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Math Vocab

Prime Number a natural number greater than 1 that is only divisible by itself and 1
Prime Factorization the expression of a composite number as the product of prime 2(3 squared)
GCF the greatest common integer that is a factor of two or more integers
Conjugate difference of squares binomial
Perfect Square an expression like (x+1) **Squared**, x**squared** or (5x-3) **squared**
Quadratic Equation a polynomial equation whose term of highest degree is quadratic
Standard Form of a Linear Equation ax+by = c, where a,b & c are integers and a & b are not both zero
linear equation a polynomial equation of degree zero
greatest common monomial factor the GCF of the terms of the polynomial
double root a solution of an equation that occurs more than once
cubic equation a polynomial equation with a term degree 3 as its term of highest degree
zero product property for all real numbers a & b, ab=0 & if only a = 0 or b = 0
difference of 2 squares x **squared** -9, each term is a perfect square, always factors to conjugates, connected by a minus sign
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