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Algerbra 1

I'm in eight doing ninth grade math,Eeek

Commonfactor A number,polynomial,or quanity that evenly divides into two or more numbers or algerbraic expressions.
Degree of a monomial The sum of the exponets on the variables contained in a term.
Degree of a polynomial The largest degree among all its terms.
Factor(verb) To express as a product of two or more factors.
Factor(noun) A number or expression that is multiplied by another to yield a product.
Greatest Common Factor The greatest number or expression that is a factor of two or more numbers or expressions.
Lowest Terms The form of a fraction in which the numerator and denominator have no common factor except 1.
Prime Number A number greater than 1 that has exactly two different factors,1 and itself.
Quadratic Equation A polynomial equation of degrees,its general form is ax squared plus bx plus c equals o where x is the variable and a,b,and c are constants
Quadratic of the second degree
Created by: heybrittany!