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Saxon C.2 L.1 Voc.

Math terms for Lesson 1

The numbers used to count; the members of the set {1,2,3,4...} Also called natural numbers. counting numbers
The result of subtraction. difference
A number from which another number is subtracted. minuend
The result of addition. sum
The members of the set {0,1,2,3,4,..} whole numbers
A number that is subtracted. subtrahend
The result of multiplication. product
One or two numbers that are multiplied. factor
One or two or more numbers that are added to find a sum. addend
The symbol in a decimal number used as a reference point for place value. decimal point
Addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division are the four fundamental______ operations of arithmetic
The result of division. quotient
A number that is divided. dividend
A number by which another number is divided. divisor
A letter used to represent an unknown in an equation or expression. ( x + 30 = 99 ) variable
To find the value of an expression. evaluate
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