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math vocabulary 2

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Eqviualent decimals decimals that name the same amount
Compatible Numbers numbers close in value that you multiply or divid
Idenity Propity -Add- a number added to a is a
Idenity Propity -multi- the propity of any number a. is a.
Associative Propity -add- change the numbers in order dose not change the sum
Associative propity -multi- swicthing factor dose not change product
communitive propity -add- changing the # of addens dose not change the sum
communitive propity -multi- changing order of the factors dont change the product
zero propity the product of zero and any number is zero
Treminating decimal a terminating decimal is a decimal that stops
repeating decimal a repeating decimal is a decimal that repeats any number or decimal
distributive propity if a,b,c are any numbers than a(b+c)= ab+ac and a(b-c)= ab-ac
scale factor The number that you multiply with to enlarge or shrink an original figure
Created by: mdalpe