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GT Unit 2 Vocab

Unit 2 Vocab Quiz Study Help

The number that is raised to a power. Base
The number in division that is being divided. Dividend
In division, the number that divides another number. Divisor
A way of writing a number as the sum of the values of each digit. Expanded Notation
A small raised number used to tell how many times the base is used as a factor. Exponent
A way to show repeated multiplication by the same number. Exponential Notation
Whenever two or more numbers are multiplied to give a product, each of the numbers being multiplied are these. Factor
Using this, the decimal moves to the left. Negative Power of 10
A way of writing a number using a combination of numbers and words. Number-and-Word Notation
Using this, the decimal moves to the right. Positive Power of 10
The answer in a division problem. Quotient
A system for writing numbers in which a number is written as he product of a power of 10 and a number that is at least less than 10. Scientific Notation
The most familiar way of representing whole numbers, integers, and decimals. Numbers are written using the Base-ten place value system. Standard Notation
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