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Mannix Math Set 1

quotient the result of division
sum the result of addition
product the result of multiplication
difference the result of subtraction
power an expression having a base and an exponent
order of operations parenthesis
base a number you are multiplying
distributive property a x (b + c) = (a x b) + (a x c) multiplication is distributed over addition
associative property the way the numbers are paired (or grouped) does not change their sum or product REGROUP
multiplication property of zero the product of any number and 0 is 0
multiplicative identity the product of any number and 1 is that number
communtative property changing the order of the numbers does not change their sum or product SWITCH THE ORDER
additive identity when zero is added/subtracted from any number
additive inverse opposite of a number
absolute value the distance from 0 on a number line
exponent the number of times you use the base as a factor
factor a number or symbol that when multiplied with another forms a product
adding integers SAME SIGNS- add the numbers and keep the sign DIFFERENT SIGNS- subtract and keep the sign of the larger number
subtracting integers leave
double negative rule whenever you see 2 negatives make it positive
multiplication/ division of integers SAME SIGN-answer is always positive DIFFERENT SIGNS- answer is always negative
variable a letter used to represent a number
algebraic expression a combination of variables
Created by: smannix