## Test your basic knowledge |

# First Grade Common Core Math Vocabulary

**Instructions:**

- Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
- If you are not ready to take this test, you can study here.
- Match each statement with the correct term.
- Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.

**1. Taking one number away from another. A mthematical operation that finds the difference between two numbers or quantities**

**2. A 3-dimensional figure with six square faces.**

**3. Combining two or more numbers to find a total.**

**4. A three-dimensional shape that has two parallel cicular bases that are the same size and are connected by a curved surface. A can is chaped like a cylinder.**

**5. A basic unit of length in the US measurement system.**

**6. Two addends that are the same number - like 3+3 - 6+6**

**7. Not genuine or real; not a fact**

**8. A United States coin worth one twentieth of a dollar; 5 cents (pennies)**

**9. A United States coin worth one twentieth of a dollar; 5 cents (pennies)**

**10. Using your head to solve problems when you don't have paper and pencil - or a calculator**

**11. Describes 4 equal parts or a circle**

**12. A timepiece that shows the time of day**

**13. One of two equal parts of a divisible whole**

**14. Not genuine or real; not a fact**

**15. Semicircle**

**16. 3-dimensional object which has six faces that are rectangles**

**17. >**

**18. 60 seconds; there are 60 minutes in an hour**

**19. Using tens to make tidy numbers - 26 + 8.. - make 26 to 30 - compensate and remove at the end Numberlines - Addition Only (Kimbo)**

**20. 30 minutes; describes two equal parts of the hour created when startin**

**21. The total resulting when two or more numbers are added; the answer in an addition problem**

**22. Describes 4 equal parts or a circle**

**23. Objects or numbers in clusters so that they are easier to count - add - or subtract.**

**24. A metric unit of measure - equal to one hundreth of a meter. (abbreviation: cm)**

**25. <**

**26. 60 seconds; there are 60 minutes in an hour**

**27. >**

**28. Consistent with fact or reality**

**29. A quadrilateral with two parallel sides**

**30. Displaying numbers rather than scale positions**

**31. One of four equal parts**

**32. A basic unit of length in the US measurement system.**

**33. A timepiece that shows the time of day**

**34. A single undivided whole**

**35. A single undivided whole**

**36. Each of four equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided. Ex: 1/4**

**37. A three-dimensional shape that has two parallel cicular bases that are the same size and are connected by a curved surface. A can is chaped like a cylinder.**

**38. Objects or numbers in clusters so that they are easier to count - add - or subtract.**

**39. The answer in a subtraction problem.**

**40. Each of four equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided. Ex: 1/4**

**41. One of the number symbols 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 - or 9.**

**42. A shape whose base is a circle and whose sides taper up to a point**

**43. A strategy used in solving an addition or subtraction problem**

**44. Using tens to make tidy numbers - 26 + 8.. - make 26 to 30 - compensate and remove at the end Numberlines - Addition Only (Kimbo)**

**45. A quadrilateral with two parallel sides**

**46. Two addends that are the same number - like 3+3 - 6+6**

**47. The 'hidden' (or missing) number that will make a number sentence true.**

**48. <**

**49. =**

**50. Using your head to solve problems when you don't have paper and pencil - or a calculator**