Saxon Algebra 1 Vocabulary

Saxon Algebra 1 Vocabulary

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Section 1

(50 cards)

circumference

Front

The perimeter of a circle.

Back

pi

Front

The exact numberof times the diameter of circle will go around the circle, which is approximately 3.14.

Back

diameter

Front

The radius of a circle times two.

Back

180 degrees

Front

The sum of measures of the three angles in any triangle is 180 degrees.

Back

undeagon

Front

An eleven-sided polygon.

Back

obtuse angle

Front

An angle that is larger than a right angle but less than a straight angle.

Back

real number

Front

All negative or positive numbers and zero.

Back

radius

Front

The distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle.

Back

right angle

Front

The angle made by perpendicular lines.

Back

heptagon

Front

A seven-sided polygon.

Back

perimeter

Front

The measure (or distance) around a polygon.

Back

nonagon

Front

A nine-sided polygon.

Back

triangle

Front

A three-sided polygon.

Back

hexagon

Front

A six-sided polygon.

Back

pentagon

Front

A five-sided polygon.

Back

decagon

Front

A ten-sided polygon.

Back

negative number

Front

Any number less than zero.

Back

rhombus

Front

An equilateral parallelogram.

Back

equiangular triangle

Front

A triangle in which the measure of all angles are equal.

Back

vertex

Front

The endpoint of each segment in a polygon.

Back

equilateral triangle

Front

A triangle in which the length of all sides are equal.

Back

irrational number

Front

A number with an infinite number of digits after the decimal point.

Back

octagon

Front

An eight-sided polygon

Back

dodecagon

Front

A twelve-sided polygon.

Back

regular polygon

Front

A polygon in which all segments have the same length and all angles have the same measure.

Back

perpendicular

Front

Two lines that make a square corner at the point of intersection.

Back

equilateral polygon

Front

A polygon in which all segments (or sides) are the same length.

Back

right triangle

Front

A triangle that has a right angle.

Back

equiangular polygon

Front

A polygon in which all angles have the same measure.

Back

trapezoid

Front

A quadrilateral that has exactly two parallel sides.

Back

quadrilateral

Front

A four-sided polygon.

Back

mixed number

Front

The sum of a whole number and a fraction.

Back

obtuse triangle

Front

A triangle in which one the angles measures more than 90 degrees.

Back

isosceles triangle

Front

A triangle that has at least two sides of equal length.

Back

concave polygon

Front

A polygon with an indentation (or cave).

Back

rectangle

Front

A parallelogram with four right angles.

Back

acute angle

Front

An angle that is smaller than a right angle.

Back

square

Front

A rhombus with four right angles.

Back

parallelogram

Front

A quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides.

Back

zero

Front

Used to describe a physical distance of no magnitude or an empty set.

Back

acute triangle

Front

A triangle in which all angles measure less than 90 degrees.

Back

convex polygon

Front

Any polygon that does not have an indentation.

Back

natural (or counting) numbers

Front

Numbers that are used to count objects or things.

Back

positive number

Front

Any number greater than zero.

Back

scalene triangle

Front

A triangle in which none of the sides are equal in length.

Back

side

Front

Each segment of a polygon.

Back

straight angle

Front

Two right angles form a straight angle.

Back

decimal system

Front

The system of numeration that is used to designate numbers.

Back

positive real number

Front

Any number that can be used to describe a physical distance greater than zero.

Back

point of intersection

Front

The point where two lines cross.

Back

Section 2

(50 cards)

difference

Front

The result of subtraction problem.

Back

quotient

Front

The result of a division problem.

Back

inverse operations

Front

opposite operations: addition/subtraction multiplication/division

Back

opposite of a number

Front

on a number line, a number that is the same distance away from zero in the other direction

Back

denominator

Front

The number that is on the bottom in a fraction.

Back

equation

Front

an algebraic statement consisting of two expressions connected with an = sign

Back

fraction

Front

A division problem represent as such: 3/4.

Back

unit multipliers

Front

Fractions used to change the units of a measurement.

Back

undefined

Front

any expression ÷ 0 (5/0)

Back

absolute value of zero

Front

zero

Back

addend

Front

Each number in an addition problem.

Back

area of a triangle

Front

A= 1/2bh

Back

product

Front

The result of a multiplication problem.

