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Science: from Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge"
Atom: is a basic unit of matter that consists of a dense central nucleussurrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons.
Quadraticequation: used any second-degree polynomial equation.
Power: product represented by the number and its exponent.
Equation :a mathematical sentence that contains the equal sign
Fraction: a number that indicates one or more equal parts of a whole
Coefficient: the numerical and literal parts of a term
Graph: diagram representation of numerical data showing the mathematical relationship between two or more variables
PHYSICS: Deals with the interaction between matter and energy?
Emptyset: a set with no elements
Universalset: its denoted by U
Postulate: is a statement which is accepted as true without proof
Theorem: Is any statement that can be prove true
Alkalimetals: the Group IA elements excluding hydrogen
Alkaliearthmetals: Group IIA Elements
Atomicmass: exact mass of an atom’s protons and neutrons
Hydrogen: H
Potassium: K
Magnesium: Mg
Tungsten: W
Titanium: Ti
Krypton: Kr
Xenon: Xe
Barium: Ba
Iron: Fe
Biology: science of life
Cell: basic unit of life
Chemistry: study of the composition, structure, properties, and interactions of matter
Ohmslaw: the relationship between current, voltage and resistance
Force: any action or influence that accelerates an object
Displacement: volume of fluid displaced by floating object
Density: ratio between mass and object
Power: the rate of performing work or transferring energy
Electron: negatively charge atom found in an atom
Element: a pure substance that cannot decompose into simpler substance
Solid: the physical state of matter in which samples maintain their shape and size
Solute: the component of a solution that is lesser in quantity
Technology: the application of science
Weight: measure of the gravitational force exerted by on an object
Temperature: degree of hotness or coldness
Root: term used to indicate a number when repeatedly multiplied by itself results in a second number
Equation: statement of an equality between two expressions
Integer: any number that is natural number, a negative of a natural number or zero
Meter: the basic unit of length in the metric system
Irrational :a class of numbers that cannot be produced by dividing any integer by another integer
Heat: transfer of energy from one part of a substance to another
Biomass: plant materials or animal wastes used a fuel sources
Volume: amount of space an object occupies by a three-dimensional solid body
Velocity: speed of an object moving in a specific direction
Algebra: branch of mathematics in which symbols represents by unknown number in mathematical equations
Geometry: branch of mathematics that deals with shapes and sizes
Monomial: expression in algebra consisting of a single term
Binomial: algebraic expression that consist of exactly two terms separated by + or –
Trinomial: mathematical expression consisting of the sum or difference of three terms
Function: term used to indicate the relationship or correspondence between two or more quantities
Logarithm: the exponent or power to which a stated number, called base, is raised to yield a specific number
Tangent: one of the six fundamental ratios of trigonometry
Circle: a two-dimensional curve such that each point on the curve is the same distance from a fixed point, called the center.
Scientificnotation: shorthand way to write very large number or very small number
Mathematics: way of describing relationship between numbers and other measurable quantities
Angle: a measure of the rotational of a line segment about a fixed point
Area: the size of an enclosed region, given in terms of the square of a designates unit of length
Circumference: the curved line that encloses a curved plane figure
Cone: surface generated by a straight line that moves along a closed curve while always passing through a fixed point
Line: a series of adjacent points that extends to infinity in two directions
Square: two dimensional figure with four straight sides
Tangent: a line, line segment or ray that touches a circle at one and only one point
Triangle: geometric figure consisting of three points, called vertices, connected by three sides
Air: mixture of gases that compose the atmosphere surrounding of the earth
Atomicnumber: number of protons in an atomic nucleus; number assigned to an element in the periodic table
Carbon: non metallic element known by the symbol C
Molecule: smallest unit of a substance that shows all the chemical properties of that substance
Water: common name applied to the liquid of the hydrogen-oxygen compound
Electricmeter: instrument for measuring and indicating magnitudes of electrical values
Electriccircuit: path that allow electron to flow to produce electric current
Series: a kind of circuit that has only one path same amount of current
Parallel: a kind of circuit that not same amount of current to flow
Voltage: electrical pressure that causes the current to flow
Electriccurrent: movement of charge particle in specify direction
Resistance: resist/oppose the flow of electrical current

