# C Cent A unit of money in many countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.  pîwâpiskos Circle A closed, perfectly round curve consisting of all the points that are equidistant from a fixed point inside the curve called the center.  wâwiyiyaw Circumference The perimeter (length) of a circle, determined as C = 2πr, where π ≈ 3.14 and r is the radius of the circle. wâsakâm Coefficient A constant that multiplies a variable.  akihtàsona kāpatahk in 3x + 4y = 14 3 is the coefficient of x, 4 is the coefficient of y
 Coin Metal money.  sônîyâs Commutative Property of addition and multiplication that allows the numbers to be added or multiplied in any order, without affecting the sum or product of the operation.  (1) papiyakwan ithikohk (Woodland) (2) pahpeyakwan iyikohk (Plain) $6+12=12+6 \\3×5=5×3$
 Compare To state the similarities or differences between two or more numbers, objects, or figures by considering their attributes/characteristics.  peyakwan ahpo pìtos akihtâsona 2 is less than 3 or 3 is more than 2
 Comparison Examination (two or more objects, ideas, people, etc.) in order to note similarities and differences.  nȃnȃkatawȇyitamȏwin Coordinate Ordered pair used to describe a location on a grid or plane. For example, the coordinates (6, 5) describe a location found by moving 6 units to the right and 5 units up from the origin. ita kanakiskātomakaki Count 1. To name the numbers in order up to and including a given number. 2. To determine the total number or amount.  akihta Count backward To list or name numerals in reverse order.  asȇkicikȇ Count forward To list or name numerals in order.  akihcikē  