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Sequence : is a list of numbers in a specific order.
Term : each number in the list at the right is called a ____ of sequence.
Percent : is a ratio that compares a number to 100.
Simple Event : is a collection of one or more outcomes.
Theoretical Probability : is based on what should happen under perfect conditions.
Experimental Probability : is based on what actually happens in an experiment.
Sample Space : The set of all possible outcomes of an event.
Tree Diagram : is a diagram that shows all possible outcomes of an event.
Survey : is a method of collecting information.
Degree : Most common unit of measure for angles.
Right Angle : measures exactly 90 degrees.
Acute Angle : measures less than 90 degrees.
Obtuse Angle : Measures between 90 and 180 degrees.
Straight Angle : Measures exactly 180 degrees.
Intersecting Lines : Meet at one point.
Parallel Lines : never intersect.
Perpendicular Lines : intersects to form four right angles
Vertical Angles : Two intersecting lines that form two pairs of opposite angles.
Congruent Angles : Angles with the same measure.
Quadrilateral : has four sides and four angles.
Prism : a three dimensional figure with two parallel and congruent faces that are polygons.
Bases : Two parallel and congruent faces.
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Angles with the same measure.
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Measures between 90 and 180 degrees.
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never intersect.
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Two intersecting lines that form two pairs of opposite angles.
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measures exactly 90 degrees.
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a three dimensional figure with two parallel and congruent faces that are polygons.
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intersects to form four right angles
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is a list of numbers in a specific order.
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is a diagram that shows all possible outcomes of an event.
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Two parallel and congruent faces.
Down:
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is a collection of one or more outcomes.
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Measures exactly 180 degrees.
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measures less than 90 degrees.
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The set of all possible outcomes of an event.
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Meet at one point.
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each number in the list at the right is called a ____ of sequence.