Cent A unit of money in many countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. [4] 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. [4] 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. [1] akihtàsona kāpatahk

in 3x + 4y = 14

3 is the coefficient of x,

4 is the coefficient of y

Coin Metal money. [5] 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. [3] (1) papiyakwan ithikohk (Woodland)
(2) pahpeyakwan iyikohk (Plain)
[latex]6+12=12+6 \\3×5=5×3[/latex]
Compare To state the similarities or differences between two or more numbers, objects, or figures by considering their attributes/characteristics. [1] 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. [6] 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. [1]
Count backward To list or name numerals in reverse order. [6] asȇkicikȇ
Count forward To list or name numerals in order. [6] akihcikē


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CREE DICTIONARY OF MATHEMATICAL TERMS WITH VISUAL EXAMPLES by Arzu Sardarli and Ida Swan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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