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4th grade M3 Numbers

4th Grade Numbers and Operations Vocab

Array a rectangular arrangement of elements, such as squares or dots, organized in rows and columns
Associative Property of Multiplication this property states that the product of a set of numbers is the same no matter how the numbers are grouped. Parentheses typically indicate the groups. For example: 2x(3x4)=(2x3)x4
Attributes characteristics or properties of members of a set
Basic Multiplication Facts all multiplication combinations of any two factors 0 through 9
Common Factor a counting number that is a factor of two or more numbers
Common Multiple a counting number that is a multiple of two or more numbers
Commutative Property of Multiplication the order in which the numbers are multiplied does not change the product. For example: 6x7=7x6
Prime Number a counting number that has exactly two unique factors, 1 and the number itself
Product the answer to a multiplication problem
Quotient the answer to a division problem
Remainder the quantity that is left over when the quotient is not a whole-number result
Square Number a number that is equal to a counting number times itself. It can be represented by dots forming a square.
Venn Diagram a pictorial method of representing relationships between sets, where circular areas represent groups of items with common properties.
Created by: teckychick