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Week 1 -y (tend to) Week 2 -ly (way of) List A: List A: 1. icy 2. jumpy 3. chilly 4. misty 5. waxy 6. lucky 7. hasty 8. shiny 9. runny 10. funny 1. happily 2. barely 3. coldly 4. angrily 5. purely 6. calmly 7. dimly 8. exactly 9. entirely 10. deeply List B: List B: 1. velvety 2. property 3. trendy 4. remedy 5. trustworthy 6. quality 7. survey 8. accessory 9. numeracy 10. obesity 1. delightfully 2. privately 3. puzzlingly 4. quarterly 5. currently 6. promptly 7. typically 8. collectively 9. unseasonably 10. rigorously List C: List C: 1. absently 2. abruptly 3. punctually 4. symphony 5. unsanitary 6. truancy 7. publicity 8. respiratory 9. obscurity 10. migratory 1. enviously 2. curiously 3. mischievously 4. ferociously 5. officially 6. triumphantly 7.sympathetically 8. rhythmically 9. diligently 10. exhilaratingly EOG Review Week #1 EOG Review Week #2 1. Divide: To separate into equal groups and find the number in each group or the number of groups. 2. Apply: To use knowledge 3. Geometry: The properties and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids 4. Place Value: The value of the place of a digit in a number 5. Explain: To clearly state your reasons 6. Faces: A plane figure that is one side of a solid figure 7. State: to tell 8. Except: to leave out 9. Meter: A unit of length in the metric system 10. Whole Number: Any number that isn’t a decimal or fraction 1. Stem and Leaf Plot: A graph used to organize data by grouping the values of their digits 2. Justify: Explain why you are right 3. Opinion: A belief based on what you think 4. Plane Figure: Any 2-dimensional figure 5. Infer: Using reason to make an educated guess 6. Length: The distance along a line or figure from one point to another 7. Table: An organized way to list data 8. Cups: A customary unit of capacity equal to 8 fluid ounces 9. Line Segment: A part of a line with 2 endpoints 10. Line: A set of connected points that go on forever in both directions EOG Review Week #3 1. Summarize: To sum it up 2. Factor: The two whole numbers that are multiplied together to get a given number 3. Kilogram: A metric unit of mass equal to 1000 grams 4. Order of Operations: The way to solve a problem that has more than one operation 5. Reference: A source of information 6. Value: The possible outcomes for a variable 7. Standard Notation: A number written with one digit for each place value 8. Elaborate: To explain in more detail 9. Analyze: To examine carefully 10. Fraction: A way to describe a part of a whole or of a group EOG Review Week #4 EOG Review Week #5 EOG Review Week #6 1. Affect: To do something to cause it to change 2. Angles: The amount of turning or opening-Three types: right, acute, obtuse 3. Data: Information, especially numerical information 4. Graph: A drawing that shows relationship between data—Examples: bar, line, circle 5. Denominator: In a fraction, the number below the line that shows how many total parts 6. Interpret: To make clear the meaning of 7. Numerator: In a fraction, the number above the line that shows how many parts are shaded 8. Centimeters: A metric unit of length that is 1/100 of a meter 9. Fact: Something that can be proven 10. Mixed Number: A number that has a whole number and a fraction 1. Impression: A feeling about someone or something 2. Associative Property: Changing the grouping of 3 or more factors does not change the product 3. Commutative Property: Changing the order of the factors does not change the product 4. Evaluate: To determine the meaning or importance 5. Distributive Property: When one of the factors of a product is a sum, multiplying each addend before adding, doesn’t change to product 6. Feature: A characteristic of a passage 7. Mood: The feeling a reader gets from a story 8. Hundredths: One-Hundredth of a whole number 9. Identity Property: In you multiply a number by 1, the product is the same as that number 10. Tenths: One-Tenth of a whole number 1. Perpendicular Lines: Lines that cross to form right angles 2. Clarify: To make clear 3. Parallel Lines: Lines that are always the same distance apart 4. Decimal: A number less than a whole number 5. Influence: Use experience to cause change 6. Intersecting Lines: Lines that cross 7. Area: The measure, in square units, of the inside of a plane figure 8. Perimeter: The distance around a figure 9. Pint: A customary unit of capacity equal to 2 cups 10. Probability: The chance of an event happening