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counting #s 1,2,3...ect
whole #s 0,1,2,3...ect
Intergers ect...-2,-1,0,1,2...ect
rational #s any term which can be expresses as a numerator over a denominator
Irrational #s any term that cannot be written as a numerator over a denominator
order of operations ( ), exponents, X or / left to right, + or - left to right
Commutative property order makes nodifference
Associative grouping using minimum of 3 terms for + or x
Distributive multiply the term DIRECTLY outside
Reciprocal any term times its reciprocal is 1
Identity of addition any number plus 0+itself
Identity of multiplication any # times 1=itself
Opposite any term plus its opposite is 0
addition if the signs are the same add and give the awnser in the same sign. if the terms are different subtract and give the awnser of the larger#
subtraction add the opposite of the 2nd term
multiplication/division both terms have same sign = posotive if terms have different signs = negative
Absolute value the distance between a # and 0
variable is used to represent an unknown #
opposite if the # is possotive than the negative version of it and if the # is negative then the posotive version of it. Ex -1=1 2=-2
solution the awnser
equation a mathmatical problem
absolute value how far away from 0 the # is
Reciprocal the opposite of a # for example 2/1=1/2
like terms same base same exponent
Created by: mpk