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# EOG Vocab 1

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• 1. EOG Vocabulary #2 evaluate expanded form interior angle exterior angle factor frequency table estimation improper fraction perimeter mixed number congruent multiple
• 2. evaluate1. to determine the value of2. to determine the significance of3. to find the numerical value of a function
• 3. expanded formtaking a number apart based onplace value
• 4. interior angle 1.an angle formed between parallel lines by athird line that intersects them.2. an angle formed within a polygon by twoadjacent sides.
• 5. exterior angle an angle formed outside parallel lines by a thirdline that intersects them.2. an angle formed outside a polygon by one sideand an extension of an adjacent side; thesupplement of an interior angle of the polygon.
• 6. factorliteracy meaning - one of the elements contributing to a particularresult or situation: Poverty is only one of the factors in crime.math meaning - one of two or more numbers, algebraicexpressions, or the like, that when multiplied together produce agiven product; a divisor: 6 and 3 are factors of 18.
• 7. frequency table a statistical record of how often each value in a set ofdata occurs
• 8. estimationapproximate calculation; estimate: to makean estimation of ones expenditures.
• 9. improper fraction a fraction having the numerator greaterthan the denominator
• 10. mixed numbera number consisting of a whole number anda fraction or decimal, as 4 1 / 2 or 4.5
• 11. perimeterthe border or outer boundary of a two-dimensional figure
• 12. congruent - two figures that have the exact same size and shape
• 13. multiple – many; a number that contains another number an certainnumber of times without a remainder: 12 is a multiple of 3.