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Math vocab,

My Vocab for math

The largest factor that two or more numbers share. Greatest Common Factor
The smallest multiple (except 0) that two numbers have in common. Least Common Multiple
The product of a given whole number and integer. Multiple
A number that is the result of division. Quotient
Two numbers whose product is 1. The _________________ of a fraction can be found by inverting that fraction (switching the denominator and numerator). The Reciprocal
The number you get by adding two or more numbers together. Sum
A number that is the result of multiplication. Product
A step-by-step solution to the problem. Algorithm
The amount left after one number is subtracted by another number. Difference
A number that is divided by another number. Dividend
A number by which another number is to be divided. Divisor
A fraction or ratio in which the denominator is 100. A number compared to 100 Percent
An equation that states two ratios are equal. Proportion
A comparison of two quantities that have different units of measure. Ratio
Compares quantities that share a fixed, multiplicative relationship. Unit Rate
Ratios written as some number to 1. Irrational Numbers (Sorry if this is wrong has been forever since I have done this unit, if wrong will fix it :D)
Created by: TheDarkOne2343