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A. N

B. A

C. |n|

D. -|n|

A. The number itself

B. The number squared

C. The opposite of the number

D. 0

A. A counting number with no proper factors.

B. A counting number whose proper factors add to a number greater than itself.

C. A counting number whose proper factors add up to a number less than itself.

D. A counting number whose proper factors add up to the number itself.

A. An amount of money that you owe.

B. The amount of money in your savings account.

C. An amount of money that you have or that you owe.

D. An amount of money that you have.

A. Correct

B. As correct as possible according to an accepted standard.

C. Precise

D. Exact

A. 43

B. 43560

C. 4357

D. 435600

A. An angle with a measure equal to 90 Â°

B. An angle with a measure less than 90 Â°

C. An angle with no specific measure

D. An angle with a measure more than 90 Â°

A. 225 Â°

B. 45 Â°

C. 135 Â°

D. 180 Â°

A. A number subtracted from another

B. Any one of a set of numbers that are added.

C. A number multiplied by another

D. A number divided by another

A. 15

B. 16

C. 17

D. 18

A. Parts-and-total

B. Comparison

C. Multiplication

D. Change

A. Comparison

B. Addition

C. Everyday Mathematics

D. Subtraction

A. Identity functions

B. Multiplicative inverses

C. Inverse functions

D. Additive inverses

A. Row

B. Column

C. Address

D. Cell

A. A place where the address of a spreadsheet cell is shown when the cell is selected

B. A place to format data in a spreadsheet

C. A place to enter data into a spreadsheet

D. A place to store data in a spreadsheet

A. Two angles with a different side and vertex that overlap.

B. Two angles with a common side and vertex that overlap.

C. Two angles with a different side and vertex that do not overlap.

D. Two angles with a common side and vertex that do not otherwise overlap.

A. Sides next to each other

B. Lines that intersect

C. Angles next to each other

D. Congruent

A. Lines that intersect at a point

B. Same as consecutive sides

C. Sides that share a common endpoint

D. Non-coplanar lines

A. An expression that contains a number.

B. An expression that contains a variable.

C. An expression that does not contain a variable.

D. An expression that contains a letter.

A. Multiplication and division first, then addition and subtraction

B. Addition and subtraction first, then multiplication and division

C. Addition and multiplication first, then subtraction and division

D. Same as order of operations

A. A set of step-by-step instructions for doing something, such as carrying out a computation or solving a problem.

B. A mathematical formula

C. A sequence of actions to be carried out

D. A computer program

A. Same as height of a figure

B. Humidity

C. Air pressure

D. Temperature

A. Odd integers

B. Distance above sea level

C. Common logarithm of a number

D. Real numbers

A. A clock that tells time using numbers

B. A device that shows time passing in a continuous manner, such as a sundial.

C. A clock that shows the time by the positions of the hour and minute hands.

D. A clock that runs on batteries

A. Triangle

B. Angle

C. Pentagon

D. Quadrangle

A. The angle

B. One of the sides

C. The other side

D. The vertex

A. Origin

B. Ray

C. Vertex

D. Endpoint

A. Aesthetics

B. Anatomy

C. Androgyny

D. Anthropometry

A. One of the faces

B. The vertex at the top

C. The vertex opposite the base

D. The base

A. The value is less than or equal to the approximate value

B. An estimate or approximation to an exact value

C. The value is greater than or equal to the approximate value

D. The value is exactly equal to the approximate value

A. Segment of a circle

B. Sector of a circle

C. Chord of a circle

D. Arc of a circle

A. In %

B. In square units

C. In cubic units

D. In linear units

A. Area = l x w

B. Area = Ï€r^2

C. Area = Ï€d

D. Area = s^2

A. The factors

B. The whole

C. A fraction

D. The product

A. 10

B. 60

C. 100

D. 1000

A. 400

B. 500

C. 600

D. 300

A. Meter

B. Fathom

C. Inch

D. Light-year

A. A unit of volume

B. Same as fathom

C. A unit of length

D. A unit of area

A. Freeform

B. Arrangement of objects in a regular pattern

C. Square

D. Circle

A. It is associative only for whole numbers

B. False

C. True

D. It is associative only for some numbers

A. A property of addition that three numbers can be added in any order without changing the sum.

B. Addition is not associative.

C. For any numbers a, b, and c, (a - b) - c = a - (b - c).

D. A property of addition that states that the order of the addends does not matter.

A. The property of multiplication that two numbers can be multiplied in any order without changing the product.

B. The property of multiplication that three numbers can be multiplied in any order without changing the product.

C. The property of division that two numbers can be divided in any order without changing the quotient.

D. The property of division that three numbers can be divided in any order without changing the quotient.

A. Distances in space

B. Time

C. Speed

D. Mass

A. Always up

B. Astronomical unit

C. Atomic units

D. Average units

A. A feature of an object or common feature of a set of objects.

B. A type of object.

C. A measure of an object's worth.

D. A color.

A. First day of autumn

B. 12 hours of daylight

C. First day of spring

D. Equal night

A. French

B. Spanish

C. Italian

D. Latin

A. Mode

B. Average

C. Mean

D. Median

A. Axes

B. Axis

C. Axises

D. Axi

A. A line about which a solid figure translates.

B. A point about which a solid figure rotates.

C. A solid figure that rotates about a line.

D. A line about which a solid figure rotates.