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mathe vocab cards

my vocab for my math class

additive identity property add 0 and the # stays the same
mult inverse property reciprocal (always equals one)
difference subtract
sum add
base # that is mult by itself
commutative property change order
additive inverse property add opposite
zero property any # times 0 = 0
distributive property mult to get rid of parentheses
expression has no equal or inequality sign
proportion comarison of 2 = ratios
percent part/whole =%/100
variable a letter = a #
ratio comparison of two #
co-efficient # in front of a variable
literal equations equation having many variables
percent change big-small/orignal=%/100
absolute value distance from zero on a graph
irrational #'s never end and never repeat
product multiply
whole #'s positive integer and 0
quotient divide
Rational #'s that end or repeat
term #'s and/or valiable joined by mult and/or division
decay y= orig amt (1-r) to the power of t
growth y= orig amt (ttr) to the power of t
Created by: schultzy415