High School Number & Quantity




Common Core State Standards Overview for High School Number & Quantity

The Real Number System
  • Extend the properties of exponents to rational exponents.
  • Classify numbers as rational or irrational.
Quantities
  • Reason quantitatively and use units to solve problems.
The Complex Number
System
  • Perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers.
  • Represent complex numbers and their operations on the complex plane.
  • Use complex numbers in polynomial identities and equations.
Vector & Matrix
Quantities
  • Represent and model with vector quantities.
  • Perform operations on vectors.
  • Perform operations on matrices and use matrices in applications.
Source: www.corestandards.org

High school number and quantity studies build on a foundation of counting numbers that carries on from grade school and middle school all the way through 12th grade. Initially, this includes studying rational numbers and fractions, irrational numbers, and real numbers. At the high school level, math dealing with number and quantity expands to include exponents as well as imaginary and complex numbers. High school students who have a grounding in number and quantity vocabulary understand these concepts more quickly, using them in quantitative mathematical modeling and reasoning. Read MoreRead Less

The math vocabulary lists are based on the Common Core High School Math Standards. VocabularySpellingCity has selected the high school math words that apply to the key math concepts and written level-appropriate high school math definitions combined with meaningful example sentences. High school students can use these materials for reinforcement to build understanding or assessment. Teachers can import the lists into their account and then edit or extend the lists for their own purposes.

At VocabularySpellingCity, through entertaining word games, vocabulary lists, printable worksheets, and online assessments, students read and understand high school number and quantity terms in context. The number and quantity vocabulary lists conform to the Common Core State Standards, allowing students to use vocabulary relating to number systems as used to quantify and solve real-world problems, from calculating batting averages to assessing traffic safety by quantifying fatalities versus speed limits. By learning mathematics vocabulary in a fun and entertaining way, students can feel confident using number and quantity terminology, both in an out of the classroom.

The following games are recommended for High School Number & Quantity Lists.

Paragraph Writing Practice allows students to create a paragraph using their spelling or vocabulary words.

Play Paragraph Writing Practice with a High School Number & Quantity list.

Vocabulary TestMe provides students with the opportunity to take a vocabulary test independently.

Play Vocabulary TestMe with a High School Number & Quantity list.

WhichWord? Definitions provides practice recognizing definitions for each spelling and vocabulary word.

Play WhichWord? Definitions with a High School Number & Quantity list.