertex passes through the center of the base
    regular pyramid
  33. curved surface that is not a base
    sphere
  34. distance from base of cone to vertex, measured along the
    lateral surface
  35. face that is not a base in prism or pyramid
    lateral surface
  36. flat surface of a polygon
    faces
  37. half of a sphere
    hemisphere
  38. intersection of 3 or more faces
    vertex
  39. line segment along with 2 faces of polyhedron intersect
    edge
  40. polyhedron with 2 congruent, polygon-shaped bases and other faces that are all parallelograms
    prism
  41. polyhedron with polygon base and triangular sides that all meet a common vertex
    quadrilateral pyramid
  42. pyramid whose base is a regular polygon & whose lateral faces are all congruent
    regular pyramid
  43. sum of the areas of the faces or surfaces of a  3-D figure
    volume
  44. an ordered list of numbers whose consecutive terms have a common difference
    sequence
  45. the difference between 2 consecutive terms in an arithmetic sequence
    pattern
  46. the ratio each term in a geometric sequence is multiplied by to produce the next term
    difference
  47. the set of all possible input values of a function; also corresponds to the X value
    factors
  48. relationship between input and output with exactly one output for each input
    prime

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