A quadrilateral (shape with four sides) with two pairs of parallel sides .
Symbols used to indicate computation.
Example: +, -, X
What is operation symbols?
A part of a whole (region, line or set);
May also be used to represent division.
The amount that a container can hold.
Example: Make 52 ->50 or 16 -> 20
The number of equal parts making up a whole
(the bottom number in a fraction).
Lines that are always the same distance apart and will never intersect .
A quadrilateral with two pairs of equal adjacent sides .
The operation of making equal groups to find out how many in each group or how many groups .
A number sentence not equal in size, amount, or value
(usually one of the following symbols is used <, >, ≤, ≥, ≠)
Tells how many equal parts of a whole are being described
hint: (the top number of a fraction)
A display using a number line with marks or dots that show frequency.
In addition and multiplication, no matter how the numbers are grouped, the answer will always be the same.
Example: 3+5=8 and 5+3=8
Example: 4 X 6=24 6 X 4=24
Space between numbers on a number line or the grid lines of a graph .
When a whole is divided into equal parts, just one of those parts.
Example: 1/3 or 1/8
Hint: like the corner of a square.
A polygon with 7 sides .
The product of any number and a counting number.
Symbols used to show equalities and inequalities between quantities and values.
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