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# 5th Grade- 1st list

### First semester words

Question | Answer |
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The value given to the space a digit holds because of its place in the number. | Place Value |

Part of a whole that is based on the powers of 10. | Decimal |

The place value spots that represent less than a whole. | tenths, hundredths, thousandths |

A number without a fraction or decimal point | whole number |

When a number has more value than another number. | Greater than |

When a number has less value than another number. | Less Than |

Numbers broken up by their individual place value. | Expanded Form |

Numbers written in regular number form. | Standard Form |

The answer to an addition problem. | sum |

The answer to a multiplication problem | product |

The answer to a subtraction problem. | difference |

The answer to a division problem. | quotient |

When a rounded answer is given; not an exact answer. | estimate |

The smaller number that tells how many times you multiply that number by itself. | exponent |

The number you divide into another number. | divisor |

The numbers that you multiply together to get a product. | factor |

What is left over after you divide. | remainder |

Numbers that you skip count by; or the answers to your multiplication facts. | multiple |

The number inside the division "house". | dividend |

Fractions that we are very familiar with that help us understand where other fractions go on a number line. | benchmark fraction |

The location of points on a coordinate plane. | ordered pair |

two fractions that may look different, but they have the same value. | equivalent fraction |

a fraction that is greater than one whole. | improper fraction |

a whole number and a fraction written together. Their value is greater than one whole. | mixed number |

the number of pieces in a fraction that are different. | numerator |

the number of pieces in your whole. | denominator |

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