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Reading Mathematics: Math Words
and Everyday Words
1.
Sample answer: A median of a triangle is a
segment that has one endpoint at a vertex and
the other at the midpoint of the opposite side; the
everyday meaning says it is a paved or planted
strip in the middle of a highway.
2.
Sample answer: the intersection of two or more
lines or curves, the top of the head, the highest
point
3.
Sample answer: in a trapezoid, the segment
joining the midpoints of the legs; the middle value
of a set of data that has been arranged into an
ordered sequence
4.
Sample answer: a separate piece of something; a
portion cut off from a geometric figure by one or
more points, lines, or planes.
Inequalities and Triangles
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Geometry Activity: Inequalities for
Sides and Angles of Triangles
1.
Sample answer: It is the greatest measure.
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 Calculus, PreCalculus

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