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Cool Math Terms, 6th Grade, Unit 3


Term
Definition
Example
& Source
Example
& Source
Example
& Source
Connections to
Your World
Peer
Contributors
algebraic expression






cell






column






Commutative Property of Addition






Commutative Property of Multiplication






Evaluate a formula






Evaluate an expression






formula






general pattern





Lauren M. & Bella T.
horizon






line graph






rate






row






special case





Megan D & Layla B.
speed






spreadsheet






square root






substitute






time graph


http://library.thinkquest.org/C0110840/dtgraph.htm
http://graphs.mathwarehouse.com/distance-time-graph-activity.php

merrill, katie,and hollie
unit rate






variable






n




Cool Math Terms6th Grade, Unit 2

Term
Definition
Example & source
Example
& source
Example
& source
Connections to YOUR World
Peer Editors
Base
It is the base of a shape.
It could be a base of a graph or a base of a shape
MY MIND
http://www.graphviz.org/
http://www.graphviz.org/

Megan
Merrill & Nina
Dividend
it is a way to divide.
8/2 means eight divided by 2'. In this case 8 is the dividend,the number that we divide by 2 to get the answer 2.
We got this information at
mathwerehouse.com
11/20 means 11 / by 20 and in this case 11 is the dividend there it should be noted that the dividend does not have to be greater then the divisor
http://www.mrnussbaum.com/draggable_divisio
n/division.html
It is another way to divide.
Layla & Griffen
Divisor
A number by which another number is to be divided

125 can be divided by 25 without a remainder left over, so 25 is considered a divisor.
Awnsers.Ask.com
-Kate

Using money is a good way to determine what you are dividing.
Christopher & Kate
Expanded Notation
it is when you break down the number

5094=5000+90+4=5094


Ethan & Anna C.
Exponent

http://www.purplemath.com/modules/exponent.htm
Exponents are shorthand for repeated multiplication
(5)(5)(5) = 53

Nicholas & Pieter
Exponential Notation

student tutorial



Lauren C & Megan
Factor

http://www.math.com/school/subject1/lessons/S1U3L1GL.html



Olivia & Anika
Negative Power of Ten
when a power of ten makes a number a decimal
10^-1
I came up with it



Connor & Mary
Positive Power of Ten





Lauren M & Anna M
Powers of Ten
The powers of ten tells you which way to move the decimal point.
the first part http://www.astronomynotes.com/mathrev/s3.htm
http://www.mathsisfun.com/index-notation-powers.html

Example: A Light Year (the distance light travels in one year)

It is easier to use 9.461 × 1015 meters, rather than 9,461,000,000,000,000 meters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYzaTE095N0
it makes it easyer and faster to do
Fin & Bella
Quotient
The number of times a number has been contained in another.
Here is a site that can help with quotients: http://www.webmath.com/quorule.html



David & Stevie
Remainder
A Number that is the remainder if a division problem.
My Mind


Megan
Katie & Sierra
Scientific Notation

Khan Academy Scientific Notation 1



Jonny & Bear
Standard Notation

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What is Standard Notation?