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1 Collège du Parmelan Groisy Lexique mathématiques Français Anglais 4 ème 3 ème F. GENIN 1

2 Lexique mathématique Français Anglais 4 ème -3ème Abscisse (premier nombre dans un couple) x-coordinate (first number in an ordered pair) or abscissa Addition Addition Additionner Add (to) Aigu (angle) Acute angle Aire Area Ajouter Count on (to) A l intérieur Inside A l extérieur Outside A Alignés (points) Collinear points Angle Angle Angle aigu Acute angle Angle au centre Central angle Angle droit Right angle Angle inscrit inscribed angle Angle obtus Obtuse angle Angle plat Straight angle Angles adjacents Adjacent angles Angles alternes internes interior alternate angles Angles complémentaires Complementary angles Angles correspondants Corresponding angles 2

3 Angles opposés par le sommet Vertical angles or verticaly opposite angles Angles supplémentaires Supplementary angles Antécédant pre-image Après After Arête Edge Approximation Estimate Arc Arc Arrondi Round Arrondir Round (to) Avant Before Axe Axis Axe des abscisses x-axis Axe des ordonnées y-axis Axe de symétrie Line (or axis) of symmetry Base Base Bissectrice Bisector or angle bisector Box and whisker plot boîte à moustache Calculer to calculate or to work out Camembert (diagramme en) Circle graph Carré Square Carré (élever au) Square (to) B C Carré (nombre) Square (number) Centième Hundredth Centimètre Centimeter 3

4 Centre Center Centre de symétrie Point symmetry Centre du cercle circonscrit Circumcenter Centre du cercle inscrit Incenter Cercle Circle Cercle circonscrit Circumcircle Cercle inscrit Incircle Chiffre Digit Circonférence Circumference Coefficient de proportionnalité Coefficient of proportionality Comparer Compare (to) Compas Compass Corde Chord Cône Cone Coordonnées Coordinates Corde Chord Côté Side Côtés adjacents Adjacent sides Courbe représentative d une fonction curve of a function Croissant (ordre) Ascending order Cube Cube Cube (élever au) Cube (to) Cylindre Cylinder Décimal (nombre) Decimal number Décroissant (ordre) Descending order Degré Degree Demi-droite Ray D 4

5 Demi-cercle Half-circle Demi-heure Half-hour Dénominateur Denominator Développer Expand (to) Diagramme Diagram or graph Diagramme à barres Bar graph Diagramme circulaire Circle graph or pie chart Diagramme en camembert Circle graph Diamètre Diameter Différence Difference Disque Disc Distance Distance Distribuer Expand (to) Distributivité Distributive property or distributive law Dividende Dividend Diviser Divide (to) Diviseur Divisor Division Division Dixième Tenth Donnée Data Droite Straight line Droite graduée Number line Droites sécantes Intersecting lines Echelle Map scale Effectifs Frequency Effectifs cumulés Cumulative frequencies Egal Equal E 5

6 Egal à Equal to Egalité Equality Elever au carré Square (to) Elever au cube Cube (to) Entier Integer Entre Between Environ Round Equation Equation Equerre set-square Equiprobable Equally likely Erreur d arrondi Rounding error Etendue Range Evaluer Estimate (to) Evénement Event Exposant Exponent Expression Expression Extrémité boundary Face Face Facteur Factor Facteur commun Common factor Factoriser Factorize (to) Figures superposables Congruent figures Fois (l aire du cercle est égale à pi fois le carré du rayon) Times (the area of a circle equals pi times the radius squared) Fonction Function Fonction croissante increasing function F 6

7 Fonction décroissante decreasing function Forme shape Formule Formula Fraction Fraction Fraction décimale Decimal fraction Fractions égales Equivalent fractions Fréquence Relative frequency Fréquences cumulées Relative cumulative frequencies Gramme Gram Grande aiguille Minute hand G Hauteur (dimension) Height (dimension) Hauteur (triangle ou cône) perpendicular height Heure Hour Hexagone Hexagon Histogramme Histogram Hypoténuse Hypotenuse H Identité Identity Image image Impair Odd Inconnue unknown Indice Index Inégalité Inequality I 7

8 Inférieur à Less than Inverse Reciprocal K Kilogramme Kilogram Kilomètre Kilometer L Largeur Width Litre Liter Losange Rhombus M Masse Mass Médiane Median Médiatrice Perpendicular bisector Mètre Meter Milieu d un segment midpoint of a segment Millième Thousandth Minute Minute Moins (signe) Minus (sign) Moins que Less than Moyenne Mean, average Multiple Multiple Multiplier Multiply (to) Multiplication Multiplication 8

9 Nombre entier Whole number Nombres négatifs Negative numbers Nommer to label Numérateur Numerator N Octogone Octagon Opposé Opposite Ordonnée (deuxième nombre dans un couple) y-coordinate (second number in an ordered pair) or ordinate Ordre Order O Ordre croissant Ascending order Ordre décroissant Descending order Origine Origin Pair Even Parallèle Parallel Parallélépipède rectangle Rectangular prism Parallélogramme Parallelogram Parenthèses Brackets Parts égales Equal parts Patron Pattern Pavé droit Rectangular prism Paver Tesselate (to) Pentagone Pentagon Périmètre Perimeter Perpendiculaire Perpendicular P 9

