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Variables & Integers

TermDefinition
Variable A letter that is used to represent a number. Example: a,x,y,q.
Variable Expression A math problem with numbers, variables and operation signs. Example 2C+11B
Numerical Expression A math problem with numbers, and operation signs. Example: 2(34+11)^2
Substituting Replace each variable with numbers.
Evaluate Solve, find an answer that is a number
Power The result answer of multiplying the same factor repeatedly.
Base The only number being multiplied. (The big #)
Exponent The little number. Tells us how many times to multiply the base.
Formula Describes a relationship between amounts.
Sum Add
Product Multiply
Quotient Divide
Difference Subtract
Less than Subtract, Change the order
Subtracted from Subtract, Change the order
Divided into Divide, Change the order
Variable A letter that is used to represent a number. Example: a,x,y,q.
Variable Expression A math problem with numbers, variables and operation signs. Example 2C+11B
Numerical Expression A math problem with numbers, and operation signs. Example: 2(34+11)^2
Substituting Replace each variable with numbers.
Evaluate Solve, find an answer that is a number
Power The result answer of multiplying the same factor repeatedly.
Base The only number being multiplied. (The big #)
Exponent The little number. Tells us how many times to multiply the base.
Formula Describes a relationship between amounts.
Sum Add
Product Multiply
Quotient Divide
Difference Subtract
Less than Subtract, Change the order
Subtracted from Subtract, Change the order
Divided into Divide, Change the order
Created by: AshleyStoltzfus on 2013-09-06



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