Second | 2nd | nîswâw |
Sequence | A pattern of numbers that are connected by some rule. [3] | iyaskohc |
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, … (Fibonacci Sequence) |
Seven | 7 | tepakohp |
Seventeen | 17 | têpakohposâp |
Seventh | 7th | mwecitepakohp |
Seventy | 70 | tepakohpimitanaw |
Similar | Having the same shape but not always the same size. If one shape is similar to another shape, there exists a dilatation that will transform the first shape into the second shape. [3] | peyakwan kekâc |
Similarity | Denoting two or more figures that have the same shape but different sizes. [4] | tāpiskōc |
Six | 6 | nikotwâsik |
Sixteen | 16 | nikotwâsosâp |
Sixth | 6th | mwecinikotwâsik |
Sixty | 60 | nikotwâsomitanaw |
Size | The spatial dimensions, proportions, magnitude, or bulk of anything. [6] | tānimayikohk kîspehcak |
4 cm × 5 cm |
Skip (counting) | To count by a given number. [1] | ansko kwâskohtâkiciki |
skip count by 2s: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, . . . |
Small (numbers) | Of low numerical value; denoted by a low number. [6] | apisci-akihtāsona |
Solution | The value or values that make an equation or open sentence true. [1] | miskawȃhtowin |
Sort | To separate objects into groups according to properties or characteristics. [1] | (1) pahpiskihtascikewin
(2) kîkwayi |
Square | A rectangle with four equal sides | ē-ayisaweyaw |
Square root | Square root A factor that, when multiplied by itself, equals the number. [3] | akihtāsowina kawi-akicihkātik niswaw |
3 is a square root of 9, because 3×3=9 |
Squared | A quantity obtained by multiplying a number or variable by itself. [4] | akihtāsowina ohci kakicihkātik niswaw |
Standard | A reference against which others are compared. [4] | kîkway ka nîpawemakahk |
Subtract | To take one or more quantities away from another; to find one quantity known as the difference. [1] | ka pahkwenikehk |
17 – 9 |
Subtraction | Arithmetic operation | pahkwenikewin |
Sum | The result of adding two or more quantities. [1] | kȃ mȃmawȏkimiht |
Symbol | A letter, figure or sign used to represent a quantity, sentence, relation, function, or an object or operation. [4] | ȇ-itwȇmakahk |
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