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Division 12-7

the process of deciding how many times one number or quantity is contained in another division
number used to divide another divisor
the answer to a division problem quotient
a number that is to be divided by a divisor dividend
a straight line on which there is a one-to-one distance between points on the line and the set of real numbers number line
A sentence that includes numbers, operation symbols, and a greater than or less than symbol or an equal sign number sentence
A group of four number sentences containing the same three numbers in differing orders. Shows the relationships between opposite addition/subtraction facts and multiplication/division facts fact family
to keep apart or divide, as by an intervening barrier or space separate
the symbol (÷) or (/) placed between two expressions and denoting division of the first by the second division sign
the border or outer boundary of a two-dimensional figure perimeter
Created by: allus123