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Math terms

Math words

rate A ratio that compares the quanities measured in different units.
unit rates Comparison of two measurements and one of the terms has a vaule of one.
proportions compartive relations between magnitudes like size, number, quantity ratio
percents A number out of 100.
tax extra charge of an item.
gratuities Given without claim or demand.
commission Committing or giving in charge.
percent decrease Percent gets lower.
percent increase Percent gets higher.
markup A price incresed.
markdown A price reduced.
simple interest The interest added to the amount.
percent error An error with the percent
scale drawing Drawing that the dimensions are a specific ratio relative to the actual size of object.
scale factor Number used as multiplier in the purpose of scaling.
similar firgures Objects that look alike.
proportional relationship When both numbers in a math problem are alike.
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