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Chapter 4-Multiplying decimals

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Chapter 6-

The week of October 24th

1. estimate- an answer that is close to the exact amount.

2. expanded form-a way of writing a number as a sum of the values of its digi8ts.

3. exponent- an number that tells how many times a given number is used as a factor.

Sept 19th

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1. cube- a three-dimensional figure with six square faces.

2. cup- a customary unit of capacity. 1 cup= 8 ounces

3. decagon- a polygon with ten sides and ten angles.

4. decimal- a number with a decimal point.

5. decimal point- a perido separating the ones from the tenths in a decimal.

6. denominator- the bottom number of a fraction that tells how many equal parts there are.

Aug 29

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1. circle- a closed two-dimensional figure having all points the same distance from a given point.

2. common denominator- a common multple of two more denominators.

3. commutative property of addition- the rule that states that the order of the addends does not change the sum.

4. commutative property of mutliplication- the rule that states that the order of the factors does not change the product.

5. coordinate plane- a grid formed by a horizontal line called the x-axis and a verical line clled the y-axis.

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Vocabulary Words for Aug 22, 2016

1. associative property of multiplication-the rule that states that the grouping of the factors does not change the product.

2. base-ten numeral- a way of writing a number that shows only its digits.

3. benchmark-a common number that can be compared to another number.

4. capacity- the amount that a container can hold.

5. center- the point that is the same distance from all points on a circle.

6. centimeter (cm)- a metric unit of length

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Vocabulary for the week of Aug 15

1.acute triangle- a triangle with three acute angles.

2. addends- numbers that are added.

3. additive identity property of 0- The rule that states that any number plus 0 is equal to that number.

4. angle- a figure made of two rays or two line segments that have the same endpoints.

5. area- the region inside a closed figure measured in square units.

6. associative property of addition- the rule that states that the grouping of the addends does not change the sum.

The week of February 29th

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1. rule- describes how the terms are related.

2. scalene triangle-a triangle with no sides equal.

3. side- a line segment of a polygon.

4. simplest form-the form of a fraction whose numerator and denominator have only 1 as a common factor.

5. square- a rectangle in which four sides have the same length; it is also a rhombus with four right angles.

6. term- a number or figure in a pattern or expression.

1. rectangular prism- a three-dimensional figure with six rectangular faces.

2. regroup- to rename a number for use in addition or subtraction.

3. regular polygon- a polygon that has all sides equal in length and all angles equal in measure.

4. remainder- the number that is left over after division is complete.

5. rhombus- a parallelogram in which four sides have the same length.

6. right triangle- a triangle with one right angle.

7. round- to estimate the value of a number based on a given place.

Week of February 1st

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power- a number that implies the operation of repeated multiplication.

. product- the result of multiplying two or more numbers.

quadrilateral- a polygon with four sides and four angles.

.quart- a customary unit of capacity; 1 quart = 2 pints

quotient- the result of division

rectangle- a parallelogram with four righ angles.

Week of January 11th

Vocabulary Words

1. ounce- a customary unit of weight.

2.parallelogram-a quadrilateral in which both pairs of opposite sides are parallel.

3. pattern-a series of numbers or figures that follows a rule.

4. pentagon-a polygon with five sides and five angles.

5. pint- a customary unit of capacity; 1 pint = 2 cups

6. plane figure- a two -dimensional figure

7.polygon-a closed two dimensional figure made of line segments that do not cross each other.

8. pound- a customary unit of weight; 1 pound = 16 ounces

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Vocabulary Words for January 4th, 2016

1. Obtuse triangle- a triangle with one obtuse angle.

2. A polygon with eight sides and eight angles.

3. operation- addition, subtraction, multiplication, division

4. order of operation- rules used to determine the order of evaluating an expression.

5. ordered pair- two numbers that give a location on a coordinate grid.

6. origin- the point where the axes meet on a coordinate grid named by the ordered pair (0,0).

Vocabulary Words for the week of Dec 7th

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1. mixed number-a number that has a whole number part and a fraction part.

2. multiplicative identity property- of 1- the rule that states that any number times 1 is equal to that number.

3. nonagon- a polygon with nine sides and nine angles.

4. number name- a way of writing numbers using words.

5. numerator- the top number of a fraction that tells how many parts are being considered.

6. numerical expression- a combination of numbers and operation signs

Vocabulary for the week of November 16th.

1, liter- a metric unit of capacity.

2. mass- how much matter an object has- a metric unit of length.

3. meter- a metric unit of length.

4. metric ton- metric unit of masss; 1 metric ton = 1,000 grams.

