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# 5th Math BAV

### Math Vocabulary

Term | Definition |
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balance | to compare the entries in a check register to the bank's records of the deposits and withdrawals and to fix any errors found |

base | a number that has an exponent |

composite | a number that has more than two factors |

deposit | money added to a bank account |

distributive property | the property that states multiplying one factor by the addends of another factor is equal to multiplying the two factors |

fair number cube | a cube that has an equal amount of each number on its faces, such as dice |

greatest common factor (GCF) | the largest factor that two or more numbers have in common |

improper fractions | fractions in which the numerator is larger than the denominator |

least common denominator (LCD) | a number that is the smallest multiple of two or more denominators |

least common multiple (LCM) | a number that is the smallest multiple of two or more numbers |

mean | the number found by adding two or more numbers and dividing the sum by the total number of addends; also called the average |

milli- | metric prefix meaning one thousandth |

centi- | metric prefix meaning one hundredth |

kilo- | metric prefix meaning one thousand |

mixed number | a number that includes a whole number and a proper fraction |

percent | the number of parts out of 100 |

plane | a flat surface that extends in all directions without end |

prime | a number whose only factors are one and itself |

proper fraction | a fraction that has a numerator less than its denominator |

range | the difference between the largest number and the smallest number in a data set |

ray | a set of points that starts at an endpoint and continues infinitely in one direction along a straight path |

straight angle | an angle that is 180 degrees |

thousandths | one part of one whole divided into one thousand parts; the third place value after the decimal |

Venn diagram | a diagram that uses circles or other shapes to compare different sets and to show how the sets overlap |

withdraw | money subtracted from a bank account |

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