# MS CROSSWORD

Across:1. | the Group IA elements excluding hydrogen | 4. | two dimensional figure with four straight sides | 9. | Is any statement that can be prove true | 10. | instrument for measuring and indicating magnitudes of electrical values | 12. | common name applied to the liquid of the hydrogen-oxygen compound | 14. | is a statement which is accepted as true without proof | 16. | a measure of the rotational of a line segment about a fixed point | 17. | term used to indicate a number when repeatedly multiplied by itself results in a second number | 19. | diagram representation of numerical data showing the mathematical relationship between two or more variables | 21. | W | 23. | any number that is natural number, a negative of a natural number or zero | 24. | is a basic unit of matter that consists of a dense central nucleussurrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons. | 25. | branch of mathematics that deals with shapes and sizes | 30. | the relationship between current, voltage and resistance |
| 31. | a series of adjacent points that extends to infinity in two directions | 32. | non metallic element known by the symbol C | 36. | surface generated by a straight line that moves along a closed curve while always passing through a fixed point | 37. | product represented by the number and its exponent. | 37. | the rate of performing work or transferring energy | 38. | a number that indicates one or more equal parts of a whole | 39. | the size of an enclosed region, given in terms of the square of a designates unit of length | 41. | volume of fluid displaced by floating object | 44. | geometric figure consisting of three points, called vertices, connected by three sides | 45. | a kind of circuit that not same amount of current to flow | 46. | amount of space an object occupies by a three-dimensional solid body | 47. | way of describing relationship between numbers and other measurable quantities | 48. | the component of a solution that is lesser in quantity | 49. | from Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge" |
| | Down:2. | branch of mathematics in which symbols represents by unknown number in mathematical equations | 3. | ratio between mass and object | 5. | any action or influence that accelerates an object | 6. | Xe | 7. | statement of an equality between two expressions | 8. | a two-dimensional curve such that each point on the curve is the same distance from a fixed point, called the center. | 11. | a set with no elements | 13. | a kind of circuit that has only one path same amount of current | 15. | mixture of gases that compose the atmosphere surrounding of the earth | 18. | study of the composition, structure, properties, and interactions of matter | 20. | speed of an object moving in a specific direction | 22. | the numerical and literal parts of a term | 23. | Fe |
| 26. | smallest unit of a substance that shows all the chemical properties of that substance | 27. | the physical state of matter in which samples maintain their shape and size | 28. | algebraic expression that consist of exactly two terms separated by + or – | 29. | Mg | 33. | Ba | 34. | K | 35. | basic unit of life | 38. | term used to indicate the relationship or correspondence between two or more quantities | 39. | exact mass of an atom’s protons and neutrons | 40. | plant materials or animal wastes used a fuel sources | 42. | a pure substance that cannot decompose into simpler substance | 43. | the basic unit of length in the metric system |
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# MS CROSSWORD

Across:1. | the Group IA elements excluding hydrogen | 4. | two dimensional figure with four straight sides | 9. | Is any statement that can be prove true | 10. | instrument for measuring and indicating magnitudes of electrical values | 12. | common name applied to the liquid of the hydrogen-oxygen compound | 14. | is a statement which is accepted as true without proof | 16. | a measure of the rotational of a line segment about a fixed point | 17. | term used to indicate a number when repeatedly multiplied by itself results in a second number | 19. | diagram representation of numerical data showing the mathematical relationship between two or more variables | 21. | W | 23. | any number that is natural number, a negative of a natural number or zero | 24. | is a basic unit of matter that consists of a dense central nucleussurrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons. | 25. | branch of mathematics that deals with shapes and sizes | 30. | the relationship between current, voltage and resistance |
| 31. | a series of adjacent points that extends to infinity in two directions | 32. | non metallic element known by the symbol C | 36. | surface generated by a straight line that moves along a closed curve while always passing through a fixed point | 37. | product represented by the number and its exponent. | 37. | the rate of performing work or transferring energy | 38. | a number that indicates one or more equal parts of a whole | 39. | the size of an enclosed region, given in terms of the square of a designates unit of length | 41. | volume of fluid displaced by floating object | 44. | geometric figure consisting of three points, called vertices, connected by three sides | 45. | a kind of circuit that not same amount of current to flow | 46. | amount of space an object occupies by a three-dimensional solid body | 47. | way of describing relationship between numbers and other measurable quantities | 48. | the component of a solution that is lesser in quantity | 49. | from Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge" |
| | Down:2. | branch of mathematics in which symbols represents by unknown number in mathematical equations | 3. | ratio between mass and object | 5. | any action or influence that accelerates an object | 6. | Xe | 7. | statement of an equality between two expressions | 8. | a two-dimensional curve such that each point on the curve is the same distance from a fixed point, called the center. | 11. | a set with no elements | 13. | a kind of circuit that has only one path same amount of current | 15. | mixture of gases that compose the atmosphere surrounding of the earth | 18. | study of the composition, structure, properties, and interactions of matter | 20. | speed of an object moving in a specific direction | 22. | the numerical and literal parts of a term | 23. | Fe |
| 26. | smallest unit of a substance that shows all the chemical properties of that substance | 27. | the physical state of matter in which samples maintain their shape and size | 28. | algebraic expression that consist of exactly two terms separated by + or – | 29. | Mg | 33. | Ba | 34. | K | 35. | basic unit of life | 38. | term used to indicate the relationship or correspondence between two or more quantities | 39. | exact mass of an atom’s protons and neutrons | 40. | plant materials or animal wastes used a fuel sources | 42. | a pure substance that cannot decompose into simpler substance | 43. | the basic unit of length in the metric system |
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