5. mile- a customary unit of length; 1 mile = 5,280 feet

6. milligram- a metric unit of mass; 1 mg = 1,000 grams

7. millileter- a metric unit of capacity.

8. millimeter- a metric unit of lenght.

Vocabulary for the week of November 9, 2015

1. kite- a quadrilateral with two different pairs of connected sides that have the same length.

2. Least common denominator (LCD)- the least common multiple of two or more denominators.

3. length-the measurement of how long or tall something is.

4. Line plot- a graph used to organize data by placing Xs on a number line.

5. like denominators- fractions with the same denominators.

6. Line segment- a part of a line.

Vocabulary for http://quizlet.com/61688482/inches-kilometer-flash-cards/ the Week of October 26th

1. inch-a customary unit of length; 12 inches = 1 foot.

2. inverse operations- operations that undo each each other, like addition and subtraction, or multiplication and division.

3. irregular polygon- a polygon that does not have hall equal sides and all equal angles.

4. isosceleles triangle- a triangle with two equal sides and angles.

5. kilogram- a metric unit of mass; 1 kg = 1,000 grams

6. Kilometer- a metric unit of length; 1 km =1,000.

Words for the week of October 19th

1. fraction- a number that names a part of a whole or a group.

2. gallon- a customary unit of capacity; 1 gallon = 4 quarts

3. gram-a metric unit of mass; 1,000 grams = 1 kg

4. greatest common factor (GCF)- the greatest factor that is common

5. heptagon- a polygon with seven sides and seven angles.

6. hexagon- a polygon with six sides and six angles.

7. improper fraction-a fraction with a numerator that is greater than or equal to the denominator.

8. inch-a customary unit of length; 12 inches = 1 foot

Words for October 12

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Words for the week of November 10th

1. estimate- an answer that is close to the exact amount.

2. expanded form-a way of writing a number as a sum of the values of its digits.

3. exponent- a number that tells how many times a given number is used as a factor.

4. factor- a number that can be multiplied by another number to get a product.

5. flu8id ounce- a customary unit of capacity.

6. foot- a customary unit of length.

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1.distributive property of multiplication-the rule that states that multiplying a sum by a number gives the same result as multplying each addend in the sum by that number and then adding the products.

2. dividend- a number to be divided.

3. divisor- the number by which the dividend is divided.

4. equation- a number sentence with an equal sign.

5. equilateral triangle-a triangle with three equal sides and angles

6. equivalent fractions- two or more fractions that name the same part of a whole.

No vocabulary words for the week of Sept 7th

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Words for August 31st

1. cube- a three-dimensional figure with six square faces.

2. cup- a customary unit of capacity. 1 cup= 8 ounces

3. decagon- a polygon with ten sides and ten angles.

4. decimal- a number with a decimal point.

5. decimal point- a perido separating the ones from the tenths in a decimal.

6. denominator- the bottom number of a fraction that tells how many equal parts there are.

August 17th Vocabulary Words

1. associative property of multiplication-the rule that states that the grouping of the factors does not change the product.

2. base-ten numeral- a way of writing a number that shows only its digits.

3. benchmark-a common number that can be compared to another number.

4. capacity- the amount that a container can hold.

5. center- the point that is the same distance from all points on a circle.

6. centimeter (cm)- a metric unit of length.

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Vocabulary for the week of April 13th, 2015

Week of March 22, 2015

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1. rectangular prism- a three-dimensional figure with six rectangular faces.

2. regroup- to rename a number for use in addition or subtraction.

3. regular polygon- a polygon that has all sides equal in length and all angles equal in measure.

4. remainder- the number that is left over after division is complete.

5. rhombus- a parallelogram in which four sides have the same length.

6. right triangle- a triangle with one right angle.

7. round- to estimate the value of a number based on a given place.

Week of March 16th

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power- a number that implies the operation of repeated multiplication.

. product- the result of multiplying two or more numbers.

quadrilateral- a polygon with four sides and four angles.

.quart- a customary unit of capacity; 1 quart = 2 pints

quotient- the result of division

rectangle- a parallelogram with four righ angles.

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Vocabulary for the week of Jan 12th- Fifth grade only

1.acute triangle- a triangle with three acute angles.

2. addends- numbers that are added.

3. additive identity property of 0- The rule that states that any number plus 0 is equal to that number.

4. angle- a figure made of two rays or two line segments that have the same endpoints.

5. area- the region inside a closed figure measured in square units.

6. associative property of addition- the rule that states that the grouping of the addends does not change the sum.

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Words for October 27th

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1.distributive property of multiplication-the rule that states that multiplying a sum by a number gives the same result as multplying each addend in the sum by that number and then adding the products.

