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6th math vocab

6th math vocabulary

digit an individual number
Place Value shows the amount a digit is worth and its position
Sum answer to addition problem
Difference answer to a subtraction problem
Product answer to a multiplication problem
Quotient answer to division problem
factors the numbers in a multiplication problem
decimal places these are located to the right of the decimal
Multiples are the answers when you multiply by a whole number. (2,4,6,8) (3,6,9,12) (20,40,60,80) counting by that number
Prime Number a number with only 2 factors (2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19...)
Composite Number a number with more than two factors
Infinite without end, goes on forever
Divisible able to be divided with out a remainder, goes into evenly
Fraction part of a whole number
LCM Least Common Multiple, the smallest number that both numbers will divide into without remainders
GCF Greatest common factor, the largest factor of two numbers
numerator the number above the fraction bar, the number of parts being used
denominator the number below the fraction bar, the number of parts in the whole
Cross product the answer you get when you multiply the numerator of one fraction by the denominator or the other.
Lowest Terms/Simplest form when the two numbers in a fraction have only the factor 1 in common.
Mixed Number A fraction made up of a whole number and a fraction
Improper fraction A fraction where the numerator is bigger than the denominator
part the numerator in a fraction
whole the denominator in a fraction
cross products the answer you get when you multiply the denominator of one fraction with the numerator of another fraction
Created by: bethv77