1.Naive (Adjective) - showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
B. He didn't know how to do it, because he was Naive.
C. Young child
2. Niche (verb) - place or position (something) in a niche.
B. Since I need a niche, I became a teacher.
3. obliterate (noun) - destroy utterly; wipe out.
B. I didn't like the building, so I obliterated it.
4. gratify (noun) - give (someone) pleasure or satisfaction.
B. I was gratified because they were here.
C. Destroy a building
5. infinite (adjective) - limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate.
B. I was really hungry, so I ate an infinite amount of food.
6.coefficient (noun) - the numerical factor of a term.
B. The coefficient in the equation was 4x.
7. multiplicative inverse (noun) - two numbers with a product of 1, also known as the reciprocal of a number.
B. A multiplicative is 1/2
8. Identity (noun) - An equation that is true for every value of the variable.
B. An equation be identity which means any numbers a solution.
9. Null set (noun) - empty set, meaning there is no solution for an equation
B. A null set with no solution.
10. Properties (noun) - statements that are true for all numbers
B. An example of a property is the Identity property.
11. Embody (verb) - be an expression of or give a tangible or visible form to (an idea, quality, or feeling).
B. I Embodied, so I could get out of school.
C. I got an idea of how to do it.
12. Exasperate (verb) - irritate intensely; infuriate.
B. This futile process exasperates prison officials
C. When you get irritated with something.
13. Fiasco (noun) - a thing that is a complete failure, especially in a ludicrous or humiliating way.
B. His plans turned into a fiasco, so he was depressed.
C. When you fail like in sports.
14. Garnish (verb) - decorate or embellish (something, especially food).
B. Since I had to garnish, I decorated the salad.
C. I Garnished the food.
15. Heritage (noun) - property that is or may be inherited; an inheritance.
B. My grandpa passed away, so I inherited his land.
C. I heritage my families land.
16.Plate (noun)- a theory of global tectonics in which the lithosphere is divided into a number of crustal plates.
B. Theres lots of different plates, but we live on only one.
C. There are 12 plates on earth.
17. Ring of fire (noun)- a major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.
B. Since there was an earth quake going on in the ring of fire, my family moved.
C. The ring of fire is near the pacific ocean.
18. Pangea ( noun)- is a hypothetical supercontinent that included all current land masses
B. Since the earth was a Pangea, so the earth was all one land mass.
C. The earth is an example of Pangea.
19. Fault (noun) - (of a rock formation) be broken by a fault or faults.
B. Theres a fault in the earth, but its in California.
C. In california.
20. Isostatic rebound (noun)- is the rise of land masses that were depressed by the huge weight of ice sheets during the last glacial period, through a process known as isostatic depression.
B. Theres a isostatic rebound on earth, but its in a different country.
21.Sympathy (noun)- feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune.
B. I had sympathy for the poor, because they had no food.
C. Feel bad for a person.
22. Empathy(noun)- The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
B. In math class I had some empathy, Although I was some what confused.
C. In class I had empathy.
23. Apathy(noun) - lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.
B. Since I didn't like art, I had apathy.
C. Don't like something.
24. Conotation(noun)- an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning.
B. I needed conotation, so I looked at an article.
C. First or primary.
25. Denotation(noun)- the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests.
B. Beyond their immediate denotation, the words have a connotative power
C. Second or secondary.