High Standards for High Achievement

Vocabulary Webs on E-Portfolio

Use the Math Dictionary for Kids or your online-textbook glossary to help create your vocab webs!

REMEMBER: All words need the following on your presentation
Word
Definition
Example
Non-Example
Picture from Google images
Your webs can be a concept map or in list form, but all five parts need to be on each slide.

Chapter NINE: Statistics
5 point summary
biased sample
box plot
first quartile
inference
interquartile range
leaf
lower quartile
mean
mean absolute deviation
measures of variation
median
mode
population
random sample
range
sample
sample size
second quartile
simple random sampling
stem
stem-and-leaf plot
stratified random sampling
systemic random sampling
third quartile
unbiased sample
upper quartile




Chapter EIGHT: Surface AREA and Volume
Cylinder
Cone
Cross Section
Hemisphere
Lateral Surface
Plane
Slant height of cones
Slant height of pyramids
Sphere
Surface area
Volume



Chapter Six: Angle Properties and Straight Lines

Complimentary Angles
Supplementary Angles
Adjacent Angles
Alternate Exterior Angles
Alternate Interior Angles
Congruent Angles
Corresponding Angles
Exterior Angles
Interior Angles
Vertical Angles
Transversal
Parallel Lines
Perpendicular lines
Acute
Right
Straight
Obtuse
Intersect
Vertex
Angle Degree

Chapter FIVE: Understanding Direct Proportions

Proportion
Direct Proportion
Constant of Proportionality
Inverse Proportion
Cross Products
Ratio
Rate
Unit Rate
Percent
Coordinate Plane



Chapter FOUR: Algebraic Expressions


Equivalent Equations
Inequality
Solution Set
Equivalent Inequality
Less than / less than or equal to
Greater than/ greater than or equal to
Verbal sentence
Evaluate
Simplify
Reflexive Property
Symmetric Property
Transitive Property



Chapter THREE: Algebraic Expressions


Algebraic Expression
Term
Coefficient
Variable
Algebraic Equation
Factor
Simplify
Monomial
Polynomial
Similar or Like Terms
Persevere




Chapter TWO:

additive inverse
complex fractions
zero pairs
least common denominator
absolute value



Chapter One:

approximate
positive integers
negative integers
opposites
precise
rational numbers
irrational numbers
real numbers
real number line
repeating decimal
terminating decimal
set of integers
significant digits