Term | Definition |
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dollar value (p252) | Value of money that something is worth, depreciates, or appreciates. |

historical data (p252) | The prices from the past that a car was worth. |

historical depreciation (p252) | The devaluation of a car using historical data. |

exponential decay (p252) | Rather than the value decreasing by the same dollar amount each year, it decreases by the same percentage each year. |

exponential depreciation (p252) | The model of exponential decay in the context of auto devaluation. |

### Wirtz Math Finance Chapter 5 Lesson 7

Term | Definition |
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odometer (p259) | A gauge on the dashboard of a car that indicates the distance the car has traveled since it left the factory |

electronic odometer (p259) | An odometer which gives the distance readings digitally. |

mechanical odometer (p259) | An odometer that consists of a set of cylinders that turn to indicate the distance traveled. |

trip odometer (p259) | Another odometer that gives the accumulated distance traveled on a particular trip. |

speedometer (p259) | A device that tells the rate at which the car is traveling. |

fuel economy measurement (p259) | How much gasoline a care uses to travel a certain distance. |

miles per gallons (mpg) (p259) | A type of fuel economy measurement, which uses the English Standard system. |

kilometers per liter (km/L) (p259) | A type of fuel economy measurement, which uses the metric system. |

English Standard System (p259) | System of measurement used in the United States. |

Metric System (p259) | System of measurement used in other countries outside the United States. |

distance formula (p260) | A formula for the distance a car travels for the distance a car travels that is a function of the rate and time that it travels, or d = rt. |

currency exchange rate (p264) | A rate used to convert one country's currency to another country's currency. |

### Wirtz Math Finance Chapter 6 Lesson 1

Term | Definition |
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employment agency (C06L1 p291) | A business that has lists of job openings and charges a fee to find jobs for people. |

fee paid (C06L1 p291) | When the employer, instead of the employee, pays the fee to an employment agency. |

resume (C06L1 p291) | A short accounting of a job-seeker's education and qualifications for employment. |

W-4 Form (C06L1 p291) | A form that is filled out by a new employee that gives directions to the government on how much money in taxes to deduct from an employee's pay. |

benefits (C06L1 p291) | Additional compensation from an employer; can include health and dental insurance, child care, retirement, and travel expenses. |

discount (C06L1 p293) | The amount that a charge, cost, or fee is lowered. |

### Wirtz Combined Geometry Chapter 1 Lesson 3

Term | Definition |
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segment of a line (p11) | Two points on the line and all points between them. |

ray (p11) | A portion of a line which starts at a point and goes off in a particular direction to infinity. |

opposite rays (p11) | Two rays with a common endpoint that point in opposite directions and form a straight line. |

length of a segment (p11) | The distance between its endpoints |

postulates (p12) | A statement that is accepted without proof. |

axioms (p12) | A statement that is accepted without proof. |

congruent segments (p13) | Segments that have equal lengths. |

midpoint of a segment (p13) | The point that divides the segment into two congruent segments. |

bisector of a segment (p13) | A line, segment, ray, or plane that intersects the segment at its midpoint. |

number line (p11) | A line on which numbers are marked at intervals, used to illustrate simple numerical operations. |

coordinate (p11) | Each of a group of numbers used to indicate the position of a point, line, or plane. |

congruent (p13) | When two objects have the same size and same shape. |

Segment Addition Postulate (p12) | If B is between A and C, then AB + BC = AC. |

### 7x

Question | Answer |
---|---|

7 x 0 | 0 |

7 x 1 | 7 |

7 x 2 | 14 |

7 x 3 | 21 |

7 x 4 | 28 |

7 x 5 | 35 |

7 x 6 | 42 |

7 x 7 | 49 |

7 x 8 | 56 |

7 x 9 | 63 |

7 x 10 | 70 |

7 x 11 | 77 |

7 x 12 | 84 |

### 1 x

Question | Answer |
---|---|

1 x 1 | 1 |

1 x 2 | 2 |

1 x 3 | 3 |

1 x 4 | 4 |

1 x 5 | 5 |

1 x 6 | 6 |

1 x 7 | 7 |

1 x 8 | 8 |

1 x 9 | 9 |

1 x 10 | 10 |

1 x 11 | 11 |

1 x 12 | 12 |

### 2 x

Question | Answer |
---|---|

2 x 1 | 2 |

2 x 2 | 4 |

2 x 3 | 6 |

2 x 4 | 8 |

2 x 5 | 10 |

2 x 6 | 12 |

2 x 7 | 14 |

2 x 8 | 16 |

2 x 9 | 18 |

2 x 10 | 20 |

2 x 11 | 22 |

2 x 12 | 24 |

### 4 x

Question | Answer |
---|---|

4 x 1 | 4 |

4 x 2 | 8 |

4 x 3 | 12 |

4 x 4 | 16 |

4 x 5 | 20 |

4 x 6 | 24 |

4 x 7 | 28 |

4 x 8 | 32 |

4 x 9 | 36 |

4 x 10 | 40 |

4 x 11 | 44 |

4 x 12 | 48 |

### 3 x

Question | Answer |
---|---|

3 x 1 | 3 |

3 x 2 | 6 |

3 x 3 | 9 |

3 x 4 | 12 |

3 x 5 | 15 |

3 x 6 | 18 |

3 x 7 | 21 |

3 x 8 | 24 |

3 x 9 | 27 |

3 x 10 | 30 |

3 x 11 | 33 |

3 x 12 | 36 |

### 5 x

Question | Answer |
---|---|

5 x 1 | 5 |

5 x 2 | 10 |

5 x 3 | 15 |

5 x 4 | 20 |

5 x 5 | 25 |

5 x 6 | 30 |

5 x 7 | 35 |

5 x 8 | 40 |

5 x 9 | 45 |

5 x 10 | 50 |

5 x 11 | 55 |

5 x 12 | 60 |