ton | | to move in one direction |

ordinal | | a drawing that shows a relationship between sets of data |

base | | Two end points and the line that connects them |

time | | a comparison of two numbers expressed as a fraction |

Polygon | | a closed, oval, plane figure |

Numerator | | a number that describes all the numbers, mean |

estimate | | a six-sided polygon |

Octogon | | used to graph points |

Average | | 3 of these are equal to 1 meter |

Mass | | straight up and down |

inch | | 1/12 of a foot |

catagories | | the middle number in a set |

addend | | equal to .01 of a meter |

key | | a symbol or letter that represents a numerical value |

face | | forms a mirror image |

weight | | mathmatical sentence using an equal sign which states both sides are equal |

Ratio | | the greatest amount a container can hold |

clustering | | lines in the same plane that intersect at right angles |

vertical | | a unit of liquid measure |

graphs | | an eight-sided polygon |

triangle | | to divide into 2 equal parts |

Hexagon | | length of a perpindicular line segment |

Radius | | a figure having the shape of a basketball |

capicity | | the flat surface of a 3d figure |

mile | | the amount of matter in an object |

equation | | 2 rays with a common endpoint |

Mean | | The top number in a fraction |

symmetry | | time that has passed |

angle | | a list or table |

area | | organized information |

obtuse | | explains symbols on a graph or map; gives the answers |

Perpendicular | | grouping together |

grid | | position |

bisect | | does not have 2 as a factor |

fraction | | a closed plane figure with 3 or more sides that are line segments |

foot | | can be measured in weeks |

Infer | | the side on which a figure rests |

cup | | a straight path that extends infinitely |

width | | a line segment that has one point in the center of a circle and another on the circle |

slide | | lines that extend in the same direction and are always the same distance appart |

whole | | to come to a conclusion by guessing or implying |

sphere | | a way of representing whole or part of a group |

Median | | the measure of the surface |

Variable | | a tool used to draw a circle |

yard | | groups of like data |

Horizontal | | one of the numbers in an addition problem |

parallel | | unit of length |

ray | | angel larger than 90 degrees |

height | | a measurement of weight |

elapsed | | a number close to an exact amount; a guess |

odd | | per hundred, out of a hundred |

centimeter | | parallel to the horizon |

LineSegment | | watching carefully to come to an understanding |

Observe | | the measurement of the short side |

compass | | one |

chart | | a unit of length |

data | | a number that shows position or order in a series |

ellipse | | a polygon with 3 sides and angles |

place | | a measure of heaviness |

percent | | a number found by dividing the sum by the number of addends |