## circle gets the squareWritten by: Joseph May A is for algebra, where numbers are represented by letters B is for base, a base ten number system is much better C is for circle, it goes round and round D is for degree, in a circle, 360 are found E is for equation, an assertion of the equality of two expressions F is for fraction, it's the ratio of two expressions G is for graph, a diagram showing the relationship betwen two numbers H is for hypotenuse, a triangle's longest side, easy to remember I is for integer, positive or negative numbers that are whole J is for justification, proof of a solution, so I'm told K is for kilometer, that's almost a mile L is for line, it has one dimension and can go on for a while M is for median, the most common value in a group N is for numerator, its the top number in a fraction, like a hoop O is for octagon, the number of sides are eight P is for pentagon, it has five sides and that's great Q is for quotient, the result of a division R is for ratio, the relationship between two expressions S is for square, with equal sides of four T is for triangle, it has three sides, no more U is for unit, a standardized quantity V is for volume, the quantity of a three dimensional entity W is for whole number of which there are a lot X is for x- axis, the horizontal axis for coordinates , a plot Y is for y- axis, the vertical axis a coordinate system brings Z is for zero , it's not even one thing We talked about fractions. circles, and squares Next, we'll explore lions, tigers, and bears |