# Final Vocab Grade 8 2014: Question Preview (ID: 19151)

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a number that is multiplied by the variable
a) expression
b) base
c) absolute value
d) coefficient

the number that is used as a factor the number of times indicated by the exponent
a) congruent
b) base
c) coefficient
d) absolute value

equal to one another
a) absolute value
b) congruent
c) base
d) coefficient

a mathematical arrangement of numbers and variables connected by operations but does NOT have an =
a) expression
b) equation
c) absolute value
d) coefficient

any number that can be expressed as a non-repeating, non-termination decimal
a) absolute value
b) rational number
c) irrational number
d) expression

the distance a number is from zero on a number line
a) absolute value
b) rational number
c) irrational number
d) expression

any number that can be expressed as a fraction
a) alternate exterior angles
b) rational number
c) irrational number
d) altemate interior angles

a pair of angles on opposite sides of the transversal and outside of the other 2 lines
a) altemate interior angles
b) corresponding angles
c) vertical angles
d) alternate exterior angles

a) expression
b) altemate interior angles
c) alternate exterior angles
d) equation

a) next to
b) not next to
c) side by side
d) down the street

a pair of angles on opposite sides of the transversal and between the other 2 lines
a) alternate exterior angles
b) corresponding angles
c) altemate interior angles
d) vertical angles

a pair of angles on the same side
a) complementary angles
b) corresponding angles
c) vertical angles
d) supplementary angles

the nonadjacent angles are formed by intersecting lines
a) corresponding angles
b) supplementary angles
c) complementary angles
d) vertical angles

two angles whose measures add up to 90
a) vertical angles
b) complementary angles
c) supplementary angles
d) corresponding angles

two angles whose measures add up to 180
a) supplementary angles
b) complementary angles
c) vertical angles
d) corresponding angles

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