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math quick quiz 1

studying for

decimal system regular numbers
measure measuring something-ayana spend 5$ on lunch yesterday
comparisons comparing two numbers-the lug nuts scored two times as many runs as the cougars
locations duh! the school is at 55 maple street
scores miranda scored 95 on the last test and you will too if u study enough
decimal notation regular numbers
ordinal numbers numbers that put stuff in order
whole numbers numbers that are whole, with no fractions or decimals after them
counting unit Counting units are the system of measurement used to count or define the number of objects
integer A whole number; a number that is not a fraction
inequality symbols alligator thingys
double inequality when two alligator things are used in the same sentence
rate a ratio that often uses the word per
rate unit the label
rational number a number that can be written as a fraction with integers in its numerator and denominator the denominator cannot be zero
numerical expression a problem
value the answer
evaluating the expression finding the answer
mean average
radical sign symbol for square root
scientific notation powers of ten
Created by: smithm14