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Bits II Vocab Review

After Inves. #4-Review key vocabulary

What is a reciprocal? The second fraction when flipped in a division problem.
What are whole numbers? Numbers that have no fractions or decimals.
What is an integer? A positive or negative number but no fractions or decimals.
What is a negative number? A number smaller than 0.
What is a positive number? A number larger than 0.
What is an inequality? An algebra equation that uses < or > symbol and has more than 1 answer.
What does "out of" mean? It means that a fraction bar is required to answer the problem.
What kind of problem does "each" represent? Division
What kind of problem does "per" represent? Division
What is the rule that is followed when writing a division of fraction problem? Have # divided by Share # =
What is a variable? The variable is an alphabet letter in an algebra problem that represents a number.
What do I always need to do with an improper fraction in a math problem? Keep it improper because "they are our friends"!
What kinds of problems require common denominators? + and - fractions ONLY!
What fraction does 0.666666 represent? 2/3
What fraction does 0.33333 represent? 1/3
What fraction does 0.75 represent? 3/4
What fraction does 0.25 represent? 1/4
What fraction does 0.50 represent? 1/2
Created by: michelletruitt