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Fraction A number written with the bottom part telling you how many parts the whole is divided into, and the top part telling how many you have.
Unit Fraction A fraction where the top number is 1.
Equivalent Having the same value.
Operations A mathematical process. The most common are add, subtract, multiply, and divide.
Mixed Number A whole number and a fraction combined to make one number.
Denominator The bottom number in a fraction. Shows how many equal parts the item is divided into or how many are in a group.
Numerator The top number in a fraction. Shows how many parts of a whole that you have.
Multiple A number that is the product of the given number and an integer.
Decompose The process of separating numbers by their places.
Addition Finding the tota or sum by combining two or more numbers.
Subtraction The process of finding how many are left when some are taken away.
Reason To make sense of something. To verify facts.
Created by: Jessica Marie 13