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Andrew Janovsky

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Word Matching files new location for files
Posted: Jul 7, 2008 10:08 PM
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I have developed individualized self-checking word matching files for
Integrated Algebra. Most of the words have been selected from the official
Integrated Algebra Glossary.
http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/3-8/LanguageAlgebra.doc

Some words were added because they were used in other Integrated Algebra
materials. To download these files, instructions for using them, and a list
of references go to the link below.



http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=1767735
<http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=1767735&tstart=0> &tstart=0





You can print class sets or a different sheet for each student. You have the
option of including a fold back answer key in the right column of each sheet
or leaving this column blank and printing separate answer keys. See the
sample page below.

You can edit the words and definitions to suit your needs.

Please feel free to share these files with other teachers.
If you need more information, my email address is



janovsky1@optonline.net




Andy

Andrew Janovsky
Yeshiva Ohr Hameir
Peekskill, NY









Name_________________________

Form #

250

Number Sense

Fold

here




Definition or Example

Letter

Answer

Answers






1

A number greater than one that has only the number one and itself as factors

S

A)

0.40N

S


2

a number is at least 6.

P

B)

10 > N

P


3

5 decreased by a number



C)

30/N

F


4

The magnitude of increase or decrease expressed as a percent of the original
quantity.

D)

4, 5, 6, 7, 8

R


5

a number is at most 6.



E)

4, 6, 8, 10, 12

O


6

a number divided by 30



F)

5 - N

Q


7

The result of an addition operation



G)

5, 7, 9, 11, 13

Y


8

5 consecutive even integers



H)

absolute value

E


9

10 more than a number



I)

greatest common factor (gcf)

N


10

40% of a number



J)

integers

A


11

a number decreased by 5



K)

N - 10

L


12

The result of a division operation



L)

N - 5

U


13

5 consecutive odd integers



M)

N + 0.7N

G


14

The set {:-4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4,:}



N)

N + 10

J


15

The result of a multiplication operation



O)

N ? 6

T


16

A comparison of two numbers by division.



P)

N ? 6

X


17

ten less than a number



Q)

N/30

K


18

30 divided by a number (N)



R)

percent increase or decrease

C


19

The quantity under the radical sign.



S)

prime number

V


20

a number increased by 70%

of the number



T)

product

M


21

5 consecutive integers



U)

quotient

D


22

The distance from zero to a number, n, on a number line

V)

radicand

H


23

ten is more than a number.



W)

rate

B


24

A ratio that compares quantities of different units (e.g. miles per hour).

X)

ratio

W


25

The greatest number or expression that is a factor of two or more numbers or
expressions.

Y)

sum

I








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