1  2  3  4  
S  S  R  C  H  O  R  D  
5  
U  E  A  Y  O  
6  7  8  9  
P  T  C  D  I  P  A  R  A  B  O  L  A  M  I  X  E  D  
10  11  
P  O  W  E  R  R  A  D  I  C  A  N  D  B  P  
12  
L  A  N  U  T  S  A  M  P  L  E  S  P  A  C  E  L  
13  
E  N  T  S  E  O  E  M  
14  15  16  17  
M  S  D  A  R  E  A  C  D  L  M  O  
18  19  
E  V  I  C  O  P  O  S  T  U  L  A  T  E  B  E  N  
N  E  V  E  N  W  T  I  N  O  
20  21  22  
H  T  R  A  T  I  O  N  A  L  E  X  P  R  E  S  S  I  O  N  E  S  T  M  
23  24  
Y  A  S  S  A  T  T  V  R  A  D  I  C  A  L  E  Q  U  A  T  I  O  N  
25  
P  R  A  O  T  I  A  A  C  R  A  U  
26  27  28  
O  Y  V  L  R  U  C  O  N  G  R  U  E  N  T  L  E  X  P  O  N  E  N  T  Y  L  M  
T  E  R  R  T  U  E  
29  30  31  32  33  
E  X  T  E  R  I  O  R  A  A  A  C  O  N  C  E  N  T  R  I  C  P  R  
34  35  
N  T  A  L  F  A  C  T  O  R  E  D  C  O  I  
36  37  38  
U  E  N  C  I  C  W  O  Q  L  C  
S  X  G  E  O  H  R  U  Y  A  
39  40  41  
E  D  E  M  A  N  D  N  B  O  R  C  O  N  L  
42  43  44  
T  F  A  P  R  I  N  C  I  P  A  L  E  I  T  O  C  
45  46  
N  O  N  P  E  R  M  I  S  S  I  B  L  E  N  E  E  S  R  I  M  I  N  O  R  
47  
Q  A  N  O  N  P  C  E  I  E  
48  49  50  51  
U  P  A  R  A  L  L  E  L  A  X  I  S  O  F  S  Y  M  M  E  T  R  Y  C  O  L  L  I  N  E  A  R  F  
A  E  V  N  I  R  N  E  T  L  F  
52  53  54  55  
D  R  E  C  C  M  A  E  V  D  I  L  
56  57  
R  F  I  N  A  L  T  E  R  N  A  T  E  L  E  I  C  I  
58  
A  E  N  T  S  X  R  E  M  A  I  N  D  E  R  I  S  
59  60  61  
T  C  S  H  L  I  N  E  A  R  C  T  G  T  A  N  G  E  N  T  
62  63  64  
X  I  N  T  E  R  C  E  P  T  M  R  I  B  N  
65  66  67  
C  S  R  R  U  N  D  E  F  I  N  E  D  C  E  M  I  L  L  R  A  T  E  
68  
Q  I  O  M  I  D  A  T  D  
69  70  
U  B  B  I  V  S  I  M  I  L  A  R  M  
71  72  73  
S  A  E  A  N  M  I  N  I  M  U  M  T  I  N  S  T  A  L  M  E  N  T  P  L  A  N  
74  
C  R  D  B  I  S  E  C  T  O  R  D  N  S  
75  76  
B  A  S  E  I  E  E  O  D  
77  78  79  
L  S  P  L  G  R  A  T  I  O  N  A  L  D  O  M  A  I  N  
80  
E  R  A  D  I  C  A  L  E  D  I  A  
F  I  T  R  A  M  
81  
A  M  Y  S  R  L  E  
82  
C  E  M  O  R  T  G  A  G  E  S  T  
T  G  Q  E  
83  84  
C  O  M  M  O  N  E  X  T  R  A  N  E  O  U  S  U  R  
R  L  A  
85  
M  A  J  O  R  
86  
R  E  N  T  I  R  E 
Across
4. a line segment whose endpoints lie on the circle
7. a ushaped curve 9. a radical made up of a number and a radical 10. another name for exponent 11. the number or variable under the root sign 12. the set of all possible outcomes in a probability experiment 15. the number of square units needed to cover a surface 18. a statement we believe to be true and accept as true 21. a ratio of two polynomials 23. an equation in which the variable makes at least one appearance beneath a radical sign 27. having exactly the same size and shape 28. used to show the repeated multiplication of a factor 29. an angle produced when a side of a figure is extended past the vertex 32. coplanar circles having the same centre 34. an expression written entirely as a product of factors 39. a loan that allows the consumer to repay in full at any time 43. positive square root of a number 45. any value of the variable that causes the denominator of the rational expression to be zero 46. an arc less than the semicircle 48. lines in the same plane that never meet 50. a vertical line that cuts a parabola into two congruent halves 51. points that lie on a straight line 57. angles that form a zpattern with parallel lines and a transversal 58. the name for