Slope, Rate of Change, and Trigonometry Graphing Surface Area, Volume and Capacity Financial Services and Personal Budgets Scale Representations
What is the formula for slope?
A ratio of rise to run which indicates how steeply something is slanted.
What is the number of degrees in a circle?
360
What is a prism?
A 3-D shape with ends that are the same shape and size and sides that are parallelograms.
What is the principal?
The original amount of money invested or borrowed.
What is a proportion?
A statement of equality between two rates or two ratios.
What is the sine ratio?
opposite/hypotenuse
What is interpolation?
Making inferences about points between given points on a graph.
What is a net?
A 2-D pattern that can be folded to make a 3-D shape.
What is simple interest?
Interest calculated as a percentage of the principal.
What is a ratio?
A comparison between two numbers with the same units.
What is the Pythagorean Theorem?
a² = c² - b²
What is extrapolation?
Making predictions about what the next points on a graph will look like.
What is volume?
The measure of the space a three-dimensional object occupies
What is compound interest?
Interest calculated
on the principal plus interest earned in prior compounding periods.
What is a rate?
A comparison between two numbers with different units.
The slope of a physical feature such as a road or hill, often expressed as a percentage.
What is a broken line graph?
A graph that uses points joined by line segments to display data.
What is capacity?
The amount a three-dimensional object can hold.
What is the rule of 72?
years to double = 72 ÷ (interest rate as a percent)
What is a scale statement?
A ratio that shows the relationship between the sizes of two objects.
What is zero slope?
A line on a graph is horizontal.
What is a histogram?
A graph that is used to represent continuous data so that the bars are touching. The width of each bar represents a range of numbers.
What is the general formula for volume of a prism?
V = area of the base X height
What is a conservative budget?
What is a scale factor?
A number by which all the dimensions of an original figure are multiplied to produce an enlargement or a reduction.