 Java Games: Flashcards, matching, concentration, and word search.  # Level 2 Vocabulary

Learn the important words you need to pass a qualification at Level 2

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whole numbers{0, 1, 2, 3, . . .}
integers{. . . , -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, . . .}
differenceresult of subtraction
productresult of multiplication
quotientresult of division
Two dimensional shapesFlat shapes, without any height
Three dimensional shapesSolid shapes with length, width and height
AngleThe amount of turn between two lines
ApproximationAn answer that is useful but not exact
AreaA measure of surface.
CapacityThe amount of cubic content
CuboidBox shape
DecimalA number with a point that separates the units and the tenths.
DigitsThe symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
EvaluateWork out the value
Frequency TableTable showing how many of each item
Imperial UnitUnit of measurement used historically in UK
Line GraphGraph showing how something changes over time.
Line of symmetryA mirror line. Whatever is on one side of the line is reflected on the other side.
MeanThe sum of all the data divided by the number of items.
MetricDecimal system of measurement
MultipleThe numbers in a particular times table.
Negative NumberA number less than zero.
Parallel linesLines going in the same direction
PerimeterThe length around the outside of a shape.
Pie ChartA chart using a circle split into sectors.
Prime NumberA number that has exactly two factors
ProductThe result of a multiplication.
QuadrilateralA 4 sided shape.
RangeThe biggest number take away the smallest number
Rectangle4 sided shape where all the angles are right angles and opposite sides are the same length.
Right angleOne quarter of a complete turn.
Rotational symmetryA shape can be turned round so it looks the same in more than one position.
SequenceA number pattern
Square numbers1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49....
TallyA method of counting in 5's
TesselationA repeating pattern that leaves no gaps between the shapes.
WeightHow heavy something is.
CircumferenceDistance around a circle
DiameterDistance from one side of the circle to the other through the centre.
RadiusDistance from centre of circle to circumference
FormulaGeneral rule or mathematical law
Grouped dataData sorted into class intervals
MedianThe middle number when the sata is arranged in order.
ModeThe most frequently occuring.
Mixed numberA whole number with a fraction
Improper fractionA "top heavy" fraction
PercentageOut of 100
PiThe Greek letter approximately equal to 3.14
ProbabilityHow likely something is to happen.
ParallelogramQuadrilateral where the opposite sides are parallel
TrapeziumQuadrilateral where one pair of sides are parallel.
RhombusQuadrilateral where all the sides are equal and opposite sides are parallel.
Equilateral TriangleTriangle with 3 equal sides.
Isosceles TriangleTriangle with 2 equal sides.
Pentagon5 sided shape.
Hexagon6 sided shape.
Octagon8 sided shape.
Acute angleAngle less than 90 degrees
Obtuse angleAngle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
Reflex angleAngle greater than 180 degrees.
FactorA number that divides exactly into another number, without a remainder.
Scatter DiagramGraph used to compare two sets of data
Line of best fitLine showing trend on a scatter diagrem  This activity was created by a Quia Web subscriber. Learn more about Quia Create your own activities