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2nd, 3rd, 6th Unit 2

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A set step-by-step instructions for solving a problem. The most common are those for basic arithmetic. Algorithm
The result of subtracting one number from another. Difference
An answer close to, or approximating an exact answer. Estimate
A way of writing a number as the sum of the values of each digit. Expanded Notation
A number sentence that is not true. False Number Sentence
The largest number in a set of data. Maximum
The sum of a set of numbers divided by the number of addends. Also called the average. Mean
The middle value in a set of data when data is listed in order from least to greatest. If there are two middle numbers, add them up and divide by 2. Median
The smallest number in a set of data. Minimum
In a set of data, it is the number that occurs the most. Mode
Two expressions with a relation symbol. For example: 4+4=8 Number Sentence
A number sentence with one or more variables or missing values. Open Number Sentence
A symbol used in expressions and number sentences to strand for a particular math operation. (+, -, x, /, *) Operation Symbol
A system that gives a digit a value according to its position, or place, in a number. Place Value
The difference between the maximum and minimum. Range
A symbol used to express a relationship between two quantities. (<, >, =) Relation Symbol
A value or values for the variables in an open sentence that makes the sentence true. Solution
A number sentence stating a correct fact. True Number Sentence
A letter or other symbol that represents a number. Variable
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