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MathChp 1 Test - Voc

Vocab for the Chapter 1 Math Test

a mathematical language that uses letters along with numbers algebra
a combination of variables, numbers, and at least one operation algebraic expression
the number of square units needed to cover a surface area
the factor being repeated in a power base
a number greater than 1 with more than two factors composite number
means “to the third power” cubed
a mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign (=) equation
find the value of an expression evaluate
the number of times the base is used as a factor exponent
a set of numbers and operations w/out an equal sign numerical expression
what each number is called when two whole numbers are multiplied together and a product is formed factor
a relationship that assigns one output value to one input value function
an equation that shows a relationship among certain quantities formula
Tells which operation to do first when more than one is used Order of Operations
Parentheses, Exponents, multiplication or division left to right, addition or subtraction left to right PEMDAS
a number that can be written using an exponent power
when a composite number is expressed as a product of prime numbers prime factorization
a whole number that has exactly two unique factors; 1 and the number itself prime number
the result of multiplying two or more numbers product
the replacement that makes the equation true solution
when you replace the variable w/ a value that makes an equation true solve
means “to the second power” squared
a letter used to represent a number variable
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