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GL mid term

Numbers that have more than two factors Composite Number
The product of two numbers. Referred to as skip counting Multiple
Numbers that have only two factors, one and itself. Prime Number
The answer to a multiplication problem Product
The answer to a division problem Quotient
Multiplying a base number by itself three times Cubed
The number in a power that tells you how many time to multiply the base number by itself Exponent
Positive and negative numbers Integer
When you multiply a number by itself Squared
A mathematical sentence with an equal sign Equation
A letter than takes the place of an unknown value in a mathematical sentence Variable
A line that runs left and right. It makes the x axis on a coordinate grid Horizontal Line
A line that runs up and down. It makes the y axis on a coordinate grid Vertical Line
To reduce a fraction to simplest terms or to change an improper fraction to a mixed number Simplify
A number that is multiplied by another number to create a product. Factor
Created by: cwagar