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acute | (of an angle) less than 90Â°. |

addition | the act or process of adding or uniting. |

algebra | the branch of mathematics that deals with general statements of relations, utilizing letters and other symbols to represent specific sets of numbers, values, vectors, etc., in the description of such relations. |

altitude | the perpendicular distance from the vertex of a figure to the side opposite the vertex. |

angle | the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line. |

area | the quantitative measure of a plane or curved surface; two-dimensional extent. |

arithmetic | the method or process of computation with figures: the most elementary branch of mathematics. |

base | the line or surface forming the part of a figure that is most nearly horizontal or on which it is supposed to stand. |

calculus | a method of calculation, esp. one of several highly systematic methods of treating problems by a special system of algebraic notations, as differential or integral calculus. |

circle | a closed plane curve consisting of all points at a given distance from a point within it called the center. Equation: x2 + y2 = r2. |

circumference | the outer boundary, esp. of a circular area; perimeter: |

compute | to determine by calculation; reckon; calculate: |

concave | curved like a segment of the interior of a circle or hollow sphere; hollow and curved. |

cone | a solid whose surface is generated by a line passing through a fixed point and a fixed plane curve not containing the point, consisting of two equal sections joined at a vertex. |

cube | a solid bounded by six equal squares, the angle between any two adjacent faces being a right angle. |

cylinder | a surface or solid bounded by two parallel planes and generated by a straight line moving parallel to the given planes and tracing a curve bounded by the planes and lying in a plane perpendicular or oblique to the given planes. |

digit | any of the Arabic figures of 1 through 9 and 0. |

divide | to separate into parts, groups, sections, etc. |

division | the act or process of dividing; state of being divided. |

geometric | of or pertaining to geometry or to the principles of geometry. |

line segment | segment |

maximum | the highest amount, value, or degree attained or recorded. |

mode | the quality or state of being modal. |

multiplication | the act or process of multiplying or the state of being multiplied. |

parallel | extending in the same direction, equidistant at all points, and never converging or diverging: |

ray | a raylike line or stretch of something. |

square root | a quantity of which a given quantity is the square: |

subtraction | an act or instance of subtracting. |

vertex | the highest point of something; apex; summit; top: |

mean | an average, especially the arithmetic average |

axis | the line about which a rotating body, such as the earth, turns |

measurement | the act of measuring. |

acute | (of an angle) less than 90Â°. |

addition | the act or process of adding or uniting. |

algebra | the branch of mathematics that deals with general statements of relations, utilizing letters and other symbols to represent specific sets of numbers, values, vectors, etc., in the description of such relations. |

altitude | the perpendicular distance from the vertex of a figure to the side opposite the vertex. |

angle | the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line. |

area | the quantitative measure of a plane or curved surface; two-dimensional extent. |

arithmetic | the method or process of computation with figures: the most elementary branch of mathematics. |

base | the line or surface forming the part of a figure that is most nearly horizontal or on which it is supposed to stand. |

calculus | a method of calculation, esp. one of several highly systematic methods of treating problems by a special system of algebraic notations, as differential or integral calculus. |

circle | a closed plane curve consisting of all points at a given distance from a point within it called the center. Equation: x2 + y2 = r2. |

circumference | the outer boundary, esp. of a circular area; perimeter: |

compute | to determine by calculation; reckon; calculate: |

concave | curved like a segment of the interior of a circle or hollow sphere; hollow and curved. |

cone | a solid whose surface is generated by a line passing through a fixed point and a fixed plane curve not containing the point, consisting of two equal sections joined at a vertex. |

cube | a solid bounded by six equal squares, the angle between any two adjacent faces being a right angle. |

cylinder | a surface or solid bounded by two parallel planes and generated by a straight line moving parallel to the given planes and tracing a curve bounded by the planes and lying in a plane perpendicular or oblique to the given planes. |

digit | any of the Arabic figures of 1 through 9 and 0. |

divide | to separate into parts, groups, sections, etc. |

division | the act or process of dividing; state of being divided. |

geometric | of or pertaining to geometry or to the principles of geometry. |

line segment | segment |

maximum | the highest amount, value, or degree attained or recorded. |

mode | the quality or state of being modal. |

multiplication | the act or process of multiplying or the state of being multiplied. |

parallel | extending in the same direction, equidistant at all points, and never converging or diverging: |

ray | a raylike line or stretch of something. |

square root | a quantity of which a given quantity is the square: |

subtraction | an act or instance of subtracting. |

vertex | the highest point of something; apex; summit; top: |

mean | an average, especially the arithmetic average |

axis | the line about which a rotating body, such as the earth, turns |

measurement | the act of measuring. |