If you lose the Vocabulary Cards that have been provided for you in your book, please use a math glossary to create your own Vocabulary Cards. They can be created by hand or digitally.
FAQ - Where can I find the definitions for my vocabulary terms?
- Borrow a classmate's vocabulary cards.
- Look in your Big Book Glossary.
- Look in the eGlossary for ThinkCentral.
- Look in an online math dictionary.
FAQ - Can I create my Vocabulary Cards digitally?
- Yes, as long as it can be seen in school on the due date.
Chapter 1 Vocabulary
factor, product, multiple, compatible numbers, dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder, sum, difference, greatest
common factor, least common multiple, prime factorization, prime, composite, decimal, whole number, base, exponent
Chapter 2 Vocabulary
terminating decimal, repeating decimal, multiplicative inverse, reciprocal, benchmark, numerator, denominator,
common denominator, equivalent fractions, mixed number, simplest form, improper fractions, fraction
Chapter 3 Vocabulary
integer, rational number, absolute value, positive number, negative number, opposite, ordered pairs, x-axis, x-coordinate, y-axis, y-coordinate, coordinate plane, origin, line symmetry, quadrants
Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Chapter 7 Vocabulary
algebraic expression, base, coefficient, equivalent expression, evaluate, exponent, like terms, numerical expression, order of operations, terms, variable
Chapter 8 Vocabulary
equation, solution of an equation, inverse operations, Addition Property of Equality, Subtraction Property of Equality, Multiplication Property of Equality, Division Property of Equality, inequality, solution of an
Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Chapter 10 Vocabulary
polygon, regular polygon, perimeter, area, parallel, perpendicular, diagonal, congruent, composite figure, dimension, height, base, quadrilateral, square, parallelogram, rectangle, trapezoid, triangle
Chapter 11 Vocabulary
Chapter 12 Vocabulary
attribute, data, dot plot, frequency, frequency table, histogram, measure of center, mean, median, mode, outlier, population, sample, statistical question, survey