|Math Study Plus - Pi Day |
| Vocabulary Word List: 36 words in two set of 18: Adjacent, Attributes, Binomial, Cartesian, Coefficient, Complementary, Composite, Congruent, Distributive, Equation, Evaluate, Exponential, Fibonacci, Function, Hypotenuse, Infinite, Integer, Intercept, Inverse, Isosceles, Median, Obtuse, Parallel, Perimeter, Perpendicular, Precision, Probability, Properties, Proportional, Pythagorean, Quadrilateral, Quotient, Reciprocal, Sequence, Simulation, Symmetry
|Vocabulary Word List for Math (406)
|A) Abacus, Absolute, Abstract, Abundant, Accurate, Acre, Actual, Acute, Addition, Adjacent, Adjustment, Advance, Aggregate, Algebra, Algorithm, Align, Altitude, Amount, Amplification, Analogue, Analysis, Analytic number theory, Angle, Annulus, Apex, Application, Arc, Area, Arithmetic, Array, Ascending, Assessment, Assign, Asymmetry, Attribute, Average(s), Axiom, Axis|
|B) Balance, Base, Basic, Benchmark, Binary|
|C) Calculable, Calculate, Calculation, Calibration, Cardinal, Cartesian, Centigrade, Chance, Change, Chart, Circles, Circular, Circumference, Coefficient, Coherent, Column, Combination, Common, Complementary, Complementary angle, Component, Composite, Compound, Comprehensive, Computation, Computation, Compute, Computer, Concave, Concentric, Concept, Conflate, Congruent, Conjugate, Construct, Context, Continuum, Convert, Coordinate, Corollary, Correlation, Counting, Curve, Cylinder|
|D) Data, Decimal, Declivity, Degree, Delve, Demonstrate, Denominator, Density, Design, Determine, Deviation, Devise, Diagnostic, Diagram, Diameter, Difference, Digit, Dimension, Discipline, Discover, Disorder, Distance, Distribution, Divide, Dividend, Divisibility, Division|
|E) Effect, Element, Ellipse, Engineer, Equal, Equality, Equation, Equivalent, Error, Essential, Establish, Estimate, Evidence, Exact, Example, Exchange, Experiment, Explore, Exponent, Expression, Extent, Extract, Extrapolate|
|F) Factor, Fahrenheit, Fibonacci sequence, Figure, Finance, Finite, Foot, Form, Formula, Fraction, Frequency, Friction, Function, Fundamental|
|G) Gallon, Genius, Geometric, Geometry, Googol, Gram, Graph, Greater than, Grid, Gross, Group, Guesstimate|
|H) Helix, Hypotenuse, Hypothesis|
|I) Identify, Imaginary, Inch, Inclination, Inclusive, Indivisible, Inequality, Infinite, Information, Innumerate, Integer, Integrate, Interactive, Interest, Interpolate, Intersect, Interval, Introduce, Invalid, Inversion, Invert, Investigate, Involution, Irrational number, Irrefutable, Isoclinal, Isosceles, Iteration|
|J) Join, Junction, Juxtapose|
|L) Lateral, Latitude, Length, Li, Limit, Linear, Lines, Logarithm, Logic, Longitude|
|M) Magnetic, Magnitude, Margin, Mathematician, Mathematics, Matrix, Mean, Measure, Median, Memory, Meter, Method, Metric, Mile, Minus, Mixed number, Mode, Model, Motivate, Motivation, Multiple, Multiplication, Multiply|
|N) Negative, Net, Notation, Number, Numeral, Numeric|
|O) Object, Oblique, Obtuse, Octagon, Octahedron, Operation, Optimism, Order, Ordinal, Origin, Outcome, Outstanding|
|P) Parallel, Parallelogram, Parity, Partition, Pattern, Percent, Percentage, Perimeter, Permutation, Perpendicular, Physics, Pi, Point, Polygon, Polynomial, Portion, Position, Positive, Power, Practice, Practicum, Pre-calculus, Precise, Predict, Premise, Prime, Principle, Prism, Probability, Problem, Procedure, Process, Programming, Projection, Proof, Properties, Proportion, Puzzle, Pythagorean|
|Q) Quadrant, Quadratic, Quadrilateral, Qualitative, Quantity, Quantum, Question, Quick, Quincunx, Quotient|
|R) Radius, Random, Range, Rank, Ranking, Rate, Ratio, Ratiocination, Rational, Reasoning, Reciprocal, Recognition, Record, Rectangular, Regular polygon, Relationship, Relevance, Repetition, Replacement, Represent, Resilient, Resistance, Review, Rhomboid, Rhombus, Root, Rotation, Rule|
|S) Scalar, Scale, Scale factor, Scalene, Scientific notation, Second, Secondary, Segment, Sequence, Shape, Significant, Similar, Similarities, Simple, Simulate, Sine wave, Single, Skill, Solution, Solve, Spatial, Spectrum, Speculation, Sphere, Split, Square, Square root, Squared, Standard System, Statistics, Stochastic, Strategy, Stress, Subset, Subtraction, Supplementary, Survey, Symbols, Symmetry, System, System|
|T) Technique, Tertiary, Test, Testing, Theorem, Theory, Three-dimensional, Tier, Trajectory, Transformation, Trend, Triangle|
|U) Underestimate, Understanding, Unit, Universe, Unknown|
|V) Valid, Value, Variable, Variety, Vertical, Volume|
|W) Wave, Weigh, Weight, Whole number, Work, Wrong|
|Z) Zeal, Zero, Zero pair, Zest, Zeta function, Zigzag, Zone|
|Math lesson plans and discussion Ideas:
1. Research information relating to one or more of the following mathematicians:
Euler, Gauss, Godel, Grothendieck, Nash, Ramanujan, Riemann, Selberg, and Turing
2, What information do you know about Pascal's Triangle?
3. Why is the name Pythagoras familiar?
Leonardo Fibonacci, sometimes called Leonardo of Pisa, was a thirteenth-century Italian mathematician. He was instrumental in bringing the Arabic numbering system to Europe to replace the use of Roman numerals. He is also remembered for a series of numbers that now bears his name. The Fibonacci sequence starts with 1. 1 and each subsequent number is the sum of the two previous numbers. The first ten numbers in the Fibonacci series are: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55
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Math 4th grade word list - area, ATTRIBUTES, average, diagram, expression, mathematics, mean, pattern, PROPERTIES, quotient, symbol
Math 5th grade word list - angles, combinations, CONGRUENT, fractions, quadrilateral, PARALLEL
Math 6th grade word list - EQUATION, evaluate, function, INVERSE, mathematical, PERIMETER, PERPENDICULAR, PROPORTIONAL, RECIPROCAL, simplify, simulation
Math 7th grade word list - EXPONENTIAL, grid, INTEGER, isosceles, OBTUSE, probability
Math 8th grade word list - ADJACENT, distributive, INFINITE, INTERCEPT, Pythagorean Theory, SEQUENCE, SYMMETRY
Math 9th grade word list - binomial, coefficient, composite, hypotenuse, precision
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