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Cards (29)

Section 1

(29 cards)

Point

Front

A place in space that is often marked by a letter or number.

Back

Intersect

Front

Two lines that cross each other.

Back

Gallon

Front

A customary unit used for capacity.

Back

Acute Triangle

Front

A triangle where all three angles measure less than 90 degrees.

Back

Perimeter

Front

2W x 2L

Back

Remainder

Front

The amount left over when one number cannot be divided evenly.

Back

Product

Front

The answer to a multiplication problem.

Back

Ray

Front

A line that has a beginning point and extends indefinitely in one direction.

Back

Line Segment

Front

Part of a line with a two points marking a beginning and end.

Back

Gram

Front

A metric unit used for weight/mass.

Back

Perpendicular Lines

Front

Two lines that intersect forming right angles.

Back

Denominator

Front

The number on the bottom of a fraction. "The SIZE of the pieces."

Back

Obtuse Triangle

Front

A triangle with one angle that measures more than 90 degrees.

Back

Yard

Front

A customary unit used for length.

Back

Protractor

Front

A tool used to measure angles.

Back

Parallel Lines

Front

Two lines that will never intersect.

Back

Acute

Front

An angle that measures less than 90 degrees.

Back

Quotient

Front

The answer to a division problem.

Back

Pound

Front

A customary unit used for weight/mass.

Back

Straight Angle

Front

An angle that measures 180 degrees.

Back

Line

Front

Extends indefinitely in both directions.

Back

Area

Front

Length x Width

Back

Liter

Front

A metric unit used for capacity.

Back

Meter

Front

A metric unit used for length.

Back

Obtuse

Front

An angle that measures more than 90 degrees.

Back

Improper Fraction

Front

A fraction where the numerator is bigger than the denominator.

Back

Right Triangle

Front

A triangle with one angle that measures 90 degrees.

Back

Numerator

Front

The number on the top of a fraction. "The number of pieces."

Back

Right Angle

Front

An angle that measures 90 degrees.

Back