2. dividend- a number to be divided.

3. divisor- the number by which the dividend is divided.

4. equation- a number sentence with an equal sign.

5. equilateral triangle-a triangle with three equal sides and angles

6. equivalent fractions- two or more fractions that name the same part of a whole.

No vocabulary words for the week of Oct 13th!

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Sept 22nd Vocabulary Words

1. associative property of multiplication-the rule that states that the grouping of the factors does not change the product.

2. base-ten numeral- a way of writing a number that shows only its digits.

3. benchmark-a common number that can be compared to another number.

4. capacity- the amount that a container can hold.

5. center- the point that is the same distance from all points on a circle.

6. centimeter (cm)- a metric unit of length.

Notice: 4th grade will have the same words from the week of Sept 8th. Vocabulary test will be Wednesday, Sept 18th.

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Vocabulary Words for the week of Aug 25th

1. rectangular prism- a three-dimensional figure with six rectangular faces.

2. regroup- to rename a number for use in addition or subtraction.

3. regular polygon- a polygon that has all sides equal in length and all angles equal in measure.

4. remainder- the number that is left over after division is complete.

5. rhombus- a parallelogram in which four sides have the same length.

6. right triangle- a triangle with one right angle.

7. round- to estimate the value of a number based on a given place.

Vocabulary Words for the week of Aug 11th

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1.pound- a customary unit of weight; 16 ounces= 1 pound

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Words for January 13 th

1. Acute angle- an angle with a measure less than 90 degrees.

2. add- to find the total when two or more groups are joined.

3. addend- a number to be added.

4. angle- a figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.

5.area- the number of square units needed to cover a figure.

6. array- an arrangement of objects in equal rows and columns.

7. associative property of multiplication- a property that states that when you multiply, the grouping of the factors does not change.

Week of October 28th

1.Pattern- a predicable arrangement of objects.

2.Octagon-a polygon with 8 sides and 8 angles.

3. Ounce- a customary unit of weight.

4. Pentagon-a polygon with 5 sides.

5. Parallel lines- Lines that never corss and are always the same distance apart.

6. order- To list numbers from least to greatest.

7. perimeter- the distance around a figure.

Week of Oct 21st

1. decimal- a number with a decimal point.

2. decimal point- a period separating the ones from the tenths in a decimal.

3.degree- a unit for measuring angles.

4. denominator- the bottom number in a fraction, which tells how many equal parts in the whole or group.

5. difference- the answer in a subtraction problem.

6. distributive property of multiplication- a property that states that when multiply a number by a sum you can multiply the number by each addend of the sum and then add the products.

Week of October 14th

1. acute angle- an angle with a measure less than 90 degrees.

2. add- to find the total when two or more groups are joined.

3. addend- a number to be added.

4. angle- a figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.

5. area- the number of square units neded to cover a figure.

6. array- an arrangement of objects in equal rows and columns.

7. associative property of multiplication- a property that states that when you multiply, the grouping of the factors does matter.

Vocabulary for the week of September 30

capacity- the measure of howm uch liquid a container holds; also called liquid volume.

centimeter- a metric unit of length- 1 cm = 10 mm.

circle- a two dimensional figure which all pints are an equal distance from the center.

commutative property of multiplication- the rule that states that the order of the factors does not change the product.

coodinate plane- a grid formed by a horizontal line called x-axis and a vertical line called y-axis

cube- a 3-d figure with six square faces

Vocabulary Words for the week of September 16th

- Sequence – an ordered list of numbers.
- Term-each of the numbers in a sequence.
- Benchmark-a familiar number used as a point of reference.
- Estimate- to find a number that is close to an exact amount.
- Hundredth-one of one hundred equal parts.
- Tenth- one of ten equal parts.

Math Vocabulary Terms for the Week of Sept 9th

- Prime number-has only 2 factors, 1 and itself.
- Composite number-has more than 2 factors.
- Sum-answer to an addition problem.
- Mean- an average of a group of numbers.
- Remainder- a number left over after dividing.
- Range- the difference between the least and greatest of a set of numbers.
- Decrease- to make something smaller.

Week of April 7th VOcabulary http://quizlet.com/21536845/april-7-flash-cards/

1. acute angle- an angle with a mesure less than 90 degrees.

2. add- to find the total when two or more groups are joined.

3. addend- a number to be added.

4. angle- a figure formed by two rays that have the same endpoint.

5. area- the number of square units neded to cover a figure.

6. array- an arrangement of objects in equal rows and columns.

