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Factors, frac. exp.

terms containing factors, fractions and exponents

Divisibility when an integer can divide evenly into another with no remainder
factor An integer that divides into another integer exactly is called this
exponents shows repeated multiplication
power has two parts, a base and an exponent.
base the number being multiplied.
prime number an integer greater than 1 with only 2 factors, 1 and itself.
composite number an integer greater than 1 with more than 2 factors.
greatest common factor (GCF) the biggest number 2 or more integers have in common
prime factorization breaking down a composite number all the way to its prime factors
equivalent fractions fractions that are of equal value
simplest form when the numerator and denominator have no other factors in common other than 1.
rational number any number you can write as a quotient of 2 integers.
scientific notation a convenient way to write large numbers using powers of 10.
Created by: auriel