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Unit 6 Expressions

Exponents, Order of Operations, Prime Factorization, Properties

TermDefinition
Algebraic Expression/Equation an expression/equation including variables
Associative Property the grouping of numbers does not affect the value
Base (for an exponent) the number that is being multiplied
Bracket grouping symbol like parenthesis
Coefficient the number that is being multiplied by a variable
Commutative Property the order of two numbers does not affect the value
Composite Number a number that has more than two factors
Constant a number that's value does not change
Cubed any number raised to the third power
Distributive Property to distribute a number outside of parenthesis to each number on the inside of the parenthesis using multiplication
Equation a number sentence that shows two expressions are equivalent
Exponent the number that tells you how many times to repeat the multiplication of the base number
Expression a number sentence
Factor a number that is multiplied by another number to get a product
Identity Property combine a number with another number without changing the original number
Inverse Property a number added to another number to equal zero
Inverse Property a number multiplied by another number to equal one (reciprocal)
PEMDAS the order in which you complete a multiple step problem
Power repeated multiplication; the number grows exponentially
Prime Number the only factors of the number are 1 and itself
Squared any number raised to the second power
Term a number in an expression
Variable a letter or symbol in an algebraic expression; the value can change
Created by: Kasey Crawford Kasey Crawford