# S Second 2nd nîswâw
 Sequence A pattern of numbers that are connected by some rule.  iyaskohc 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, … (Fibonacci Sequence)
 Seven 7 tepakohp Seventeen 17 têpakohposâp Seventh 7th mwecitepakohp
 Seventy 70 tepakohpimitanaw Similar Having the same shape but not always the same size. If one shape is similar to another shape, there exists a dilatation that will transform the first shape into the second shape.  peyakwan kekâc Similarity Denoting two or more figures that have the same shape but different sizes.  tāpiskōc
 Six 6 nikotwâsik Sixteen 16 nikotwâsosâp Sixth 6th mwecinikotwâsik
 Sixty 60 nikotwâsomitanaw Size The spatial dimensions, proportions, magnitude, or bulk of anything.  tānimayikohk kîspehcak 4 cm × 5 cm
 Skip (counting) To count by a given number.  ansko kwâskohtâkiciki skip count by 2s: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, . . .
 Small (numbers) Of low numerical value; denoted by a low number.  apisci-akihtāsona
 Solution The value or values that make an equation or open sentence true.  miskawȃhtowin
 Sort To separate objects into groups according to properties or characteristics.  (1) pahpiskihtascikewin (2) kîkwayi
 Square A rectangle with four equal sides ē-ayisaweyaw Square root Square root A factor that, when multiplied by itself, equals the number.  akihtāsowina kawi-akicihkātik niswaw 3 is a square root of 9, because 3×3=9
 Squared A quantity obtained by multiplying a number or variable by itself.  akihtāsowina ohci kakicihkātik niswaw
 Standard A reference against which others are compared.  kîkway ka nîpawemakahk
 Subtract To take one or more quantities away from another; to find one quantity known as the difference.  ka pahkwenikehk 17 – 9
 Subtraction Arithmetic operation pahkwenikewin Sum The result of adding two or more quantities.  kȃ mȃmawȏkimiht Symbol A letter, figure or sign used to represent a quantity, sentence, relation, function, or an object or operation.  ȇ-itwȇmakahk  