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Mt 5 Voc L11 - L20

Mt 5 Voc Lesson 11- Lesson 20, Inv 1 and Inv 2

formula an expression that describes a method for solving a certain type of problem
line does not end
segment part of a line with two endpoints
ray part of a line with one endpoint
oblique slanted
number line shows numbers at a certain distance from zwero
negative numbers numbers to the left of zero
integers include all the counting numbers, the negatives of all the counting numbers, and zero
array a rectangular arrangement of numbers or symbols
Commutative Property of Multiplication changing the order of factors does not change the product
multiple a product of a given number and a counting number
factors numbers that are multipled together
product the answer to a multiplication problem
Zero Property for Multiplication When you multiply by zero the product is zero
Identity Property of Multiplication One times any number is that number
division searching for a missing factor
quotient answer to a division problem
dividend the number being divided
denominator of fraction shows the number of equal parts in a whole
numerator of fraction shows how many of the equal parts of the whole are counted
Created by: opfer