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"TAKS Math Voc Basic

Texas Test Math Vocabulary - Basic Math Terms

sum the result of addition
difference the result of subtraction
product the result of multiplication
quotient the result of division
divisor in division, the number that does the dividing, aka denominator
dividend in division, the number that is divided, aka numerator
remainder in division, the amount left over from the dividing process
fraction a number that acts the same as division; numerator on the top, denominator on the bottom
constant a number that does not change its value
variable a letter that represents a possible variety of values
coefficient the number/value connected to the front of a variable
like terms grouping constants and variables by similar categories
real numbers all the numbers that exist
natural/counting numbers whole numbers 1, 2, 3, ...
whole numbers whole numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, ...
integers positive/negative whole numbers ... -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...
rational numbers all numbers, fractions, decimals EXCEPT irrational numbers
irrational numbers numbers whose values never end, like Pi, square root of 2, Golden Ratio
sets a collection of values, surrounded by {brackets}
intersection of sets the values that two or more sets have in common
union of sets the combination of the values of two or more sets
elements of sets the individual values that are a part of a set
subset of sets a group of values that are a part of a larger set
PEMDAS method used to calculate math expressions: Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiply/Divide, Add/Subtract
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