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RBMS Integers


a number or its opposite integers
the distance from zero on a number line; symbolically | x | absolute value
the number used as the repeated factor in the multiplication problem base (of a power)
a pair of numbers used to locate a point on a coordinate plane (x, y) coordinate
when a factor or base is multiplied by itself three times cubed
in a power, the number of times the base is used as a factor exponent
the point (0, 0) in a coordinate plane where the x-axis and the y- axis intersect origin
the product of two identical whole numbers; its square root is a whole number perfect square
one of the four parts that make up the coordinate system quadrants
one of the two equal factors of a number. “What number multiplied by itself gives me this number?” square root
when a number is multiplied by itself square (d)
the horizontal number line of a coordinate plane x-axis
the vertical number line of a coordinate plane y-axis
the result when one positive is paired with one negative zero pair
Created by: coolmathkam