# TAP MATH 6

 A triangle with no sides equal is called a _______ triangle. An _______ triangle is a triangle with (at least) two equal sides. A triangle with all sides equal is called an _______ triangle. scalene...zero sides equal  isosceles...2 sides equal equilateral...3 sides equal QP = QR THEN WHAT TYPE OF TRIANGLE IS IT? ISOSCELES. TWO SIDE ARE EQUAL. TWO ANGLES ARE EQUAL. NAME THE FORMULAS FOR THE  DIAMETER, CIRCUMFERENCE AND AREA OF A CIRCLE. WHEN MULTIPLYING BY 100, 1000, 10,000 ECT HOW DOES THE DECIMAL MOVE? COUNT THE ZERO AND MOVE DECIMAL THE SAME AMOUNT TO THE RIGHT.  1.57 x 100 = 157.00 2 ZEROS, TWO STEPS TO THE RIGHT. 1/2 OF 3.14 = ? 1.57 MIGHT NEED IT FOR AN AREA PROBLEM. WHAT IS THE SIMPLE PROBABILITY FORMULA? Number Of Ways Event  Can Occur (WANT)---------------------------------------------------The total number Of Possible Outcomes REMEMBER TO SUBTRACT WHAT YOU TAKEN OUT FOR THE NEXT PROBABILITY. A=5%   B =10%   C=40%  NOTICE HOW YOU ADD THE 3 TOGETHER BECAUSE IT ASKS FOR THE PROBABILITY OF A,B OR C. DEFINE CORRELATION AND HOW IT WORKS. CORRELATION IS A WAY TO MEASURE HOW ASSOCIATED OR RELATED TWO VARIABLES ARE.   THE SIGN DOES NOT TELL YOU OF THE STRENGTH, JUST DIRECTION.  1 is a perfect positive correlation (STRONG) 0 is no correlation (the values don't seem linked at all) -1 is a perfect negative correlation (ALSO STRONG BUT NEG OR DOWN DIRECTION) DEFINE STANDARD DEVIATION. The Standard Deviation is a measure of how spread out numbers are. Its symbol is σ (the greek letter sigma) A LARGE SD INDICATES THAT THE DATA POINT ARE FAR FROM THE MEAN. A SMALL SD INDICATES THAT THE DATA POINTS ARE CLUSTERED CLOSELY AROUND THE MEAN.  IN DETERMINING PROBABILITY OF TWO EVENTS DEFINE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE AND TWO SUB-EVENTS. MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE IS WHEN THE OCCURRENCE OF ONE MAKES THE OTHER IMPOSSIBLE. LOOK FOR "OR". ADD THE FRACTIONS. TWO SUB EVENTS HAVE NO EFFECT ON EACH OTHER. LOOK FOR "AND"MULTIPLY THE FRACTIONS. Authorshockwave ID263183 Card SetTAP MATH 6 DescriptionTAP MATH 6 Updated2014-02-22T00:25:09Z Show Answers