Calculator-a small electronic device that solves math problems.
Calyx-the green or leafy part of a flower.
Capillary- a single one of the smallest blood tubes in your body.
Carbohydrate-a nutrient rich in energy made of cabon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
Carry-the process of bringing a digit's value over to the next digit in an addition problem.
Cent-the root of many English words. It means 100.
Chemistry- the study of what things are made of, how they are classified, and how it's put together.
Chromatography- the separating of a mixture into different colors.
Circle-a closed shape that is perfecty round and flat.
Circle Graph-a graph that shows a whole as a circle cut into pieces representing percentages.
Circumference-the distance around a shape.
Combinations-possible waysto combind objeacts or possibilities without any regard to the way to which they are to be combined.
Common Denominator-a denominator that is a multiple of all fraction denominators in a particular addition or subtraction problem.
Cone-a closed, three-dimensional shape that starts as a circle and ends in a point.
Congruent-a math word for two or more shapes that are exactly equal.
Cube-a closed, six-sided, three-dimensional shape that has 12 equal edges and every angle a right angle.
Crystal-a solid found in the ground that has a specific shape and a repeating patternof sides and angles.
Cylinder-a closed, three-dimensional tube with circles on either end.
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