# GLOSSARY MATH

KARLA PAOLA SANDOVAL

Created on February 11, 2024

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FIFTH GRADE

Mastery of math glossary enhances problem-solving, communication, reasoning, confidence, and study skills for improved exam performance and understanding.

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- Define and understand key math terms.
- Solve problems using defined terminology.
- Communicate mathematical ideas effectively.
- Analyze and evaluate mathematical statements.
- Boost confidence and reduce anxiety in exams.
- Retain knowledge for future applications.
- Develop effective study habits using the glossary.

OBJECTIVE AND INSTRUCTIONS

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cHALLENGE 4oRIGINS AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY

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DIVIDEND

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Glossary

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DIVISION

DIVISOR

QUOTIENT

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MULTIPLE OF TEN

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CHALLENGE 3

REMAINDER

APPROXIMATION

ARITHMETIC MEAN

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MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY

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CHALLENGE 3

MODE

MISSING VALUE

UNIT RATE

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DECIMAL NUMBER

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DENOMINATOR

EQUIVALENT FRACTION

NET OF A FIGURE

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DECIMAL QUOTIENT

HUNDREDTH

TENTH

NUMERATOR

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THOUSANDTH

ENLARGMENT

GRID

POINT OF REFERENCE

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REDUCTION

ROTATION

CUBE

PRISM

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DIVISION

Operation that consists of finding the number of times (quotient) that a number (divisor) fits into another (dividend)

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APPROXIMATION

To determine a result tha is close to the exact one.

CUBE:

Solid figure with six equal square faces. It's edges form right andgles in the interior of the figure.

REDUCTION:

Copy of an image that is smaller than the original.

THOUSANDTH

One of one thousand equal parts of a whole.

ARITHMETIC MEAN

Quotient of the sum of the data and the total number of values. It is also known as the average.

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ROTATION:

Turning a figure around a point of reference.

ENLARGEMENT:

Copy of an image that is bigger than the original.

DENOMINADOR

Number below the fraction line. It indicates the number of parts into which a whole has been divided exactly.

DECIMAL QUOTIENT:

Result of a division problem. This number is not a whole number.

NET OF A FIGURE:

Plane figure formed by the faces of a solid figure. If folded correctly, it can be used to build the solid figure.

POINT OF REFERENCE:

Object or place from which you can establish a relationship between locations.

MISSING VALUE:

In a proportion, it is the value that can be calculated using the given information.

MULTIPLE OF TEN

Number that ends with a zero. It can be obtained by multiplying a number by ten

UNIT RATE:

Value that corresponds to one unit in a proportion.

NUMERATOR:

Number above the fraction line that indicates how many equal parts were taken from a whole.

GRID:

Set of lines or elements in the form of a net.

DECIMAL NUMBER:

Number that has a whole number part and a decumal part separated by a decimal point. The whole number part is written to the left of the decumal point and the decumal part is written to the right. The latter represents a number smaller than 1.

REMINDER

Number that remains after dividing a whole number by another that does not divide it exactly

DIVISOR

Number that divides another.

MODE

Data value with the highest frequency

EQUIVALENT FRACTION:

Expression that represents the same amount as another using different numbers and operators.

MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY:

Values that represent a data set as a whole in statistical study.

PRISM:

Solid figure made up of two congruent polygonal bases that are parallel and connected by parallelograms called lateral faces.

HUNDREDTH:

One part of a whole that is divided into one hundred equal parts.

TENTH:

One of the parts of a whole that is divided exactly into ten.

DIVIDEND

Number that will be divided into equal parts.

QUOTIENT

Result of a division problem.