Crossword Puzzle
Math Vocabulary Terms Crossword Puzzle
Across
- this occurs when u x 1 quantity by a constant to help find the other quantity (proportionalrelationship)
- a 3-dimensional shape with a circular base and a vertex opposite the base (cone)
- a 3-dimensional shape with 6 identical square faces (cube)
- a line segment formed where two faces of a 3-dimensional object shape meet (edge)
- the vertical distance between the face chosen to be the base and the opposite end (height)
- To tell or show how two things are alike and different (compare)
- same shape and the same size (congruent)
- similar to our original figure after we stretch or shrink (image)
- a set of positive or negative numbers (integers)
- a problem using the signs multiplication, division, adding, and subtracting (equation)
- consisting of, involving, or describable by terms of the first degree (linear)
Down
- Fraction = A Fraction (proportion)
- The number you multiply by to make similar figures (scalefactor)
- A comparison of 2 quantities (ratio)
- A rate in which the second quantity is one unit (unitrate)
- it is the unit rate (constantofproportion)
- the percentage of the sale price of an item (commision)
- same shape and different size (similar)
- the face of a 3-dimensional shape that is on the bottom (base)
- a 3-dimensional shape with two opposite faces that are congruent circles (cylinder)
- a flat two-dimensional surface of a three-dimensional shape (face)
- to find an approximate answer that is relatively close to an exact amount (estimate)
- to give facts and details that make an idea easier to understand (explain)
- this spot on the graph is represented by (0,0) (origin)
- the tangent of the angle between a given straight line and the x-axis of a system of Cartesian coordinates (slope)
- having the nature or characteristics of a variable (variables)
- to have a connection or impact on something else (relate)
- the process of determining the answer to a problem (solution)
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