# Math Encryption Puzzle

Answer the questions. You will then use the first letter of each answer to make a quote.
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 Hint Fill-in-the-Blank Answer the area around a shape [NOT USED] perimeter a shape with eight sides [NOT USED] octagon 2.718... _____'s Number Euler real non-algebraic numbers [NOT USED] transcandental a comparison of 2 quantites [NOT USED] ratio 36 inches simplified [NOT USED] yard an algebra term where you leave the variable by itself [NOT USED] isolate allows the computation of the limit of an expression by trapping the expression between two other expressions ________ Theorem Sandwich 6.022 x 10^23, also known as a mole ________'s Number Avogadro the same as the one above the one above this one _______ Theorem Squeeze 3.14159... [NOT USED] pi e = mc^2 Theory of __________ Relativity equally distant [NOT USED] equidistant the first one but for a circle [NOT USED] circumference a number larger than any number: uncountable [NOT USED] infinity type of triangle in which all 3 sides have different lengths _______ Triangle scalene math problem not containing equal sign or inequality [NOT USED] expression
 Hint Fill-in-the-Blank Answer subject using variables [NOT USED] algebra donut-like 3-dimensional shape [NOT USED] torus spring-like 3-dimensional shape [NOT USED] helix symbol used to represent square root of negative number [NOT USED] i number that is under 0 ________ Number negative 1.618... also known as phi The ______ Ratio Golden cone's top [NOT USED] apex the outside measurement of a 3-dimensional shape _______ Area surface largest factor for 2 or more numbers (abbreviation) [NOT USED] GCF compute [NOT USED] evaluate coordinate 0,0 on a coordinate plane [NOT USED] origin basically the average [NOT USED] mean set of possible outcomes [NOT USED] event the study of triangles [NOT USED] trigonometry 1/2 of the diameter of a circle [NOT USED] radius the part of a grid that goes up and down _-axis y Now, put it all together! [NOT USED] Poetry is as precise a thing as geometry.