1. What are negative numbers?
    The numbers -1, -2, -3, -4, ....
  2. What are whole numbers?
    All positive integers and zero
  3. What is zero
    An integer that is neither positive nor negative
  4. What are even numbers?
    Numbers that are divisible by 2 such as -4, -2, 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, ....
  5. What are odd numbers?
    Integers that are not divisible by 2 such as -3, -1, 1, 3, 5, 7, ......
  6. What are consecutive integers?
    Integers in sequence such as 3, 4,5, or -1, 0, 1; they can be represented in general as n, n+1, n+2, (where n is any integer)
  7. What are real numbers?
    All numbers, including fractions, decimals, etc; that correspond to points on the number line
  8. What is a factor?
    A divisor of an integer, for example 1, 3, 5, and 15 are factors of 15, but 2 is not a factor of 15. Note that -1, -3, -5 and -15 are also factors of 15. ANY integer can be a factor of zero, but zero is a factor of a nonzero integer.
  9. Multiples of an integer n
    The product of an integer n and another integer; some multiples of 4 are -8, -4, 0, 4, 8, 12, and 16. Note that 2 is a factor of 4 but is not a multiple of 4. Zero is a multiple of any integer.
  10. What is a prime number?
    A positive integer that has exactly 2 diff positive factors; 1 and itself; for example 2,3,5,7, 13 are all prime numbers
  11. What is a reciprocal?
    The inverse of a number, that is; one of a pair of numbers whose product is 1; the reciprocal of 5 is 1/5; the reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2.
  12. What is an exponent?
    A superscripted number that indicates the number of times to multiply the number by itself for example 3indicates 3x3x3x3
  13. What is a number squared?
    A number multiplied by itself such as 52 or 5x5=25
  14. What is a number cubed?
    A number multiple 3 times by itself such as 53 is 5x5x5=125
  15. What is the square root of a number?
    A positive number that when squared produces the given number. The square root of a number n is square root of n. The square root of square root sign then 2 is 1.4.
  16. What is a fraction?
    A number in the form a/b, where number "a" is called the numerator and "b" is the denominator. If the numerator is larger than the denominator, it is an improper fraction.
  17. What is an integer?
    Integers consist of counting numbers and the negative of the counting numbers such as -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1,2, 3, 4, 5, etc.
  18. What do number properties include?
    knowledge of factors and multiples, primes and divisibility, even and odd numbers, and properties of zero and one
  19. what do operation properties include?
    knowledge of the commutative, associative and distributive principles
  20. What does computation include?
    finding the solution to applied problems, determining information needed, and interpreting and adjusting results of computations
  21. Define variable..
    A letter, such as x or n, that is used to represent an unknown quantity
  22. Define equation
    A statement of equality between two algebraic expressions; for example, 2n-4=10 is a linear equation
  23. Define sequence
    an ordered list of numbers, for example 2, 5, 8, and 11, . . . , Note that in this example the first term is 2 and that each term after the first is 3 greater than the preceding term.
  24. Define counterexample
    an example that would contradict and example or a claim
  25. strategies for word problems
    1.) Decide the info you have and the info you don't

    2.) substitute a variable for the unknown quantity

    3.) write an equation to express the relationship in given in the problem and solve
  26. meter is same as
  27. gram is the same as
  28. liter is the same as
  29. degree Celsius means
  30. 12 inches =
    one foot
  31. 3 feet =
    1 yard
  32. 5, 280 feet =
    1 mile
  33. 1,760 yards =
    1 mile
  34. 16 ounces =
    1 pound
  35. 2,000 pounds =
    1 short ton
  36. 8 fluid ounces =
    1 cup
  37. 2 cups =
    1 pint
  38. 2 pints =
    1 quart
  39. 4 quarts =
    1 gallon
  40. name units of linear measure used for length width and heigth
    inches, feet, miles, meters, kilometers
  41. units of linear measure also measure
  42. distance can be measured....
    along a path, highway or sidewalk
  43. distance can be measured
    in a straight line such as point A to point B
  44. when labeling x and y coordinates which comes first?
    (x, y)
  45. formula for a rectangle
  46. all squares are rectangles.. true or false
  47. are all rectangles , squares? true or false
  48. what does the symbol ll mean?
    parallel to
  49. what does line mean?
    a straight line that stretches to infinity in both directions
  50. what is a line segment
    a line segment has two endpoints

    •             p             q
    • ---------------------------------
  51. define parallel lines
    these are two lines in the same plane that do not connect
  52. what are perpendicular lines
    two lines that intersect to form four angles of equal measure with each angle equaling 90 degrees
  53. define ray
    a ray has one endpoint and extends to infinity on the other end
  54. define an angle
    an angle is created two lines, rays, or segments
  55. what is the point where two lines intersect is called the
  56. when two lines, rays, or segments intersect the opposite angles
    have equal measure
  57. a straight angle measure ....... and is represented by ..........
    180 degrees,,, straight line
  58. a 90 degree angle is called a ....... angle
    right angle
  59. an angle that is less than 90 degrees is called
    an acute angle
  60. a angle that is more than 90 degrees is called
    an obtuse angle
  61. two angles whose angles measure 90 degrees are called
    complimentary angles
  62. two angles whose measures total 180 degrees are called
    supplementary angles
  63. the sum of the measures of all the angles in a triangle is
    180 degrees
  64. equilateral triangles have
    3 equal sides, making each angle 60 degrees
  65. isosceles triangles have
    2 equal sides and having two angles of equal measure
  66. right triangles have a
    90 degree angle and the side opposite the right angle is called the hypotenuse. The other 2 sides are called legs
  67. Define ratio
    a comparison of two or more quantities; for example, if there are 20 women and 15 men in the classroom, the ratio of the number of women to the number of men is 20 to 15 or 20:15 or 20/15
  68. what is a proportion?
    a statement of equality between two ratios; for example in the previous question 20 women to 15 men in the classroom, if another classroom had 3 women to 4 men, you would say 20:15=4:3
  69. if a student takes 2 days to read 1 book, how long does it take the student to read 5 books at the same rate? How would you express this?
    2/1=x/5 cross multiply answer is 10
  70. what is associative grouping
    • (a+b) +c= a +(b+c)
    • (axb) x c= a x (bxc)
  71. what is using commutative order
    • a+b=b+c
    • axb=bxc
  72. how do you use the distributive operation property
  73. 2x=4y+6
    • x=4y+3
    • 2x-4y=6
    • 2x+1=4y+7
    • 2x-2=4y+4
  74. A=
  75. What is the Pythagorean Theory
  76. area of a triangle is
    A=1/2 bh
  77. the area of a rectangle or square is
  78. the diameter of a circle
    d=2r  (find diameter equals 2 times the radius)
  79. what is the value of
    3.14 or 22/7
  80. circumference equals
    pie times diameter or pie times 2 times r (radius)
  81. area of circle is area equals
    A = pie r2
  82. volume equals
  83. distance =
    distance =speed x time
  84. time =
    time = distance divided by speed
  85. speed =
    speed = distance over time
  86. find average 2, 10, 7, 3, 3
    2+10+7+3+3 over 5 because there is five numbers
  87. what is median 2, 10, 7, 3, 3
  88. what is range 2, 10, 7, 3, 3
    the range is eight because the largest number is 10 and 2 is the least number and 10-2=8
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Math Praxis 1