the value remaining when this value is smaller than the divisor 59. a term of degree 1 61. a line having one point in common with a circle 62. the value of x where the line cuts the xaxis 65. division by zero 67. (budget amount divided by total value of tax assessment) times 1000 70. polygons having corresponding angles congruent and corresponding sides in proportion 72. the lowest yvalues that can be used to create a graph 73. payments of equal amounts including interest made over a specified period of time 74. a ray or line segment that divides an angle or a line segment into two equal parts 75. the factor that is repeatedly multiplied 78. all numbers that can be written as a ratio of two integers 79. the set of values that may be substituted for x and still give a meaningful value for y 80. comes from Latin word radix and means root 82. a loan taken out in order to pruchase a house 83. factors shared by a number of terms 84. a root that does not satisfy the original equation 85. an arc greater than a semicircle 86. a radicla with no number in front of the radical sign

Down
1. angles which add to 180 degrees
2. a line passing through two points of a circle 3. a line segment one of whose endpoints is the centre of the circle and the other is on the circle 4. angles which add to 90 degrees 5. value of y at the point where the curve cuts the yaxis 6. a line that cuts parallel lines 8. the distance a number is from zero 13. a polynomial made up of one term 14. the number being divided by 16. a term containing no variables 17. a payment made at the time of purchase 19. to divide into two equal parts 20. theside opposite the right angle in a right triangle 22. numbers in the set {1, 2, 3, 4, ...} 24. the number that multiples a variable base to a power 25. numbers that can not be written as a ratio of two integers 26. the point at which a parabola changes direction 30. the set of ynumbers that result upon replacing x by numbers from the domain 31. continuous or unbroken part of a circle 33. an expression made up of any number of terms separated by "=" or "" 35. angles that form a Fpattern with parallel lines and a transversal 36. an angle whose vertex is the centre of the circle and whose sides each contain the radius of the circle 37. numbers in the set {0, 1, 2, 3, ...} 38. the answer to a division 40. an expression made up of two terms 41. set of all points in a plane that are the same distance from a fixed point 42. charge one pays for the credit received which includes interest and cost of servicing the contract 44. the fixed point of a circle 47. a term of degree 2 48. rational numbers such as 81, 121, 144/25 49. a subset or a portion of a sample space 52. the sum of the list price and taxes 53. the highest y values that can be used to create a graph 54. angles formed by two intersecting lines 55. price you pay for the item prior to taxes 56. an angle whose vertex is on the circle and whose sides each contain a chord of a circle 60. advance of goods or services for the promise to repay in the future 63. comparing of outcomes of an event to the number of outcomes in the sample space 64. order of operations 66. number under the division sign 68. obtained by squaring a binomial 69. numbers in the set {..., 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...} 71. ratio of lengths of two corresponding sides of a pair of similar polygons 76. a chord passing throught the centre of a circle 77. an integer greater than 1 whose only integral factors are 1 and itself 81. any polygon that has all sides and interior angles congruent
