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Math Vocabulary

All Of 7th Grade Math Vocabulary

numerator the top of the fraction and it describes "the part" out of the whole
denominator the bottom part of a fraction and it tells us how many equal parts that whole is cut into
absolute value how far away a number is from zero
integers a positive or a negative whole number
opposites numbers that are each the same distance away from zero
ratio a part to part rate between two numbers
rate a ratio between two measurements with different units
unit rate the amount per one
unit price the cost per object
reciprocal switching the numerator and the denomenator when dividing fractions
variable alphabetic character representing a number
proportion equation stating that two ratios are equal
equation an expression
tax percentage added to the buyers cost
commission earnings based on a percentage of the total amount of sales
percent per 100
principal the amount of money borrowed or invested
balance when both sides have the same quantity or mass
simple interest paid only the original principal
compound interest
Created by: oliviawarner71