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# Math Exam

Fundamental Therom of Arithmetic Any number that can be split into equal groups
Relatively Prime A number that is partly prime
Expotential Notation of a Number A number that you split up useing words
Factor A number that other numbers go into
Multipule A number that goes into other numbers
Numerator The top number in a fraction
Denominator The bottom number in a fraction
Mixed Number A regular number mixed with a fraction
Improper Fraction A fraction that has a bigger number on the top and a smaller number on the bottom of the fraction
Variable A letter in the equation
Coefficent The number in the equation
Distributive Property States that the product of a number and a sum is equal to the sum of individual products of the addends and the number
Variable Expression A combanation of numbers, operations, and variables
Verbal Expression A math question
Constant An expression or equation has a fixed value and does not contain Variables
Prime a number that has 2 factors one and its self
Composite a number that has more than two factors
GCF The largest factor to get
LCM The smallest factor to get
Communitave Property of Addition The order does not matter
Comunitave property of Multiplication The order does not matter
Associtave Property of Addition groupings does not matter it is the same sum
Associtave Property of Multiplication groupings does not matter it is the same product
Additve Identity You add the number to zero so that the original number does not change
Multiplicitave Identity You multiply the number to one so that the original number dos not chance
Additive Inverse The opposite of a number
Multiplicative Property of Zero The two sides of an equasion remain equal if they are multiplyed by the same number
Like Terms Terms that can be combined
Integers Positive and Negative
Whole Numbers Numbers that do not have any fractions in them
Counting Numbers Numbers that you started counting with 1,2,3,4,5
Rational Numbers Any number that can be made by dividing one interger by another
Absolute value Te distance of a number from zero
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