10 Petite aiguille Hour hand Pictogramme Pictograph Plan Plane Plus (signe) Plus (sign) Plus grand Greater Plus léger Lighter Plus lourd heavier Plus que More than Poids Weight Points alignés Collinear points Polygone régulier Regular polygon Polygone Polygon Prendre une valeur approchée Estimate (to) Prisme Prism Prisme droit Right prism Proche de Closer to Probable Likely Produit Product Pyramide Pyramid Quadrilatère Quadrilateral Quotient Quotient Q Racine carrée Square root Rapport Ratio Rapporteur Protractor R 10

11 Rayon Radius Règle ruler Remise Discount Résoudre une équation Solve (to) an equation Reste Remainder Retrancher Count back (to) Rectangle Rectangle Règle des signes rule of signs Rotation Rotation Segment Line segment Semblable Similar Signe égal Equal sign Simplifier Simplify (to) Solide Solid figure Somme Sum Sommet Vertex Soustraction Subtraction Soustraire Subtract (to) Sphere Sphère Supérieur à Greater than Superposable Congruent Sur On Symétrie Symmetry Système décimal Decimal system S 11

12 Tableau Array Tableau de valeurs Function table Tableau des effectifs Frequency distribution or frequency table Temperature Temperature Temps écoulé Elapsed time Terme (5 + 3, 5 et 3 sont deux termes) Addend, term (5 and 3 are two addends) Théorème de Pythagore Pythagorean theorem Tracer une courbe to draw a curve Trapèze Trapezoid Triangle Triangle Triangle équilatéral Equilateral triangle Triangle isocèle Isosceles triangle Triangle rectangle Right triangle Triangle équilatéral equilateral triangle T Un demi One half Un quart One fourth Un tiers One third Unité One U Valeur absolue Absolute value Valeur approchée Estimate Variable Variable V 12

13 to write a fraction in its lowest terms to write a fraction in its simplest form to find equivalent fractions with the same denominator to cancel down a fraction écrire une fraction sous forme irréductible écrire une fraction sous forme irréductible mettre deux fractions au même dénominateur simplifier une fraction the adjacente side to le côté adjacent à the opposite side to le côté opposé à the circumcircle of a triangle le cercle circonscrit d'un triangle the incircle of a triangle le cercle inscrit d'un triangle to be equidistant between être équidistant de to draw an arc with centre... and radius... tracer un arc de centre... et de rayon... to stand on the same arc intercepter le même arc to add... to both sides ajouter... dans les deux membres to subtract... to both sides soustraire... dans les deux membres to multiply both sides by... multiplier les deux membres par... to divide both sides by... diviser les deux membres par... to collect the terms on one side regrouper les termes dans un même membre to substitute... for x remplacer x par... 13

14 SYMBOLS symbol english = equals, is equal to + plus - to add - minus - to subtract X multiplied by - to multiply by. divided by - to divide by Dot : 3.(1+4) Point : pi ~ 3.14 < less than < less than or equal to > greater than > greater than or equal to diffent from square root of X X 2 X 3 X n X squared - to square X cubed - to cube X to the power n - to raise to the power n X is the base n is the power ( ) brackets [ ] square brackets, coma : 12,345.6 belongs to 14

15 Abscissa abscisse Absolute value Valeur absolue Acute angle Angle aigu Add (to) Additionner Anglais Français A Addend (5 + 3, 5 and 3 are two addends) Terme (5 + 3, 5 et 3 sont deux termes) Addition Addition Adjacent angles Angles adjacents Adjacent sides Côtés adjacents After Après Altitude (triangle) Hauteur (triangle) Angle bisector Bissectrice Arc Arc Area Aire Array Tableau Ascending order Ordre croissant Average Moyenne Axis Axe Bar graph Diagramme à barres Base Base Before Avant Between Entre B 15

16 Bisector Bissectrice Boundary extrémité Box and whisker plot boîte à moustache Brackets Parenthèses Calculate calculer Center Centre Centimeter Centimètre Central angle Angle au centre Chord Corde Circle Cercle Circle graph Diagramme circulaire ou en camembert Circumcenter Centre du cercle circonscrit Circumcircle Cercle circonscrit Circumference Circonférence Closer to Proche de Coefficient of proportionality Coefficient de proportionnalité C Collinear points Points alignés Common factor Facteur commun Compare (to) Comparer Compass Compas Complementary angles Angles complémentaires Cone Cône Congruent Superposable Congruent figures Figures superposables Coordinates Coordonnées Corresponding angles Angles correspondants Count back (to) Retrancher 16

17 Count on (to) Ajouter Cube Cube Cube (to) Elever au cube Cumulative frequencies Effectifs cumulés Curve of a function courbe représentative d une fonction Cylinder Cylindre D Data Donnée Decimal fraction Fraction décimale Decimal number Décimal (nombre) Decimal system Système décimal Decreasing function fonction décroissane Degree Degré Denominator Dénominateur Descending order Ordre décroissant Diameter Diamètre Difference Différence Digit Chiffre Disc Disque Discount Remise Distance Distance Distributive property or distributive law Distributivité Dividend Dividende Divide (to) Diviser Division Division Divisor Diviseur Draw (to) a curve tracer une courbe 17