7. associative property of multiplication- a property that states that when you multiply, he grouping of the factors does not change the product.

8. base-ten numeral- a number written using only its digits.

9. benchmark- a common number that can be compared to another number.

10. capacity- the measure of how uch liquid a container holds; also called liquid volume.

11. centimeter- a metric unit of length- 1 cm = 10 mm.

12. circle- a two dimensional figure which all pints are an equal distance from the center.

13. common denominator- the same denominator in two or more fractions.

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1. Capacity- the amount a container can hold.

2, centimeter- a metric unit of measurement;100 cm = 1 meter

3. circle- a closed two-dimensional figure having all points the same distance from a given point.

4. commutative property of multiplication- the rule that states that the order of the factors does not change the product.

5. coodinate plane- a grid formed by a horizontal line called x-axis and a vertical line called y-axis.

6. cube- a 3-d figure with six square faces.

7 Cup- a customary unit of capacity; 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces

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1. Pattern- a predictable arrangement of objects.

2. Octagon-a polygon with 8 sides.

3. Ounce- a customary unit of weight.

4. Pentagon- a polygon with 5 sides.

5. Parallel lines- lines that never cross and are always the same distance apart.

6. Order- To list numbers from least to greatest.

7. Perimeter- the distance around a figure.

8. Odd- numbers that cannot be evenly be divided into groupsd of 2 andd are not divisible by 2.

9. Penny-A coin equal to one cent.

10. Ordered pair- a pair of numbers that represents the location of a point on a coordinate plane.

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Vocabulary terms for the week of March 11th

1. prime numbers- a number that has only 2 factors, 1 and itself.

2. composite numbers- a number that has more than 2 factors.

3. inverse operation-opposite operations (multiplication-division) - (addition-subtraction)

4. Sum- the answer to an addition problem.

5. Mean- an average of a a group of numbers.

6. remainder- a number left over after dividing.

7. range- the difference between the least and greates of a set of numbers.

8. decrease- to make something smaller.

March 4th

1.Acute triangle-a triangle whose largest angle is less than 90 degrees.

2. Equilateral triangle- a triangle in which all sides are the same length.

3. isosceles triangle- a triangle with at least two sides of the same length.

4. obtuse triangle-a triangle whose largest angle measures more than 90 degrees.

5. right triangle-a triangle whose largest angle meassures 90 degrees.

6. scalene triangle- a triangle with sides of different length.

7 parallelogram- a quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides.

8. rectangle- a quadrilateral that has four right angles.

9. square- a rectangle with all four sides of equal length.

10. trapezoid- a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.

February 25

- Compatible numbers-numbers that are easy to compute mentally.
- Multiple- a number that is the product of a given number and a counting number.
- Partial quotient-a method of dividing in which multiples of the divisors are subtracted from the dividend and then the quotients are added together.
- Remainder-the amount left over when a number cannot be divided equally.
- Dividend- the number that is to be divided in a division problem.
- Divisor-the number that divides the dividend

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February 11th

1. capacity- the amount a container can hold.

2. foot- a customary unit of length; 1 foot = 12 inches

3. gram- a metric unit of mass; 1,000 grmas = 1 kg

4. line plot- a graph used to organzie data by placing Xs on a number line.

5. volume- the number of cubric units needed to fill a three-dimensinal figure.

6. yard- a customary unit of length; yard = 3 feet, or 36 inches

7. cube- a three dimensional figure with six square faces.

January 28th

1. origin- the point where the axes meet on a coordinate grid, named by the ordered pair.

2. ordered pair-two numbers that give a location on a coordinate grid.

3.r;ound-to estimate the value of a number based on a given place.

4. rule-describes how the terms are related in a pattern.

5. term- the number or figure in a pattern or expression.

6. ton- a customary unit of weight; 1 ton is equal to 2,000 pounds.

7. x- axis- the left to right or horizontal axis on a coordinate grid.

8. y- axis- the up and down or vertical axis on a coordinate grid.

January 14th

1. product- the result of multplying two or more numbers.

2. quadrilateral- a polygon with four sides.

3. quart- a customary unit of capacity.

4. quotient- the result of multiplying.

5. rectangle- a parallelogram with four right angles.

6. rectangular prism- three dimensional figure with six rectangular faces.

7. remainder- the number that is left over after division is complete.

8. Right triangle-a triangle with one right angle.

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Monday: Write vocabulary terms 3 x each.

Tuesday: Draw an example/picture of each term.

Wednesday: Write the definition of each term.

Thursday: Choose three words and write a story or poem.

December 11th NO vocabulary words!

December 3rd

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Nov 26th

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