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Review Words

Review of the 5th grade review words

composite number a number greater than one that has more than two factors
denominator the number below the bar in a fraction; the part of the fraction that tells how many parts are in the whole
difference the solution to a subtraction problem
fraction a number that represents part of a whole or part of a set
horizontal a line that runs left to right/side to side
median the middle number when the data is arranged in numerical order
mode the number most repeated in the set of data
multiple the product of the whole number and any whole number
numerator the number above the bar in a fraction; the part of the fraction that tells how many of the equal parts are being used
prime number a whole number that has exactly two unique factors; 1 and the number itself
product the solution to a multiplication problem
quotient the solution to a division problem
range the difference between the greatest and least pieces of data
reasonableness showing reason or sound judgment; a sensible choice
sum the solution to an addition problem
Venn Diagram overlapping circles used to organize data into categories where some information may overlap
vertical a line that runs up and down
Created by: laura.bearden