18 Edge Arête Elapsed time Temps écoulé Equal Egal Equilateral triangle Triangle équilatéral Equal parts Parts égales Equal sign Signe égal Equality Egalité Equally likely Equiprobable E Equal to Egal à Equation Equation Equivalent fractions Fractions égales Estimate Estimation, évaluation, approximation, valeur approchée Estimate (to) Estimer, évaluer, prendre une valeur approchée Even Pair Event Evénement Expand (to) Développer ou distribuer Exponent Exposant Expression Expression Face Face Factor Facteur Factorize (to) Factoriser Formula Formule Fraction Fraction Frequency Effectifs Frequency distribution or frequency table Tableau des effectifs F 18

19 Function Fonction Function table Tableau de valeurs Greater than Supérieur à, plus grand que Gram Gramme Half-circle Demi-cercle Half-hour Demi-heure Heavier Plus lourd Height (dimension) Hauteur (dimension) Hexagon Hexagone Histogram Histogramme Hour Heure Hour hand Petite aiguille Hundredth Centième Hypotenuse Hypoténuse G H Identity Identité Image image Incenter Centre du cercle inscrit Incircle Cercle inscrit Increasing function fonction croissante Index Indice Inequality Inégalité Inscribed angle angle inscrit I 19

20 Inside A l intérieur Integer Entier Interior alternate angles angles alternes internes Intersecting lines Droites sécantes Isosceles triangle Triangle isocèle Kilogram Kilogramme Kilometer Kilomètre K L Label (to) nommer Less than Moins que, inférieur à Lighter Plus léger Likely Probable Line Droite Line segment Segment Line of symmetry Axe de symétrie Liter Litre Map scale Echelle Mass Masse Mean Moyenne Median Médiane M Meter Mètre Midpoint of a segment milieu d un segment Minus (sign) Moins (signe) Minute Minute 20

21 Minute hand Grande aiguille More than Plus que Multiple Multiple Multiplication Multiplication Multiply (to) Multiplier Negative numbers Nombres négatifs Number line Droite graduée Numerator Numérateur N Obtuse angle Angle obtus Octagon Octogone Odd Impair On Sur One Unité One fourth Un quart One half Un demi One third Un tiers Opposite Opposé Order Ordre Ordinate ordonnée Origin Origine Outside A l extérieur O 21

22 Parallel Parallèle Parallelogram Parallélogramme Pattern Patron Pentagon Pentagone Perimeter Perimètre Perpendicular Perpendiculaire Perendicular height hauteur (d un triangle, d un cône) Perpendicular bissector médiatrice Pictograph Pictogramme Pie chart diagramme circulaire Plane Plan Plus (sign) Plus (signe) Point symmetry Centre de symétrie Polygon Polygone Pre-image antécédent Prism Prisme P Product Produit Protractor Rapporteur Pyramid Pyramide Pythagorean theorem Théorème de Pythagore Quadrilateral Quadrilatère Quotient Quotient Q 22

23 R Radius Rayon Range Etendue Ratio Rapport Ray Demi-droite Reciprocal Inverse Rectangle Rectangle Rectangular prism Pavé droit ou parallélépipède rectangle Regular polygon Polygone régulier Relative cumulative frequencies Fréquences cumulées Relative frequency Fréquence Remainder Reste Rhombus Losange Right angle Angle droit Right prism Prisme droit Right triangle Triangle rectangle Rotation Rotation Round Environ, arrondi Round (to) Arrondir Rounding error Erreur d arrondi Rule of signs règle des signes Ruler règle S Set-square équerre Side Côté Similar Semblable 23

24 Shape forme Slope of a linear function coefficient directeur d une fonction linéaire Solid figure Solide Solve (to) an equation Résoudre une équation Sphere Sphère Square Carré Square (number) Carré (nombre) Square (to) Carré (élever au) Square root Racine carrée Straight angle Angle plat Straight line Droite Subtract (to) Soustraire Subtraction Soustraction Sum Somme Supplementary angles Angles supplémentaires Symmetry Symétrie Simplify (to) Simplifier Temperature Temperature Tenth Dixième Term Terme Tesselate (to) Paver T Thousandth Millième Times (the area of a circle equals pi times the radius squared) Fois (l aire du cercle est égale à pi fois le carré du rayon) Trapezoid Trapèze Triangle Triangle 24

25 U Unknown inconnue Variable Variable Vertex Sommet Vertical angles Angles opposés par le sommet Verticaly opposite angles Angles opposés par le sommet Weight Poids Whole number Nombre entier Width Largeur Work out (to) calculer V W x-axis Axe des abscisses x-coordinate (first number in an ordered pair) Abscisse (premier nombre dans un couple) X y-axis Axe des ordonnées y-coordinate (second number in an ordered pair) Ordonnée (deuxième nombre dans un couple) Y 25

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