Back

multiplicative inverse

Front

every real number has a reciprocal that when combined makes it equal to 1 (3 . . . 1/3)

Back

constant

Front

a quantity whose value does not change

Back

integers

Front

Positive and negative whole numbers {..., -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ....}

Back

term

Front

a single entity that represents or has the value of a number {4 x xy xy/p}

Back

inequality

Front

Two or more expressions connected by ≠ < or >

Back

dividend

Front

The first number in a division problem.

Back

variable

Front

a letter used to represent a number

Back

area of a circle

Front

A = πr²

Back

{ }

Front

braces

Back

divisor

Front

The second number in a division problem.

Back

square unit

Front

a square with sides one unit long.

Back

equality

Front

two expressions that are equal connected by an = sign

Back

area of a rectangle

Front

A= length x width

Back

factor

Front

The numbers in a multiplication problem.

Back

set

Front

Designates a well-defined collection of numbers.

Back

four basic math operations

Front

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

Back

irrational numbers

Front

number not expressible as a ration of whole numbers(includes: π, square root of 2, etc...)

Back

additive inverse

Front

every real number has an opposite that when combines makes it equal to 0 (2.56 . . . . -2.56)

Back

minuend

Front

The first number in a subtraction problem.

Back

signed numbers

Front

Numbers designated as either negative or positive by prefixing the number with either a (-) or a (+).

Back

whole numbers

Front

Includes the number zero with a set of natural numbers.

Back

expression

Front

one or more symbols that represents a single numerical value (algebraic/numerical)

Back

algebraic addition

Front

If a and b are real numbers, then a - b = a +(-b)

Back

Commutative Property

Front

addition: a + b = b + a multiplication: a x b = b x a

Back

sum

Front

The result of an addition problem.

Back

whole numbers

Front

{ 0, 1, 2, 3, 4....}

Back

rational numbers

Front

number expressible as a ratio of whole numbers(can include fractions, decimals and square roots with finite results)

Back

real numbers

Front

inclusive set of all numbers (counting, whole, rational & irrational)

Back

integers

Front

Includes negative numbers with a set of natural numbers.

Back

[ ]

Front

brackets

Back

numerator

Front

The number that is on top in a fraction.

Back

subtrahend

Front

The second number in a subtraction problem.

Back

area of a square

Front

A= side²

Back

negative real number

Front

Any number that can be used to describe the negative counterpart of a positive real number.

Back

absolute value

Front

In reference to a number, the positive number that describes the distance on a number line of the graph of the number from the origin.

Back

( )

Front

parenthesis

Back

counting numbers

Front

{ 1, 2, 3, 4, ....} also called natural numbers

Back

Section 3

(18 cards)

square root

Front

One of two equal factors whose product equals the given number

Back

coefficient

Front

a number (numerical ) or letter (literal) which proceeds other factors in an expression

Back

Rules for Equations

Front

•additive property of equality (+/- both sides) •multiplicative property of equality (x/÷ both sides) •common factors cancel

Back

quadratic equations

Front

equations with variables to the second degree

Back

Steps for Factoring

Front

•GCF •Trinomial (foil method) •Difference of perfect squares: a²−b² factors to (a+b)(a−b) •Difference of cubes: b³-8 = (b−2)(b²+2b+4) •Perfect square: x²−6x+9 = (x−3)²

Back

factoring

Front

writing sums as the product of factors

Back

polynomial

Front

expression of more than 2 algebraic terms with different powers of the same variable

Back

Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

Front

product of all prime factors common to each term, to the highest power that it occurs in all of the terms. (used for factoring)Steps: Factor to prime/use each similar factor least number of times

Back

Exponential Notation

Front

expression of a number multiplied by a power of 10

Back

least common multiple (LCM)

Front

smallest number that can be divided evenly by each of a group of numbers (used for common denominators)Steps: Factor to prime/use each factor greatest number of times

Back

root

Front

one of the equal factors whose product equals the number

Back

Exponent

Front

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

Back

Radical

Front

a symbol which represents the square root of a number.

Back

base

Front

the number or expression that is used as a factor in a repeated multiplication

Back

power

Front

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

Back

Rules for terms

Front

•numerical coefficients of like terms can be combined

Back

cubed root

Front

One of three equal factors whose product equals the given number

Back

Scientific Notation

Front

expression of a number multiplied by a power of 10 whereas the base number is written as a value between 1-10

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