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5th Grade- 1st list

First semester words

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
Created by: chunter08